Super Easy Gluten-Free Crepes

Gluten Free Crepes

Super easy gluten-free crepes are one of my F A V O R I T E things to make! (The bonus is that they happen to be super easy as well as delicious!) Whether it’s for a weekend brunch or a quick weeknight meal, we love any excuse to bring this French cuisine to our table. πŸ™‚Β 

I’ve tried several recipes for gluten-free crepes and this one is my favorite!

(Super Easy) Gluten Free Crepes!

(Super Easy) Gluten Free Crepes!


  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 ΒΌ Cup Almond Milk Β (or your choice of milk)
  • Β½ Cup Flour Β (We used Gluten-Free All Purpose Flour, Namaste, or Bob's Red Mill, or King Arthur brands)
  • Β½ tsp Salt
  • 1 Tbsp Melted Butter or Coconut Oil
  • Β½ - 1 tsp Vanilla, optional (add for sweet crepes, omit for savory crepes)
  • 1-2 Tbsp Sugar, optional (for sweeter crepes)


  1. Whisk eggs in medium bowl, add melted butter and almond milk, continuing to whisk.
  2. Add flour a little at a time, whisking until smooth after each addition.
  3. Add salt and remaining ingredients (vanilla and sugar if sweeter crepe is desired).
  4. Batter should resemble heavy cream or a thin pancake batter and spread easily.
  5. Cooking: Use a very lightly greased skillet, unless using nonstick. The crepe will conform to the size of your skillet, so choose the size that suites your preference. We use a 10-12" pan in order to make a large enough crepe to fold into quadrants.
  6. In pre-heated skillet over medium heat, pour just enough batter into the pan so that when you swivel the pan the batter will spread out to the edges in a very thin layer. This takes practice! In order to achieve the perfect crepe texture, you want to use as little batter as necessary, but have enough to spread a thin layer all the way around the pan without leaving "gaps" or wholes in the crepe (about 1/4 cup batter for a large skillet).
  7. Cook until golden on each side and edges begin to release from the pan, usually 1-2 minutes in pre-heated skillet. When attempting to flip from the first side, make sure that the crepe appears less "wet" across the surface and edges are cooked. Gently run a rubber spatula around the edges to release. You can either use a spatula to swiftly flip (because the crepe will be somewhat delicate) or you can use the technique of flipping mid-air in the skillet. If you prefer flipping your crepe mid-air, make sure that the crepe can slide around in the skillet easily before attempting to flip it with a quick front-to-back motion. When you flip the crepe it should be slightly golden and very light. Store cooked crepes on a plate underneath a clean towel or lid to protect softness until ready to fill and serve!
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The art of cooking crepes is truly in the spreading of the batter and the flipping! However, after a little practice, the results can be quite rewarding and takes very little time or effort! πŸ™‚

Super Easy Gluten-Free Crepes

We love to enjoy our gluten-free crepes as a savory main-dish, often filling them with thin slices of meat and cheese, sometimes adding a fried egg on top! You can also create impressive dessert crepes with options such as these:

  • Nuttella or other Chocolate Nut Spreads
  • Peanut Butter or Cookie Butter
  • Sliced Fruit (Strawberries and Bananas are also good!)
  • Coconut flakes
  • Whipped Cream

If you enjoy these Gluten-Free Crepes, you may also enjoy my recipes for fluffy gluten-free pancakes or these fabulousΒ gluten-free banana muffins! Bon Appetit!

XO Abigail


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