NATIONAL BAVARIAN CREPES DAY
Serving up a light and airy dish, March 22nd annually recognizes National Bavarian Crepes Day.
Bavarian crepes are a delicious, very thin pancake-like dessert, typically made from wheat flour or buckwheat flour, then filled, rolled and then often topped with a glaze, fruit, chocolate or whipped cream. In Bavaria, crepes are called palatschinke. While similar to a French crepe, the Bavarian crepe batter doesn’t need to rest before using.
Both types of crepes lend themselves to delicious desserts and fresh breakfast settings. They even make for a light brunch with a savory touch. However, crepes shine when it comes to delivering delicate and beautiful desserts. Whether they are filled with cream, mousse or jams, the results are almost always spectacular.
HOW TO OBSERVE #BavarianCrepesDay
Try your hand at making this delicate dish. It’s worth taking up the challenge. While you’re at it, invite some other chefs into the kitchen, too!
Enjoy one of the following recipes and have a wonderful day:
Use #BavarianCrepesDay to post on social media.
NATIONAL BAVARIAN CREPES DAY HISTORY
National Day Calendar continues to research the origins of the sweet food holiday.
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