The crepe, that thin pancake that practically symbolizes French cooking all by itself, is easy to make with our help. And once you're flipping, check out all the crepe dishes both for dinner and dessert, that feature this slender French delight.
These thin crepes are great for breakfast or even dessert. Fill them with peanut butter, jam, or cream cheese.
Flat crepes take on an added dimension when turned into small, chicken-filled packets called "purses."
Crepe recipes are back. A French import, they realized great popularity in the United States during the 1970s and still epitomize elegance in desserts.
Since making the mocha crepes is the most time consuming step in this dessert recipe, you may want to use the make-ahead directions. To show off the white chocolate filling, serve the crepes on a pool of the raspberry sauce.
Stuff warm, homemade crepes with a fresh strawberry sauce for a sweet yet light treat. Top with Greek yogurt to make this suitable for breakfast or whipped cream for dessert.
Take a shortcut with this fruit-sauced dessert by substituting purchased, ready-to-use crepes from the produce or refrigerated section of your grocery store.
These tender, thin pancakes are easy to mix and cook. Serve them with sweet or savory fillings and toppings. Our apple filling makes these perfect for dessert.
Try sage, basil, or mint to add a new taste to delicate crepes. Fill them with fruit, yogurt, and granola, then serve for dessert or at a brunch.
Spinach and chicken mixed with mushroom-cheddar sauce make the filling for these elegant crepes that are topped with more sauce before baking.
Don't save reserve crepes for dessert only. This savory chicken variation will change the way you think about the thin pancakes!
Creme de cassis is a liqueur with a delicate black currant flavor.
Imitation crab meat makes these crepes easy-on-the budget while your microwave and packaged refrigerated crepes make them quick and easy to assemble.
Grilling the bananas for this dessert recipe brings out their sweetness without adding any sugar. Whole wheat flour and egg product in the chocolate crepes makes them higher in fiber and lower in fat.
Plan a brunch around these delightful ricotta-filled crepes made with the season's fresh berries.
A ham and cheese omelet rolled in a crepe makes a filling breakfast. Perfect for brunch, too.