Eggs and bacon again? It’s time to switch up the breakfast foods for the holiday season. Enjoy these 32 deliciously sweet crepe recipes…
1. Chocolate Raspberry Crepes
Chocolate crepes sounded more unusual to me, so I decided to try them out. Strawberries are starting to appear now, but they’re so popular that they sell out quickly. I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to get my hands on any, so I just went with raspberries. Chocolate-raspberry is a favorite flavor combo of mine, and these were no exception!
2. Brown Butter Pear Crepes
Would you believe me if I told you this was my first batch of crepes, ever? Truth be told, I’ve always wanted to make crepes but I’ve let things like my impossibly high expectations get in the way. Sometimes it’s best to just throw all that out and try something, with no expectations at all.
3. Boston Cream Pie Crepes
I remember when I was graduating from eighth grade. I went to a very small church school, so the entire eighth-grade class consisted of 14 students. All of the parents prepared this fancy meal for the students to celebrate during class one day. There were cookies and carrot sticks and other things I don’t remember, but I do remember that my mom brought in these dessert crepes, filled with cream and drizzled with hot fudge sauce. I was so proud that my mom could make such a fancy treat and I’ve never forgotten it.
4. Dark Chocolate S’Mores Crepes
These easy smores crepes are perfect for breakfast or brunch. Thin chocolate crepes are filled with marshmallow fluff, graham crackers, and chocolate chunks.
5. Black Forest Cheesecake Cake
This recipe for Black Forest Crepes is simple and delicious! Chocolate crepes are filled with a light and fluffy cherry cream filling, topped with cherry pie filling, and drizzled with chocolate sauce.
Soft homemade crepes filled with sweet ricotta cream and chocolate chips, topped with whipped cream and more chocolate chips. A breakfast version of an Italian favorite!
7. Keto Paleo Almond Flour Crepes
The best foolproof keto crepes recipe! This paleo, gluten-free crepes with almond flour taste just like real ones, and they will bend, roll and fold without breaking. Options for sweet or savory!
8. Strawberry Cheesecake Crepes
You will have extra crepes with this recipe but if not able to use immediately then freeze them. They freeze beautifully. You can fill any of the extra crepes for anything from savory to sweet. They are so good filled with scrambled eggs and topped with cheese sauce or filled with vegetables. They aren’t just for desserts.
9. Cinnamon Cream Cheese Crepes
Easy Cinnamon Cream Cheese Filling Recipe: For Crepes: So quick and easy, your family will think you got up early to prepare this special treat!
If you love Tiramisu and crepes, you’re going to love my ‘Tiramisu Crepe Cake’! I make this cake with delicate, coffee-flavored crepes and fill it with a fluffy whipped cream frosting. Once you cut into the cake, the cake layers speak for themselves; a simple and elegant finish is all the cake needs! This cake is not too sweet but if you want extra sweetness, top it off with whipped cream or chocolate syrup!
Red Velvet anything is my favorite. When I saw that there were red velvet crepes, I about lost it. So I got right to work to make the perfect red velvet crepes and I think we just about did it! They taste amazing! They are so easy to make and they make a ton. This is the perfect breakfast for that special someone this Valentine’s Day.
12. The Best Chocolate Crepes
If these Chocolate Crepes, aka only the BEST VEGAN CREPES I’VE EVER HAD, have you drooling up a storm then you will love what I’m about to show you.
We have a Christmas tradition of eating crepes for breakfast but it’s only April and I can’t wait until December before enjoying dessert crepes again! We usually fill the crepes with vanilla pudding and top them with berries but today I wanted to get a bit more creative with them so I came up with Cinnamon Bun Crepes. Oh my gosh – they are so delicious! They are really sweet so don’t load your plate full of them but they make a delicious little dessert!
14. Creme Brulee Crepe Cake
It’s taken me a few cranky, jet-lagged days, but I finally got back into the kitchen! After two weeks of eating everything in sight, I just couldn’t get inspired to make more sweets. (Until yesterday that is.)
15. Blueberry Sauce Crepes
Some mornings should totally be without cereal. Me thinks this weekend-morning-days should be welcomed with a few of these insaaaaaanely delicious crepes. The Honey Whipped Cream should sooooo make it to your mouth as soon as possible. I spooned half of it into the crepes and the other half …ummmm, I won’t tell.
16. Lemon Sugar Dessert Crepes
Lemon Sugar Dessert Crepes – these French-style crepes are made from scratch and then sprinkled with freshly squeezed lemon juice and some sugar! Simple yet pure deliciousness!
17. Gingerbread Crepes with Eggnog Whipped Cream
The crepes are so good on their own, but in keeping with the holiday spirit I wanted to add some sort of eggnog filling to pair them with. I considered making a cream cheese filling but decided to keep the crepes a little lighter by making an eggnog whipped cream instead.
I’ve come to the conclusion that whoever decided it was a good idea to stack crepes, layer them with cream, and call it cake should totally win an award! I mean, it’s genius right? Easy enough to make, pretty to look at, and it’s like a stack of pancakes.
19. Pumpkin Cheesecake Crepes
Your breakfast cravings are about to be satisfied like never before! This easy pumpkin crepes recipe is super delicious and so easy to make!
This one is especially suited to the holidays; it features a rich, gingery ricotta filling evocative of blintzes. The surprise comes when you cut the cake to reveal its 25 layers. Browning the butter used in the crepe batter imparts a nutty and more complex flavor.
21. Nutella Pumpkin Crepes
EASY one bowl Pumpkin Crepes are so much better than plain crepes!! Smother in silky, chocolate Nutella or stuff with cream cheese, or douse in syrup – amazing any way your serve them!
22. Holiday Salted Stuffed Crepes
Crepes St. Jacques is a copycat recipe from the old Magic Pan restaurant chain and the flavor of this is outstanding.
Check out this amazing Stuffed Salted Crepes holiday recipe I guarantee it will make your holiday dinner a grand slam.
24. Crepe Cake with Pear & Cranberry Sauce
A beautiful brunch is my favorite part of Christmas day. After the presents have been opened and the coffee has been made, there’s nothing better than sharing a scrumptious meal with the ones you love.
25. Eggnog Crepes with Maple Rum Syrup
Oh boy were these some of the softest and fluffiest crepes. All that whipped egg and sweet nutmeg was just the thing we needed to get in some holiday spirit. And of course, we drizzled these with spiced rum-infused maple syrup.
26. Caramel & Cookie Butter Crepes
Quick and easy crepes that require no special ingredients, methods, or pans, but end up thin and beautiful the way a crepe should! Then add in cookie butter, caramel, and whipped cream, and you have the kind of breakfast dreams are made of.
27. Strawberries & Cream Crepes
Treat yourself to these Strawberry and Cream Crepes with Chocolate Sauce … they’re decadent and delicious, yet so simple to make!
28. Pumpkin Spiced Crepes with Pumpkin Butter
The taste of pumpkin pie for breakfast without the guilt? Every bite of these low-fat crepes seasoned with cinnamon and pumpkin spice will fill your palate with the taste of Autumn.
29. Chocolate Hazelnut Crepe Cake
Something magical happens when you layer crepes with cream to build a cake. The flavors intensify, you improve the cream to crepe ratio and there are more crispy edges. And then there is the dazzling moment when you present the ethereal cake and slice into it to reveal a whole world of fine rings. This cake, with light hazelnut crepes and rich chocolate cream, isn’t difficult to make (though the first crepe in the pan is always a flop; don’t get discouraged).
30. Apple Pie Dessert Crepes
Apple Crepes are the perfect addition to your fall recipe list. Thin French pancakes filled with a gooey caramel apple compote and toasted cinnamon pecans make for an amazing combo you need in your life right now!
31. Apple Cinnamon Crepes
You can’t go wrong by mixing finely chopped apples with brown sugar and cinnamon and then stuffing that into a crepe. These Apple Cinnamon Crepes are like an apple pie – in a crepe!
32. Cinnamon Vanilla Crepes with Peaches & Cream
I love seeing fresh produce stands, now and then, on the corner of a busy street or two. I get a kick out of lovely produce, I really do. I adore fresh peaches especially. Man, they have been good this year. I haven’t eaten a bad peach all season. My kids enjoy them as well and so we have been stocking up on them regularly. We decided to make some simple alterations to my crepe recipe to compliment fresh peaches. A bit of cinnamon and vanilla did the trick.