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Crepes

Crepes

A lot of people are intimidated by crepes because they can be a hard to cook, but once you get the technique down you’ll be cranking out perfect crepes like it’s second nature (and let’s be real, we can eat the ripped crepes, too). If you want a gluten-free option, simply substitute the flour for gluten-free flour — works like a charm!

Recipe adapted from FoodNetwork.com

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: About 25 minutes

Servings: About 12 crepes

Ingredients:

2 large eggs
3/4 cup of milk
1/2 cup of water
1 cup of flour
3 tablespoons of melted butter
2 tablespoons of sugar
1 teaspoon of vanilla

Directions:

1. In a medium bowl, whisk all the ingredients together until fully incorporated — no clumps allowed! If you have a blender, use that instead. Refrigerate the batter for at least 1 hour. This gives the bubbles a chance to subside so the crepes will be less likely to tear.

Photo by Shawn Eliav

2. Grease a 9-inch frying pan with cooking spray or butter, and heat over medium-high heat. When the pan is hot, begin pouring a third of a cup of batter on the top of the pan and continue swirling the batter so it coats the entire bottom of the pan. You can fill in holes with a little extra batter if you need to.

Check out this video on how to make crepes!

3. Cook for about 2o seconds, until the middle bubbles and the edges start to brown.

Photo by Shawn Eliav

4. Flip and cook an additional 20 seconds. Flip the crepe out of the pan, and repeat with the rest of the batter. (Tip: If the edges or first side are browning before the crepe has cooked, turn down the heat.)

Photo by Shawn Eliav

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Corn and Cheese-Stuffed Crepes with Poblano Cream

You can&rsquot go wrong with Marcela&rsquos five-star recipe. After stuffing and rolling her savory crepes, Marcela bakes them in the oven until the cheese is melted and extra delicious.

Ham and Cheesy Egg Crepes with Mustard Sauce

Looking for an impressive brunch dish? Whip up Bobby&rsquos savory crepes, which burst with picture-perfect color (and flavor) thanks to plenty of fresh herbs and a creamy mustard sauce.

Stuffed Crepes

Thanks to a simple ricotta filling, these sweet crepes come together in just 10 minutes. A drizzle of chocolate sauce and sliced strawberries are the only toppings needed for this delicate dish.

Meyer Lemon Ricotta Crepes with Candied Almonds

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Monte Cristo Crepes

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Lemon Crepes with Almond Mascarpone

Inspired by the Italian island of Capri, Giada incorporates fresh lemon into the batter of her sweet dessert crepes.

Buckwheat Crepes with Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions

Want tender, delicious crepes? Prepare Bobby&rsquos buckwheat batter at least two hours in advance, then refrigerate until you&rsquore ready to cook.

Chocolate-Strawberry Crepes

A rich layer of chocolate hazelnut spread adds the finishing touch to Giada&rsquos decadent dessert.


Crepe Recipes for Every Occasion

From breakfast to dinner and every meal in between — there's no wrong time to eat a crepe. Whether you prefer them sweet or savory, it's easy to get creative with crepes using these standout recipes.

Related To:

Photo By: Brian Kennedy ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Antonis Achilleos

©Food - Jamie Kimm Prop - Marcus Hay Food Network Magazine Christmas Holidays

Photo By: J.Shotti/Greg Morgan Jr. ©2014

Photo By: ANTONIS ACHILLEOS

Crepes

Try both the sweet and savory versions of Alton's crepe recipe. Stuff with a filling or simply top with powdered sugar for an elegant treat.

Chicken and Asparagus Crepes

Much like enchiladas, these savory chicken crepes are filled, rolled and baked. Topped with a fresh asparagus sauce, they make the perfect savory bite.

Basic Crepe Recipe

You don't have to go to a fancy restaurant to have crepes. All you need is a nonstick skillet (and a few pantry ingredients). Nonstick is key for crepes, which ensures that the batter will release easily from the pan.

Buckwheat Crepes

Hosting a special occasion? Make crisp crepes and an array of fillings, then let guests do the assembling.

Crepes With Peanut Butter and Jam

Crepes are like very thin pancakes and they're quite easy to make at home Giada fills hers with peanut butter and jam for a sweet breakfast, brunch or fun breakfast-style dinner.

The Best Crepes

Our classic crepe is versatile enough to go sweet or savory, just omit the vanilla if going the savory route. The rest time here is key the flour absorbs the milk as it sits giving you a more tender crepe and golden color.

Corn and Cheese-Stuffed Crepes with Poblano Cream

You can&rsquot go wrong with Marcela&rsquos five-star recipe. After stuffing and rolling her savory crepes, Marcela bakes them in the oven until the cheese is melted and extra delicious.

Ham and Cheesy Egg Crepes with Mustard Sauce

Looking for an impressive brunch dish? Whip up Bobby&rsquos savory crepes, which burst with picture-perfect color (and flavor) thanks to plenty of fresh herbs and a creamy mustard sauce.

Stuffed Crepes

Thanks to a simple ricotta filling, these sweet crepes come together in just 10 minutes. A drizzle of chocolate sauce and sliced strawberries are the only toppings needed for this delicate dish.

Meyer Lemon Ricotta Crepes with Candied Almonds

Cheese makes everything better &mdash including Bobby&rsquos sweet and creamy crepes. He fills the crepes with a zesty lemon ricotta mixture and sprinkles candied almonds on top for a bit of crunch.

Monte Cristo Crepes

Ready to eat in less than 30 minutes, these savory crepes make a healthy and satisfying brunch or dinner.

Lemon Crepes with Almond Mascarpone

Inspired by the Italian island of Capri, Giada incorporates fresh lemon into the batter of her sweet dessert crepes.

Buckwheat Crepes with Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions

Want tender, delicious crepes? Prepare Bobby&rsquos buckwheat batter at least two hours in advance, then refrigerate until you&rsquore ready to cook.

Chocolate-Strawberry Crepes

A rich layer of chocolate hazelnut spread adds the finishing touch to Giada&rsquos decadent dessert.


Crepe Recipes for Every Occasion

From breakfast to dinner and every meal in between — there's no wrong time to eat a crepe. Whether you prefer them sweet or savory, it's easy to get creative with crepes using these standout recipes.

Related To:

Photo By: Brian Kennedy ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Antonis Achilleos

©Food - Jamie Kimm Prop - Marcus Hay Food Network Magazine Christmas Holidays

Photo By: J.Shotti/Greg Morgan Jr. ©2014

Photo By: ANTONIS ACHILLEOS

Crepes

Try both the sweet and savory versions of Alton's crepe recipe. Stuff with a filling or simply top with powdered sugar for an elegant treat.

Chicken and Asparagus Crepes

Much like enchiladas, these savory chicken crepes are filled, rolled and baked. Topped with a fresh asparagus sauce, they make the perfect savory bite.

Basic Crepe Recipe

You don't have to go to a fancy restaurant to have crepes. All you need is a nonstick skillet (and a few pantry ingredients). Nonstick is key for crepes, which ensures that the batter will release easily from the pan.

Buckwheat Crepes

Hosting a special occasion? Make crisp crepes and an array of fillings, then let guests do the assembling.

Crepes With Peanut Butter and Jam

Crepes are like very thin pancakes and they're quite easy to make at home Giada fills hers with peanut butter and jam for a sweet breakfast, brunch or fun breakfast-style dinner.

The Best Crepes

Our classic crepe is versatile enough to go sweet or savory, just omit the vanilla if going the savory route. The rest time here is key the flour absorbs the milk as it sits giving you a more tender crepe and golden color.

Corn and Cheese-Stuffed Crepes with Poblano Cream

You can&rsquot go wrong with Marcela&rsquos five-star recipe. After stuffing and rolling her savory crepes, Marcela bakes them in the oven until the cheese is melted and extra delicious.

Ham and Cheesy Egg Crepes with Mustard Sauce

Looking for an impressive brunch dish? Whip up Bobby&rsquos savory crepes, which burst with picture-perfect color (and flavor) thanks to plenty of fresh herbs and a creamy mustard sauce.

Stuffed Crepes

Thanks to a simple ricotta filling, these sweet crepes come together in just 10 minutes. A drizzle of chocolate sauce and sliced strawberries are the only toppings needed for this delicate dish.

Meyer Lemon Ricotta Crepes with Candied Almonds

Cheese makes everything better &mdash including Bobby&rsquos sweet and creamy crepes. He fills the crepes with a zesty lemon ricotta mixture and sprinkles candied almonds on top for a bit of crunch.

Monte Cristo Crepes

Ready to eat in less than 30 minutes, these savory crepes make a healthy and satisfying brunch or dinner.

Lemon Crepes with Almond Mascarpone

Inspired by the Italian island of Capri, Giada incorporates fresh lemon into the batter of her sweet dessert crepes.

Buckwheat Crepes with Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions

Want tender, delicious crepes? Prepare Bobby&rsquos buckwheat batter at least two hours in advance, then refrigerate until you&rsquore ready to cook.

Chocolate-Strawberry Crepes

A rich layer of chocolate hazelnut spread adds the finishing touch to Giada&rsquos decadent dessert.


Crepe Recipes for Every Occasion

From breakfast to dinner and every meal in between — there's no wrong time to eat a crepe. Whether you prefer them sweet or savory, it's easy to get creative with crepes using these standout recipes.

Related To:

Photo By: Brian Kennedy ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Antonis Achilleos

©Food - Jamie Kimm Prop - Marcus Hay Food Network Magazine Christmas Holidays

Photo By: J.Shotti/Greg Morgan Jr. ©2014

Photo By: ANTONIS ACHILLEOS

Crepes

Try both the sweet and savory versions of Alton's crepe recipe. Stuff with a filling or simply top with powdered sugar for an elegant treat.

Chicken and Asparagus Crepes

Much like enchiladas, these savory chicken crepes are filled, rolled and baked. Topped with a fresh asparagus sauce, they make the perfect savory bite.

Basic Crepe Recipe

You don't have to go to a fancy restaurant to have crepes. All you need is a nonstick skillet (and a few pantry ingredients). Nonstick is key for crepes, which ensures that the batter will release easily from the pan.

Buckwheat Crepes

Hosting a special occasion? Make crisp crepes and an array of fillings, then let guests do the assembling.

Crepes With Peanut Butter and Jam

Crepes are like very thin pancakes and they're quite easy to make at home Giada fills hers with peanut butter and jam for a sweet breakfast, brunch or fun breakfast-style dinner.

The Best Crepes

Our classic crepe is versatile enough to go sweet or savory, just omit the vanilla if going the savory route. The rest time here is key the flour absorbs the milk as it sits giving you a more tender crepe and golden color.

Corn and Cheese-Stuffed Crepes with Poblano Cream

You can&rsquot go wrong with Marcela&rsquos five-star recipe. After stuffing and rolling her savory crepes, Marcela bakes them in the oven until the cheese is melted and extra delicious.

Ham and Cheesy Egg Crepes with Mustard Sauce

Looking for an impressive brunch dish? Whip up Bobby&rsquos savory crepes, which burst with picture-perfect color (and flavor) thanks to plenty of fresh herbs and a creamy mustard sauce.

Stuffed Crepes

Thanks to a simple ricotta filling, these sweet crepes come together in just 10 minutes. A drizzle of chocolate sauce and sliced strawberries are the only toppings needed for this delicate dish.

Meyer Lemon Ricotta Crepes with Candied Almonds

Cheese makes everything better &mdash including Bobby&rsquos sweet and creamy crepes. He fills the crepes with a zesty lemon ricotta mixture and sprinkles candied almonds on top for a bit of crunch.

Monte Cristo Crepes

Ready to eat in less than 30 minutes, these savory crepes make a healthy and satisfying brunch or dinner.

Lemon Crepes with Almond Mascarpone

Inspired by the Italian island of Capri, Giada incorporates fresh lemon into the batter of her sweet dessert crepes.

Buckwheat Crepes with Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions

Want tender, delicious crepes? Prepare Bobby&rsquos buckwheat batter at least two hours in advance, then refrigerate until you&rsquore ready to cook.

Chocolate-Strawberry Crepes

A rich layer of chocolate hazelnut spread adds the finishing touch to Giada&rsquos decadent dessert.


Crepe Recipes for Every Occasion

From breakfast to dinner and every meal in between — there's no wrong time to eat a crepe. Whether you prefer them sweet or savory, it's easy to get creative with crepes using these standout recipes.

Related To:

Photo By: Brian Kennedy ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Antonis Achilleos

©Food - Jamie Kimm Prop - Marcus Hay Food Network Magazine Christmas Holidays

Photo By: J.Shotti/Greg Morgan Jr. ©2014

Photo By: ANTONIS ACHILLEOS

Crepes

Try both the sweet and savory versions of Alton's crepe recipe. Stuff with a filling or simply top with powdered sugar for an elegant treat.

Chicken and Asparagus Crepes

Much like enchiladas, these savory chicken crepes are filled, rolled and baked. Topped with a fresh asparagus sauce, they make the perfect savory bite.

Basic Crepe Recipe

You don't have to go to a fancy restaurant to have crepes. All you need is a nonstick skillet (and a few pantry ingredients). Nonstick is key for crepes, which ensures that the batter will release easily from the pan.

Buckwheat Crepes

Hosting a special occasion? Make crisp crepes and an array of fillings, then let guests do the assembling.

Crepes With Peanut Butter and Jam

Crepes are like very thin pancakes and they're quite easy to make at home Giada fills hers with peanut butter and jam for a sweet breakfast, brunch or fun breakfast-style dinner.

The Best Crepes

Our classic crepe is versatile enough to go sweet or savory, just omit the vanilla if going the savory route. The rest time here is key the flour absorbs the milk as it sits giving you a more tender crepe and golden color.

Corn and Cheese-Stuffed Crepes with Poblano Cream

You can&rsquot go wrong with Marcela&rsquos five-star recipe. After stuffing and rolling her savory crepes, Marcela bakes them in the oven until the cheese is melted and extra delicious.

Ham and Cheesy Egg Crepes with Mustard Sauce

Looking for an impressive brunch dish? Whip up Bobby&rsquos savory crepes, which burst with picture-perfect color (and flavor) thanks to plenty of fresh herbs and a creamy mustard sauce.

Stuffed Crepes

Thanks to a simple ricotta filling, these sweet crepes come together in just 10 minutes. A drizzle of chocolate sauce and sliced strawberries are the only toppings needed for this delicate dish.

Meyer Lemon Ricotta Crepes with Candied Almonds

Cheese makes everything better &mdash including Bobby&rsquos sweet and creamy crepes. He fills the crepes with a zesty lemon ricotta mixture and sprinkles candied almonds on top for a bit of crunch.

Monte Cristo Crepes

Ready to eat in less than 30 minutes, these savory crepes make a healthy and satisfying brunch or dinner.

Lemon Crepes with Almond Mascarpone

Inspired by the Italian island of Capri, Giada incorporates fresh lemon into the batter of her sweet dessert crepes.

Buckwheat Crepes with Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions

Want tender, delicious crepes? Prepare Bobby&rsquos buckwheat batter at least two hours in advance, then refrigerate until you&rsquore ready to cook.

Chocolate-Strawberry Crepes

A rich layer of chocolate hazelnut spread adds the finishing touch to Giada&rsquos decadent dessert.


Crepe Recipes for Every Occasion

From breakfast to dinner and every meal in between — there's no wrong time to eat a crepe. Whether you prefer them sweet or savory, it's easy to get creative with crepes using these standout recipes.

Related To:

Photo By: Brian Kennedy ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Antonis Achilleos

©Food - Jamie Kimm Prop - Marcus Hay Food Network Magazine Christmas Holidays

Photo By: J.Shotti/Greg Morgan Jr. ©2014

Photo By: ANTONIS ACHILLEOS

Crepes

Try both the sweet and savory versions of Alton's crepe recipe. Stuff with a filling or simply top with powdered sugar for an elegant treat.

Chicken and Asparagus Crepes

Much like enchiladas, these savory chicken crepes are filled, rolled and baked. Topped with a fresh asparagus sauce, they make the perfect savory bite.

Basic Crepe Recipe

You don't have to go to a fancy restaurant to have crepes. All you need is a nonstick skillet (and a few pantry ingredients). Nonstick is key for crepes, which ensures that the batter will release easily from the pan.

Buckwheat Crepes

Hosting a special occasion? Make crisp crepes and an array of fillings, then let guests do the assembling.

Crepes With Peanut Butter and Jam

Crepes are like very thin pancakes and they're quite easy to make at home Giada fills hers with peanut butter and jam for a sweet breakfast, brunch or fun breakfast-style dinner.

The Best Crepes

Our classic crepe is versatile enough to go sweet or savory, just omit the vanilla if going the savory route. The rest time here is key the flour absorbs the milk as it sits giving you a more tender crepe and golden color.

Corn and Cheese-Stuffed Crepes with Poblano Cream

You can&rsquot go wrong with Marcela&rsquos five-star recipe. After stuffing and rolling her savory crepes, Marcela bakes them in the oven until the cheese is melted and extra delicious.

Ham and Cheesy Egg Crepes with Mustard Sauce

Looking for an impressive brunch dish? Whip up Bobby&rsquos savory crepes, which burst with picture-perfect color (and flavor) thanks to plenty of fresh herbs and a creamy mustard sauce.

Stuffed Crepes

Thanks to a simple ricotta filling, these sweet crepes come together in just 10 minutes. A drizzle of chocolate sauce and sliced strawberries are the only toppings needed for this delicate dish.

Meyer Lemon Ricotta Crepes with Candied Almonds

Cheese makes everything better &mdash including Bobby&rsquos sweet and creamy crepes. He fills the crepes with a zesty lemon ricotta mixture and sprinkles candied almonds on top for a bit of crunch.

Monte Cristo Crepes

Ready to eat in less than 30 minutes, these savory crepes make a healthy and satisfying brunch or dinner.

Lemon Crepes with Almond Mascarpone

Inspired by the Italian island of Capri, Giada incorporates fresh lemon into the batter of her sweet dessert crepes.

Buckwheat Crepes with Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions

Want tender, delicious crepes? Prepare Bobby&rsquos buckwheat batter at least two hours in advance, then refrigerate until you&rsquore ready to cook.

Chocolate-Strawberry Crepes

A rich layer of chocolate hazelnut spread adds the finishing touch to Giada&rsquos decadent dessert.


Crepe Recipes for Every Occasion

From breakfast to dinner and every meal in between — there's no wrong time to eat a crepe. Whether you prefer them sweet or savory, it's easy to get creative with crepes using these standout recipes.

Related To:

Photo By: Brian Kennedy ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Antonis Achilleos

©Food - Jamie Kimm Prop - Marcus Hay Food Network Magazine Christmas Holidays

Photo By: J.Shotti/Greg Morgan Jr. ©2014

Photo By: ANTONIS ACHILLEOS

Crepes

Try both the sweet and savory versions of Alton's crepe recipe. Stuff with a filling or simply top with powdered sugar for an elegant treat.

Chicken and Asparagus Crepes

Much like enchiladas, these savory chicken crepes are filled, rolled and baked. Topped with a fresh asparagus sauce, they make the perfect savory bite.

Basic Crepe Recipe

You don't have to go to a fancy restaurant to have crepes. All you need is a nonstick skillet (and a few pantry ingredients). Nonstick is key for crepes, which ensures that the batter will release easily from the pan.

Buckwheat Crepes

Hosting a special occasion? Make crisp crepes and an array of fillings, then let guests do the assembling.

Crepes With Peanut Butter and Jam

Crepes are like very thin pancakes and they're quite easy to make at home Giada fills hers with peanut butter and jam for a sweet breakfast, brunch or fun breakfast-style dinner.

The Best Crepes

Our classic crepe is versatile enough to go sweet or savory, just omit the vanilla if going the savory route. The rest time here is key the flour absorbs the milk as it sits giving you a more tender crepe and golden color.

Corn and Cheese-Stuffed Crepes with Poblano Cream

You can&rsquot go wrong with Marcela&rsquos five-star recipe. After stuffing and rolling her savory crepes, Marcela bakes them in the oven until the cheese is melted and extra delicious.

Ham and Cheesy Egg Crepes with Mustard Sauce

Looking for an impressive brunch dish? Whip up Bobby&rsquos savory crepes, which burst with picture-perfect color (and flavor) thanks to plenty of fresh herbs and a creamy mustard sauce.

Stuffed Crepes

Thanks to a simple ricotta filling, these sweet crepes come together in just 10 minutes. A drizzle of chocolate sauce and sliced strawberries are the only toppings needed for this delicate dish.

Meyer Lemon Ricotta Crepes with Candied Almonds

Cheese makes everything better &mdash including Bobby&rsquos sweet and creamy crepes. He fills the crepes with a zesty lemon ricotta mixture and sprinkles candied almonds on top for a bit of crunch.

Monte Cristo Crepes

Ready to eat in less than 30 minutes, these savory crepes make a healthy and satisfying brunch or dinner.

Lemon Crepes with Almond Mascarpone

Inspired by the Italian island of Capri, Giada incorporates fresh lemon into the batter of her sweet dessert crepes.

Buckwheat Crepes with Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions

Want tender, delicious crepes? Prepare Bobby&rsquos buckwheat batter at least two hours in advance, then refrigerate until you&rsquore ready to cook.

Chocolate-Strawberry Crepes

A rich layer of chocolate hazelnut spread adds the finishing touch to Giada&rsquos decadent dessert.


Crepe Recipes for Every Occasion

From breakfast to dinner and every meal in between — there's no wrong time to eat a crepe. Whether you prefer them sweet or savory, it's easy to get creative with crepes using these standout recipes.

Related To:

Photo By: Brian Kennedy ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Antonis Achilleos

©Food - Jamie Kimm Prop - Marcus Hay Food Network Magazine Christmas Holidays

Photo By: J.Shotti/Greg Morgan Jr. ©2014

Photo By: ANTONIS ACHILLEOS

Crepes

Try both the sweet and savory versions of Alton's crepe recipe. Stuff with a filling or simply top with powdered sugar for an elegant treat.

Chicken and Asparagus Crepes

Much like enchiladas, these savory chicken crepes are filled, rolled and baked. Topped with a fresh asparagus sauce, they make the perfect savory bite.

Basic Crepe Recipe

You don't have to go to a fancy restaurant to have crepes. All you need is a nonstick skillet (and a few pantry ingredients). Nonstick is key for crepes, which ensures that the batter will release easily from the pan.

Buckwheat Crepes

Hosting a special occasion? Make crisp crepes and an array of fillings, then let guests do the assembling.

Crepes With Peanut Butter and Jam

Crepes are like very thin pancakes and they're quite easy to make at home Giada fills hers with peanut butter and jam for a sweet breakfast, brunch or fun breakfast-style dinner.

The Best Crepes

Our classic crepe is versatile enough to go sweet or savory, just omit the vanilla if going the savory route. The rest time here is key the flour absorbs the milk as it sits giving you a more tender crepe and golden color.

Corn and Cheese-Stuffed Crepes with Poblano Cream

You can&rsquot go wrong with Marcela&rsquos five-star recipe. After stuffing and rolling her savory crepes, Marcela bakes them in the oven until the cheese is melted and extra delicious.

Ham and Cheesy Egg Crepes with Mustard Sauce

Looking for an impressive brunch dish? Whip up Bobby&rsquos savory crepes, which burst with picture-perfect color (and flavor) thanks to plenty of fresh herbs and a creamy mustard sauce.

Stuffed Crepes

Thanks to a simple ricotta filling, these sweet crepes come together in just 10 minutes. A drizzle of chocolate sauce and sliced strawberries are the only toppings needed for this delicate dish.

Meyer Lemon Ricotta Crepes with Candied Almonds

Cheese makes everything better &mdash including Bobby&rsquos sweet and creamy crepes. He fills the crepes with a zesty lemon ricotta mixture and sprinkles candied almonds on top for a bit of crunch.

Monte Cristo Crepes

Ready to eat in less than 30 minutes, these savory crepes make a healthy and satisfying brunch or dinner.

Lemon Crepes with Almond Mascarpone

Inspired by the Italian island of Capri, Giada incorporates fresh lemon into the batter of her sweet dessert crepes.

Buckwheat Crepes with Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions

Want tender, delicious crepes? Prepare Bobby&rsquos buckwheat batter at least two hours in advance, then refrigerate until you&rsquore ready to cook.

Chocolate-Strawberry Crepes

A rich layer of chocolate hazelnut spread adds the finishing touch to Giada&rsquos decadent dessert.


Crepe Recipes for Every Occasion

From breakfast to dinner and every meal in between — there's no wrong time to eat a crepe. Whether you prefer them sweet or savory, it's easy to get creative with crepes using these standout recipes.

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Crepes

Try both the sweet and savory versions of Alton's crepe recipe. Stuff with a filling or simply top with powdered sugar for an elegant treat.

Chicken and Asparagus Crepes

Much like enchiladas, these savory chicken crepes are filled, rolled and baked. Topped with a fresh asparagus sauce, they make the perfect savory bite.

Basic Crepe Recipe

You don't have to go to a fancy restaurant to have crepes. All you need is a nonstick skillet (and a few pantry ingredients). Nonstick is key for crepes, which ensures that the batter will release easily from the pan.

Buckwheat Crepes

Hosting a special occasion? Make crisp crepes and an array of fillings, then let guests do the assembling.

Crepes With Peanut Butter and Jam

Crepes are like very thin pancakes and they're quite easy to make at home Giada fills hers with peanut butter and jam for a sweet breakfast, brunch or fun breakfast-style dinner.

The Best Crepes

Our classic crepe is versatile enough to go sweet or savory, just omit the vanilla if going the savory route. The rest time here is key the flour absorbs the milk as it sits giving you a more tender crepe and golden color.

Corn and Cheese-Stuffed Crepes with Poblano Cream

You can&rsquot go wrong with Marcela&rsquos five-star recipe. After stuffing and rolling her savory crepes, Marcela bakes them in the oven until the cheese is melted and extra delicious.

Ham and Cheesy Egg Crepes with Mustard Sauce

Looking for an impressive brunch dish? Whip up Bobby&rsquos savory crepes, which burst with picture-perfect color (and flavor) thanks to plenty of fresh herbs and a creamy mustard sauce.

Stuffed Crepes

Thanks to a simple ricotta filling, these sweet crepes come together in just 10 minutes. A drizzle of chocolate sauce and sliced strawberries are the only toppings needed for this delicate dish.

Meyer Lemon Ricotta Crepes with Candied Almonds

Cheese makes everything better &mdash including Bobby&rsquos sweet and creamy crepes. He fills the crepes with a zesty lemon ricotta mixture and sprinkles candied almonds on top for a bit of crunch.

Monte Cristo Crepes

Ready to eat in less than 30 minutes, these savory crepes make a healthy and satisfying brunch or dinner.

Lemon Crepes with Almond Mascarpone

Inspired by the Italian island of Capri, Giada incorporates fresh lemon into the batter of her sweet dessert crepes.

Buckwheat Crepes with Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions

Want tender, delicious crepes? Prepare Bobby&rsquos buckwheat batter at least two hours in advance, then refrigerate until you&rsquore ready to cook.

Chocolate-Strawberry Crepes

A rich layer of chocolate hazelnut spread adds the finishing touch to Giada&rsquos decadent dessert.


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