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Easy Keto Crepe Recipe Ready in 5 min

Chef Randy , On September 20, 2022

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Easy Keto Crepe Recipe For a Low Carb Meal

Level: Medium

Serving Size: Makes 4 or 5 crepes, 7” – 8”

Easy Keto Crepe Recipe Overview

Light and delicious, surprisingly, these delicious keto crepes are made with almond flour. This almond flour keto crepes recipe can be made for breakfast, a dessert, or part of a savory dish. With a classic blueberry sauce for pancake topping you will almost not be able to tell the difference with a classic pancake.

These easy almond flour keto crepes are sweetened with orange liqueur if you have it, but orange juice can be used, orange zest, or other things you can imagine. You can also sweeten these keto crepes with your favorite no-calorie sweetener. I grow stevia in my herb garden, and use freshly chopped leaves, which I think is one of my new favorite uses. The season is coming to an end this year for new leaves, so I will dry what I have left and use those up. No unusual ingredients like xanthan gum, tapioca flour, or gluten free flour are needed in this recipe.

Kitchen Tools For This Keto Crepe Recipe:

  • Mixing bowl

  • Measuring cups

  • Measuring spoons

  • Whisk

  • Frying pan

Easy Keto Crepe Recipe Ingredients & Shopping List

  • 2 Eggs

  • 1 Cup milk or alternative milk

  • 1 Tablespoon butter or buttery spread, melted

  • 2 Tablespoons orange-flavored liqueur, orange juice, or sweetener

  • 1 Cup almond flour

  • 1/2 Teaspoon kosher salt

light tomato sauce Recipe Ingredients Overview

Ingredients for Crepes


How to Cook Keto Crepes Recipe Instructions

  1. To prepare this keto crepe recipe start by beating the eggs in a medium-sized mixing bowl. Add whole milk, orange juice (or sweetener), and melted butter. Stir well to incorporate all into a keto crepe batter.

    Recipe Mixing

    Create the Keto Crepe Recipe Batter


  2. Add white almond flour and salt. Whisk until thoroughly mixed and blend the keto crepe recipe batter until smooth.

    Cook the Crepe

    Mix well in a bowl


  3. Heat a lightly greased, nonstick skillet over medium heat. Pour 1/4 cup of keto crepe recipe batter into skillet and swirl to evenly distribute batter into a circle. Cook about 30 seconds per side until the crepe begins to brown.

    Cook Crepe

    Cook the Crepe


  4. Flip with a spatula and cook on the other side for 30 seconds until the crepe begins to brown. Remove the finished crepe and keep warm in the oven until served.

    Cook Crepe

    Keto Crepe Browning


  5. Repeat until the keto crepe batter to make some easy keto pancakes

  6. Store crepes in the fridge in an airtight container (gallon ziplock bags work great!)

Keto Crepe FAQ’s

What milk can I use in the keto crepe batter? You can use any regular cow milk. To make this dairy free keto crepe recipe, you can substitute the whole milk with an alternative milk such as: soy milk, coconut milk, almond milk or oatmeal milk. If you would like to have a sweet keto crepe recipe, you can use use sweetened milk instead of regular milk for your keto crepe recipe.
Use a vegan buttery spread to make the keto crepe batter dairy free.

Keto crepe serving suggestions. I enjoy serving these keto crepes in a variety of ways. Traditionally, crepes are served with powdered sugar and a bit of lemon juice. You can use swerve sweetener, confectioners as a substitute for the powdered sugar. You can also have an amazing berry topping for a healthy, sophisticated crepe experience.
Other favorite fillings for breakfast are yogurt, fruit, a little jam or honey, or nut, sunflower or peanut butter. Try any of these for a keto crepe recipe you won’t want to miss.

Chef Randy

After graduating from LeCordon Bleu at the top of his class Chef Randy dove head-first into a culinary career working in many top-tier restaurants including the Golden 1 Center Arena as a lead cook. He later owned and operated a mobile woodfired pizza concept where he championed whole and natural ingredients. Chef Randy is passionate about healthy food and developing relationships with local providers for true farm-to-fork food production.