French-style pancakes are commonly known as crepes. They are not so much different from American-style pancakes in terms of ingredients, yet their texture is much softer and tender. The reason for this is the absence of baking powder in crepes batter. This keeps the pancakes flat and light. They are also larger and thinner than American pancakes.
But the main difference hides in the density of the pancake batter. Crepe butter is much more liquid than American one. Check the exact ingredients for French-Style pancakes on the next page.
Crepes are usually served folded in quarters or rolled. They can be stuffed with whatever filling of your choice, from fresh fruit, to jams and melted chocolate. My favorite filling – Nutella 🙂
Visit the next page for Crepe ingredients and video directions.