French crepes with toffee peaches, toasted hazelnuts and Oppo salted caramel ice cream🥞🌰🍑

As pancake Day is approaching it’s good to have some trusted pancake recipes on hand.

I really love big fluffy pancakes but more as a part of my brunch or Sunday treat, but when it come to Pancake day is all about the crepes in our family!

Today I want to share our family crepes recipe which was past to me by my mum.

It’s easy to make, and will require only few ingredients which usually most of us have at home.

You can make it with lemon and sugar, or Nutella.. or do something fancy like I wil show you today 🙂




Total time: Ready in 20 minutes

Serves: 4




40g Butter

4 peaches cored and cut  into thin wedges

3 tbsp clear honey

3 tbsp light brown soft sugar


For the crepes/pancakes

100g plain flour

1 Free Range Egg

300ml semi skimmed milk

2 tbsp oil

Pinch of salt

1tsp of sugar


4 generous scoops of Oppo Salted caramel Ice Cream

25g hazelnuts, chopped and toasted

Method (Crepes)


1 Place the flour in a large bowl and make a hollow in the centre. Whisk the egg into the flour then gradually whisk in the milk to form a smooth batter.

2 Heat a little oil in an 18–20cm frying pan (or pancake pan). Pour in half a ladle of batter, spread to thinly coat the base on the pan and cook for 1–2 minutes. Flip over and cook for 1 minute. Repeat to make 8 pancakes.

Method (Toffee Sauce with peaches)


1. Heat the butter in a large frying pan. Add the peach wedges and fry for 3 minutes until beginning to soften and turn golden. Stir through the honey and sprinkle over the brown sugar. Continue to cook for a further 4 minutes until sticky and glazed.


4.Place 2 pancakes on the large plate, top with a scoop of Oppo Salted Caramel ice cream. Drizzle over any sauce left in the pan and top it with hazelnuts before serving.

In Collaboration with Oppo Brothers

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