Classic Vegan Crepes with Figs and Coconut Yogurt

Hiya guys,

Hope you’re having a fab Sunday! I thought it only fitting on Sunday to share with you a crepe recipe for my delicious Classic Vegan Crepes with Figs and Coconut Yogurt! Because Sunday is all about making time for brunch!

Okay so, you might have noticed that when it comes to crepe recipes there isn’t many on the blog. I’ll be the first to admit it. And that’s because, well actually, I hate making crepes! hahah. It is just one of those recipes that overwhelm me. I could never seem to get the hang of it, and my Sunday mornings would be far from cozy and tranquil. Instead they were a roller coaster of emotions from hopeful and optimistic, to beseeching and on the verge of tears, to completely overwhelmed, to over-it. All within the span of an hour. Talk about exhausting for me and all those whom I delight with my presence. My crepes, typically, are either too fat, too skinny, too small, too stiff, too square, or too-cis-gendered to be a notable crepe recipe at all. And definitely NOT blog-worthy enough to share.

I tell you this because I want you to know that if you struggle making crepes, you’re not the only one. And that even us food bloggers have our recipe woes. That’s right, you’re not alone in wondering how the heck @clemfoodie can flip a flawless crepe time after time, while yours is a big pile of mush in the trashcan.

But, I’ve got some good news for you! I’ve since created an EASY classic vegan crepes recipe with a few simple tips, so that you too can make the flawless crepe. So sit back and grab a matcha and your notebook, because you’re going to want to write this down my friends.

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