Total Time
50mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 30 mins

Found this recipe on line while having a late night craving! Tried them the next day - and I was not disapointed! I no longer have to just drool over Nalesniki at family holiday brunches! I just made these (double recipe) and used the crepes as noodles for GF Lasagna - fingers crossed this works!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. In a medium sized mixing bowl, beat together all ingredients until smooth.
  2. Pour, using 1/4 cup measure into a medium sized, hot, non-stick (or greased) skillet.
  3. Turn skillet to thinly, evenly distribute batter in a circle.
  4. Cook about 30 seconds per side.
  5. (I only cooked one side, then used filling for Polish Nalesniki #48360 with a pinch of nutmeg and then a touch of cream in pan when baking).
Most Helpful

5 5

These turned out very nice. I rarely make GF "breadish" things because I am usually disappointed, but these were tasty. I filled them with caramelized bananas and drizzled with chocolate for a delish dessert. Thanks for posting this, it will stay in my cookbook for frequent repeats.

5 5

I've been gluten-free for about four years as well as milk and egg free. I use my own egg substitute, and they turn out great. This is the best gluten-free crepe recipe I have tried.

1 5

Hmmmm...wonder what I did wrong? Tried to cook this 3 times tonight...used white rice flour, and flax seed for the eggs, and rice milk (as another dairy & egg free person gave it a good review). It was AWFUL! The center of the crepe wouldn't cook completely, just a gooey mess, while the edges got crispy ad started to burn. I've made "wraps/naan" type bread before, but never had this problem. Too bad. I was so looking forward to a yummy treat. :(