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RECIPE: Crepe Nut Roll Ups by The Maya Kitchen

So its summer and the kids are keeping you busy at home. Here's a simple recipe that you and your child can do together, thanks to The Maya Kitchen. This delicious crepe is a great energy snack for you and your kid.

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CREPE NUT ROLL-UPS
 
Crepe:
1 pack                       MAYA Original ‘Fluffy n’ Tasty’ Hotcake Mix 125 g
2                                  eggs
1 ¼ cups                   milk or water
2 tablespo
ons     melted butter       
                                    oil, as needed for greasing
 
Filling:
60 grams                  chopped toasted walnuts
60 grams                  chopped toasted cashew nuts
60 grams                  chopped toasted pistachio nuts
1 cup                         confectioners’ sugar
melted butter, as needed
 
Syrup:
1 cup                         white sugar
1 cup                         water
 
 
            Prepare crepe by mixing all ingredients, except oil, in a bowl until well-blended and smooth. Pour ¼ cup batter into a preheated nonstick pan or greased flat skillet. Tilt pan from side to side to cover the bottom of the pan. Cook until light golden brown. Flip the crepe carefully to cook the other side. Cool and set aside.           
Combine all ingredients for the filling in a bowl.    Preheat oven to 350°F/177°C. Place a piece of crepe on a plate and spread a thin layer of filling on top. Fold in the ends and roll. Brush the edges with melted butter to seal. Arrange the roll-ups, with the seams down, on a cookie sheet and bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
Prepare syrup by combining sugar and water in a pot without stirring. Bring to a boil until amber in color. Continue cooking until the syrup reaches a thread-like consistency. Remove from heat. Cut roll-ups into bite-sized pieces and dip in syrup or drizzle top with syrup. Serve.
 
Yield: 9 servings


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