If you google "blintzes" you'll find that they are typically savory, often with a cheese-based filling. But when I eat them, syrup is my topping of choice. Is this actually a crêpe, then? Well, Grandpa always called them blintzes, so there.
So if you want to be the hero in your house, try your hand at these blintzes. They're easy and won't disappoint!
Step 1: Mixin'
1 3/4 cup flour
2 1/2 cup milk (adjust as needed: you want it like cream, able to pour but not runny)
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla
Step 2: Ladlin'
Then, ladle on some batter (I dunno, a half cup? never measured) and swirl it around to let it cover the bottom of the pan. If your batter is too thick, you won't get as much spread and your blintzes will be smaller and thicker. You'll figure it out. :)
If you wish, sprinkle a little cinnamon on the top.
Step 3: Flippin'
Once you've flipped the blintz, it only takes about 30-45 seconds more until it is ready. Unless you're going for crispy, in which case wait another minute longer.
Step 4: Toppin'
* powdered sugar and lemon juice
* peanut butter
I'll let the commenters suggest savory toppings. :D
Hope you enjoy them as much as I do!