Crepes, Crepes, Crepes...Gluten-Free Recipe

Marie’s Crepes may be the most versatile recipe in a gluten-free diet since crepes are an excellent alternative to sandwich bread and make great desserts and even light pasta.

Servings: Makes 8 servings.  •   Prep: 5 mins  • Total: 15 mins
CrepeColorPourlowres   Ingredients:


1 TBL brown sugar

pinch of salt

4 large eggs

1 cup milk or milk alternative

2 TBL butter, melted or butter alternative

1 tsp gluten-free vanilla

Crepes are as versatile as they come.  With Bella Gluten-Free All Purpose Baking Mixyou can make a whole lot of them. Store them in the refrigerator for up to one week and reheat them in a pan before serving.


5 minutes



Mix It Up

• In a medium bowl, mix dry ingredients: BELLA GLUTEN-FREE ALL PURPOSE MIX, brown sugar and salt.

• In another bowl, mix eggs, milk and vanilla. In a 12 “ crepe pan, melt butter and add to egg mixture.

• Whisk in egg mixture into dry until you have a smooth and silky texture.

• In a hot, lightly greased crepe pan or 12” non-stick fry pan, pour just enough batter to cover the bottom of the pan (about 1/4 cup) and swirl until batter reaches the edge of the pan. Cook until the edges start to pull away from sides and middle begins to firm, about 1 minute. Flip with a spatula and cook on other side, about 1 minute. Slide off onto plate and repeat.

• Stuff with filling, and roll into tube or triangle shapes.

Marie’s Crepe Variations

Sandwich Crepes

Melt a slice of cheese and add ham or turkey to a crepe with a cream Dijon mustard, a curry mayo, or a condiment of your choice for a delicious lunch alternative. For a vegetarian sandwich, I like to add avocado, tomatoes, red onion and cream cheese. My daughters love a warm peanut butter and jelly crepe.

Crêpe Suzette

Prepare an orange butter by adding 1/4 cup sugar to the zest of one orange. Cream sugar mixture into 1 stick of softened butter until fluffy then beat in 1/3 cup orange juice and 2 TBL orange liqueur. In a chaffing dish, add butter mixture and heat until bubbling. Dip both sides of cooked crepes in butter, fold and add to pan. Serve warm.


Chef’s Notes:
Make sure you use a non-stick or crepe pan and get is supper hot. You should hear a sizzling sound when you pour in the batter.  If batter becomes too thick, thin with 2-4 TBL of additional liquid such as water, milk or milk/alternative.