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Savory Lunch And Dinner Crepe Recipes

Updated on September 10, 2014

Hungry For A Meal? Try A Savory Crepe! Hey, You Can Still Have That Sweet Crepe For Dessert Later!

This webpage is home to several savory crepe recipes. Savory crepes make great meals for lunch or dinner, yet are simple enough for a quick, afternoon snack!

My personal favorite? The Quesadilla Crepe! (pictured above) It's a lot like a quesadilla, filled with your choice of onions, green peppers, black or pinto beans, corn, cheese, avocado, etc. Yet instead of wrapping it up in a tortilla, it's all folded into a scrumptious homemade crepe! You wouldn't believe how simple and delicious these are!

My savory crepe recipes can be found below. Just scroll down the page, or look for specific recipes in the Table of Contents!

If you're looking for breakfast or dessert crepe ideas instead, there are quite a number of those on my Breakfast and Dessert Crepe page, as well as my Double Decker Dessert Crepes page. TheEgg and Bell Pepper Crepes on my Breakfast Crepe page might be a nice choice for lunch or dinner as well!

You'll find several crepe making and storing tips, along with crepe makers, crepe spatulas, crepe pans, vegan crepe recipes, gluten-free recipes and many other things related to crepes on the home page of this site: Crepe Central.

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Savory Crepes

Basic Dinner Crepe Recipe

This is the basic recipe for the crepes themselves. Some suggested filling ideas can be found below it.


1 cup whole wheat flour or all purpose flour

1/4 tsp salt

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

1 egg

vegetable oil or cooking spray

Optional - Try adding fresh or dried herbs to the batter.


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 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.

A Few Crepe Making And Storing Tips

Also see: Illustrated Crepe Making Directions and Tips

Cheesy Potatoes & Other Veggies Dinner Crepes Recipe - Crepes with broccoli, onion, mushrooms, zucchini, bell pepper, potatoes, and cheese.

Cheesy Potatoes & Other Veggies Dinner Crepes

2 large baking potatoes

1 large yellow onion, chopped

1/2 bell pepper

1 zucchini

2 cups of fresh broccoli

6 or 7 mushrooms

vegetable oil for sauteing

1 cup of cheddar cheese, or to taste (optional)

salt and pepper to taste

1 batch of the Basic Crepes Recipe

Peel and chop potatoes. Steam them for about 10 to 15 minutes, or until just tender, but not soft. While the potatoes are cooking, sauté the onion and bell pepper in oil in a large skillet until soft. Add the potatoes to the onions and bell pepper. Add salt and pepper to taste. Continue to cook over medium heat, stirring often, until the potatoes are soft. Steam the mushrooms, zucchini, and broccoli about five minutes. Add the mushrooms, zucchini and broccoli to the skillet.

Prepare the Basic Dinner Crepes. Each person places a crepe on his plate, fills it with a row of veggies (see picture above), adds cheese, and rolls it up. Additional cheese can be added on top of the rolled crepe, if you'd like!

Crepes Mexicani

Mexican Flavored Crepes - What toppings would you like on yours?

Aren't crepes supposed to be French? Perhaps so, but they make nice wraps for Mexican foods too! I love the delicate taste of a crepe in place of a tortilla! It makes the dish seem much lighter to me! Homemade crepes are healthier than store-bought tortillas too! And it takes only minutes to make them - seriously!

The crepe pictured here contains scrambled eggs, bell pepper, onions, black beans, cheddar cheese, and salsa. I would have added avocado slices or guacamole too, if I'd had some on hand. You can use whatever ingredients you like on burritos. I've listed a few suggestions below.

Crepes Mexicani


1 batch of the basic crepe recipe

Choose as many of the following as you'd like for the filling and topping:

scrambled eggs

sauteed or raw bell pepper

sauteed or raw onion

black beans, pinto beans, kidney beans, or refried beans


cheddar or monterrey jack cheese

melted cheese sauce

cut corn

fresh avocado slices


chili peppers



sour cream

And anything else you enjoy on burritos!


Make the crepes, add the filling, roll 'em up, add any toppings you'd like, and they're ready to eat!

Need A Crepe Pan?

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

Paderno World Cuisine Blue Carbon Steel Crepe Pan/8 1/2" Induction Ready Pancake Pan
Paderno World Cuisine Blue Carbon Steel Crepe Pan/8 1/2" Induction Ready Pancake Pan

This is an excellent crepe pan that's made of blue carbon steel. This pan has low sides which aids in turning the crepes. (Because crepes go all the way to the edge of the pan, having a pan with low sides is really important. Otherwise, the sides get in the way.)This crepe pan has a 1/8 inch thickness, for better distribution of heat!

Calphalon C1210P Commercial Nonstick 10-Inch International Griddle/Crepe Pan
Calphalon C1210P Commercial Nonstick 10-Inch International Griddle/Crepe Pan

This pan can be used for a variety of things. It can even be used in the oven up to 450 degrees F.


A Larger Crepe Pan / Griddle - For cooking crepes, tortillas, omelets, French toast, and more

Do you prefer larger crepes, or smaller ones? This pan makes larger crepes. I find it to be a little easier for beginners to make smaller crepes (with a smaller sized pan), but whether you are a beginner or not, if you're interested in making large crepes, this may be the pan for which you're looking.

Quesadilla-Style Crepe - Another Mexican Inspired Crepe Recipe

Quesadilla Crepes

Quesadilla Crepes are similar to Mexicani Crepes, except that I add the filling ingredients to the crepe while it is finishing cooking. This allows the cheese inside the crepe to get melted, and the cheese on the outside of the crepe to at least get started melting! The taste is very much like a quesadilla, only lighter.

In the quesadilla crepe shown above, I used whole wheat crepes, bell pepper, red onion, corn, cheddar cheese, black beans, and fresh avocado. My quesadilla crepe is still in the pan cooking in the photo above, but after placing it on a plate, I added salsa to the top.

Feel free to use whatever quesadilla ingredients you prefer in yours!


1 batch of the basic crepes recipe batter (Don't cook the batter into crepes yet).

cheddar cheese or monterrey jack cheese, grated

other filling ingredients of your choice

(See photo and text above, as well as Crepes Mexicani, for possible ideas.)

Salsa, guacamole, sour cream, or other topping of your choice (optional)


Have all of your filling ingredients grated or chopped, and ready to add. Pour a small amount of crepe batter onto the pan, tilting the pan so that the batter covers the bottom of the pan in a thin layer. When the edges of crepe starts to pull away from the pan, flip the crepe over and immediately add the grated cheese to one half of the top of the crepe. Put the other filling ingredients on top of the cheese, then fold the crepe over, so that the empty half of the crepe covers the filling, creating what somewhat resembles a taco. If you are adding cheese to the top of the crepe, do so now. The cheese inside the crepe will melt quickly, but the cheese on the top will take a little longer. You can speed the process up by adding a lid to your pan, and by using very finely grated cheese. Of course, it tastes great whether the cheese on top melts very much or not!!

Broccoli Cheese Crepes

Broccoli Cheese Crepes


Broccoli (five to seven bite sized pieces per crepe)

Cheddar cheese (I use reduced fat cheese.)

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


Wash and cut broccoli into bite sized pieces. Steam in a steamer basket on the stove until tender (about 3 minutes). While the broccoli is steaming, grate the amount of cheddar cheese you'd like to use for the filling and the topping of the crepe. (Or you can cut thin slices of cheese for the filling and grate only the amount you want for the topping.) I don't measure my cheese, but usually use about 5 thin slices of cheese for the filling and about 1/8 of a cup of grated cheese for the topping.

Preheat a pan with low, slanted slides on medium heat, using a very small amount of vegetable oil on the bottom of the pan. If you get too much oil, wipe some of it out, or your first crepe won't turn out well. The oil should only barely cover the bottom of the pan. Mix the flour, salt, water, and egg into a small bowl, mashing out any lumps you see. Pour a small amount of crepe batter onto the preheated pan, turning the pan while you pour to spread the batter in thin layer all over the bottom of the pan. When the edges of the crepe start to pull away from the pan, carefully flip the crepe over.

Immediately after you flip the crepe, add the thin cheese slices (or some of the grated cheese, if you've grated it all) to one half of the crepe. Put the steamed broccoli on top of the cheese. Wait thirty seconds to one minute, and fold the empty half of the crepe over the broccoli and cheese side of the crepe. Immediately add the grated cheese to the top of the folded crepe and cover your pan with a lid. When the cheese is melted to your liking, remove the crepe from the pan and enjoy!

Baked Potato Crepes - A great way to use up leftover baked potatoes!

Baked Potato Crepes



baked potato (leftover baked potato from the fridge is fine)

salt, pepper, herbs, or other seasonings to taste

Your choice of as many of the following as you'd like:

cheddar, mozzarella or other cheese, grated

sour cream

green peas, cooked

bell pepper, chopped

red onion, chopped

any other things you enjoy as toppings on baked potatoes

Crepe batter

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 for the pan


Mix all the crepe batter ingredients into a medium sized mixing bowl. The batter should be much thinner than for pancakes.

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. This is the time to add your filling ingredients!

If you are using cheese, place that directly on one half of the side of the crepe that is facing up, as the other side of the crepe is starting to cook. Next lay pieces of baked potato on top of that. Add salt, pepper, or other seasonings, followed by any other filling ingredients you'd like to add. Fold the crepe in half and top with grated cheese, if desired. Cover the crepe with a lid to hasten the melting of the cheese on top. (Or you can add the grated cheese on the top after placing the crepe on the plate, although it won't melt much that way.) When the cheese inside the crepe is mostly melted, the crepe is ready to eat!

My other webpages about crepes - Sweet Crepe Recipes! Tips and Techniques! Crepe Pans and Makers! Crepe Cookbooks!

1. Crepe Central

* tips on making and storing crepes

* crepe makers

* crepe cookbooks

* more choices of crepe pans

* vegan crepe recipes

* gluten-free crepe recipes

2. Breakfast and Dessert Crepes

* recipes for breakfast crepes

* recipes for dessert or snack crepes

3. Double Decker Strawberry, Banana, and Chocolate Crepes

*A particular type of sweet crepe. These have 2 layers stacked on top of each other!

*Detailed illustrated instructions on how to make crepes.

*Tips for what to do when your crepes tear or wrinkle

A Complete Guide to Making Crepes - All You Need To Know For Making Crepes

If you're looking for more crepe recipes, you'll find some sweet and savory ones in this cookbook.

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 book is for the kindle! Did you know that you can download a free "Kindle for PC" from Amazon and use it to read kindle books on your computer?


Are you a vegetarian? Vegan? Meat eater?

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A Crepe Cookbook (for the crepe lovers of the world!) - Beware! Reading this might make you hungry!

Do these sound good? Spiced Tangerine Crepes Susette. Mixed Berry Crepes with Ginger and Mascarpone. Bittersweet Chocolate Whipped Cream Crepes With Mocha Sauce. Roasted Pineapple Crepes With Toasted Coconut Macadamia Crunch and Spiced Rum-Butter Sauce.

How about: Spiced Indian Potato and Chickpea Crepes? Crepes with Sauteed Pears, Aged Gouda, and Fresh Thyme. Hummus, Roasted Red Pepper, and Feta Crepes. Roasted Eggplant, Tomato, and Garlic Crepes.

And the list goes on an on.... There's 50 of them!

Are you hungry from reading the list of crepes you can make from this book? I am!

Crepes: 50 Savory and Sweet Recipes
Crepes: 50 Savory and Sweet Recipes

50 Savory and Sweet Crepe Recipes For You To Try!


More Vegetarian Crepe Recipes

© 2009 JanieceTobey

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      Kristen Howe 3 years ago from Northeast Ohio

      Delicious recipes for crepes to have for lunch or dinner. I would love to try them all sometime. Voted up!

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      Paula Hite 4 years ago from Virginia

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      ssphia 4 years ago

      Great recipes, sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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      mommyplus3kids 4 years ago

      WoW thanks. I really needed some new ideas and this lens really help. Thanks for sharing

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      MaiAki 4 years ago

      omg the quesadilla crepe!!!

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      Cynthia Haltom 5 years ago from Diamondhead

      Yummy yummy, love crepes but never seem to make them since the kids are grown.

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      LadyDuck 5 years ago

      I love crêpes, I usually made Crêpes Suzettes for dessert. As a main dish I love mushroom crêpes or shrimps crêpes, they are so good.

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      Birthday Wishes 5 years ago from Here

      Thanks a lot for sharing all those wonderful crepe recipes! Wonderful lens!!!

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      Harpreetdesignerdeep 5 years ago

      Crepe Recipe is one of my favorite recipes. This is a very delicious and delicate recipe. i Love to eat it... thank you for sharing a great lens with us.....

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      JanieceTobey 5 years ago

      @kathysart: Yes, you can make them from coconut flour! I have a recipe for that, although I've not yet tried it. I'll try it soon and let you know how it goes! (I do make other things with coconut flour, such as pancakes and muffins.)

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      kathysart 5 years ago

      I LOVE LOVE crepes. I am on Atkins.. humm I wonder if I can make them with coconut flour. Great lens and now I am starving!! :D

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      mamabrat lm 5 years ago

      These look yummy. I will definitely have to try a few.

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      Auriel 5 years ago

      yummy, i like the recipes.

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      petertraoassi2 5 years ago

      I think savory crepes balance out all the juicing and vegetable broth we are eating these days! Thank you.

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      JanieceTobey 5 years ago

      @Alessandro Zambon: Glad you got some new crepe ideas! Thanks for commenting on my banana and chocolate crepe! It's one of my favorites too! For those who are interested, you can find it here: or a double decker crepe recipe with bananas, strawberries, and chocolate here:

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      Alessandro Zamboni 5 years ago from Italy

      Crepes are wonderful with anything, and this lens gave me many examples :) I know this lens is about salty crepes, but if you like also sweet crepes, try the banana and chocolate one, it's huge!

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      kabbalah lm 5 years ago

      It's hard to find a creperie these days. When I was growing up I used to eat at one called the crepe bretonne, where they had delicious crepes & french onion soup. Crepes are yummy

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      mrknowitall54321 5 years ago

      Now i'm hungry, I gotta go eat.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Stopping back and able to leave some fresh angel dust on this mouth was doing back flips all the way down....savory!

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      bamascents lm 5 years ago

      Some of these are now on my must try list! They look so savory, my mouth is watering!

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      AlleyCatLane 5 years ago

      Wow! These all look so delicious. I think I'll try that quesadilla one for sure. Blessed!

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      applejacking 5 years ago

      Crepes Mexicani with extra sauce and super spicy. hahaha. It's become coffee replacement and make me stay awake this night

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      MartieG aka 'survivoryea' 5 years ago from Jersey Shore

      All of your crepe recipes sound wonderful but I will definitely try your Quesadilla one! Nicely done :>)


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      Peggy Hazelwood 5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      These all sound so delicious! Crepes are so light and yummy!

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      Vikki 5 years ago from US

      Every time I come over to visit you, I get so hungry! lol Your recipes always sound yummy. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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      Ramona 5 years ago from Arkansas

      My grandmother always made crepes for me when I was a little girl. She would smear Strawberry jelly in them. Sometimes we would take the plain crepes, roll them and cut them into thin strips. Then we would put a handful into a nice hot beefy soup in place of noodles! Delicious...Such a lovely lens. Thank you for sharing and bringing back good memories for me.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      It looks delicious.

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      Kathryn Grace 5 years ago from San Francisco

      Fabulous collection of recipes! Can't wait to try some of these. Think I'll start with that no-cook avocado corn salsa.

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      TheTutor LM 5 years ago

      I have just recently "discovered" crepes and how easy they are and tasty to make. I will definitely be adding some of your yummy recipes to my collection!

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      roniescritora 5 years ago

      Qué bueno todo! muy buenas ideas.

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      MrsMcCraw 5 years ago

      Awesome lens, thank you for the ideas :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      nice ideas

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Great Recipes.

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      premss79 5 years ago

      I have never tried crepes at home. But the recipes here induced me to try some crepe recipes. I am going to try any one of the recipe this tuesday.

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      craftycollector 5 years ago

      What Yummy crepes. I just love the pictures. I'll try some of the recipes. My savoury crepes are usually Cheese and ham, garnished with mushrooms.

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      Kapalbility 5 years ago

      Delicious! Love crepes, especially those with straberries and choco! Mmmmm!

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      Deadicated LM 5 years ago

      A most delicious Lens!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Stopping back to let my mouth water over your savory lunch and dinner crepes, a picture does point a thousand delicious words! I'd skip having to clean a food processor to...take that you lumps!

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      henrygdance 5 years ago

      love cooking

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      rawwwwwws lm 5 years ago

      I love savory crepes! Your lens made me hungry. The pictures look delicious, thanks for sharing a wonderful lens.

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      onlybestcooking 5 years ago

      Looks very delicious,thank you

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      fittodo 5 years ago

      Thank u for sharing this delicious article ...

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      LynetteBell 6 years ago from Christchurch, New Zealand

      I love savory crepes! Yummy

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      IQplusone 6 years ago

      I love your cheese lens - great stuff. Thanks for sharing

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      queenofduvetcover 6 years ago

      Looks so delicious! Thank you for sharing!

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      Barbara Walton 6 years ago from France

      I'm defintely going to try a few of these! I've added it to my Make Pancakes recipe so that others can have a go at these too.

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      momsfunny 6 years ago

      Yet another yummy crepes lens, we don't have to enjoy crepes for dessert only

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      Eileen 6 years ago from Western Cape , South Africa

      Thanks for all the recipes - like the spinnach and cheese crepe !

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I have to try the minestrone soup

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      pawpaw911 6 years ago

      I'm going to have to stop looking at lenses with food. Now I'm hungry again. Nicely done.

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      MelonyVaughan 6 years ago

      Lovely recipes! I'll be trying them all! Very interesting combinations - ones that I never would have thought about on my own! Thanks!

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      Miha Gasper 6 years ago from Ljubljana, Slovenia, EU

      Wow, so many variations! I can spend a year trying all of them:-)

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      Angela F 6 years ago from Seattle, WA

      Since I love quesadillas I'd have to say that would be the first type of lunch/dinner crepe I'd make.

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      Tiggered 6 years ago

      I love crepes in all shapes and sizes. Mushroom, onion and cheese are my favourite, but your propositions look delicious too. Will try it out one day

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      baby-strollers 6 years ago

      Who doesn't like crepes? I mean seriously, they are the best!

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      Cheryl D Thomas 6 years ago

      these all look so delicious. I love crepes but don't know a lot of recipes for them but this lens helps with that issue. Great lens!

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      mivvy 6 years ago

      delicious recipes, I am not a vegetarian, but I never eat meet.

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      miaponzo 6 years ago

      I have had mushroom and chicken savory crepes before.. they are delish.. and these sound amazing, too! Blessed!

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      sarahrk lm 6 years ago

      Yum. I love crepes. I will definitely try some of these recipes.

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      Buchamar 6 years ago

      Great Crepes!

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      Mary Crowther 6 years ago from Havre de Grace

      All of the recipes sound so good!Great lens!

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      JoleneBelmain 6 years ago

      Mmmmmm delicious crepe recipes, I will definitely have to try a few of these ;)

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      Rhonda Albom 6 years ago from New Zealand

      Came back to grab a savory crepe recipe for dinner and leave a blessing :)

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      traveller27 6 years ago

      Great lens - blessed by a travelling angel. I don't have crepes often, but I love them.

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      earthybirthymum 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      I haven't had crepes in years. Great Lense!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I'd eat this no problem, 'thumbs up' from this eater!

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      food monkey 6 years ago

      I love crepes! nice lens!

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      SaintFrantic 6 years ago

      It's like pancakes with veggies.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Really good recipes. I'll skip the eggs though!

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      AnneVis 6 years ago

      Great lens - love the vegetarian emphasis! Thanks for sharing!

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      Echo Phoenix 6 years ago

      deliciously beautiful lens, I love Crepes:)

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      greenlife17 6 years ago

      I'm starting vegan diet, this is heaven sent! gotta try all those recipes! yum!

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      lesliesinclair 6 years ago

      Crepes were a stable when I was raising children, but now I'd like a gluten-free recipe so I could enjoy all your enticing fillings. great job!

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      world-traveler 6 years ago

      The food looks delicious and I am now headed to a restaurant that serves Spanish food. Great recipes!

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      RecipePublishing 6 years ago

      Savory treats!

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      RecipePublishing 6 years ago

      Oh so yummy.

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      RecipePublishing 6 years ago

      Thanks for the ideas!

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      iandrzej lm 6 years ago

      looks yummy and tempting as well...

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      JustinLeDrummer 7 years ago

      My sister's vegetarian so I'll show her this

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      little_diddle 7 years ago

      holy crepe! I really wanted to say that! hehehe! I love crepes! I remember the first time I made one was in my home ec class when I was in 8th grade. They go with everything! I can't wait to make some again! Thanks for the great lens!

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      QuinnWolf LM 7 years ago

      My grandmother used to make all kinds of crepe recipes but she called them palachinka.

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      UKGhostwriter 7 years ago

      Great recipe! Fantastic lens

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      sushilkin lm 7 years ago

      I am vegggie food lover.. Thanks for sharing nice Stuff here!!

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      bames24 lm 7 years ago

      will try this soon.... (I have yet to manage thin crepes...) yummy recipes :)

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Great recipes

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      jvsper63 7 years ago

      Thanks for the weight gain. i will be putting Great lens

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      Cheryl Paton 7 years ago from West Virginia

      Great sounding recipes. Deserving of another angel blessing.

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      jamesnodturft 7 years ago

      These look absolutely delicious!

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      MarianaFargasch 7 years ago

      All your recipes look so yummy! Thanks for great lenses! :)

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      greetingcardsinfo 7 years ago

      Another really good quality lens thanks for sharring with us

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      greetingcardsinfo 7 years ago

      Another really good quality lens thanks for sharring with us

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      BadSoulPhotography 7 years ago

      Sounds yummy

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      VarietyWriter2 7 years ago

      Blessed by a SquidAngel :)

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      Angela F 7 years ago from Seattle, WA

      Lots of great ideas - rolling to my Tips for New Cooks lens.

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      rlivermore 7 years ago

      I now know what I'm cooking for dinner tonight! Thanks for the great recipes. I'm heading to my kitchen now.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Wowww...fantastic recipes.....this is what we were serching for.....Thank you so much...Hirantha & Chithrangi from Sri Lanka


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