Sweet or Savory Protein Crepes

Who can resist a crepe? I mean really. A light wrap perfect for savory scrambled eggs or a berry/chocolate/nut butter mixture. Nothing better. Period.Sweet or Savory Protein CrepesI have attempted crepes so many times. I have seriously tried tons of recipes and have never been completely happy with the outcome. Until these. We absolutely loved them in my house! Sweet or Savory Protein Crepes

 

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Sweet or Savory Protein Crepes


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Author: Lexi

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Directions

  • In a bowl combine all ingredients and mix well (you can else blend in blender)
  • Heat a skillet and grease with grass-fed butter or oil of choice (butter is my preference here)
  • Pour batter into skillet and move skillet around so the batter spreads out thin
  • Once slightly bubbling, using a large spatula carefully flip your crepe
  • Let cook on the other side for 30-60 seconds and transfer to plate
  • Stuff with filling of choice and enjoy!

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    Sweet or Savory Protein Crepes

    Sweet or Savory Protein Crepes

    Sweet or Savory Protein CrepesWhat is your favorite crepe filling? Savory or Sweet?

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    March 25, 2014

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    1. These look lovely. I’ve been ‘wrapping up’ to do a crepe post with a new crepe pan, though with different ingredients, still, I would love to give these a try at a juncture. Thanks for sharing, enjoyable Post.

    2. The first crepes I ever had were sweet so I mostly had sweet ones until recently. I filled savory ones with scrambled eggs and bacon, which I really loved! So, I like both kinds, just depends on the meal/course.

    3. I want to make these for my 1yo son but don’t want to give him the protein powder. Can I sub it out for coconut flour instead?

      1. I don’t think coconut flour would sub well. It’s a very dense flour. I’ve never made them any other way, so I can’t guarantee results if you substitute another flour. Keep me posted!

        1. I ended up using a tbsp of flaxseed meal instead of protein powder and they came out great! I also used my emulsion blender this time and it really made a difference.

    4. How can you call these dairy free when the recipe includes whey protein? Does The SFH protein have a whey free protein? I didn’t see one on the website. This does not seem dairy free.

      1. You would sub a vegan protein for fully dairy-free. I’ve disclosed this on the blog before that I do consume whey protein, but for fully dairy-free you would use a vegan powder 🙂 Enjoy!

        1. I was looking to share something different yet yummy for both adults and kids for Easter brunch and decided on these crepes! Question: Can I make crepes ahead of time by either a few hours or the night before? My thought is to save in preparation time and avoid being taken away from my guests. Thanks!

    5. Love this recipe. I made it without the powder (don’t have any on hand). I am now waiting for my daughters to wake up so they can have some. Thanks!

    6. I made these though I used protein powder and all purpose flour they are pretty tasty. A good recipe to aid in my quest to finish an expensive bag of protein powder.

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