Now, one thing I must say....this is a recipe you have to play around with. Reason being, it's all about the consistency. Can't be too thick like a pancake or too thin. It has to be just right and you'll know after a few trys. If it's too thick, can't roll them. If it's too thin, they rip apart when trying to flip them.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I did and my children do. Of course you can add your own ingredients that best suits you.
What you'll need:
Cast iron crepe pan
2 Cups All-purpose Flour
2 Tbl. Sugar
3/4 water (add more as needed)
1 tsp. vanilla extract
2 tsp. melted butter
Mix dry ingredients first. Make a well with dry ingredients. In a seperate bowl, mix wet ingredients. Combine wet into dry. Use a whisk to combine. Don't over mix. Add more water until it's a smooth consistency. Use a ladder to determine consistency by laddeling and dropping it back into bowl. Again, it shouldn't be too thick, more on the thinner side.
Heat up crepe pan. You don't have to add more butter because batter has it incorporated. Drop a ladle amount and quickly turn the pan with your wurst until entire pan has a thin layer. Cooks in 1 minute. Flip onto other side and only cook 15-20 seconds. Repeat these steps.
When complete, top with fresh berries and powdered sugar and of course your favorite maple syrup.