Want to make some delicious crêpes like the French? Making tasty home-made crêpes doesn’t require much equipment, but it does require a certain know-how.
Come and learn all the tips & tricks to make delicious crêpes for breakfast and parties with French native Océane. We use her French grandmother’s original crêpes recipe, which has been thoroughly tried and tested!
This online class supports beginner cooks, running you step-by-step through the preparation and process of making crêpes.
What will we cover?
During the class you will:
- Be guided step by step through a French crêpes recipe
- Get smart tips to ensure the success of your crepes anywhere anytime
- Learn a few French words on the way to add to the authenticity of the experience.
- Learn a bit about the origin of crepes and that particular recipe
What will you need?
- 1 big mixing bowl (medium to large)
- 1 flat spatula
- 1 ladle
- 1 silicone spatula (optional)
- A hand mixer (preferably) or a stand mixer.
- 1 measuring jug (ml)
- 1 knife, 1 or 2 big spoons
- 1 non-sticky small/medium pan
- Paper towel
- 300g plain flour
- 3 eggs
- 750 ml milk
- sugar + vanilla extract OR Vanillin sugar
- Table salt
- Butter or sunflower oil
It is strongly recommended that all equipment and ingredients to be ready before the class starts.
- Wheelchair Accessible Space
- Quiet Spaces
- Gender Neutral Bathrooms
- Discounted Early Bird Tickets
- Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
- Auslan Interpreters Upon Request
Who will be teaching?
Océane (She/Her) is a French artist entrepreneur who founded Enjoy French (with Oceane), a special language school where people can express their creativity while learning French and experiencing French culture.
Océane is currently developing fun & convivial workshops using interactive and creative activities (such as cooking) to introduce the French language and culture to non-native speakers.
Océane loves crepes (her favourite treat) and is an expert among her friends & family (French and Aussie). She started making crêpes with her mom when she was a little girl and since then, she learnt to master the recipe transmitted from her own grand-ma. Check her out on Facebook or Instagram.
Questions or other ways we can assist with accessibility? Feel free to email us at email@example.com.