Vanilla Crepes with Cinnamon Butter!

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I went to IKEA yesterday and bought a really cool lamp that opens and closes!  I came home late and was to tired to write about my food that day.

And also, I forgot to buy eggs, that is not a good thing during an eggfast 🙂 I had 2 raw eggs and 3 boiled ones in the fridge.

For dinner I just deviled 2 of the boiled eggs and that made a fullfilling dinner. Can’t remember what else I ate yesterday except for my usual lunch omelette.

Today I used the  2 raw eggs to make today’s lunch omelette. I wanted to bring the last cooked egg to work as “emergency food” wich left me with no eggs for breakfast.

So I made bullet tea, 1 + 1/4 cup of hot tea mixed with 2 tblsp cocnut oil, mixed with a hand mixer.

For dinner I made vanilla crepes with cinnamonbutter, sooo good! And they looked just like regular crepes! The only thing was that they broke a bit when flipping but I can live with that.

This is definitively a new weekend breakfast dish even after eggfast!

I was inspired by this recipie but changed the spice and made a smaller batch. This is my version:

Vanilla crepes with cinnamonbutter, 1 serving


  • 3 eggs
  •  5 ½ oz (or 0,75 dl) philadelphia cheese
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla powder
  • butter or ghee for frying

Cinnamon butter

  • 1 heaped tsp cinnamon
  • barely 1 tsp sweetener, I use birch xylitol
  • 2 tblsp softened butter

Whisk eggs, cheese and vanilla powder until totally combined. I used my mixer. Let the batter rest for 5 minutes.

Mix cinnamon and sweetener. Then blend the cinnamon mixture with the softened butter, but save a little of the cinnamon mixture to sprinkle ontop of the crepes.

Let a dollop of butter or ghee melt in a frying pan on high heat. Pour a fairly thin layer of batter in pan. Fry until batter is set ontop, flip and fry a bit longer. Place on a plate and continue the same way until all batter is used.

I got 2 large crepes and a baby but I thin my first one was too thick.

Spread your cinnamonbutt er on the creps and roll them. Sprinkle with reserved cinnamon mixture. Done!


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