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It’s incredible how crepes are such a versatile dish. As a dessert, breakfast, dinner, or snack, you can enjoy crepes anytime, anywhere, and in any way you want.
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Layers of crepes topped with thin slices of cold mango and fresh coconut flesh bring delightfully fresh, milky, and a light sweetness to this dessert.
There are so many options when it comes to flavouring your crepes — but make sure that they go well.
Going for fruits with the same tropical profile, such as mango and coconut, creates a nice balance between sweet and creaminess.
The mangoes should be soft, while the coconut flesh adds a bit of crunch to it. If you don’t want to scrape coconut flesh off fresh coconuts, consider getting shredded coconuts (find those that retain some moisture in them).
This perfect combo of tropical fruits creates such a compelling dessert! This is an easy mango recipe that anyone can make.
To learn how to make crepe cake, being able to make a thin layer of crepe is always the first, but most essential step.
A classic French crepe is basically made of basic pantry essentials, such as flour, sugar, salt, eggs, and milk.
A bit of vanilla extract is a good addition to consider adding to make the crepes more suited for a sweet recipe.
So, how do you achieve the perfect piece of crepe? The perfect crepe should be light, evenly brown, with slightly crisp edges.
Here are some tips to making the perfect crepe:
Yield: ~6 servings
Note: This makes a smaller sized crepe cake for ~6 servings. You'll make about 8 crepe layers with this recipe. If you want, you can double the entire recipe and make a bigger crepe cake, especially if your pan is bigger than 16 cm.
Storage and Serving Notes: Must be stored in the fridge at all times if not consumed right away. Store the crepe in an airtight container or cover it with a cling wrap to prevent it from drying.
This Mango and Coconut Mille Crepe Cake is perfect for the tropical weather. If you can’t find fresh coconut flesh, try swapping it out for shredded coconut (the kind that retains a bit of moisture and juice).
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