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Heart-embroidered crepes recipe of of 13-02-2015 [Updated on 05-05-2015]
Heart-embroidered crepes are an idea to start the Valentine's Day celebrations in a super romantic way. It is a crepes dough that you will have to put in a syringe for sweets or a syringe for chocolate (I also read that you could also use a bottle with a pacifier with a single hole) and that you will have to put on the crepiere by drawing a heart and making some internal doodles, that's all;) The idea was too nice not to replicate it and even Ivano liked it a lot, so here it is tested and photographed for you. Girls today I'm going very fast, in a while I start shooting the first video recipe and, guess what? this morning I woke up without a voice: / I'm going to prepare a hot milk and honey and hopefully good, see you later!
How to make heart embroidered crepes
In a bowl, mix the egg with the milk
Then add the flour and sugar and mix to form the batter.
Pour the batter into a pastry bag with a smooth spout with a small hole and draw a heart with the dough directly on the hot crepe pan
Then continue creating a sort of pierced embroidery inside the heart.
As soon as it is lightly browned, turn it into a crepe with the spatula and cook on the other side as well, then proceed to create all the other crepes in the same way.
Serve the heart-embroidered crepes sprinkling them with sugar and serving with fresh fruit
At the stroke of midnight
How nice, a great effort with many color changes but it was worth it, I agree with you the fact of finishing a job before starting a new one I always do this, only in rare cases (baby embroidery) have I put aside a work in progress for a new one.
I wait to see your Christmas stuff. I don't think I will be able to finish my work in time for this Christmas.
Have a good week
But Angela is beautiful! Color changes are boring but of course the final effect is amazing.
Because. a black frame and not a walnut color? Sorry, I came. like this)
A hug and a good start to the week
Beautiful! Luckily you finished it, it was a shame to leave it in the drawer