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      CWY: Crepes and Baked Eggs

      Eggs
      Eggs

      ASHWAUBENON - Our next Cooking With You guest is Trevor LaRene from Green Bay!

      Trevor joined FOX 11's Emily Deem in the studio to create some light and simple dishes.

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      Basic Crepe Recipe

      Makes 12 crepes

      6 oz milk

      5 oz beer

      1/2 tsp vanilla extract

      2 eggs (room temperature)

      1 cup all purpose flour

      1/8 tsp salt

      1.  Put first four ingredients in a large bowl. Using an electric mixer, mix for 30 second. Scrape the sides and mix for another minute, or until thoroughly mixed and smooth.

      2.  Cover bowl and refrigerate for at least 2 hours.

      3.  Re-whisk the batter just before you begin frying the crepes.

      4.  Preheat 10 inch non-stick skillet over medium-high heat. Spray with non-stick spray.

      5.  With the skillet off the heat, pour 2 oz (1/4 cup) batter in the center of the skillet. Tip the skillet so that the entire bottom is covered.

      6.  Return to heat. When the top begins to dry and the bottom is beginning to brown, flip using a wooden or rubber flipper. The edges will begin to curl away from the pan at this time.

      7.  Fry the crepe for another 10 second. The crepe should be be very lightly brown.

      8.  Remove from skillet.

      9.  Add fillings, fold or wrap and serve -OR- stack with wax paper between layers for later use.

      Nutritional data (per crepe, without any filling):

      Calories:           64

      Fat:                   1.2g

      Sat fat:              0.5g

      Chol:           36.5mg

      Sodium:       43.8mg

      Carb:                 9.2g

      Fiber:                0.3g

      Protein:            2.7g

      Possible fillings are endless:

      Sweet

      A whole banana

      Nutella (or peanut butter) and banana

      Nutella (or peanut butter) and strawberry

      Any other fruits (fresh or canned pie filling) with whipped cream

      Lemon juice and powder sugar

      Greek yogurt and your favorite fruit

      Jam/marmalade

      Savory

      Bacon and eggs (with a touch of cheese)

      Ham and cheese

      Cream cheese and smoked salmon

      Shredded chicken and salsa

      Thin-shaved beef with horseradish yogurt

      Baked Egg with Feta and Spinach
      Serves 4

      4 eggs, separated
      1/4 cup crumbled feta cheese
      1 teaspoon of your preferred herb blend (I used Penzey's Mural of Flavor.)
      1 cup (packed) fresh baby spinach, finely chopped
      Pepper to taste

      1.  Preheat oven to 350F.
      2.  Spray oven-safe custard cups with cooking spray (or otherwise grease them.)
      3.  With electric mixer, beat egg whites until stiff peaks form.
      4.  Gently stir in cheese, spinach and herbs.
      5.  Divide between the four cups.
      6.  With a spoon, create a small well in the center of the egg white mixture.
      7.  Carefully slide a yolk into each well.
      8.  Place cups on a baking sheet, and place in oven.  Back 10-14 minutes, until the egg white puffs up and browns. The yolk will be hot and thick, but not solid.

      Note: in the picture, I topped the egg with a half tablespoon of Greek yogurt. Not necessary.

      Nutritional data:
      Calories:       106
      Fat:                 7g
      Sat fat:            3g
      Chol:           220mg
      Sodium:       186mg
      Carbs:          1.6g
      Fiber:           0.2g
      Protein:        9.3g

      Alternatives:
      Crumbled bacon and finely shredded sharp cheddar
      Shedded Swiss and minced mushrooms
      Fresh basil, scallion and Parmesan