Coconut flour crepes are easy gluten-free crepes perfect to satisfy your sweet tooth with almost no carbs!
These are the best keto crepes you are dreaming of. So, keep reading.
Whether you crave a sweet crepe for breakfast or a cheesy ham and cheese crepe, this recipe works with any filings.
What Are Coconut Flour Crepes?
These Coconut Flour Crepes are simple, healthy sweet crepes to enjoy as a low-carb breakfast or dessert.
They are made very low in carbs with only 1.4 grams of net carbs.
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
My all-time favorite is the almond flour crepes recipe but this recipe is just as delicious, here’s why:
- 7 Wholesome Ingredients
- Ready In 25 Minutes
How To Make Coconut Flour Crepes
All you need to make delicious coconut flour crepes are 6 simple low-carb ingredients.
- Coconut flour – make sure you use fresh coconut flour with no lumps for perfect results
- Almond flour – also known as ground almond or almond meal – don’t be tempted to replace it with more coconut flour it won’t create the same fluffy light crepes! Coconut flour is very liquid absorbent and if you don’t respect the ratio, it will end up dry and crumbly.
- Canned Coconut cream – the thick one from the can, don’t skip this ingredient. Trust me, it makes the texture that much better.
- Unsweetened almond milk – or water but honestly almond milk adds a delicious texture without the carbs, so go for it!
- Vanilla extract – optional if you want to use these crepes for a savory breakfast, add herbs and salt instead.
Making Crepes With Coconut Flour
Coconut flour is one of my favorite low-carb flour.
It is not the easiest to bake with at first, because it is highly liquid absorbent and you have to balance this with lots of eggs, milk, or another flour to get the perfect result.
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Coconut Flour Crepe Filling Ideas
So if you are on a low-carb diet right now and craving a delicious guilt-free sweet dessert or breakfast my keto coconut flour crepes are the ones you need!
The best low-carb crepe fillings are listed below.
I recommend adding the crepe filling to the crepe before folding.
Return the crepe to the crepe pan to melt the sweetener, nut butter, or cheese for a savory version. Fold in a triangle or roll as a wrap to serve.
- Nut butter or seed butter- peanut butter, almond butter, sunflower butter.
- Yogurt or cream – dairy-free coconut cream or yogurt, yogurt, heavy cream, or whipped cream.
- Sweetener – sugar-free crystal sweetener – erythritol, Monk fruit or sugar-free flavored maple syrup, sugar-free powdered erythritol.
- Fresh berries – raspberries, strawberries, or blueberries – make sure you pick a keto-friendly fruit!
- Dried ingredients – unsweetened desiccated coconut, sliced almonds, crushed peanuts, unsweetened cocoa powder.
- Savory filling – for a savory crepe, opt for cheese, ham, bacon, fried mushrooms, spinach, and fried eggs.
The texture of those keto coconut crepes is light, fluffy, and similar to the French crepes I used to eat before.
More Easy Crepe Recipes
If you enjoy eating Crepes, try pairing yours with a cup of my bulletproof coffee for breakfast. Some more crepes recipes are below for you to try.
Coconut Flour Crepes
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