A note to easy crepe recipe cookbook – PEOPLE LOVE CREPES all over the world! Even in Mexica!
The Cajeta Crepes (Ca-hay-tah Krayp) is a delicious example of the french influence to the Mexican recipes cookbook; they were created around the time of the French occupation of Mexico and have remained popular ever since. The Crepes recipe used here is a typical french type of pancakes; easy to make and… very thin. The Mexican cajeta is made from a combination of cow milk and goat milk, and is said to have originated in the city of Celaya (Guanajuato state), and its name is derived from the wooden boxes (cajas) used for packaging. Mexico has created an extensive range of products and candy caramel derived, among which are wafers with cajeta or cajeta sticks.