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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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.
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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.
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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.
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Hosting a special occasion? Make crisp crepes and an array of fillings, then let guests do the assembling.
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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.
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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.
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Corn and Cheese-Stuffed Crepes with Poblano Cream
You can’t go wrong with Marcela’s five-star recipe. After stuffing and rolling her savory crepes, Marcela bakes them in the oven until the cheese is melted and extra delicious.
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Ham and Cheesy Egg Crepes with Mustard Sauce
Looking for an impressive brunch dish? Whip up Bobby’s savory crepes, which burst with picture-perfect color (and flavor) thanks to plenty of fresh herbs and a creamy mustard sauce.
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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.
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Meyer Lemon Ricotta Crepes with Candied Almonds
Cheese makes everything better — including Bobby’s 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.
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Monte Cristo Crepes
Ready to eat in less than 30 minutes, these savory crepes make a healthy and satisfying brunch or dinner.
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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.
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Buckwheat Crepes with Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions
Want tender, delicious crepes? Prepare Bobby’s buckwheat batter at least two hours in advance, then refrigerate until you’re ready to cook.
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A rich layer of chocolate hazelnut spread adds the finishing touch to Giada’s decadent dessert.
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