"Yellow Pancakes" is the name my children gave crepes when they were small. I haven't eaten them in years, but lately, I've been on a yellow pancake kick. They are so easy and quick and allow me to eat healthy, non allergenic food without spending too much time cooking.
The old basic recipe was this: 1/4 fourth cup flour, 1 egg, 1/4 cup milk, blend and cook in a crepe pan with butter.
My new recipe is this: 1/4 cup organic whole wheat flour, 1/4 cup rice milk, 1/4 cup egg subsitute, added seeds and bran. I cook them until they "harden." It it not necessary to turn them but I sometimes do for color. I do NOT use a blender, I whisk or stir them by hand. (No blender to wash).
Then roll in your favorite sandwich ingredients. E.g.: fresh garden veggies and homemade salsa, rice and beans, fruit and homemade fruit jellies (for dessert.)
They are delicate and messy but oh so delicious and quick and easy. I am sorry I have no pictures, I always get excited and eat them before I remember to photograph them.