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A basic gluten free crepe that will suit a sweet or savory filling.
1. Mix all ingredients together in a blender or food processor.
2. Heat a non-stick skillet over medium high heat and spray the pan with non-stick spray or cooking oil.
3. Pour some batter into the skillet (just enough to lightly cover about 2/3 of the pan) and swirl the pan in a circle, so that the batter spreads evenly across the entire surface of the pan. Set the pan down over the heat.
4. After a minute or two, when the batter starts to bubble, flip the crepe with a spatula.
5. Let the crepe cook for another minute or two. Lift it up a bit with the spatula to check for done-ness. The bottom will be light brown when it’s ready.
6. When the crepe is done on the bottom, move it to a plate and repeat with remaining batter.
7. Add a filling of your choice and roll or fold up the crepe!
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