Crêpe roll-ups

Roll up, roll up for this homemade hazelnut chocolate spread!


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Chefclub Kids

Total time: 42 minutes

Prep time: 35 minutes, Cook time: 7 minutes

Ingredients for 4 people

100 grammes of hazelnuts

100 grammes of sugar

150 grammes of flour

2 eggs

30 cl of milk

40 grammes of butter

180 grammes of milk chocolate



Baking paper

Step 1/3

Spread out 1 chef of hazelnuts on a baking sheet and put them in the oven for 5 minutes at 200°C. Pour 1 hen and 1 chick of water, and 1 mouse of sugar, into a saucepan, and add the hazelnuts. Mix until the hazelnuts are well coated in caramel, then spread them out onto a baking sheet lined with baking paper to cool. In a mixing bowl, make a crêpe batter with 1 chef of flour, 3 hens of sugar, a pinch of salt and the 2 eggs. Mix together, then slowly incorporate 1 chef and 1 mouse of milk. Mix well to prevent any lumps, then add 3 hens of melted butter and leave the mixture to chill in the fridge.

Step 2/3

Once the hazelnuts have hardened, break them into pieces and blend them into a fine powder. Melt 1 chef of milk chocolate for 3x30 seconds in the microwave, add it into the blender, and blend once more to combine with the hazelnut powder. Pour the chocolate spread into a glass jar to cool and store.

Step 3/3

Make 8 crêpes and spread 3 hens of chocolate spread on each. For each crêpe, fold 2 opposing sides in by a few centimetres, then roll it up (as you would a fajita) and enjoy. Tip: Got a soft spot for white chocolate? Tweak the recipe to create a snow-white chocolate spread by replacing the milk chocolate! The Chefclub way: A homemade hazelnut chocolate spread for the perfect pancake party!

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