Blender avocado crepes

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We love avocado in our family and I think that it is Panos’ favorite snack. He loves to eat plain avocado as is from the skin. I just half the avocado and offer it. Avocado is a great nutrient-dense food and it contains lots of monounsaturated fats. Fun fact, avocado was the first solid food that Panos had and he loved it since the beginning. So, I love adding avocados in our diet with a lot of ways. We love guacamole, avocado-mint pesto dip. And we love adding it in salads or pair it with eggs. This blender avocado crepes are so easy to make, with just 4 ingredients! They great for a quick and healthy breakfast.

“When Panos asked for a crepe, I knew that I had to use avocados”

— Panos Eats

What you will need

  • Avocado. Make sure that your avocado is ripe enough but not too ripe.
  • Eggs. I usually get pasture-raised eggs as I feel like animals get treated better in the pastures.
  • Milk. I used whole milk from grass-fed cows, however you can use any milk of your chose, dairy or non-dairy should work
  • All-purpose flour. I haven’t play around with any other type of flour. Whole wheat or spelt might be a good substitute but proceed with your risk.

How I served it


Panos loves his eco-friendly bamboo plates and bowls. So in our breakfast today I served

  • A bowl of yogurt topped with crunchy chocolate granola, cinnamon and chia seeds
  • Avocado crepes simply stuffed with cheddar cheese. To make them special I cut the crepes into flower using my flower cookie cutter.
  • Kiwis flowers cut with my veggie cutters and blueberries.

“Any food cut into a cute shape tastes better!”

— Panos Eats

Blender avocado crepes

Recipe by Panos EatsCourse: Breakfast
Servings

4

servings
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking time

10

minutes

Ingredients

  • 1/2 ripe avocado

  • 1/3 cup plain whole milk

  • 3 eggs

  • 1/2 cup all purpose flour

  • coconut oil or ghee to grease the pan

Directions

  • In a blender add all the ingredients and blend away
  • Over low heat, grease your pan well and add 1/2 cup of the batter
  • Immediately move your pan around to spread the batter. If you need to, use the back of your spoon to spread evenly
  • Cook until ready for around 3 minutes and flip
  • Cook the other side and repeat with the remaining batter

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2 Comments

  1. Ellie enjoyed those crepes with almond butter, honey and clementines as an afternoon snack!
    So healthy and delicious!
    Thank you for the recipe!

    1. I’m glad that your little one liked it! Panos loves it with almond butter and honey as well. They pair nicely together indeed

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