Crepes can be enjoyed all day long, but the wheat version
is traditionally served after dinner as a dessert. They are the ultimate versatile sweet, fully adaptable to your menu.
Serve caramelized apple crepes with a sprinkle of toasted nuts and cinnamon or chocolate crepes with mocha cream for a dinner party. If you're having trouble introducing your children to new foods, try making familiar peanut butter and jelly crepes. From whimsical to classic, there are endless combinations in crepe recipes. Learning how to make great crepes is the most important part of the equation; after that everything is pure inspiration.
Get creative with filling these crepes; use Nutella, bananas, chocolate, strawberries, nuts, etc. Learning the right technique for making crepes is paramount to the recipe.
Classic chocolate crepes can be filled with just about any dessert-oriented food. Try combinations of nuts, fruit, and sauces for your own unique crepe.
For an incredibly refreshing and healthy dessert, tuck fresh strawberries into these crepes, squeeze a bit of lemon juice over them, and dust with powdered sugar.
A splash of Cognac adds warmth to these basic vanilla crepes. Try them with sautéed apples and a drizzle of caramel sauce.
Aromatic spices warm up a basic crepes recipe. Drizzle these with lemon sauce and serve with coffee for a rustic dessert.
Citrus adds a kick to these crepes. Fill them with pastry cream and fresh strawberries or raspberries.
Stuff these unconventional crepes with fresh strawberries and pastry cream for an uplifting dessert.