VLOG: Snow Crepes

 Let it Snow in the Kitchen! Two healthy, easy, and delicious crepes recipes using SNOW as one of the ingredients. Perfect menu item for breakfast or brunch! We will not only show you how to make these sweet little crepes, but the creamy filling and tangy fruit compote recipes too!

If you are coming to this post just for the amazing recipes, click THIS LINK NOW to view our recipes on the Rapid City Journal Website. 

During the month of January, Sammi and I accepted the challenge to create a recipe using SNOW as one of the ingredients.  We have a good friend who is a writer for our local newspaper, and we were so exited when she invited us to participate in an article she was writing. It was great to step outside of the box and challenge our creativity.  Sammi’s Maple Cinnamon Crepes Recipe is very Grounded & Surrounded in style.  It is uber healthy but tastes amazing!
 Let it Snow in the Kitchen! Two healthy, easy, and delicious crepes recipes using SNOW as one of the ingredients. Perfect menu item for breakfast or brunch! We will not only show you how to make these sweet little crepes, but the creamy filling and tangy fruit compote recipes too!
My Strawberry Snow Blintz recipe is a bit more indulgent but it has the whole “gluten free” thing going on which is totally my thingBoth recipes use ingredients that most people have on hand in the middle of the winter. They would be amazing with some fresh strawberries on the side, but there is NO WAY Sammi and I would be willing to pay the obnoxious price for out of season strawberries.
 Let it Snow in the Kitchen! Two healthy, easy, and delicious crepes recipes using SNOW as one of the ingredients. Perfect menu item for breakfast or brunch! We will not only show you how to make these sweet little crepes, but the creamy filling and tangy fruit compote recipes too!

This summer there was a deal for organic strawberries at Safeway, and we both bought about 10 lbs and froze them.  It was really fun to pull those out of the freezer to use in our recipes.  

We also got such a kick out of the whole baking with snow concept.  It was out of the box, but as moms, we could really use a little more out of the box in our lives.  Our children gobbled these crepes up, and the fact that they were made with snow really got them excited about eating breakfast. It is so fun to work with my Best Foodie Friend on projects like this.
Let it Snow in the Kitchen! Two crepes recipes using SNOW as one of the ingredients. The kids are going to gobble these up!!!
We are having so much fun with the new blog, creating recipes, and making new friends.  We happened to be shooting a video when we got a call from the Rapid City Journal photographer, so we had to spill the beans.  In this week’s VLOG we share our enthusiasm and excitement about being able to write a recipe for our local paper.  Enjoy!

About Sarah Koontz

Sarah Koontz is a freelance writer and regular contributor at Grounded & Surrounded. If you are interested in growing your faith, nourishing your family life, and discovering the beauty of God's design, be sure to follow her personal blog at SarahKoontz.com. When Sarah is not writing, you are likely to find her covered in dirt, sitting in the middle of her garden, adoring her beautiful flock of backyard chickens. She is eternally grateful for her husband and two little girls, and revels in their simple, uncluttered life. You can also find her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest.

4 thoughts on “VLOG: Snow Crepes

  1. This is so creative! I’ve never made crepes before, but I’d love to give them a try. Thanks for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty – we hope to see you again next week 🙂

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