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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Banana Fluffernutter Crepes

Whether for a weekend brunch or a weeknight dinner, these Banana Fluffernutter Crepes are delicious and easy!

Banana Fluffernutter Crepes - whether for a weekend brunch or a weeknight dinner, these crepes are delicious and easy! #crepes
Confession ... I never had crepes as a child. Seriously. Apparently, I had a very deprived childhood. I was in my 30's (*GASP*) before I had my first bite of a crepe!! As a matter of fact .... These Crepes with Walnut Cream and Caramel Sauce from my bloggy friend, Linda - made me realize just how deprived I was! It has only been in the last year that I have tried them - and I still can't figure out why I never had them before?! They're so easy to make - they're pretty cheap - and you can literally fill them with almost anything - sweet or savory!! 

One of our favorite varieties of fillings for crepes is actually a spin off of a favorite sandwich - the fluffernutter. Super delish! 

Surprise your family with a fun weekend brunch - or have something a little bit different for dinner one night! These Banana Fluffernutter Crepes are sure to be a hit!

Banana Fluffernutter Crepes
Printable recipe
Yield: 6-8 servings

For the crepes:
1½ cups milk
4 eggs
1 cup all-purpose flour
1½ tsp. sugar
Pinch of salt
8 tsp. butter

For the filling:

Creamy peanut butter
Marshmallow creme
Sliced bananas

For the garnish:
Chocolate sauce
Sweetened Whipped Cream (click the link to see my simple homemade recipe!!)
Additional banana slices

In a small bowl, whisk the milk and eggs. In a separate bowl, combine the flour, sugar and salt. Add the flour mixture to the milk mixture and mix well. Cover and refrigerate for one hour.

In an 8-in. nonstick skillet, melt 1 tsp. butter over medium heat. Pour 2-3 tbsp. of the batter into the center of the pan. Lift and tilt the pan to coat the bottom evenly with the batter. Cook until the top appears dry, carefully turn with a spatula and cook an additional 15-20 seconds longer. Remove the crepe to a wire rack. Repeat the process with the remaining batter, adding butter to the skillet as needed. 

To serve: Top each crepe with peanut butter, marshmallow creme and sliced bananas. Roll up and carefully place on a plate. Drizzle with chocolate sauce. Add a dollop of sweetened whipped cream. Top the sweetened whipped cream, then with an additional banana slice, if desired.

To store crepes: Once the crepes have cooled, stack crepes with waxed paper or paper towels between them. Refrigerate and use within 2-3 days. Fill with desired filling.

Banana Fluffernutter Crepes - whether for a weekend brunch or a weeknight dinner, these crepes are delicious and easy! #crepes

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  1. I guess it's a good thing there's not a plate of those sitting here in front of me right now! What a combination. And that pineapple orange? Great combo!

  2. Sounds yummy, wish I had one of your crepes.

  3. Oh my goodness the kids would love these!

  4. Oh my goodness sweet yumminess. Thank you for linking and sharing your sweet blog at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop ♥

  5. I never had crepes as a child too, and although I've been thinking of making crepes I haven't actually made them. So thank you so much for this recipe! Definitely trying this! :)

  6. Wow, I know a few kids at my house that would devour these! Pinning Jamie :)

  7. What a flashback. I remember bananas and fluffernutter. Thanks for sharing the upscale version with us on Foodie Friday.

  8. Huh, I thought I already commented...but I'm in love! I didn't like crepes as a kid, but now as an adult I love them. This is a combination I'll have to try! Thanks for sharing it on Foodie Friday

  9. I absolutely love crepes! I never had them ever before I married my husband. :-) He couldn't believe it. I can't wait to try them this way. Thanks so much for sharing at The Mommy Club Link Up

  10. Mmmmmm these look amazing! I would love for you to share this at my T.G.I.F. Linky Party :) @

  11. Jamie, these look seriously awesome and I LOVE crepes! Thank you so much for sharing at Best of the Weekend - pinning! Hope you are having a happy Monday!

  12. Congratulations...this post is featured on Create It Thursday #47! Thanks for sharing such a great idea with us last week!

  13. What a great dessert.Thanks for linking to Sweet and Savoury Sunday! Stop by and link up again this weekend!

  14. I made crepes for the first time not that long ago. I thought they would be a hit since my son is such a pancake lover. He was not impressed! I however, prefer crepes to pancakes.

    Turning a fluffernutter into crepe filling is a clever idea. Breakfast or dessert!
    Thanks for sharing, Jamie!


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