If you’re looking for a fun and unique dessert idea or a sweet weekend breakfast, here’s how to set up a whole wheat crepe bar.
Crepes are way easier to make than they seem, and when you set them out with an array of fillings and toppings, everyone can assemble what they like best.
How to Make Crepes
Get my simple recipe for Whole Wheat Crepes which uses white whole wheat flour. It’s milder in flavor than regular whole wheat flour but has the same health perks. My recipe is also made in the blender for easy mixing.
How to Make a Crepe Bar
Options for toppings and fillings for your crepe bar are endless, but here are some ideas:
- Fresh berries
- Sliced fruit such as bananas
- Defrosted frozen fruit like peaches and strawberries
- Hazelnut spread (like Nutella or Justin’s)
- Mini chocolate chips
- Plain or flavored yogurt
- Peanut or almond butter
- Chopped nuts
- Shredded coconut
- Jams, jellies, and syrups
What To Do With Leftover Crepes
If you have leftover crepes, layer them with wax paper or parchment and store in an airtight container or zip-top bag in your refrigerator for 2-3 days (or in the freezer for up to three months). To reheat, defrost crepe if frozen, then warm in a skillet.
Get the recipe for Whole Wheat Crepes.