Very simple to make. A delicious Breton variety of the traditional French crepe made with buckwheat flour, usually for savoury fillings. With a grand daughter with dairy intolerance, it's always a challenge to come up with "something different". These disappeared rapidly with a ham/goat's cheese filing, topped off with a fried egg.
A brioche using soya products instead of the traditional milk and butter. My first "experimental" loaf disappeared down my dairy-intolerant grand-daughter in a day and with no subsequent adverse reaction. Does anyone need a greater recommendation? It is now in great demand for school packed lunches.