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2 servings


0 hours 2 mins


0 hours 5 mins


0 hours 7 mins

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2 Fresh Peaches, pitted and sliced into wedges

4 Premade crepes

1 Tbsp. Land ‘o Lakes Light Butter

Sugar Free Maple Syrup

2 Tbsp. sliced almonds

Swerve Confectionary sugar (optional)


1. Add the butter to a large skillet and let it melt. Add the peaches and sauté until the peaches soften and are warmed through. About 5 minutes.

2. Meanwhile, warm the crepes in a hot skillet for a minute or two. Remove from skillet and fold in quarters. Put two on each plate.

3. Heat the syrup in a small pitcher in the microwave until warm. About 1-2 minutes.

4. Top the crepes with the peaches and sprinkle with the almonds. Drizzle the warm syrup over the top and dust the crepes with confectionary sugar. Dig in.

NOTE: I love including fast and easy recipe ideas that also taste good. I almost hate calling them recipes because they are just so simple to pull together and use some high quality premade ingredients. I’ve tried several premade crepe brands but two of my favorites are Melissa’s (usually found in the produce department) and Jacquet French Crepes which I find in the bakery section at my supermarket. You can also get them at Amazon right here.

Let’s be clear, I love making crepes and make them when I have time. But when I’m rushed (which can be quite often), I love having these as a backup. I also get to make what is usually a decadent brunch item much lighter and with a lot less sugar. For me, it is a win win. You know the drill, if you want to use “real” butter and maple syrup, go right ahead. The “recipe” is flexible so use it as a guideline. Enjoy.


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