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Home Care Recipes: Easily Customizable Crepe



One of the most useful services a home care provider offers for your elderly loved ones is preparing healthy, satisfying, and delicious meals for them. What your parents eat makes a tremendous difference in their physical, cognitive, and emotional health and well-being, and by keeping their diets varied and interesting, an in home care services provider gives them an element of a high quality of life.


When it comes to keeping your parents interested in a healthy diet, variety is essential. Offering a wide variety of foods keeps your parents’ minds active and engaged, and increases the chances of them getting all of the nutrients they need on a daily basis rather than always resorting to unhealthy snack products. One way an in home care service provider can encourage variety is by mastering recipes that can be changed with a few simple modifications to appeal to a wider variety of tastes.


This recipe is for crepes, a simple, thin pancake that can be made sweet or savory, and served for breakfast, lunch, dinner, a snack, or a dessert. Share the basic recipe and its variations with your parents’ home care provider so she can prepare different options with them for a simple and delicious meal or snack option they can change up whenever they want to try something new. Basic recipe:

What You’ll Need

  1. 2 large eggs

  2. 3/4 cup milk

  3. 1/2 cup water

  4. 1 cup flour

  5. 3 tablespoons melted butter

  6. Extra butter for coating the pan

  7. Blender

  8. Mixing bowl

  9. 1-ounce ladle

  10. Small non-stick pan

  11. Heat resistant spatula

  12. Cutting board

What to Do

  1. Combine all ingredients except for the butter to coat the pan in the blender and pulse until well-combined

  2. Pour the batter into the mixing bowl and put in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour to allow the bubbles to dissipate

  3. Place the small pan over medium heat and coat with butter

  4. Use the ladle to pour 1 ounce of batter into the center of the pan and swirl to coat

  5. Cook for 30 seconds, flip, and cook for another 10 seconds

  6. Lay flat on a cutting board to cool

Savory Version

For a richer, more savory version, add 1/4 teaspoon salt, 1/4 cup chopped spinach, and your favorite herbs.

Sweet Version

To make the crepe a bit sweeter, add 2 1/2 tablespoons sugar, 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract, and 1 tablespoons of liqueur.

Once you have made your crepes, the real fun begins. Crepes are most often served filled, which means your elderly parents and their home care provider get to experiment with different types of fillings for delicious meal, snack, and dessert experiences.

Try some of these ideas to customize your crepes:

  1. Hazelnut chocolate spread

  2. Sweetened cream cheese

  3. Lemon curd and chopped strawberries

  4. Creamy peanut butter and sliced bananas

  5. Cannoli cream

  6. Ricotta cheese and honey

  7. Whipped cream and caramel sauce

  8. Ham and Swiss cheese

  9. Cheddar cheese and green apple slices

  10. Cheddar cheese and vegetables

  11. Marscapone and chocolate sauce

If You Or An Aging Loved One Are Considering Hiring Home Care in Dallas, TX, Please Call The Caring Staff At Second Family Home Care At (972) 347-0700.

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Becca Metoyer, Certified Senior Advisor, CSA