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Breakfast And Dessert Crepes

Updated on September 9, 2014

Crepe Recipes For Breakfast, Snack, Or Dessert!


Crepes. Mmmmm....! So light. So delicate. So heavenly!

Yet crepes are easier to make than you might think!

On this page, you'll find my basic recipe for crepes, as well as several toppings and fillings recipes for breakfast, dessert, and sweet snack crepes.

My favorite? Hmm..that's a tough one! I really love the honey and lemon crepes.....but the banana and dark chocolate chips crepes and the fresh fruit crepes are incredible too. There are so many others to choose from on this page, picking a single favorite would be hard! Why don't you try a few and let me know what you like best?

If you're looking for savory crepes for lunch, dinner, or a quick delicious snack, those can be found on my Savory Crepe Recipes page.





NOTE: This webpage is in the process of moving to a new online home. Please pardon any mess that may result from this move! I'll get the page tidied back up again asap.

What You'll Find On This Page - Crepe Recipes, Crepe Pans, and More

Recipes On This Page

Basic Crepe Recipe

Cinnamon Apple Crepes

Chocolate Banana Dessert Crepes Recipe

Chocolate Crepes

Fresh Fruit Crepes

Jam Filled Crepes

Egg - Bell Pepper Crepes

Youtube: French Crepe recipes

Lemon and Honey Crepes


Savory dinner crepe recipes, like the Quesadilla crepe pictured here, can be found on my Savory Lunch And Dinner Crepes page.




Basic Crepe Recipe

Use Whole Wheat Flour, White Flour, Or A Combination Of Both

Basic Crepe Recipe

1 cup all purpose flour or whole wheat flour

3 tsp sugar (optional)

1/4 tsp salt

1 1/2 cup (to 1 3/4 cup) water

1 egg

vegetable oil or cooking spray

Mix all the ingredients into a medium sized mixing bowl. The batter should be much thinner than for pancakes. For really smooth crepes, process the batter in a food processor or with a hand-held wand. (In the interest of having less clean up to do, I usually just skip this step, mashing out the lumps with the side of my spoon against the bowl.)

Preheat a pan on medium heat with a very small amount of vegetable oil. The oil should just barely mist the bottom of the pan. When the pan is warm, pick it up off the stove and hold it while you pour a small amount of batter (about 1/4 cup..although I don't measure it) into it. As you are pouring the batter, tilt the pan slowly in all directions so that the batter spreads in a very thin layer across the bottom.When the edges start peeling away from the pan, or when they become lightly golden (whichever comes first), gently loosen the crepe with a spatula and then flip the crepe over in the pan. The second side should cook much more quickly, so don't get distracted and let it cook too long. In my opinion, the best, most delicate and delicious crepes are cooked until they have only just a hint of color.

A Few Crepe Making And Storing Tips

Also see: Illustrated Crepe Making Tips and Hints

Cinnamon Apple Crepes - Raisins, nuts, and powered sugar are optional...

Cinnamon Apple Crepes

Crepe Batter

1 cup regular flour or whole wheat flour

1/4 tsp salt

1 1/2 cups water

1 egg

1 TBSP Apple Juice Concentrate

1/4 tsp ground cinnamon (optional)

vegetable oil or cooking spray

Filling

Apples (1 apple for every two crepes)

About 3 tsps of water for cooking apples

Honey

Optional Items For Filling:

Raisins

Pecans or walnuts

Powdered Sugar

Cinnamon

Peel and slice the apples (about 1/4 inch wide). Cook in a very small amount of water (or try cooking in apple juice) in a small pot on the stove for about 3 minutes, or until tender.

While the apples are cooking, mix all the crepe batter ingredients (except the oil) into a medium sized mixing bowl. The batter should be much thinner than for pancakes. Add additional water or frozen apple juice concentrate, a tsp or so at a time, until the batter is thin.

Preheat a pan on medium heat with a very small amount of vegetable oil. The oil should just barely mist the bottom of the pan. When the pan is warm, pick it up off the stove and hold it while you pour a small amount of batter (about 1/4 cup..although I don't measure it) into the pan. As you are pouring the batter, tilt the pan slowly in all directions so that the batter spreads in a very thin layer across the bottom. When the edges start peeling away from the pan, or when the edges become lightly golden (whichever comes first), gently loosen the crepe with a spatula and flip the crepe over in the pan. The second side should cook much more quickly. In my opinion, the best, most delicate and delicious crepes are cooked until they have only just a hint of color.

Remove the crepe from the pan and place on a plate. Add several slices of cooked apples in a line across the center of the crepe. Drizzle with honey. Add any of the following items that you'd like: a sprinkle of cinnamon, nuts, or raisins. Roll the crepe up, and top with additional filling items, including a sprinkling of powdered sugar on the top, if you'd like.

A Few Crepe Making And Storing Tips

Also see: Illustrated Crepe Making Tips and Hints

Cinnamon Apple Crepe With Raisins, Pecans, And Powdered Sugar

De Buyer Pancake / Crepe Pan - Blue Steel, 20 cm - An excellent pan for making crepes!

Crepe pans need to have low, slanted sides. If they don't, it's very difficult to flip the crepes over without destroying them. They also need to be non-stick.


HIC Crepe Pan, Blue Steel, Made in France, 8-Inch
HIC Crepe Pan, Blue Steel, Made in France, 8-Inch

The De Buyer Pancake / Crepe Pan is a high quality blue steel pan. It is non-stick, but without the chemicals involved in most non-stick pans.

 

Chocolate Banana Dessert Crepes Recipe - Mmm...chocolate and bananas!

Chocolate Banana Dessert Crepes

One batch of uncooked crepes (Basic Crepe Recipe)

2 bananas

dark chocolate chips

To make Chocolate Banana Dessert Crepes, prepare a batch of the basic dessert crepe recipe. After the crepe has fully cooked on one side, flip it over and slice 5 or so pieces of bananas onto the crepe into the pan. Lay chocolate chips on top of and around the banana slices. Roll the crepe while it's in the pan (or fold it in half if you prefer), holding it closed with the spatula if necessary. After a couple of minutes, remove the crepe from the pan. The chocolate chips should be at least partly melted...and oh so yummy! Serve and eat!

Note: You can either stack the plain, unrolled crepes as you make them, separating each with a piece of parchment paper or wax paper, or completely prepare (fill) each crepe before moving on to the next. If you prefer to precook all the crepes before filling them with the chocolate and banana slices, when you are ready to fill them, simply return one crepe at a time to the preheated pan, top with banana slices and chocolate, roll or fold, and wait a minute or two.


A Double Decker Chocolate Banana Crepe

To create a Double Decker Chocolate Banana Crepe like the one shown above, make a Chocolate Banana Crepe following the instructions above, folding it in half, rather than rolling it. Cut the folded crepe in half and place one triangle on top of the other. That's it!

A Few Crepe Making And Storing Tips

Also see: Illustrated Crepe Making Tips and Hints

Dark Chocolate Chips! - Studies say dark chocolate is heart healthy and provides other health benefits too!

Dark chocolate contains flavonoids which scientists feel help protect us from disease by increasing our production of certain enzymes. Here are some of the health benefits scientists believe we can gain from eating dark chocolate.

* lessens our risk of stroke or heart attack

* lowers blood pressure

* lowers cholesterol

* may lessen risk of certain cancers

* improves insulin resistance

* decreases arthritic inflammation and pain

* aids in relaxation via the serotonin they contain, and via endorphin production

It is believed that consuming milk along with your chocolate lessens the health benefits, and also that the greater the percentage of cocoa in the product, the healthier it is.

Dark Chocolate Chips (1 Pound Bag)
Dark Chocolate Chips (1 Pound Bag)

Ingredients: Sugar, Chocolate Liquor, Cocoa Butter, Anhydrous Dextrose, Soya Lecithin, Vanilla Extract.

Contains: Milk and Soy Ingredients.

 

Chocolate Crepes - What will you fill your chocolate crepes with? Strawberries? Nutella? Chocolate chips and bananas?

Chocolate Crepe


1 cup all purpose flour or whole wheat flour

3 tsps cocoa

2 tsp sugar

1/4 tsp salt

1 1/2 cups water or milk

1 egg

Mix all the ingredients together. The batter should be much thinner than for pancakes. For really smooth crepes, process the batter in a food processor or with a hand-held wand. (In the interest of having less clean up to do, I usually just skip this step, mashing out the lumps with the side of my spoon against the bowl instead.)

Preheat a pan on medium heat with a very small amount of vegetable oil. The oil should just barely mist the bottom of the pan. When the pan is warm, pick it up off the stove and hold it while you pour a small amount of batter (about 1/4 cup..although I don't measure it) into it. As you are pouring the batter, tilt the pan slowly in all directions so that the batter spreads in a very thin layer across the bottom.When the edges start peeling away from the pan, gently loosen the crepe with a spatula and then flip the crepe over in the pan. The second side should cook much more quickly, so don't get distracted and let it cook too long.

Suggested fillings:

Nutella Hazelnut Spread with strawberries or bananas

Dark chocolate chips and bananas (partially melting the chips on top of the crepe in the pan)

Dark chocolate chips and strawberries (partially melting the chips on the crepe)

Yogurt and strawberries

Cream cheese and strawberries

Peanut butter and bananas

Chopped nuts (almonds, pecans, walnuts, peanuts, or other nuts)

All-fruit strawberry jelly, topped with fresh sliced strawberries or bananas

Ice Cream

Suggested toppings:

Chocolate syrup

Sliced strawberries or bananas

Powdered sugar

Carmel sauce

Whipped topping

Strawberry syrup

Ice Cream


First Time Making Crepes?

If this is your first time making crepes, I suggest you start with one of the crepes that are filled after they've been removed from the pan, such as the jam filled crepes, fresh fruit crepes, or Nutella Crepes.

Fresh Fruit Crepes - Strawberries, bananas, blueberries, raspberries, or other fruit!

Fresh Fruit Crepes



1 batch of crepes (Basic Crepe Recipe)

Fresh Fruit of your choice

Place sliced strawberries, banana slices, and blueberries (or other fruits of your choice) in little bowls on the table. Each person places his choice(s) of fresh fruit onto his crepe and rolls it up, eating it immediately. You can use just one type of fruit per crepe, or add any combination you'd like. My family loves adding all three - strawberries, blueberries, and bananas - to the same crepe!

Variation:

For variety, try filling and folding your crepes while they're still in the pan (after the crepe has been flipped over and partially cooked on the second side). The fruit gets a little warmer that way.

Jam Filled Crepes

Crepes filled with jam or jelly make great breakfast, snack, or dessert crepes! Use the basic crepe recipe. Spread your choice of jam or jelly over the entire top of the unrolled crepe. Then roll it up and enjoy!

For my own self, I prefer grape jelly if the crepe is still warm, but strawberry or peach jelly if the crepe has cooled off some.


Also, contrary to what you might think, I find that a thin layer of jelly on a crepe tastes better than a thicker layer!



What's your favorite flavor? - Jams, Marmalades, Preserves....

6-Jar Variety Pack: Favorite Jams & Jellies
6-Jar Variety Pack: Favorite Jams & Jellies

Includes: Damson Plum Jam, Red Raspberry Jam with seeds, Concord Grape Jelly, Blackberry Seedless Jam, Boysenberry Seedless Jam, and Quince Jelly.

 
6-Jar Variety Pack: Marmalades & Conserves
6-Jar Variety Pack: Marmalades & Conserves

Includes: Seville Orange Marmalade, Sweet Orange Marmalade, Lemon Marmalade, Cranberry Conserves, Rhubarb-Orange Conserves, and Ginger Preserves

 
6-Jar Variety Pack: Berry Pack
6-Jar Variety Pack: Berry Pack

Includes: Blackberry Seedless Jam, Blueberry Preserves, Boysenberry Seedless Jam, Raspberry Seedless Jam, Elderberry Jelly, and Cranberry Conserves

 
6-Jar Variety Pack: Favorite Preserves
6-Jar Variety Pack: Favorite Preserves

Includes: Apricot-Pineapple Preserves, Apricot Preserves, Peach Preserves, Rhubarb-Strawberry Preserves, Cherry Preserves, and Blueberry Preserves

 

Egg - Bell Pepper Crepes - Or use your favorite veggie(s)! Onion? Asparagus? Peas?

Egg - Bell Pepper Crepes

Filling

Cooked Scrambled eggs (1 or 2 eggs per crepe)

Bell pepper (or other veggie of your choice)


Whole Wheat Crepes or Dinner Crepes

1 cup whole wheat flour or white flour

1/4 tsp salt

1 1/2 cup (to 1 3/4 cup) water

1 egg

vegetable oil or cooking spray

Mix all the crepe batter ingredients into a medium sized mixing bowl. The batter should be much thinner than for pancakes. For really smooth crepes, process the batter in a food processor or with a hand-held wand. (In the interest of having less clean up to do, I usually just skip this step, mashing out the lumps with the side of my spoon against the bowl.)

Preheat a pan on medium heat with a very small amount of vegetable oil. The oil should just barely mist the bottom of the pan. When the pan is warm, pick it up off the stove and hold it while you pour a small amount of batter (about 1/4 cup..although I don't measure it) into it. As you are pouring the batter, tilt the pan slowly in all directions so that the batter spreads in a very thin layer across the bottom.When the edges start peeling away from the pan, or when the edges become lightly golden (whichever comes first), gently loosen the crepe with a spatula and flip the crepe over in the pan.

Place the bell pepper (or other veggie) onto one half of the crepe. Lay the scrambled eggs on top of that. Continue cooking the bottom of the crepe. After about a minute, fold the empty side of the crepe over the bell pepper and eggs, so that it resembles a taco with filling inside. You can serve it immediately, or cook it another minute. (If the scrambled eggs are leftover and have been in the refrigerator, cook the crepe with the eggs inside until the eggs are as warm as you'd like.)


French Crepes - Including several recipes

Lemon Crepes

Honey and lemon!

Lemon Crepes

1 batch of crepes (Basic Crepe Recipe)

honey

lemon

In the youtube video above, one of the suggestions is to fill the crepe with a dusting of sugar and then a few squeezes of bottled lemon juice. I adapted that recipe to using honey and fresh squeezed lemons, and loved it! Just drizzle honey over the inside of the crepe, squeeze the juice of 1/4 of a lemon on top of the honey, roll it up and enjoy! It's really good!!


Chocolate-Strawberry-Yogurt Crepe - made with a whole wheat chocolate crepe


This is a Whole Wheat Chocolate Crepe (a crepe made using whole wheat flour and cocoa) filled with dark chocolate chips (see note below) and fresh strawberry slices. It was topped with vanilla yogurt, chocolate syrup, and more strawberry slices! Yummmm!

Note: To easily melt the dark chocolate chips without a lot of mess, simply place them directly onto the crepe as soon as you flip the crepe, to allow them to melt while the second side of the crepe is cooking!

Crepes à Paris - Would you like to watch how they make crepes in Paris?

This short video shows how a Paris street vendor makes crepes with Nutella.

Nutella - Hazelnut Spread

I was only very recently introduced to Nutella, but found it to be quite delicious! Nutella is a very smooth and creamy spread made out of cocoa, hazelnuts, sugar, skim milk, vanillin, and a few other ingredients. To me, it tastes like a chocolate candy bar!

Many people use nutella on bread or crepes or as a dip for fruit. I've also heard of it being spread on a sandwich with peanut butter.

Nutella is great along with strawberries or bananas on crepes. How about a dollop of whip topping on the top?

Nutella Chocolate Hazelnut Spread 35.3oz Jar
Nutella Chocolate Hazelnut Spread 35.3oz Jar

As you can see in the Paris crepes video above, crepes can be cooked and then simply spread with nutella. They're quite delicious! Or you can great creative and add other ingredients too, such as strawberries, nuts, caramel topping, peanut butter, whipped topping, ice cream, yogurt, etc. Why not try Nutella on a chocolate crepe?

 

Chocolate - Peanut Butter Crepes - (Bananas are optional)

Chocolate - Peanut Butter Crepes


1 batch of crepes (Basic Crepe Recipe)

Peanut Butter

Dark Chocolate Chips

Honey or powdered sugar

banana slices (optional)


Begin preparing crepes as normal (adding the optional sugar to the batter for this recipe), but as soon as you flip a crepe over to cook the second side, spread the top side with peanut butter and then place dark chocolate chips on the peanut butter, gently pushing them down into the peanut butter a little. When the chocolate chips have mostly melted, spread the chocolate around gently with the back of a spoon. (Spreading the chocolate is optional, as it will get somewhat spread when you roll or fold the crepe anyway.) If you'd like to add honey, powdered sugar, and/or banana slices to the filling, do so now. Then roll up or fold your crepe. Drizzle with additional honey, and/or powdered sugar, and enjoy!

For A Heavenly Dessert Crepe - Try my latest crepe recipe:

Crepes - the "all-you-need-to-know" complete guide to making crepes
Crepes - the "all-you-need-to-know" complete guide to making crepes

This complete guide to making crepes is available for the Kindle!

 

What's your favorite type of breakfast or dessert crepe? - If you've tried some of the recipes, what did you enjoy the most? If you've not tried any, which one

We'd love to hear more about your favorites in the guestbook!

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      asereht1970 3 years ago

      Nice pics. Looks delicious.

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      Cheryl Fay Mikesell 3 years ago from Ladysmith, WI

      Looks good! I could eat them anytime of the day.

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      Paula Hite 3 years ago from Virginia

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Recipes look great - nice lens

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      Auriel 4 years ago

      i love sweet foods..great lens

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      audrey07 4 years ago

      I haven't made one before but whenever I order a crepe, it would be the banana with chocolate one. That's just yummy!

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      chickie99 4 years ago

      chocolate crepes with bananas~~~doesn't get much better!

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      john9229 4 years ago

      Yummy! I'm having my breakfast now....

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      James1978 4 years ago

      I've always stuck to savoury crepes, but those chocolate ones look so nice, I'm keen to try to find out what they taste like.

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      LiliLove 4 years ago

      Looks very delicious! Wonderful lens - blessed by a Squid Angel :)!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      The Chocolate Peanut Butter Crepes looks delightful. Yummy!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Its my pleasure to return to this breakfast crepe delight with fresh angel dusting that is guaranteed to not change the taste or add any calories....

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      Mary Crowther 4 years ago from Havre de Grace

      They all look so delicious, I could live on these!

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      MBradley McCauley 4 years ago

      One of my daughters recently opened a coffee house that serves crepes as their specialty. Am sending her a link to this fabulous lens. I know she will be trying some of your recipes.

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      kranks35 4 years ago

      @victoriahaneveer: Yes it is for the chefs at heart

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      Mysticy 4 years ago

      Just make plain crepes before I read this lens....soon will practice recipes in this lens.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I have never had a crepe. They look delicious!

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      AgingSoul 4 years ago

      Must try some of these and replace my sandwich and tea breakfast. Chocolate Crepes look very tempting!!!

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      Moe Wood 4 years ago from Eastern Ontario

      The chocolate banana crepes look especially interesting today. :D

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      alexilady lm 4 years ago

      I could eat this lens up!

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      rawwwwwws lm 4 years ago

      Blessed! Such a great lens, I featured your lens on my "Level Up!" lens.

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      whats4dinner 4 years ago

      almost all of the crepe recipes are very easy to follow. the only difference is that i can't make the perfect batter. sometimes i make it too thin and it just falls out. will try out these recipes. thanks!!

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      mistaben 4 years ago

      These are so yummy.

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      victoriahaneveer 4 years ago

      I liked this lens. Very informative.

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      SquidooPower 4 years ago

      I think my wife would love these

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      This looks very delicious

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      i love crepes, nice recipes!

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      RosaMorelli 4 years ago

      Mmmmm ... I love crepes, so many delicious fillings to try - I'd better get busy :)

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      VspaBotanicals 4 years ago

      A wonderful lens. Thanks for the recipes.

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      Barbara Walton 4 years ago from France

      I run a B&B so I'm always on the look out for gorgeous looking breakfast recipes like this. Looks wonderful.

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      barbiefashionistas 4 years ago

      Crepes taste always delicious, no matter what time of the day it is.

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      NaturalLifeCoach 4 years ago

      When I was younger, my best friend's mother would always invite me over for dinner to have "Palachinki" filled with strawberries and other fruits. I used to love to eat breakfast foods at dinner time!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I love a food lens with great photos like these! Makes me want to have crepes morning, noon and night.

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      siobhanryan 4 years ago

      The last time I had crepes for breakfast wasin America 21 years ago-Blessed

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      Virginia Allain 4 years ago from Central Florida

      My husband grew up eating crepes for breakfast. He made them a few times for me. Lovely.

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      hankmolini 4 years ago

      Crepes are my favorite for breakfast and dinner! Great recipe, I have to try this at home. Thanks for sharing!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      elegantemente delicioso

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      DigbyAdams 4 years ago

      I'm an apple crepe lover too!

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      Thamisgith 4 years ago

      They all look mouth-wateringly good! I think I like the look of the apple/cinammon ones best (but it's close, damn close).

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      dellgirl 4 years ago

      Delicious lens, Congratulations on getting Purple Star for this **Fantastic** lens!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Crepes are my favourite food.

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      daniela-lofiego 5 years ago

      I really loved this lens! So so.. delicious! Thanks for all the recipes! :D

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      Jen withFlash 5 years ago

      I think that crepes are one of my absolute favorite foods ever! I will definitely try some of your recipes. Yum!! They look delicious.

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      ibakir 5 years ago

      ugh lovely and sweeet, I thinking also how about having a pieces of banana inside it :D will looks so testy :D

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      mueedahmad 5 years ago

      Terrific lens. Thanks for sharing.

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      Ashly Rain 5 years ago

      Scrumptious looking...all of it. Really great work.

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      Camden1 5 years ago

      Yummy - the apple cinnamon crepes sound delicious! I sometimes add a little cream cheese mixed with sugar to my fruit-filled crepes.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      excellent lens...

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      chas65 5 years ago

      I had a wonderful lemon and powder sugar crepe at an antique fair in Southern France and it was made like the video showing how they make them in Paris. Just had to have a crepe while in France.

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      CristianStan 5 years ago

      I've had a crepe before and it was really sweet and delicious. There are so many different recipes that it's difficult to choose one!

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      writerkath 5 years ago

      I have never made crepes - that's my father-in-law's speciatly, and we are always grateful when he makes them for us! :) Beautiful and artistic lens, as well as appetizing! :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      hmm..yummy!

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      winter aconite 5 years ago

      Yum, I so want a chocolate crepe now!!!!!

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      Jackie Block 5 years ago from SE Michigan

      I have loved crepes ever since my trip to Paris years ago. I will give some of your delicious looking recipes a try. Thanks for sharing these with us!

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      Melissa Miotke 5 years ago from Arizona

      I love crepes!

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      rawwwwwws lm 5 years ago

      Yummy Lens! This lens made me want to go out or make some crepes, because i have such a big sweet tooth! Great lens.

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      bjesparza 5 years ago

      The chocolate strawberry one looks great!

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      designworld lm 5 years ago

      Nice crepes they look delicious.

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      indrasan99 lm 5 years ago

      i love crepes, great recipes!

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      oakstreet 5 years ago

      Wow, all your nice pictures and recipes really turns me up and I really feel like to eat and try all of them. Great len, yummy and I "like" it.

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      mumsgather 5 years ago

      Suddenly, I feel really hungry after reading this lens!

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      BestRatedStuff 5 years ago

      Adding this to my recopies collection. I love crepes, and these look delicious.

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      Edwinrocks 5 years ago

      looks nice....

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      Millionairemomma 5 years ago

      What an elegant lens! I loved reading it. Your pics are awesome. I'm trying this for breakfast tomorrow.

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      TheMaya 5 years ago

      Thank you for making me hungry again after I just ate three slices of cake. Really, thanks.

      Those crepes look delicious O______________O

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      nicole-young 5 years ago

      Looks wonderful! My mouth is watering! Great Lens : )

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      Darla Dixon 5 years ago

      Thank you for this wonderful page!

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      DLeighAlexander 5 years ago

      This is a terrific lens in very good taste ;)

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      UKGhostwriter 5 years ago

      very inspirational!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      These are yummy! I love to try making these!

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      biminibahamas 5 years ago

      I have had an awesome crepe called a Palatschinken in Hungary ... filled with ground nuts and chocolate ... oh my .. really the BEST!

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      alex89 lm 5 years ago

      Very Nice lens, I've been making crepes since my mom would let me in the kitchen, so I can vouch for how easy it is. My favorite is just ham and cheese, followed by lemon and sugar or dark chocolate with whipped cream.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      This lens is making me hungry!

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      casquid 5 years ago

      There is an art to making these delights. I am not an artist, but enjoy someone else making one for me!

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      hessa johnson 5 years ago

      Awesome lens! Bookmarked for future reference - thank you!

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      mel-kav 5 years ago

      What a yummy lens. I love crepes!!! Thanks for the recipes. You know I have to try them now!

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      SteveKaye 5 years ago

      You must be a fantastic cook. All of these look so delicious. Yum!!!

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      jammarti 5 years ago

      This is what you called healthy, delicious kind of breakfast! I want to try Easy and Delicious Vegetarian Lasagna.

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      gatornic15 5 years ago

      These recipes look absolutely delicious!

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      DaveGSE 5 years ago

      I love crepes and start everyday with one or two. As you can imagine then I have tried most of the recipes listed here but there are still a couple that have eluded me. I will be trying them very soon! Great lens :)

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      KimGiancaterino 5 years ago

      Yummy ideas. This morning my husband made crepes filled with sour cream and his homemade citrus marmalade. They were so delicious!

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      JStarrB 5 years ago

      You make it sound easy. I'll give it a try.

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      miaponzo 5 years ago

      Back for a blessing and I am TOTALLY going to be trying these recipes when I move into my newly rented house!!! :)

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      mizrae 5 years ago

      My grandmother used to make us crepes when we'd visit as children, but my mother never carried the recipe down the line. I have been looking for years for a good crepe recipe and yours look absolutely divine. I'm probably going to try them all!!!!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Wow - These recipes sound great!

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      SoniaCarew 5 years ago

      Love crepes,... I usually have it with a sugar cinnamon mix filling. LOVE IT!

      Congrats on your home page feaure.

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      Lori Green 5 years ago from Las Vegas

      I can't pick just one. These all look so so good.

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      AgingIntoDisabi 5 years ago

      That apple crepe is to die for. Yum!

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      Kim 5 years ago from Yonkers, NY

      I think I've only had Crepes at IHOP (the 'swedish' passport breakfast with the lingenberries) my Fave

      But I printed out a few of your receipes to try one day. ESP the Peanutbutter chocolate one & we will be including the bananas! (Dad & I Love those sandwiches as a snack!)

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      KarenCookieJar 5 years ago

      I love crepes! I just had a strawberry one recently and a salmon one before that.

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      tomazg 5 years ago

      I love chocolate banana dessert creepes!

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      biggking lm 5 years ago

      looks good!

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      Find-Online 5 years ago

      All these great ideas.. I think I need to make crepes more often now.

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      Little Linda Pinda 5 years ago from Florida

      I love how you use real apples in your crepes instead of canned. So many yummy recipes and beautiful lens too. Now back to Squidu Forum to tell everyone how great this lens is.

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      Cassidy Wadsworth 5 years ago

      Wow, I'm bookmarking this page. These recipes are wonderful! I've been wanting to have a girls' crepe night but haven't known what kind of crepe varieties a person can get away with. This just answered my question. Thank you!

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      kpp2385 5 years ago

      really like your url, short sweet and crisp just like the recipes you have talked about. Great lense

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      WebGenova 5 years ago

      Fresh fruit crepes. Slurp!

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      ResearchAddict 5 years ago

      Looks soooooooooooooo yummy!

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      rachelscott 5 years ago

      Your lens make me hungry. Superb lens

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      So glad you mentioned Nutella, it's the best chocolate spread ever!