Easy Breakfast Crepe Recipe

Take a look at how it’s easy to prepare some amazing crepes. With 6 ingredients you will be able to create the most delicious breakfast in the world.

Easy Breakfast Crepes are a delightful and versatile morning treat that adds a touch of elegance to the breakfast table. Originating from French cuisine, crepes are thin pancakes made from a simple batter of flour, eggs, milk, and a pinch of salt. What sets them apart is their incredibly light and thin texture.

These breakfast crepes can be easily whipped up in a matter of minutes, making them a convenient and delicious option for a quick morning meal. The batter is poured onto a hot griddle or non-stick pan, where it spreads thinly to create a delicate pancake. Once cooked, these crepes can be filled or topped with an array of sweet or savory ingredients, catering to various tastes and preferences.

Popular choices for sweet fillings include fresh fruits, whipped cream, Nutella, or maple syrup, while savory options may include ham and cheese, scrambled eggs, or sautéed vegetables. The beauty of Easy Breakfast Crepes lies in their adaptability, making them a favorite among those who enjoy a customizable and satisfying start to their day. Whether served folded, rolled, or stacked, these crepes are sure to add a touch of culinary elegance to your breakfast routine.

Preparation: 10 Minutes
Cooking time: 10 Minutes
Total time: 20 Minutes
Quantity: 6 crepes
72 calories per serving


  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup of milk
  • 1 tbsp of sugar
  • 1/2 tbsp of vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp of butter for cooking

How to prepare the crepes

  1. Start by mixing the flour and the sugar in a medium bowl.
  2. Add the egg and whisk it with the flour and sugar. Slowly put the milk into the bowl while beating a lot.
  3. After that, you can add the vanilla extract and keep beating until it is well mixed.
  4. Take a non-stick pan and put the flame on medium. Heat a little bit of butter and when it’s melted, put some crepe mixture (a bit less than 1/2 cup ) into the non-stick pan and make sure to spread it by tilting it.
  5. When the edge peel off and it starts to look a little bit brown, it is time to flip the crepe and let it cook a little longer.
  6. Put the crepe into a plate and redo the steps for each other crepe. This recipe should for about 5 to 6 crepes. It depends on the size of your non-stick pan.
  7. Those crepes will be delicious with some maple syrup and any berries you have.
  8. To make it looks better, you can put a little of sugar powder on the plate before serving.

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