Do you have any plans for Easter Sunday yet? It’s such a lovely time to celebrate; the meaning of new life, the warming up of temperature, and the aroma of the blooming Spring flowers, etc. Today, I wanted to share with you a beautiful Easter Sunday Brunch Recipe that you can prepare for your family. Check out the Ham and Egg Savory Crepes video tutorial above if you haven’t done so. I’ll show you step-by-step on how to prepare these crepes and assemble them together.
Of course, this recipe is probably good all year around, and not just on Easter. But the gorgeous and slightly runny egg yolk in the middle simply reminds me of Spring and Easter. Best of all, you can prepare the crepes the day before. So, when brunch time rolls around, you can assemble and bake these off in no time!
Besides ham and egg, I also used some smoked mozzrella cheese in these savory crepes. You can use any grated cheese that you like, such as gouda, cheddar, or even goat cheese. Pretty much any cheese that you like that melt nicely when heated up.
The bake time in this recipe is important because you want to make sure the egg whites are cooked and the yolks stays runny. I baked my crepes for exactly 12 minutes with room temperature, large size eggs. If you use larger eggs or taking the eggs out of the fridge right before baking, they might take a minute or two longer to cook. Simply check on the crepes at 12 minutes mark on their done-ness and determine if they need additional bake time.
For my family, we love both the sweet and savory versions of crepes. If you’ve miss my previous recipe on sweet crepes, simply click here to check them out! I guess I’ll be making both sweet and savory version this weekend! Wish you all a wondrrful and blessed Easter Holiday!
Tools and ingredients used:
Crepe Pan (click here for more information)
Crepe Spreader (click here for more information)
Crepe Maker (click here for more information)
Ninja Blender (click here for more information)
Grapeseed Oil (click here for more information)
Baking Sheets (click here for more information)