Every chance I get, I try to incorporate as much fiber in a meal. This morning was no exception. During the autumn, the market is loaded with apples. As a result, the prices become somewhat competitive. And, yours truly took advantage and stock up on a few extras.
Decided to make myself a few crepes filled with home-made apple sauce. But first, I used by my box grater and shredded a couple of gala apples. In a stockpot, I placed same and added a teaspoon of sugar, honey, cinnamon, ground ginger and a splash of water. This was simmered for a few minutes on low heat until it arrived at a sauce-like consistency.
In a bowl, I placed a combination of a half cup of whole-wheat and all-purpose flour, cinnamon, ground ginger, pinch of salt, and sugar. Combined dried ingredients were added to wet ingredients consisting of milk, beaten egg, vanilla and a little melted unsalted butter.
In a hot skillet under low heat, I sprayed a little Pam and allowed each crepe to cook and set for approximately two to three minutes per side. And these were the results:
I filled my fluffy crepes with apple sauce and wrapped my way to a fiber-filled breakfast.