Coconut Crepes


I thought I would take a few minutes and edit pictures/type up recipes. While browsing through the pictures I realized that I have a boatload of recipes to post! I’m so focused on what I’m doing today that last week is merely a hazy memory. Let’s just blame that on lack of sleep and not just me losing my marbles.

I can hear the voices of the primal/paleo community screaming “Sleep is so important!!” but sleep is more elusive than unicorns and leprechauns around here. We can count on at least the baby waking up a few times in the night but our 3 year old makes a routine offender…sometimes screaming “Mommy!!!” for no apparent reason. Once you’re jolted out of sleep, it’s hard to get back into it…if you’re a parent, you know exactly what I’m talking about.

Because of that, my days can feel very long but part of my routine is getting up early enough to make the kids a hot breakfast before school. It can be very time consuming but it’s really rewarding as well. I’ve been sitting on this coconut crepes recipe for a couple of months..waiting for the opportunity to take a picture of them. The 2 other times I made them, there wasn’t any left for me to photograph so I crossed my fingers that the 3rd time would leave me something worthy of a picture…and I lucked out! You can roll them up with anything you would like…berries, nut butter, jam, whipped cream, …my kids are berry addicts so we picked those.

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Coconut Crepes


3 eggs

1/2 cup coconut milk

2 tablespoons coconut flour

1 tablespoon vanilla


In a medium sized bowl, whisk together all of the ingredients.

Heat a 9″ frying pan over medium heat and melt a small amount of coconut oil in the pan. Using 2-3 tablespoons of batter per crepe, swirl the pan until the batter is thin. Cook for 1-2 minutes; until the edges are browned and curling upwards slightly. In a swift motion, scoop the crepe onto a spatula and flip quickly. Cook for 1 minute on the other side.

Roll the crepes with your favourite fillings. If you choose to make these ahead of time, you can freeze them with a couple sheets of parchment paper between each crepe.

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10 Responses to Coconut Crepes

  1. Erin says:

    By coconut milk do you mean the So Delicious drink or canned? I tried this with canned and it was way too thick.

    • Tara says:

      I use canned for this recipe.. it was very thin. That’s so odd! Use So Delicious if it’s thinner than your canned coconut milk.

  2. Jen says:

    These were great! Our family does fine with dairy, we’re mainly focused on cutting the grains. Would I need to change the measurements if I used milk and butter instead of coconut milk/oil?

  3. Pily says:

    Hi, so you use coconut oil and replace the vegetal oil or spam for coconut oil?, cool! can you share the name of the coconut oil you use for cook, is a super idea for me… im trying to eat like a dino LOL… in my city i have a super market selling things from USA maybe i could find.

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  7. Mandy F. says:

    How many crepes did you make with this recipe? I may try this for dinner tomorrow night for Valentine’s day but I want to know how many it makes so I can prepare to double or triple the recipe for my family, if needed. Looks delicious, thanks for sharing!

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