Crêpe - Whole wheat

>> Aug 4, 2012

Sometimes I think as a child we ate big portions of food. I guess that created a great immune system but i definitely eat less now. Plus in Cameroon, children are always on the move so we stay in shape regardless. Here, not so much. I remember days when the menu was crepes and we had like 5 each for breakfast or super, with milk. Now its like 2 and i'm done. This was the first time i'd actually made crepes myself.

These crepes were made with 100% whole wheat flour, and it tasted as good as regular flour. There goes my new life change.
- 2 eggs
- 2 teaspoons of butter
- 1 cup of whole wheat flour
- 2 pinches of salt
- 2 tablespoons of sugar
- Half a coup of evaporated milk
PS: Using a non stick pan, i didn't have to use oil; only made this healthier 

So here for you my lovers: crepes with a touch of Nutella and fresh cold lemon zest. :) Yum in my tum
#237Memory: This makes me think of my little (now grown) cousin Paola Penda. If it were her plate, let's say about 8 spoons of nutella. -_-.


Lohi's Creations Mentioned DMC - Merci Cheri!

Lohi's Creations is a blog owned by Ohita, a gorgeous creative lady. Her blog features Nigerian dishes presented impeccably and awesome photography. I used to visit her blog even before i became a blogger. She is one of the food blog pioneers, so it is an honor that she showed my blog recognition. This is just to say thank you and we are officially friends! :). Here is a link to  HER BLOG: Lohi's Creations: and to keep the networking going, i'll mention all the blogs that she mentioned. You guys should check all of them out (i currently am).

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Hey Guys! 
Typical Cameroonian Dishes here. I've had these pics for a while. They are plates from my sister's cuisine. Mama raised well. :). 
- For exclusive how-to pics, check the recipe page or the your kitchen page.
First Dish: Ripe plantains and coki (made out of coki beans and spinach, usually a different kind of leaf. i think leaves from coco-yam. i'm not very sure.. :P). I'll find out and post raw pics for reference during grocery shopping. 
#237memory {This is a typical Sunday Dish in Cameroon, i guess because it takes time to make and cook}

Second Dish: Ripe Plantains and Ndole i have countless posts on this dish and i think the recipe is up as well. 
#237memory {This is a friend of mine's best dish (Bryan), i remember every time i went to their house as a teen, they were having this for lunch. so it reminds me of them haha -_-}


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