Waffles Or Crepes?

I recently went out on a dessert date with Wifey and while browsing the menu, I suddenly realized that I was not able to make a decision. “I can’t decide what to eat! Why is decision making so hard!”

I think sometimes I am scared to make up my mind on which dessert to try. Someone else’s decision will validate mine. What if I chose wrong?

Are you on team crepe or team waffle? Do you jump on the bandwagon of whatever tickles your taste buds?

The waffle is a delicacy to behold, but it certainly won’t remain in your hands for very long. Often served traditionally with a plain-and-simple icing sugar garnish – embellished with strawberries if you must – the waffle can sell itself on its exquisite taste alone.

Unlike pancake batter, a crepe is typically much airier and thinner in texture.

Sweet crepes, are the more commonly recognized variety of crepes. But if you consider yourself a proper foodie, you’ll want to sink your teeth into something a little more savoury before dessert.

Of the two, which is your favorite, and how do you like to serve it up?

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2 thoughts on “Waffles Or Crepes?

  1. My initial response would be waffle simply because I love them and I’ve only had crepes twice. But I remember the crepes were delicious, so I’d definitely like to try them again. Though waffles are much more familiar and, since my waffle iron was destroyed years ago, I only get them when we go out. I can make crepes, but, with two toddlers, would burn them for sure. In the end, I’ll wind up in limbo and pick whichever comes with the most chocolate. Why must decision making be so hard?

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