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Treats from Caravan Crepes will put a smile on your face

Crepes won't cure the world, but odds are, they'll make you smile.

Caravan Crepes, one of the hottest food trucks in Seattle right now, is where owners and married couple Corino Bonjrada and Ana Sofia Ponce De Leon roll out the carpet to make crepe craving customers' dreams come true.

Using only fresh organic ingredients, these crepes are stuffed with everything from brie to bananas. But their secret is in the batter — smooth, creamy and delicate. It comes from a longtime family recipe with a mother's touch.

"That's what we love," said Ponce De Leon. "We wanted to provide something to Seattle that we think others would love, too."

There's no question these crepes are filled with love and rich family history, and that's exactly what people need in these unprecedented times. Ponce De Leon said it's been nice to see customers stop by for a treat as they venture out of the house for a walk with family or their dogs.

"I think it gives us that human touch people are craving right now," she said. "It's been really nice for us and the community."

Caravan Crepes can be found at the corner of McGraw and 32nd Ave. W. They are open 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. daily.