Crêpes with Ham, Smoked Gouda and Apples
1/4 Pound black forest ham, sliced
1 Small golden delicious apple, sliced thinly
1/3 Cup smoked Gouda, grated
Fresh ground pepper
4 Crêpes made from whole wheat crêpe batter (see recipe from Vegetable Crêpes, or use your own)
This warm and comforting dish is perfect for a chilly night, or for a fall brunch. For an even more decadence, you can use brie instead of Gouda.
Heat a pan over medium-high heat. Spray with cooking spray and ladle in batter. Flip after 1-2 minutes and layer apples, ham and cheese. Season with fresh ground pepper. When cheese begins to melt, roll the crêpe and remove from pan. Repeat, then eat!
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