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Vegan Crepes

What you need: 

3 teaspoons Ener-G egg replacer + 4 tablespoons water
1 cup unbleached flour
1 1/2 cups nondairy milk
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
dash vanilla
nonstick spray

What you do: 

1. Mix egg replacer and water. Pour flour in a large bowl. Mix with egg replacer.
2. Mix in milk, and whisk until lumps are gone. Add vegetable oil and vanilla. (Next step takes some practice, but then it will be awesome)
3. Spray pan with some non-stick type spray, heat at medium to low. Ladle batter into pan. Let it cook for about 2 minutes, then with two hands shake it a little so it comes loose, and flip it. Cook the other side for another minute or two, and serve.

Preparation Time: 
5-15 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
4
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

My husband has always made us crepes, until we turned Vegan. I was very excited when he said that he would try and make this recipe, and it went without a hitch. He was very happy with how easy it was, and how the crepes turned out the way that crepes are supposed to be. This recipe is fantastic, and my baby girl asked for more....and more .....and more. Thanks for sharing!!!!! 

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I really liked this! What I did instead was use 1/2 gf flour with 1/2 gf corn flour (because I'm low on the gf flour so I used the cheaper corn flour too). I used vanilla coconut milk from So Delicious and instead of using egg replacer, I used flax but made it the same as though I was using egg replacer. Very good, thanks for sharing  :)>>>

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i was searching for a recipe for vegan crepes and came across this one.  It was incredibly easy to make.  I will say that my crepes came out too thick, more like thin pancakes, but practice makes perfect and with time i have little doubt i can learn to thin them out.

awesome recipe - thank you!!!

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These are so simple and delicious! I made them with whole wheat pastry flour and filled them with bananas.  THey taste better than the real ones!

Thanks!

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Wonderful recipe!  I add a couple tablespoons of organic sugar to the batter and we enjoy these rolled up with Earth Balance butter, powdered sugar, and berries for breakfast.  Delish!  Thank you for the recipe!  :)>>>

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These were delicious! A bit stiffer and thicker than "real" crepes but definitely did the job and tasted great :D Will make again for sure.

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wow. deeeelish! this was easier to make than most non-vegan recipes i remember. by the third crepe, they were turning out wonderful! thanks for sharing  ;)b

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I failed!  I followed the recipe except I had to use whole wheat pastry flour (all I had).  The crepes would not set, they were soggy, fell apart and tasted terrible.  Did anyone make this successfully with pastry flour?  I can usually sub WW pastry flour without a problem but this was a disaster and I had to throw everything away  :'(  Help!

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I make this all the time and it's always a hit. Sometimes I'm multi-tasking up some homefries and I totally forget to put in the egg replacer, and you know what--still works! Remind me to focus when I'm cooking the best vegan crepes EVER! I mean yummy.

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i replaced the ener- egg replacer with flax seed and they came out worse. it took 10 minutes to cook just one. so i think i might just make the regular ones and maybe every once in a while use cage free eggs. my mom told me not to punish myself if i have egg or dairy porduct everyonce in a while.even though thiss makes me mad. i want to find a good vegan crepe recipe! :'( >:(

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