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Savory Crepes with Meat Filling


Crepes are known for their sweet dessert filling, but this Russian crepe recipe is savory and can be stuffed with either pulled pork or chicken. They are a little bit heavier than some other Russian finger foods, but make for a delicious complement to a winter party.

Ingredients

Crepes

  • 4 eggs
  • 1 1/2 Cup milk
  • 1 Cup water
  • 6 Tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1/2 Tablespoon salt
  • 2 Cups flour

Meat Filling

  • 5 Cups cooked meat (pulled pork, chicken or beef)
  • 1-2 onions, finely chopped
  • 6 hard-boiled eggs, finely grated
  • 1/4 Cup broth
  • cooking oil
  • salt, pepper
  • 1/2 Tablespoon butter

Servings10

Calories Per Serving368

Folate equivalent (total)33µg8%

Riboflavin (B2)0.4mg23.6%


9 Savory Crepe Recipes For Breakfast Or Dinner

Try some of these savory crepe recipes! They&rsquore easy to whip up and they taste good with almost any yummy filling inside! You can use a variety of vegetables, meats, sauces, herbs, and spices to make the crepes extra delicious. On this list, you&rsquoll find our top picks for the most creative and delicious crepes ever! Ranging from meat-filled crepes to vegan crepes, we&rsquove got it all. Get ready with your non-stick pan and start cooking!


Make it a brunch buffet

One of the best parts about crepes is how each person can customize their own. Since it is all about the fillings, you can cater to all sorts of dietary preferences. Just lay out a variety of fillings and everyone can dress up their crepes to their own desires.

The crepes themselves can be made from all kinds of flours. I like using partially whole wheat or even oat flour since they are rich in nutrients, but you’ll find lot of ideas from these other recipes. And once you have your base, it’s time to get creative.

It’s especially amazing to incorporate fresh, seasonal produce into your crepes. Whether you are going for a sweet spread with lots of fresh fruit, or more savory choices with cheese and vegetables, pick up some of whatever is available at the farmer’s market.

Stick with the classics like cheese and mushrooms, or get creative with some of these great ideas. Either way, you are sure to have a winning spread that everyone will want to copy. Don’t forget to check out my Mango and Ricotta Crepes post for ideas on preparing the pancakes ahead of time to make everything easier.


48 Delicious Crepe Fillings That Will Rule Your Sunday Brunch!

Savory or sweet, there are tons of ways to create the most perfect of crepes. Breakfast, lunch or dinnertime dessert, there’s also a variety of times to serve them. Today we’re focusing just on the insides though, and these 48 delicious crepe fillings will rule your Sunday brunch like no other!

1. Spinach, Basil, Chicken

Mother Rimmy serves up a delicious, savory crepe filled with spinach, basil and mushrooms. There’s a sprinkling of cheese there too.

2. Sweet Cream Cheese

Learn how to whip up some sweet cream cheese filling for your crepes. Then you can have a lot of fun with the toppings. Grab the recipes at Diana’s Dishes.

3. Steak, Spinach, Mushroom

Half Baked Harvest gives us another savory treat. Steak, spinach and mushrooms come together and delight.

4. Beer, Cinnamon, Chocolate

Over at Joann Eats Well With Others you’ll find a devine concoction of beer, pumpkin and delicious cinnamon. There’s a bit of chocolate in there too.

5. Peaches & Cream

Cooking Classy gives us a classic treat when it comes to crepe filling. Peaches and cream can ignite your summertime tastes.

6. Boston Cream Pie

Who doesn’t love a slice of Boston cream pie? Have your brunch time crepes inspired by the dessert and grab the details for it at The Girl Inspired.

7. Cinnamon Mascarpone

Tara’s Multicultural Table made pumpkin crepes and then filled them with something extra special. Cinnamon mascarpone cream can make quite the bite.

8. Orange Ricotta

Orange and ricotta cheese comes together to make quite the nice combination as well. Nutmeg Notebook will show us how!

9. Bischoff Cheesecake

The Gold Lining Girl whipped up some salted caramel crepes and stuffed them with Bischoff cheese filling … how delectable and mouth-drooling do they look?

10. Peanut Butter Mascarpone

The Gold Lining Girl has a great recipe for some peanut butter filling as well. This is a staple when it comes to crepe recipes so bookmark it!

11. Berries & Cream

Berries and cream is pretty classic as well. Check out LMLD to gather all the details and start testing it out in the kitchen.

12. Pear & Hazelnut

Over at Wright Family Table you’ll find a more unique filling recipe. We’re loving this pear and hazelnut recipe for some fall-inspired bites.

13. Blueberry Sauce & Honey Whipped Cream

Diet hood shows us how to whip up some honey whipped cream, and it tastes as good as it sounds, we promise. Follow the link now!

14. Monte Cristo

Check out Taste and Tell‘s version of a crepe Monte Cristo! Ham and cheese with some raspberries too, this one is brunch time royalty.

15. Turkey Pesto

For something a bit more savory and lunchtime-friendly, try out this recipe for turkey pesto fillings. Grab it all at Chef in Training.

16. Orange Whipped Cream

Cooking with Manali takes oranges and makes a refreshing whipping filling out it. Some powdered sugar or drizzle on top can set it off quite nicely.

17. Banana Cream

Over at Food, you’ll find something classic and sweetly refined in this banana cream filling. Top off with fresh bananas, more cream or even some chocolate!

18. Ricotta, Spinach, Bacon, Mushroom

These crepes are fitting for a dinner party! Find all the details on these creamy chicken and mushroom masterpieces over at BS’ in the Kitchen.

19. Tart Cream Cheese

Here’s another staple recipe you’ll want to have stashed away. Visit Ashlee Marie and learn how to make some tart cream cheese by the weekend.

20. Strawberry, Banana, Peanut Butter

Julia’s Album mixes up strawberries, bananas and peanut butter. It really is a great way to start off your Sunday morning!

21. Bailey’s Chocolate Chip Cheesecake

The Gold Lining Girl makes a Bailey’s chocolate chip filling that is just like a refined dessert, pardon those charming green velvet crepes – perfect for St. Patrick’s day!

22. Caramel & Bananas

Drizzle and Dip makes a bananas and caramel filling that’s just as satisfying as a bananas foster dessert! It’s a bit richer and more fun than other fillings.

23. Strawberry & Orange Cream

Sally’s Baking Addiction makes something quite light and refreshing as well. Hit up summertime breakfast with this strawberry and orange cream.

24. Nutella

Nutella is synonymous with crepes, so you have to figure out this recipe too. Check it all out at Pepper Bowl.

25. Strawberry S’mores

The Recipe Rebel takes s’mores, adds some fruit and creates an amazing and unique treat. Grab the recipe now and have your family filled up by this evening.

26. Maple Cream Cheese

104 Homestead makes some maple cream cheese crepe filling that sounds heavenly. Bananas or even some crispy bacon couple top these off nicely.

27. Greek Yogurt Cream

For something a bit healthy and with some added protein, check out Natasha’s Kitchen. She’s whipping up some greek yogurt filling and you can catch the recipe now.

28. Cherry Cheesecake

Check out The Recipe Rebel for my personal favorite filling recipe of the bunch. Turn those crepes into cherry cheesecake bits!

29. Chicken & Broccoli

Here’s another lunch or dinnertime special brought to us by Creations by Kara. Chicken, broccoli and a bit of cheese too can turn into quite the tasty meal.

30. Beef, Mushroom, Rice

Let the Baking Begin has a savory beef filling recipe that we’ll all want to try out. It’ll satisfy everyone at the table.

31. Cannoli

Personal, I love a good cannoli and turning your crepe into its inspiration sounds heavenly. Check this one out over at The Recipe Rebel.

32. Creamy Sausage

Foodily makes a savory, breakfast filling that has become the must-try at the top of my list. It’s a bit creamy too, making it even more indulgent.

33. Pumpkin Cheesecake

The Gold Lining Girl created the perfect fall bite as well. Pumpkin cheesecake in crepe form can be quite a nice break from duller meals.

34. Limoncello Cheese

Vikalinka knows how to set off some fresh blueberries. Limoncello cheese inside your crepes are a must try, grab the recipe now!

35. Ricotta & Smoked Salmon

Do we have any salmon lovers reading? Beaugureau Studios shows us how to fill our crepes with some of the fresh, popular fish.

36. Sweet Coconut Cardamom

eCurry gives us one of the more unique fillings. Coconut cream and cardamom crepes can make quite the impression on your guests.

37. Egg & Sausage

Tastefully Gluten Free is whipping up some great breakfast crepes for us to dive into. Eggs and sausage fill this one up quite nicely. c7c

38. Chicken & Chive

If you like stronger flavors then try out this recipe that includes some chives. Throw in some chicken too and follow along at The Worktop.

39. Taco Meat

Mel’s Kitchen Cafe whipped up some taco-inspired crepes and we’re loving them too. Top them off just like your favorite Mexican fare.

40. Matcha Ricotta

Recipe Runner turned Matcha into the right kind of bite too. Just don’t forget the ricotta cheese in this one.

41. Ham, Swiss, Honey Mustard

Check out Easy Lunch Recipes and learn how to put that leftover ham to good use. Add some cheese and honey mustard too!

42. Raspberry Cream Cheese

All Day I Dream About Food makes raspberry cream to fill up her crepes and we’re kind of loving this one too. Tart and fresh can make the more inspiring bites.

43. Lemon Cream

Fruit goes well with crepes. Lemon infused this recipe and, again, the freshness is what we’re drooling over at Pretty Pink Apron.

44. Egg, Ham, Cheese

Natasha’s Kitchen whips up the most perfect breakfast crepe as well. Eggs, ham and cheese … even the kiddos will dive into this one.

45. Strawberries & Cream Cheese

Crunchy Creamy Sweet mixes strawberries and cream cheese. It’s classic and it’s just another one that you’ll need to put in the recipe box.

46. Coffee Mascarpone Cream

Diet hood shows us how to wake up right. Coffee mascarpone cream is all you need to start your mornings off in a brighter, more delicious way.

47. Spinach, Artichoke, Brie

Half Baked Harvest makes a super indulgent and comforting bite as well. Brie, spinach and artichokes will satisfy everyone at the table.

48. Fruit Salsa

The Gunny Sack makes some fruit salsa that can fill up your breakfast or top off your pancakes. Follow the link and snag the recipe now.

Gracie, what an amazing collection of crepe ideas! Brunch, anyone.

Each of these recipes had me spinning off on other endless possibilities. I’m new to crepes so I’ve been reading about sweet, savory, French, different flours, wheat vs buckwheat, trying to figure out the crepe part first. I haven’t looked at all of these recipes yet, but each has it’s own crepe recipe. Have you experimented with different crepes? Any input?


Shawarma Savoury Crepes

-In a bowl,add yogurt,garlic paste,red chilli powder,cumin powder,coriander powder,salt,black pepper power,allspice powder,cinnamon powder,olive oil,lemon juice & mix well.

-Add chicken & mix well,cover & marinate for 30 minutes.

-On a frying pan,add cooking oil,marinated chicken & cook until tender & dries up (18-20 minutes).

Prepare Tahini Mayo Sauce:

-In a bowl,add yogurt,tahini paste,mayonnaise,paprika powder,garlic powder,salt,fresh coriander & whisk well & refrigerate until use.

Prepare Crepes:

-In a bowl,add milk,water,eggs,salt & whisk well.

-Gradually add all-purpose flour & whisk well.

-Add cooking oil & whisk well.

-Grease 9” inch frying pan with cooking oil,add 1/3 cup of batter,spread evenly & cook on low flame from both sides until light golden.

-Take out crepe on a clean surface,add cabbage,cucumber,tomatoes,capsicum,prepared tahini mayo sauce (1 tbs),prepared shawarma filling,fold all sides & roll it.

-Grease grill pan with cooking oil & grill folded crepe from both sides until golden brown (1 minute each side) (makes 9-10).

Prepare Shawarma Filling:

-Lehsan paste (Garlic paste) 2 tbs

-Lal mirch powder (Red chilli powder) ½ tbs or to taste

-Zeera powder (Cumin powder) 1 tsp

-Dhania powder (Coriander powder) 1 tsp

-Namak (Salt) 1 tsp or to taste

-Kali mirch powder (Black pepper powder) ½ tsp

-Darchini powder (Cinnamon powder) ¼ tsp

-Chicken boneless cut in strips 500g

Prepare Tahini Mayo Sauce:

-Lehsan powder (Garlic powder) ½ tsp

-Namak (Salt) ¼ tsp or to taste

-Hara dhania (Fresh coriander) chopped 2 tbs

Prepare Crepes:

-Pakola Full Cream Milk 1 Cup

-Namak (Salt) 1 tsp or to taste

-Maida (All-purpose flour) sifted 1 & ½ Cup

-Band gobhi (Cabbage) shredded

-Kheera (Cucumber) deseeded & julienne

-Tamatar (Tomato) deseeded & julienne

-Shimla mirch (Capsicum) julienne

Prepare Shawarma Filling:

-Bowl mein dahi,lehsan paste,lal mirch powder,zeera powder,dhania powder,namak,kali mirch powder, allspice powder,darchini powder,olive oil aur lemon juice dal ker ache tarhan whisk ker lein.

-Chicken dal ker ache tarhan mix karein aur dhak ker 30 minutes kliya marinate ker lein.

-Frying pan mein cooking oil aur marinated chicken dal dein,gul janay aur sukh janay tak paka lein (18-20 minutes).

Prepare Tahini Mayo Sauce:

-Bowl mein dahi,tahini paste,mayonnaise,paprika powder,lehsan powder,namak aur hara dhania dal ker ache tarhan whisk karein & use kernay tak refrigerate ker lein.

Prepare Crepes:

-Bowl mein doodh,pani,anday aur namak dal ker ache tarhan whisk ker lein.

-Thora thora ker ka maida shamil karein aur ache tarhan whisk ker lein.

-Cooking oil dal ker ache tarhan whisk karein.

-9” inch frying pan ko cooking oil sa grease karein aur 1/3 cup batter dal ker evenly pheela lein aur halki ancch per dono sides sa light golden hunay tak paka lein.

-Crepe ko clean workings surface per rakh dein,band gobhi,kheera,tamatar,shimla mirch,tayyar tahini mayo sauce (1 tbs) aur tayyar shawarma filling dal ker tamam sides sa fold ker lein.

-Grill pan ko cooking oil sa grease karein aur folded crepes ko dono sides sa golden brown hunay tak grill ker lein (1 minute each side) (makes 9-10).


21 of the Freshest Crepe Recipes You’ll Regret Not Trying

Fresh crepes are one of the staples of hip-hop culture (“look at those crepes” being a regular insult thrown around in freestyle battles). But, sneaker slang aside, they’re also a staple of getting a damn good breakfast into your face.

You might associate crepes with lavish desserts. But this thin pancake is much more versatile (and easier to make) than its crepe-utation would suggest.

Savory, sweet, fruit-filled, veggie-filled, meaty — these easy crepe recipes will show you all the ways you might be missing out. You can enjoy crepes all day, errrrrrrryday.

Because there’s no reason on Earth not to.

1. Easy crepes with jam or fruit preserves

Do you ever feel like the bread-to-jam ratio of toast is a bit off? Would you like never to be cheated out of your rightful jam ever again?

These jam-filled crepes have your back. They let the filling shine with plenty of fruit flavor. We love blackberry and raspberry, but you can swap in just about anything. These crepes provide just the right amount of padding for a successful jam delivery.

The recipe creator helpfully provides a gluten-free option, so no one has to feel excluded from this crepe party.

Go wild and experiment with the filling (for example, we swear by stewed apples and cinnamon in the fall), but keep an eye out for the added sugars in store-bought jams — they’re a pantry staple you should really buy organic.

2. Chocolate crepes

It takes minimal effort and ingredients to transform traditional crepes into a delivery method for chocolate. And who’s gonna argue when chocolate crepes appear in front of them?

Simply add cocoa powder and sugar (or vanilla extract). Voila! You just leveled up.

The hardest part is deciding on a topping. Fresh berries? Toasted nuts? Oh, heck, ice cream, why not?

For a filling that provides a dose of healthy fat, try almond or cashew butter. For a sweet option, Nutella or cookie butter is your friend. (And no, you don’t have to feel guilty about Nutella — here are 17 recipes that prove it.)

3. Strawberry s’more enchiladas with warm vanilla sauce

Fresh strawberries, custard sauce, toasted marshmallows… this recipe sounds too good to be true. Except it isn’t. It super heckin’ exists. And — *klaxon sound* — it has chocolate.

A step-by-step guide makes the recipe as foolproof as it is flavorful. And because the crepes are covered in marshmallows, you’ll be able to hide any mistakes anyway.

Perfect for a weekend brunch with friends or an unexpected dessert, this is a meal for the masses (or you might risk eating it all yourself).

If you’re looking for Mexican food with a twist (although calling these “enchiladas” in the first place might be a reach), look no further.

4. 2-ingredient crepes

If you love Paleo pancakes, get ready to be blown away by these simple two-ingredient crepes. Made with cream cheese and eggs, this recipe is arguably the easiest way to whip up crepes — and quite possibly the tastiest.

Simply blend the ingredients, cook in a buttered pan over high heat, and top with more butter, berries, nut butter, or anything you’re craving. You really can’t go wrong.

5. Classic French crepes

Crepes come in many shapes, sizes, and flavors, but perhaps the most classic variation is the traditional French mini-masterpiece, filled with granulated sugar and a hefty squeeze of fresh lemon juice.

If you’re a crepe newbie, this recipe is a great place to start. It breaks down every step and every potential pitfall (such as a rubbery consistency due to overcooking).

It also adds methods for making these crepes with whichever tools you have on hand. So go ahead and make that optional whipped cream mandatory. You deserve it.

6. Apple pie crepes

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There’s having pie for breakfast, which we love, and then there’s having pie filling-packed crepes for breakfast. In a crepe, it feels more like breakfast anyway. And we might just love it more.

This recipe takes inspiration from the classic pie filling but makes it healthier by sticking to the good stuff, like apples (duh), raisins, cinnamon, and walnuts.

Pro tip: Make the crepes in advance and store them in the fridge. Then, when hunger strikes, all you’ll need to do is heat them up and stuff them. Because who wants to make stuff first thing in the morning?

(OK, you might want to — so here are some quick breakfast recipes to get you going.)

7. Whole-wheat vegan crepes with apricots and ginger

While the classic crepe add-ins are all kinds of awesome (we’ve almost never said no to Nutella), sometimes you just want something different. This vegan recipe goes for apricots as the fruit of a choice and a ginger syrup as its sweet, sticky topping.

To help the ingredients bind (since there’s no egg, of course), let the batter sit for up to 2 hours before cooking. We love the earthiness of the whole-wheat flour and that touch of coconut from none other than coconut oil.

8. Coconut oil crepes

If you’re not nutters for butter, try this coconut oil crepe recipe. These crepes are made with all the usuals — eggs, milk, salt, flour. The only thing different is the oil (which actually makes for a pretty amazing, somewhat flaky texture).

To get these right, make sure all the ingredients are at room temperature before you combine them. And don’t panic if your batter has clumps — it’s the coconut oil, not spoiled milk (and it’ll melt in the pan).

9. Gluten-free keto crepes with almond flour

As Paleo, gluten-free, and delicious as can be, these crepes are for all foodivores. And they have a low carb count, so even folks who are limiting their carbs can dig in.

Made with almond flour, ghee, sea salt, and a gummy-bear-esque secret ingredient, these crepes can become savory or sweet on a whim.

Those with a sweet tooth can add vanilla extract and top with fresh berries and nut butter. On the savory side, you can fill these crepes with bacon, chives, and a handful of cheese. Or, you know, whatever the heck you want.

10. Poppy seed lemon crepes with blueberry cream cheese filling

This recipe takes crepes to a new level, producing a delicious blueberry and cream cheese filling on top of a tart yet sweet lemon poppy seed crepe.

This filling is more dessert-like, so we like to dial back the sugar and increase the protein by using Greek yogurt instead of cream cheese and skipping the powdered sugar.

To get that beloved lemon poppyseed flavor bursting through like crepe-uscular rays, simply add lemon zest and poppy seeds to the crepe batter.

When you feel super fancy and want crepes for dinner.

11. Easy crepes, eggs Benedict-style

Though we do a love a good English muffin, these folded crepes make the perfect base for the ham, hollandaise, and infamous poached eggs that make eggs Benedict so darn good.

Both poached eggs and crepes have a reputation for being tricky, but this recipe provides the perfect tips to get them just right. (Psst… one of them involves vinegar. “WHAT. ” we hear you cry. Just eat your crepes and be happy.)

We’ve got our own tricks for nailing poached eggs.

12. Chicken Florentine crepes

Crepes meet enchiladas meet dinner heaven. This low carb, keto-friendly crepe dish is all kinds of fancy and healthy.

They’re filled with shredded rotisserie chicken, cream cheese, Parmesan cheese, and still more cheese (HOORAY! CHEESE!). It’s recipes like this that make eating low carb so freakin’ easy — or, well, easier.

But it’s not just about the fats. These crepes are also filled with spinach, mushrooms, onions, and garlic, ensuring you get plenty of veggies. Is there anything this concoction doesn’t have? Only Nutella, it would seem.

This is a very pizzazz-y way to do chicken. Here are five even more pizzazz-y ways.

13. Chickpea flour crepes

Vegan and gluten-free? Sign us up. These crepes skip the tradition and instead call for combining garbanzo bean flour, water, salt, and garlic powder for the batter.

Crammed with avocado, carrots, hummus, and lettuce and topped with a homemade hemp ranch dressing, they may just be the perfect lunch.

For extra protein, add crumbled tofu. Job done.

14. Easy crepes with chicken and cheese

The key to unbreakable crepes is making a batter that’s nearly as thick as sour cream. With this recipe, you can achieve just that by whisking together eggs, salt, and sugar and gradually adding the milk and flour.

The next trick is using a pan that’s the size of the crepe you want and pouring batter into a layer that’s not too thick. From there, add chicken and cheese — cheddar and mozzarella is a great combo.

Once the cheese is melted, put it in front of yourself for noshing… if you can even wait that long.

Big cheese fan? We like cheese too. Here’s everything you need to know.

15. Savory crepes with turkey, mushroom, and Swiss cheese

This recipe reminds us of one of our favorite panini, brimming with melted Swiss cheese, shredded turkey, sautéed mushrooms, and plenty of herbs and spices. Good heavens.

Instead of plain ol’ bread, however, this recipe uses crepe batter that’s zhuzhed up with parsley, basil, and red pepper flakes, giving it more oomph than your average slice.

Use fresh turkey if you have some on hand (Thanksgiving leftovers, anyone?) or feel free to use store-bought deli slices for a less bulky bite.

16. Easy teff crepes

We’re teff-initely into these savory crepes. Inspired by the spongy Ethiopian bread injera, these crepes are meant to sop up the likes of lentils, stewed meats, and saucy veggies.

These make pretty convincing stand-ins for a fork. Yup, eating with your hands never looked this classy.

It’s super important (and tasty) to know about cuisines from around the world — it’s like learning with your mouth.

17. Savory herb crepes with hollandaise

Hooray for hollandaise, always stepping in to become the hero. The ideal topping for herb-filled crepes, this yolk-based sauce adds the perfect depth of flavor to the ham and arugula filling.

Mix things up by subbing shredded chicken for the ham and spinach for the arugula, or go full veggie with avocado slices and melted cheese. Just don’t skimp on the herbs, which are the small but mighty winners in this dish.

Hollandaise can also boost the hell out of a potato salad.

18. Savory cheese crepes

So long, stuffing. One of the few things better than cheese is cheese in crepe form.

This crepe recipe sticks to the best thing about crepes: the crepes themselves. The batter is extra special, made with loads of shredded cheddar. This results in super-soft, somewhat sharp rolls of cheesy goodness.

If you’re looking to take it up a notch, combine sour cream (or Greek yogurt) and scallions for a savory topping with a touch of extra protein.

19. Chipotle butternut squash crepes with cilantro crema

Sometimes it’s hard to know what to do with butternut squash. While we could certainly eat it simply roasted, we also love finding creative alternatives like these chipotle crepes with cilantro crema.

The crepe batter contains a combo of cornmeal and whole-wheat flour for extra heartiness, and the crema is a mixture of sour cream, heavy cream, and freshly chopped cilantro.

We love the recipe as is, but you can’t go wrong with added protein like black beans.

20. Spinach, artichoke, and brie crepes with sweet honey sauce

Hosted a party and now you’re stuck with tons of leftover brie? What a shame (just kidding!). Instead of eating slice after slice, use the creamy cheese in these spinach and artichoke crepes.

(No offense, plain brie. You’re still delicious. We just need a change sometimes. It’s not you, it’s us.)

The whole-wheat crepes boast garlic, red pepper, fresh spinach, marinated artichoke hearts, and some brie and Parm. A sweet honey sauce tops the whole shebang.

A word of caution: Your guests may come back for round two. So don’t give these to people you don’t like.

Brie is one of the stars of the charcuterie board — learn how to put one together here.

21. Savory crepes with meat, mushroom, and veggie filling

Love samosas? You’ll love this recipe even more. We’ve been talking a lot about French crepes, but did you know they’re all the rage in Ukraine as well?

This festive dish that often appears at weddings skips the sugar and sticks to meat and veggies to make quesadilla-like pockets stuffed to the brim with flavor.

Mayo is used to hold the filling together, but feel free to sub mustard or pesto for added flavor (not that this dish needs it). These savory delights will have you saying “I do” in a heartbeat.


Savory Crepe Filling Ideas and Recipes

Ham and Egg Crepe Squares from Martha Stewart are such a unique presentation! These would make the perfect addition to brunch.

Leek, Apple, Fennel Sausage, and Goat Cheese Crêpes

These Leek, Apple, Fennel Sausage, and Goat Cheese Crêpes from Fine Cooking are so delicious and unique. The leek compote and the apples play so nicely off the sausage, and the goat cheese brings it all together lusciously! Serve with a bright, simple salad such as diced apples and walnuts in vinaigrette, or a celery-root slaw.

Ham Swiss and Asparagus Crepes

Ham, Swiss and Asparagus Crepes from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe are such a great flavor combination! And if you have leftover asparagus, definitely try these prosciutto wrapped asparagus too!

Farmers Market Crepes

You will love these Farmers Market Crepes! These Savory crepes are topped with spinach, green onion, tomatoes and cheddar with a generous squeeze of lemon.

Ham Gruyere and Mushroom Crepes

These Ham Gruyere and Mushroom Crepes from Say Yes are great for the holidays and can even be made in advance.

Herb Crepes with Eggs, Swiss, Ham and Browned Butter

These Herbed Crepes with Eggs, Swiss and Ham from Cooking Classy are easy to make and are perfect for brunch. In this post they are described as “elegant” breakfast burritos… what could be more perfect?!

Ham and Cheese Crepes

These ham and cheese crepes from What’s Gaby Cooking are delicious! Filled with prosciutto and cheese, and topped with shaved asparagus and radish, these are savory crepes you’ll want to make again and again! Perfect especially for springtime.

Spinach Artichoke Brie Crepe

Move over spinach artichoke dip, now we are all about spinacha rtichoke crepes! These Spinach, Artichokes and Brie Crepes with Sweet Honey Sauce from Half Baked Harvest are the savory crepes you need in your life!

Steak Spinach and Mushroom Crepes with Balsamic Glaze

Another great savory crepe recipe from Half Baked Harvest – Steak, Spinach and Mushroom Crepes with Balsamic Glaze. These are the perfect crepes for meat lovers!

Sautéed Mushroom and Scallion Crepes

These Savory Crepes with Sautéed Mushrooms and Scallions from Sandra’s Easy Cooking are perfect for mushroom lovers! You could play around with different varieties of mushrooms in this recipe.

If you are looking for even more savory crepe recipes, you might consider purchasing the book Crepes:50 Savory and Sweet Recipes, and also just feel free to experiment with savory crepes yourself! Try out different meats, cheese, and veggies, the sky is the limit!


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The summer session of Selfmade kicks off Monday, June 28 and runs for 10 weeks through Friday, September 3, 2021.

How much does it cost to enroll?

The enrollment price is $2,000, but for the summer session, we're thrilled to team up with Office Depot to grant 200 FREE scholarship seats to the course. Scholarships are open to US residents, focusing on women of color, women from underserved and underrepresented communities, and women in need of support to help them trail-blaze. After all, we firmly believe that your support system is a huge part of how you achieve greatness, and we are here to cheer all of you on.

To nominate yourself or someone you know for a scholarship, head to our application form right here. The deadline for scholarship applications is June 8 — it's time to take the leap!

Once scholarship recipients are chosen in June, prospective students will have 48 hours to accept their seats, so keep an eye on your inbox starting June 8! For those who don't receive a full-ride scholarship, you'll be eligible to receive a special discount and perks just for applying!

So what are you waiting for? Take a chance on yourself and get yourself one step closer to truly being selfmade. Learn more about the Selfmade program, apply for a scholarship and prepare to be inspired :)

Discover what valuable lessons these small business owners and entrepreneurs took away from the spring session of the Selfmade 10-week course at Selfmade Success Stories.


Easy + Amazing Instant Pot Meals to Kick Off the Memorial Day Weekend

Pssst. Did you hear? Brit + Co's 10-week business program for women, Selfmade, is back for the summer! And that also means our scholarship program is back in action thanks to our amazing partner, Office Depot. Keep reading for more about the life-changing program and how to join the thriving, entrepreneurial community that's helped mentor over 5,700 women to date.

What's Selfmade?

Designed to help you create a new business or grow your existing one, this course is personally led by Brit + Co founder Brit Morin, and supported by more than a dozen of the top female entrepreneurs, creatives, and investors in the country. Students receive personalized coaching on everything from how to get out of your comfort zone to how to scale your business, and everything in between. And now, thanks to our founding sponsor Office Depot, even more of you can join the course!

When is the program?

The summer session of Selfmade kicks off Monday, June 28 and runs for 10 weeks through Friday, September 3, 2021.

How much does it cost to enroll?

The enrollment price is $2,000, but for the summer session, we're thrilled to team up with Office Depot to grant 200 FREE scholarship seats to the course. Scholarships are open to US residents, focusing on women of color, women from underserved and underrepresented communities, and women in need of support to help them trail-blaze. After all, we firmly believe that your support system is a huge part of how you achieve greatness, and we are here to cheer all of you on.

To nominate yourself or someone you know for a scholarship, head to our application form right here. The deadline for scholarship applications is June 8 — it's time to take the leap!

Once scholarship recipients are chosen in June, prospective students will have 48 hours to accept their seats, so keep an eye on your inbox starting June 8! For those who don't receive a full-ride scholarship, you'll be eligible to receive a special discount and perks just for applying!

So what are you waiting for? Take a chance on yourself and get yourself one step closer to truly being selfmade. Learn more about the Selfmade program, apply for a scholarship and prepare to be inspired :)

Discover what valuable lessons these small business owners and entrepreneurs took away from the spring session of the Selfmade 10-week course at Selfmade Success Stories.


17 Best Savory Crepe Filling Recipes

1. Savory Crepes With A Veggie Filling

If you want to eat savory crepe but you’re a vegan or vegetarian, then you don’t need to worry. Made from chickpea, mushrooms, spinach and also homemade crepes make this recipe gluten-free, dairy-free, grain-free and eggless. You can also add any other veggies that you like. (Via Elavegan)

2. Lobster and Crab Crepes

If you love seafood especially crab and lobster then I bet you will love this delicious crepe. Filled with lobster and crab baked in a creamy delicious sauce, this crepe really looks luxurious. Perfect if you want to step up your brunch or dinner game! (Via Sabri’s Pantry)

3. Chicken Broccoli Stuffed Crepe Casserole

Look at this creamy and utterly delicious baked crepe! Topped off with a rich Bechamel sauce and Gruyere cheese, this crepe is the ultimate comfort food, flavorful and filling. This recipe is perfect for busy weeknight meals. You can also make ahead this crepe just in case your family begging you to make this delicious casserole. (Via The Seaside Baker)

4. Savory Crepes With Smoked Salmon

If a sweet fruit crepe is not your thing maybe this salmon would. This crepe is so easy to make, once you have made the crepes, spread a thin layer of cream cheese on the inside of the crepe then layer smoked salmon in the middle and fold them. (Via Grab The Mangos)

5. Savory Vegetable Crepes

Zucchini, yellow squash, shredded cheese, eggs and salsa are basically what you need to make this veggies crepe. You can also add other veggies such as spinach, kale and even bacon, sausage or ham if you eat meat. (Via The Almond Eater)

6. Baked Egg Crepes With Spring Herbs and Avocado

Instead of making that same omelet for your breakfast, why not make your breakfast next level with this fancy crepe. The ingredients that you need to make this recipe is crepes, fresh spinach, prosciutto, cheese and eggs. And it’s really easy to make, you just need to assemble and bake them until the eggs are set, then add herbs and sliced avocado. (Via Half Baked Harvest)

7. Cajun Shrimp Crepes

Want to make crepe that tastes different from other recipes you have seen on the internet? If yes, this crepe is what you’re looking for. Spicy and delicious is the definition of this crepe. The shrimp make this recipe taste even better. (Via All Recipes)

8. Spinach Manicotti With Ricotta Cheese and Red Sauce

Are you miss pasta on a low-carb diet? This recipe will satiate your pasta crave especially the tube-type pasta like manicotti. Using crepes as the manicotti and filled with spinach, ricotta cheese, topped with red marinara sauce, you can be enjoying this delicious Italian classic in mere minutes! (Via Low Carb Maven)

9. Steak, Spinach and Mushroom Crepes With Balsamic Glaze

If steak and crepes are your favorite dish, then this recipe is calling you. Those pieces of beef peeking out, the balsamic glaze combined with mushrooms and spinach make this crepes look amazing and scream ‘heaven’. (Via Half Baked Harvest)

10. Vegan Spinach and Mushroom Crepes With Almond Cheese

This vegan spinach and mushroom crepe with almond cheese is the perfect recipe if you’re looking for a healthy, easy, quick and savory plant-based crepe. (Via Domestic Gothess)

11. Egg Crepe With Sausage

Are you looking for an easy and fun crepe recipe? Search no further. The amazing part of this recipe is the crepes made from eggs and milk, so there’s no flour in this crepe. Perfect for a tasty low-carb meal. (Via My Recipes)

12. Breakfast Crepes With Bacon and Egg

If you love bacon as I do, then you will hook with these crepes. Bacon combined with medium hard-boiled eggs, cheese and green onions then fried in butter. This recipe could also be your next freezer-friendly breakfast meal. So Yummy! (Via Peter’s Food Adventures)

13. Chicken Crepe Pockets

Look at these cute crepe pockets that are stuffed with chicken, cream cheese and other goodies. Need a simple, yummy and filling appetizer that will wow your family and friends? This crepe is the best option. (Via Momsdish)

14. Bánh Xèo (Vietnamese Crepes)

Who’s here loves Asian foods? If it’s you, here’s another Southeast Asian recipe that you need to try. If you’re used to making the crepe batter first then the filling, then this crepe will be different because you cook the pork, mung bean sprouts and shrimp directly in the crepe batter. Such a wonderful dish! (Via A Spicy Perspective)

15. Crepes St. Jacques

Scallops are the ultimate taste of these crepes. Cooked in a mushroom bechamel sauce and topped with shredded cheese, this delicious crepe will be your new rotation! (Via Joe’s Healthy Meals)

16. Crepes With Tuna

This recipe will show you how to use your canned tuna more than just for a sandwich. You also customize this crepe recipe by adding shredded cheese and sauce on top. (Via Food From Portugal)

17. Ham and Cheese Savory Crepes

I don’t know about you, but these creamy delicious crepes are what I’m dreaming of when I wake up in the morning. I mean who doesn’t happy when your breakfast or brunch is served like these fancy crepes. So making this recipe now and you will see the joy on your family and loved one’s faces! (Via Olivia’s Cuisine)


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