Yesterday, one of my Pinterest saves went viral. And that made me look deeper into the numbers to decipher why, out of the many other Pins I had, that particular pin went viral. Turns out a substantial percentage of Pinterest users actually go on Pinterest to find more dessert recipes. Or to just look at pretty sweets.
I admit it does look quite amazing some of these desserts.
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That made me want to find the 7 easiest Keto Crepe recipes there are on Pinterest that my fellow readers would try. Of course, I’ve tried my hands on some of these and they were as amazing as they looked.
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Keto Crepes with Raspberry Jam
Crepes, cream cheese, and berries. Probably my favourite combination for crepes. It’s why it’s at the top of this list. What’s yours?
For diabetics, you are not excluded because the original recipe uses liquid stevia. However, I’d usually advocate for the use of natural erythritol because it’s a lot less sweet (stevia is a sweeter than sugar but still remains a great diabetic alternative).
Delicious tip: add a nice chunk of peanut butter. It’s gorgeous!
- Calories: 148
- Total Carbs: 6g
- Net Carbs: 3g
- Fats: 11g
- Protein: 6g
Gluten-free French Crepe (with Cassava Flour)
This was a surprise find because my first question for this recipe was: what is Cassava flour? It’s also called tapioca flour. And true enough, it’s a lesser known type of flour that is very suitable for anyone who cannot eat foods with gluten. This flour makes gluten-free recipes possible. Tapioca flour is also more nutritious than conventional flour.
If I could, I would take the raspberry jam from the recipe above, and add it along with the blackberries in this recipe. It makes for a rich, fruity taste.
- Calories: 51
- Total Carbs: 4g
- Net Carbs: 3g
- Fats: 3g
- Protein: 1g
Perfect Keto Crepes
I adore any recipes that use almond flour or the coconut flour. If you’ve never tried it, you should definitely give it a shot. You’ll know what I mean when you taste anything made up of almond or coconut flour.
This recipe ended up using two of those flours in the same recipe. Imagine my excitement. And it’s also aptly named the “perfect keto crepes”.
- Total Carbs: 8g
- Net Carbs: 4g
- Fats: 26g
- Protein: 13g
Gluten-free Crepes with Blackberry Sauce (Paleo Option)
This is the recipe to follow when the blackberry season is in. What better way to maximise the incredible natural sweetness of the blackberries with your breakfast crepes!
What’s even more amazing about the recipe is that it’s suitable for just about anyone, whether you’re on a Keto, or a paleo diet, or if you’re a diabetic. There is one for everyone. I would suggest using erythritol as an alternative in a 1:1 or 0.8:1 (erythritol : sugar ratio). Swap out the whipped cream for cream cheese if you wish. The rich texture of the cheese helps to gel the tastes of the crepe and the sweetness of the blackberry really well.
Keto Egg Fast Snickerdoodle Crepes (Low Carb)
What exactly is a Snickerdoodle? That’s probably the question in all your minds right now. A quick Google search reveals that it likely has a German origin which essentially means snail dumpling. Weirdly, it looks neither like a snail nor a dumpling.
But this snail dumpling is actually supposed to taste like a soft cinnamon sugar cookie. I wonder why they wouldn’t want to use that as its name since it’s more representative. But anyway, I gave this a shot yesterday morning, and it was actually quite delicious. It certainly tastes like a soft cinnamon sugar cookie.. except it’s a crepe.
If anything, I’m more amused by the confused identity this snickerdoodle has.
- Calories: 434
- Net Carbs: 2g
- Fats: 42g
- Protein: 12g
Keto Crepes with Almond flour (Gluten-free)
This is really just an ordinary crepe. You might be surprised at why this even made the list. But this is here pretty much because I feel that people might want a recipe for a plain crepe. I know there was one earlier but this uses almond flour (again, one of my favourites).
- Calories: 125
- Total Carbs: 2g
- Net Carbs: 1g
- Fats: 10g
- Protein: 6g
Easy Keto Crepes: 3-Ways (Paleo, Vegan, Low Carb)
A little cheating here. There’re actually 3 recipes here — Paleo, vegan, and low-carb). It’s also why it’s here. There hasn’t been a vegan option for our vegan friends over at this blog. And when it comes to vegan options, things generally become a little more restrictive because there’re certain ingredients that have to be avoided.
That said, it doesn’t take away any substantial taste away from this crepe at all. It still tastes just as good as the other crepes I had on the list.
- Calories: 116
- Total Carbs: 12g
- Net Carbs: 6g
- Fats: 10g
- Protein: 1g
There you have it. Seven easy and delicious crepe recipes for anyone on Keto (or even paleo and low-carb) diets. Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t eat tasty foods when you go on diets. Show them this list (or any of my other lists) and prove them wrong.
I hope you enjoy cooking these crepes!
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