Like many French people, crêpes were one of the first things I learned how to cook and I've been making them for as long as I remember. Throughout the years, I've tried many recipes and learned some very useful tips here and there. Since I moved to the US, I've seen so many crimes committed against crêpes that I finally decided to share my recipe and tips in a step-by-step tutorial on my Instagram.
This is not a short process. Prepping the batter correctly takes some effort. Then you then need to let the batter rest for at least and hour, and then it's time to cook the crêpes, which is a pretty long a repetitive process in itself. But this is how you get the best crêpes and once you finally enjoy one with some Nutella, you know it's all been worth it.
To get a little extra, I served mine with a peach compote I had made on the stovetop by cooking a couple peaches in a pot with a bit of sugar and water. I served this hot, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. It was amazing. — Marie Telling
Here's the recipe.