Crepe Batter

 Made Famous By:  The McMullin Family

My sister-in-law just posted the famous McMullin crepe recipe on her blog and it made me realize that I needed to re-post the recipe on my blog again because the picture I took way back when is an eye sore.  Let's just say that my photo is pretty sad.  Look here to experience the sadness for yourself.  Although my babies look awful sweet in the pic!!  Love those kiddos!

My feelings about the crepes have not changed.  My kids STILL ask for me to make them almost on a daily basis.  Sunday's happen to be the only day we don't have to be some where first thing in the morning, so that is usually when I make them.  I get so many gratitude hugs from my babies.  I am also crowned the best Mom in the whole wide world.  I love it!  I am also starting to teach them how to make crepes themselves so that when they are older they can make them for their spouse.  My boys wives will thank me.

The best thing about this recipe is how old it is.  It has been handed down for 4 generations.  Recipes like that are like gold to me.

McMullin Crepe Batter
1/2 C. Flour
1 C Milk
4 Eggs
3 TBS Real Butter
1/2 tsp Salt
1 TBS Sugar (only for dessert crepes)

ONE-Combine flour and milk in a bowl.  Mix until well combined.
TWO-Add the eggs and mix well.
THREE-Add melted butter and mix until well combined.
FOUR-Pour 1/4 of a cup in your favorite crepe pan.  Swirl the batter around until the bottom and let the batter cook until the edges are slightly brown.  Run a knife along the edge and let the crepe fall onto a plate.
**We like to eat them with a little butter and powdered sugar rolled up in the crepe, but they will work wonderfully with your favorite toppings!**


  1. OOOOOOOOOOOOh, I really like your picture! I'm taking it!!!!!!! ;)

  2. gorgeous pics!


  3. These loook super delicious, great job and thanks for sharing!



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