Bruce was up early to shovel our driveway...something he loves. Seriously. He loves it.
This was out our front door at about 7 am.
I'm not sure if you can tell but there is a huge drift making our house look level with the ground.
It's at least two feet deep here.
The Mennonites in the area call them that. The rest of the world calls them Crepes.
No matter what you call them, it's a treat.
The brand is Berndes. (Cindy made crepes at the craft weekend and she used something like this.)
We sprinkle them with cinnamon and sugar.
He loves them, too.
What do you eat on them?
I have Nutella on the brain lately...doesn't that sound delish?
3 cups milk
1 tsp. salk
2 cups flour
Beat eggs well. Add milk and salt. Stir. Add flour.
Beat until smooth.
Pour batter in greased skillet or griddle about 1/8 inch thick.
Turn when set and lightly browned.
(I don't let mine get brown, I like them a little doughy.)
Rollup and serve with cinnamon. and sugar.
source: Ebenfeld Mennonite Brethren Church Cookbook, pg. 113
**They will keep in the fridge for days, if there are any left.