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  • prep time

    prep time

    15 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    25 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    40 min

Keto Crepes

23 ratings

A basic recipe for keto crepes that could be filled with just about anything.

  • Net Carbs

    3.8 g

  • Fiber

    1 g

  • Total Carbs

    6.3 g

  • Protein

    12.5 g

  • Fats

    25.9 g

303 cals

Keto Crepes

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Ingredients

  • Cream Cheese

    Cream Cheese

    6 ounce

  • Raw Egg

    Raw Egg

    6 large

  • Coconut Flour

    Coconut Flour

    1-½ tablespoon

  • The Ultimate Icing Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    The Ultimate Icing Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    2 tsp

  • Baking Aids Xanthan Gum by Bob's Red Mill

    Baking Aids Xanthan Gum by Bob's Red Mill

    ⅛ teaspoon

  • Butter

    Butter

    1 tablespoon

Recipe Steps

steps 7

40 min

  • Step 1

    Microwave the cream cheese in the microwave until softened. Add the cream cheese, eggs, flour, 2 teaspoons of Swerve and xanthan gum together.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Blend with a stick blender until combined well, but stop as soon as it is blended.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Preheat a medium-sized nonstick saute over medium-high heat. Using a pastry brush, swipe the smallest amount of melted butter over the hot pan.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Add in ¼ cup of batter into the hot pan at a time. Add the batter into the center of the pan. Swirl the pan 3-4 times to move the batter around in a circle, being sure to move the batter around to cover any holes.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Allow the crepe to cook over the heat, turning the heat down slightly if you see any smoking. Wait until the crepe starts to turn brown on the edges before using a heatproof spatula to start losing the edges. If the crepe is ready to flip you should be able to get the spatula under the very center of the crepe, lift it and flip it over. It should be very easy. If it is not ready, the spatula will rip the crepe. If this happens, push the crepe back together and allow it to cook for a few more seconds.
    Step 5
  • Step 6

    Repeat with the remaining batter.
    Step 6
  • Step 7

    Serve immediately! Dust with powdered erythritol or fill with your favorite savory items.
    Step 7

Comments 31

  • SuperMacadamia268499

    SuperMacadamia268499 5 months ago

    Use to make cheese blintzes! Delicious!!!

    • GammaLaLa

      GammaLaLa 2 years ago

      Awesome. Add vanilla extract for sweeter desert crepes

      • LavenderBlueDilly

        LavenderBlueDilly 2 years ago

        These are awesome. I added ground cardamom to mine. Smells like lemon! My crepes are weighing out at about 33g each. That would mean about 3 could be a serving and not 2. Be sure to weigh what you eat to make sure its within your macros. Don’t try to flip too early!!! Be sure to tilt and roll the pan after you pour the batter in.

        • LavenderBlueDilly

          LavenderBlueDilly 2 years ago

          Xanthan gum does not have to be name brand. Shop around. I found Walmart’s store brand and it was cheaper.

          • sheloveshermost

            sheloveshermost 2 years ago

            I have been making these for weeks and we are HOOKED. They are so versatile. Sometimes I add a few fresh or frozen blueberries or blackberries, sometimes I make a filling with sugar-free blackberry preserves mixed with cream cheese, and sometimes I use this exact recipe to make chocolate chip pancakes - just add 1 T. sugar-free chocolate chips per serving.

            • IneffableKale719609

              IneffableKale719609 2 years ago

              Why do some Xanthan have 1 carb and Bob's Red Mill has seven? Also, other have matching fibers to carbs. I dont understand. Does this recipe have to have Red Mill Xanthan?

              • Carolinarodver

                Carolinarodver 2 years ago

                Can I replace the coconut flour w. Almond flour?

                • LavenderBlueDilly

                  LavenderBlueDilly 2 years ago

                  Copy the recipe and adjust the macros for the swap and see how it makes up!

              • Cyndc

                Cyndc 3 years ago

                Can this recipe be done with non-dairy cream cheese, like Kitehill?

                • finelyliving

                  finelyliving 2 years ago

                  Absolutely not. It will turn to liquid!

                • finelyliving

                  finelyliving 2 years ago

                  LOL I used Kitehill non-dairy for another recipe...I baked it thinking that the recipe would be mouthwatering, and it turned to liquid in the baking dish!! I did everything that I could to revive the disaster (too expensive to throw out), but I will never use it again.

              • JuLia10

                JuLia10 3 years ago

                I filled them with 25g shredded Morzarella cheese each. Sooo good!!! Had spinach salad on the side. Was gonna add two slices of bacon but that would have been too many carbs, so I didn’t. :) Wish I could share a pic of my plate, it looks so good. Tip: Cook them low and slow and not too long. If they start to turn brown I think they taste too eggy. I started off low and slow, those tasted better. For the last two I became too impatient and hungry. One portion is two, so I had those for breakfast today, the other two I will just microwave tomorrow. Love this recipe!!

                • finelyliving

                  finelyliving 2 years ago

                  Have you tried keto sugar-free without any preservatives? I get mine from Sprouts.

                • MarvellousAvocado589739

                  MarvellousAvocado589739 3 years ago

                  Bacon is protein/fat, no carbs

              • Zeussolino

                Zeussolino 3 years ago

                I'd like to do them but I can't find the Baking Aids Xanthan Gum by Bob's Red Mill here, do you know with what I can replace it? thank you

                • Shawna

                  Shawna 2 years ago

                  I got mine on Amazon

                • Heather

                  Heather 3 years ago

                  Tescos has Xanthan Gum

                • MarvellousAvocado589739

                  MarvellousAvocado589739 3 years ago

                  Try local Whole Foods market, co-op market or “Job Lot” store. Or look online.

                • adineswartz51

                  adineswartz51 3 years ago

                  They have it amazon

              • Myrilie

                Myrilie 3 years ago

                Mmmm... taste eggs a lot but not a bad thing!!!! My favorite way is usually butter on but I will have to give a try to other flavors as my own maple products... or fruits for another time ´cause none in the house now I just made the fatbomb strawberries receipe with my leftover...

                • MarvellousAvocado589739

                  MarvellousAvocado589739 3 years ago

                  Try with diced. pears and crumbled savory sausage. Drizzle with maple syrup!

              • AdelB

                AdelB 3 years ago

                Amazing!!! Absolutely love it !

                • K-ribbean

                  K-ribbean 3 years ago

                  I lovd it!! Added cinnamon and vanilla extract and have 2 strawberry with it

                  • ArtLoveAndCoffee

                    ArtLoveAndCoffee 3 years ago

                    These crepes have a great fluffy texture! The taste is very simple and reminds me of white bread. This could be a good substitute for bread if you're craving it.

                    • laurahughes518698a73150

                      laurahughes518698a73150 3 years ago

                      Love these!

                      • Lallyp0ps

                        Lallyp0ps 3 years ago

                        How yummy are these!! I made 6 so enough for 3 days. Had mine with a few blueberries. Delicious - really filling and satisfying😋

                        • Pariash

                          Pariash 3 years ago

                          This was delicious. Can someone please tell me how I track this if I only had one. I tried 1/2serving didn’t work. Help please. Thanks

                          • laurahughes518698a73150

                            laurahughes518698a73150 3 years ago

                            1/2 serving does calculate correctly even though description still shows 2 crepes

                        • Paulldj

                          Paulldj 3 years ago

                          Not sure what I did wrong, they tasted like a nasty plain omelette

                          • GinoCedeno

                            GinoCedeno 3 years ago

                            Had the same exact feeling

                        • Buttercup1000

                          Buttercup1000 4 years ago

                          I loved these, I added a tiny drizzle of no carb maple syrup. Next time i will make a low carb version of a Monty Cristo with these.