Sweet & Tart!

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for us because it’s usually the tastiest. Food always tastes best when you’re hungry!

Working from home often has its advantages, namely, getting to work on breakfast instead of rushing out the door. Most days, we like to enjoy our tried and true Buttery Scrambled Eggs and some avocado. Sundays, we go all out and make our delicious Low Carb Bacon Pancakes! Other days, we try something new, like these low carb crepes!

For this recipe, we took a basic low carb crepe recipe and added a few fillings and toppings to create a 5-star breakfast. Stacey from BeautyandtheFoodie.com was kind enough to let us share this recipe with her readers. Hope you enjoy!

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Check out our delicious Raspberry Ricotta Crepes
recipe over on BeautyandtheFoodie.com!

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