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Freshie Faves: Perfect crepes every time!

It was not that long ago our Executive Sous Chef Joe Guzzetta I had me spell bound. Which if you have a flair of making extraordinarily tasty food, it is not that hard. The way to my heart might be paved in hollandaise sauce. But I digress.

Joe had many Freshies entranced during one of his cooking classes that included crepes. He even had his own crepe pan! So it was a sheer bliss when I discover that I could have perfect crepes every time with a new product at FRESH called Crepini!

These grand delights reside by our fresh pasta selection at the end of aisle 2. You can just get the crepes or pick up a variety of all ready stuffed crepes ready to go! You can use a skillet, oven, or conventional microwave to heat naked and filled Crepini products. It is quick and easy.

Skillet – Heat crêpes on a lightly buttered or plain non-stick skillet preheated for 15-20 seconds.

Oven – Preheat the oven to 350° and toast the crêpes on a baking sheet for 45-60 seconds.

Microwave – Wrap crêpes in a paper towel and heat for 10-15 seconds.

They also supply cooking details on the package too.

You can instantly add a little sophistication to your life with the delicious, ready-to-heat crepes. They are an ideal blend of the French crepe and the Russian blini. Crepini products are all-natural. The ingredients they use come from local farmers markets, and they do not add preservatives or artificial flavors of any kind. Filled Crepini products are made with 100% all-natural farm-fresh cheeses, fruits and vegetables, savory and aromatic herbs and spices, and other quality ingredients that burst with flavor. The healthful gourmet product is a snap to heat and makes any occasion a chic affair.

The hurdle will be deciding what flavors to take home with you first. Crepini Café’s selection is too tempting. There are excellent choices in both sweet and savory styles. I plan to try them all! Care to join me?

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