Wednesday, July 27, 2011


Recently I came across a very simple recipe that was oh so good.
I just fell in love with it and have made several batches.
It came from Smitten Kitchen.
You can't really see it here, it is hiding inside the crepes.
It is ricotta cheese.
My, oh my was it good tucked in the crepes
and fresh Oregon strawberries sitting on top.
What a treat!
I found the ricotta to be good spread on a slice
of French baguette and drizzled with honey or balsamic vinegar too.
Then we also put it on homemade pizza, yummy to that!
It is becoming a regular in my kitchen.

Here is the link to find the recipe and pictures:

Enjoy!  And let me know if you try it and fall in love too.


La Tea Dah said...

I love ricotta --- spread on toast with a sprinkle of herbs. Sounds great in crepes with Oregon berries too!

Traveling Bells said...

Thud. I want some of that!!!

Jeanie said...

Oh, those waterfalls! And that chair post! Incredible. And the What do you see question with the wonderful camera.

But ah! Ricotta -- these simply look to die for! Did you make the crepes too? Yum!

Anonymous said...

These sound amazing! Love ricotta, crepes and NW berries--YUM:)

Rettabug said...

What an odd combination but I can imagine it would taste delicious! I'll go grab the recipe shortly. Thank you for the link.
I hope you tried the warm potato salad recipe with olives from last week. It really IS good.

So is the coconut pie I just posted. LOL

LOVE seeing all those cool refreshing waterfalls below. *sigh* I wanted to dive right in.
Never been to Oregon & could just KICK myself for not visiting when I had a cousin living there. ~~someday~~


krys kirkpatrick said...

Those look like swedish pancakes...which I grew up with and my kids favorite breakfast. MMMMM....looks so good.

Trixie and Dustin of said...

YUM yum yum yum YUM!!! thank you for posting your delectable picture and for sharing the recipe-treasure!!

xo, Dustin

parTea lady said...

Ricotta is one of my favorite cheeses. Your breakfast crepes look delicious.

Angela McRae said...

Thanks for the suggestion! I am constantly amazed at how very tasty something simple can be!