Nutella Crepes Recipe

by Lisa Douglas

homemade nutella crepes recipe

Nutella Crepes Recipe

Nutella is the biggest craze right now, and I decided to give into that craze and make a delicious, nutritious breakfast treat for my kids before school. My kindergartner could literally eat Nutella morning, noon and night; from sun-up to sun-down. She’s a total addict!

homemade nutella crepes recipe

Homemade Nutella Crepes Recipe

My children are already huge pancake lovers, so I figured the jump from a pancake to a crepe wouldn’t be a tough one. I’m proud to say I won the kids’ hearts over with these Nutella crepes, and made it healthier by using Silk PureAlmond Dark Chocolate milk, which has 50% more calcium than chocolate dairy milk. Hooray for healthy!

homemade nutella crepes

homemade hazelnut crepes with silk purealmond dark chocolate milk

Nutella Crepes Recipe

This Nutella crepe is a family favorite in our home. Served warm with fruit and syrup, these tasty crepes can be filled or topped with anything!
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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: French
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: 10
Author: Lisa Douglas

Ingredients

  • cup Silk PureAlmond Dark Chocolate milk
  • 2 organic eggs
  • cup Nutella chocolate hazelnut spread
  • 2 cups flour
  • ½ cup raw sugar or raw honey
  • fresh fruit topping like raspberries
  • maple syrup optional
  • powdered sugar in a sifter optional

Instructions

  • Whisk your egg until well mixed, add in Silk PureAlmond milk, Nutella, and sugar/honey, whisking until combined thoroughly.
  • Add in flour, blending completely, scraping the sides until all well combined.
  • Let sit for about five minutes, to thicken up a little. Consistency should resemble a heavy cream.
  • Heat an 8” skillet on medium-high and spray with cooking spray or grease lightly with shortening.
  • Pour about ¼- ½ cup of mixture into heated pan, sliding the pan around gently in a circle until it spreads out evenly.
  • Cook until the bottom is heated through and the edges begin to harden while bubbles form on top, about 45 seconds to a minute.
  • Using a spatula, slide gently to the side and flip.
  • Cook another 30-45 seconds on the uncooked side, flip once more to ensure cooked thoroughly, and slide onto a plate.
  • Continue until all batter has been used.
  • Serve warm with fresh fruit, maple syrup drizzled over top, and finely sprinkled powdered sugar.
  • (Filling optional) 🙂
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What do you think, have you ever cooked with almond milk before? What about chocolate crepes, have you ever had one? And are you as addicted to Nutella as everyone else is?

Disclaimer: I was asked to create healthy recipes as part of a sponsored campaign with Silk and Fitfluential, LLC, but all opinions, recipes, and large family to feed are my own.

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