I've got a flip and a flop here today on Worth Pinning. My friend Megan asked yesterday if I ever make something that just doesn't turn out. Yes. It's frustrating wasting time and ingredients. However, these pink bunny crepes turned out perfect are actually inspired by the flop.
2 eggs (one whole egg, one egg yolk)
1 cup milk
1 1/2 t melted butter
pinch of salt
splash of vanilla extract
2/3 cup flour
I colored a little of the batter with bright pink food coloring.
A medicine dropper works great to make the small crepe bunny heads:
Squirt two ears and a circle for the head & then flip when the edges lift (about 30seconds 1st side and 20seconds 2nd side).
Spread the plain batter in a circle.
Place the cooked pink bunny crepe in the center, cook for 1minute and FLIP!
Cook about 30seconds on the other side. Move to a cooling rack.
You can choose your own fillings for the crepes. We spread Nutella on the backside of the crepe:
Then added strawberries:
Here comes the FLOP. I saw this beautiful Wilton Inlay cake several days ago.
I immediately wanted to make a bunny version for Easter. I watched the Wilton video, wrote down the recipe and drew out my own bunny template (the cake photoed above was a floral template). Here's what I ended up with: