Crepes don’t only have to be enjoyed at breakfast time. You can have them for brunch, lunch, or dinner too! Enjoy these 25 crepe recipes for brunch…
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1. Herb Crepes with Hollandaise
I made crepes for you today! Savory herb crepes with hollandaise to be exact! Why no, crepes do not always have to be sweet, and although a perfect crepe stuffed with fresh fruit and mascarpone is one of my favorite snacks on the planet, savory crepes are right up there too!
2. Crepes St. Jacques
Reminiscent of the dish first experienced at the Magic Pan restaurants in the 1970s, these crepes are filled with a seafood and mushroom mixture and a béchamel sauce featuring Gruyère cheese. They make a delightful entrée.
3. Steak, Spinach, & Mushroom Crepes
These savory crepes taste amazing with the balsamic glaze over the top.
4. Savory Crepes with Turkey & Stuffing
Here is a new take on Thanksgiving leftovers- savory crepes made with mashed potatoes, then filled with turkey & stuffing and topped with gravy and cranberry sauce. These crepes are easy to make and are absolutely delicious! They’re perfect for a relaxing holiday weekend.
5. Matcha Crepe Recipes
Cooking with matcha green tea powder is one of the easiest and tastiest ways to incorporate tea into your food. Green tea can now be a part of your favorite breakfast with this delicious matcha crêpe recipe.
6. Egg Fast Snickerdoodle Crepes
These keto egg fast snickerdoodle crepes are easy to make and so delicious that even your non-keto family members (especially the kids) will adore them!!! They are also keto egg fast friendly for a major win/win situation!!!
7. Savory Crepes with Turkey, Mushrooms, & Swiss Cheese
I’ve loved crepes since I was a little girl. Absolute LOVE. My mom would make them occasionally for a weekend breakfast and I remember how fickle they could be. She would fuss with the temperature and the first few crepes were duds until she got it just right.
8. Savory Pesto Mushroom Crepe Recipe
Enjoy this amazing vegetarian mushroom crepe recipe, made with pesto and mushrooms. This Savory Pesto Mushroom Crepe Recipe has a smudge of pesto-goat cheese, wilted arugula, mushrooms, and tomato garnish. They are delicious for breakfast or brunch, or any holiday meal. Serve hot with a side of fruit salad!
9. Lobster Newburg Crepes
I opted to go for an upscale classic dish for inspiration. The Lobster Newburg crepe is easier than it sounds, but perfect for a sophisticated brunch dish or just when you want to splurge a little for yourself.
10. Chicken & Asparagus
The crepes used in this recipe come from my mom’s special recipe, and can be made ahead of time, refrigerated to assemble the next day. Cooked rotisserie chicken is a real time-saver when making this savory brunch specialty.
11. Pancakes with Creamy Garlic, Chicken, & Mushroom
These delicious savory pancakes filled with creamy garlic chicken and mushrooms would make a perfect supper dish on pancake day, or any other day! The filling is easy to make and ideal for using up any leftover roast chicken.
12. Chicken Crepe Recipes
Tender crepes are filled with chicken in a creamy sauce and finished with golden melted cheese. This recipe makes enough filling for about eight 18cm diameter crepes. We use poached chicken in the filling (see instructions below) but any type of cooked chicken could be used.
13. Ham & Cheese Crepes
A warm and tasty ham And cheese crepes recipe.
14. Manicotti Crepes
Ricotta and mozzarella cheese are enveloped in light and tender crepes, dressed in homemade tomato sauce and baked to a molten-hot, bubbly finish that is, simply put, irresistible!
15. Spinach Artichoke & Brie Crepes
First, I have become a pro at making crepes. The first time I made crepes they turned out highly sub-par and I am pretty sure half of them tore and the other were highly deformed. Highly deformed means large holes. Large holes means the fillings WILL leak out.
16. Mushroom, Spinach, & Parmesan Crepes
This classic recipe for savory mushroom, spinach, and Parmesan crêpes is perfect for an elegant brunch, lunch, or light vegetarian supper.
17. Brie Butter Sauce Crepes
I’m really excited about today’s recipe for Brie Butter Sauce Crepes. Nothing says French cuisine to me like cheese, butter, wine, and crepes. And this recipe uses all of those elements to bring you an amazingly tasty and fun meal. You’ll almost believe that you’re in France! Well, almost!
18. Chicken Crepes
The original recipe called for asparagus and swiss cheese, so I adapted it to fit my family’s (read kid’s) tastes. They were phenomenal! I made the crepes from scratch, but you could certainly buy the pre-made ones. I loved every bite of this dish, and I felt like I was eating in a fancy restaurant. I see more savory crepes in my future for sure. 🙂
19. Broccoli Cheese Crepes
This recipe from Jane Shapton is perfect to prepare for a special brunch or light dinner for two. The Irvine, California cook tucks a cheesy broccoli mixture into tender homemade crepes with delicious results.
20. Lasagna with Ricotta Crepe
As promised, these crepes are extremely Italian with tastes of ricotta and spinach.
21. Easy Crepes Eggs Benedict
Amazing twist on THE classic American breakfast. Next time you feel like Eggs Benedict, try to pair them with classic French crepes and make these easy crepes eggs Benedict. We couldn’t get enough.
22. Dill Crepes with Smoked Salmon
Delicate, thin dill crepes with smoked salmon make absolutely impressive, irresistibly delicious appetizer to jazz up your cocktail party!
23. Thyme’s Crab & Shrimp Crepes
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24. Gluten-Free Oat Crepes with Tomato, Basil, & Goat Cheese
In my kitchen, I treat gluten and gluten-free the same. I have quite a few gluten-free recipes on this site but it’s not because I specifically made them to be gluten-free. I made them because I liked the flavor those particular elements brought to the dish.
25. Savory Spinach, Ricotta, & Bacon Crepes
A pinch of cayenne in the crêpe batter adds just a hint of heat to these savory, satisfying crêpes. Serve them for brunch, lunch or a light supper. The filling may be made be made hours ahead, and the crêpes up to one week ahead (or longer, and frozen).