Gluten-Free Crêpes
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Gluten-Free Crepes

Oh, crêpes! Are they breakfast or are they a dessert? Doesn’t matter because we made it guilt-free! Vegetarian, gluten-free, grain-free, and dairy-free.

They are made without a traditional crêpe pan and perfect for both sweet & savory occasions. Scroll down for a step-by-step guide or watch the video. You are sure to impress your loved ones with this recipe.

Tapioca Gluten Free Crepe

Bonus: We have added 2- ways we love eating our crêpes below, Guilt-Free & Gluten-Free!

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If you’ve been following us on our nut series, this will help you in making these yummy cashew almond crêpes. We will be using our cashew almond nut milkhomemade Nutella, and coconut whipped cream. You can easily make these in advance to speed up your assembling time when serving the crepes.

Origin of Crêpes

What are crêpes you ask? Crepes are a type of very thin pancake that originated from France. They typically come in two types, sweet crêpes, and savory crêpes.  Mainly, Crepes are served with different types of fillings, from the simplest powdered sugar to Suzette. So, you can easily add your favorite spreads and fresh fruits to make it fun to eat!

Making The Batter

Crepe batter is typically made with wheat flour or buckwheat flour, eggs, and milk. Unlike pancake batter, do not fear if you see the batter is a bit thin (or watery). The most important part is to ensure there are no lumps in the mix. This is crucial in making perfectly thin layers. In our recipe, we used our homemade cashew almond nut milk which is awesome for those that are looking for a dairy-free option! As well as only using tapioca and coconut flour mix. Yes! Gluten-free too!

Gluten Free Crepe

Did You Know!

In France and Belgium, crepes are traditionally served on Candlemas, Feb 2 for religious purposes. “In 472 Pope Gelasius I offered Crêpes to French pilgrims that were visiting Rome for celebrating the Chandeleur.” We are happy to report that the tradition continues to this day. Today is a perfect day to make crepes! It’s National Crepe Day!




How To Make Nut Crêpes

Tools used: Frying Pan, Measuring Cups & Spoons, Silicone Whisk, Cooking Turner


Servings: 8 Medium Pieces | Course: Breakfast | Cuisine: French


Ingredients:

Prep: 5 minutes | Cook: 25 minutes

Gluten Free Crepe with strawberries

Time needed: 30 minutes.

Instructions:

  1. Combine dry ingredients (tapioca and coconut flour) to the bowl.

    dry ingredients for crepe

  2. Combine wet ingredients (eggs and homemade nut milk) to bowl.

    wet ingredients for crepe

  3. Mix until no clumps remain.

    mixing crepe batter

  4. Add in ¼ cup of batter to pan on medium heat.

    pour batter into oiled pan

  5. Spread it around until it covers the bottom of the pan completely.

    spreading batter around pan

  6. Remove from Pan when Golden brown on both sides! Repeat until you don’t have any batter left.

    Gluten-Free Nut Crepe

  7. Add your favorite filling and toppings to complete the crepes. Here are our 2 favorite ways of filling our nut crepes:

    1. Fresh Strawberry and Homemade Nutella Topped with Coconut Whipped Cream
    2. Brown Sugar Boba Topped with Coconut Whipped Cream and Gold FlakesGluten Free Crepe

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