CJ26 10/280/2020 10/07/2020
This recipe worked perfectly—I was shocked. They tasted fairly authentic, too. The last time I tried GF crêpes (not using this recipe), it was a disaster. Thank you for creating this for us crêpe fans who are (unfortunately) gluten free!
These are great! 04/119/2020 04/29/2020
I've tried crepe recipes in the past with no luck, first time I've made crepes with Pamela's products and it is fast, super easy and delicious. The texture was fantastic and they hold up well. Will definitely make again.
Johnathan 11/323/2018 11/20/2018
It actually worked! No complaints at all... I ruined a few by flipping them (you don't need to, or want to). Kids loved them.
Oksana 08/228/2017 08/17/2017
Can it be prepared without eggs? Any tried-and-true ideas of egg substitute for those who can't have eggs? Thanks in advance!
Lili 03/69/2016 03/10/2016
DrK 12/342/2016 12/08/2016
Pamela's Baking & Pancake mix NEVER fails for this recipe. The crepes are perfect--light, springy, flavorful. I usually fill them with fresh strawberries, blueberries, and or raspberries. They don't disintegrate when the contents are added, and they stay folded/rolled. The best part is they taste like regular, gluten-filled crepes--except these are wonderfully gluten-free!! (Wish I could post a pic of the last batch I made!! Yums!!)
e.p.b. 03/83/2015 03/25/2015
I used Baking and Pancake Mix and added an extra egg (replacing some of the liquid in recipe). They are fabulous, very reminiscent of my Russian mom's crepes (blini). Thanks!
Char 07/181/2015 07/01/2015
I used Pamela's Baking and Pancake Mix- they were delicious! Hard to tell them apart from normal crepes in flavor and texture (they hold together well!). Will definitely be making these again!
Courtney 02/41/2014 02/11/2014
My kids love them. We fill with peanut butter and/or nutella plus bananas or raspberries. Very easy to make too. Some crepes are so thin they are difficult to make successfully, but not these
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