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Congregation Beth David's Young Adult Group for Jewish 20 & 30 Somethings

Honey Creme Crepe with Apple Calvados Syrup

Submitted by Ella G.

Flour Crepe
1 pound of flour
3 ounces of sugar
8 eggs
3 pints of milk
1 teaspoon of vanilla
1 pinch of salt

Mix flour, sugar, and salt together.

Slowly add milk and vanilla, whisking together.

Add one egg at a time, whisking everything together.

Pour mixture to a non-stick frying pan over medium heat until solid crepe forms.

Sugar Berries

2 pints of mixed berries (blueberries, raspberries, blackberries)
1 pint sugar

Wash and cut berries

Coat berries in sugar
Let stand and shake excess sugar off

Honey Creme Fraiche

3 ounces of honey
16 ounces creme fraiche

Add honey to the creme fraiche.

Mix gently, stop before it becomes whipped.

Caramelized Apple Calvados Syrup

4 sweet apples
1 pint of Calvados Spirit
3 tablespoons of sugar
4 tablespoons of butter
1 four ounce can of apple juice

Wash, peel, core, and slice apples

Add 2 tablespoons of butter to a heated pan and sauté the apples in the butter

Add the sugar and caramelize the apples

Deglaze the pan with the calvados

Add the apple juice to the calvados, mix, then reduce the total liquid by half

Add butter to liquids in the pan, simmer on low heat until liquid mixture thickens into syrup.

Take a crepe, and spread honey creme fraiche on it.

Fill crepe with sugar berries and caramelized apples.

Place another crepe on top of the first to seal the open crepe

Drizzle the apple calvados syrup on top and serve.

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