Love Crepes? Here’s Our Guide to Crepes + Recipes You Can Try

Sweet or savory? Take your pick!




Crepes are essentially a very thin type of French pancake and its fine texture further highlights the taste of what flavorful fillings await inside. Crepe fillings vary from fruity or sweet, to meaty and filling.

Want to try making your own crepes at home? Click here for a step-by-step guide.


A few tips to getting evenly-browned (with just a little crisp around the edges!) crepes:


1. Don’t flip too early.

Patience is key: wait until the crepe’s surface is no longer shiny andcheck if the edges are starting to get crisp and brown.


2. Add more butter for your first crepe.

Make sure you have enough butter to cover your pan; it will guarantee your first 5-6 crepes won’t stick to the pan (and you don’t need to add butter each time).


3. Use a ladle for the batter.

You can get consistently-sized crepes when you use a ladle to fill your pan. Don’t forget to quickly swirl the pan to spread the batter evenly!


Ready to take on crepe recipes? Here are a few picks:


Roasted Chicken and Mushroom Crepe


Mango Crepes with Vanilla Ice Cream and Nutella Sauce


Crepes Suzette


Holiday Crepe Cake


Prosciutto and Goat Cheese Crepe with Tomato-Vodka Sauce




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