9 Reviews

These turned out great! I left out the syrup and used about 2 tbs sugar, and 1/2 tbsp vanilla sugar, and also just used oil in place of margarine. I also used half whole wheat flour. I will make them again...

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pavut July 27, 2008

These were amazing! My first try they were a little thick, so I'm going to water them down a bit next time. I'm also going to try substituting chickpea flour for all-purpose flour in hopes of giving it a slightly eggier flavor.

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celarkobri June 22, 2008

We had no eggs and no milk and my daughter wanted "rolled pancakes" which is what we call crepes. I did make some changes to suit my needs so mine weren't vegan (I used half and half and water mixed instead of milk, omitted the syrup, added a touch of vanilla and a bit of baking powder). These were very good. A bit softer than my usual recipe, but other than that made my daughter a very happy girl.

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DancesInGarden June 15, 2006

Although hard to flip, these crepes worked out very well. I used Nutella spread as a filling, and with the first bite, entered a blissful state! My second one was a little dough-y tasting so be careful with the amount/cooking time.

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Taniab March 06, 2006

Nice crepes. I love crepes but have not made them in a while. I used rice milk and milled cane sugar and melted butter (as I am not vegan and did not have any margarine). I let them sit overnight and they were good with a little butter and some unrefined sugar.

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ladypit October 08, 2004

Very interesting! :) This was my first experience making crepes, and I must say I think they turned out pretty well. They did get a little scrunched up while flipping them over, but it wasn't as difficult as I'd expected. I used melted butter, and white sugar. I had these with pure maple syrup for a sweet snack!

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Anu May 23, 2002

These crepes are absolutely amazing. If you're impatient and don't want to wait two hours for them to air out, you don't really have to. I'm impatient so I didn't bother waiting, and they turned out just like slightly thicker pancakes. They're great with some vegan dark chocolate spread and a bit of sugar sprinkled on top! Better than the pancakes I used to make before I was vegan :P

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Bekzee September 05, 2011

I didn't care for this recipe using my crepe maker. Maybe it is fine otherwise.

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Cody Jo January 14, 2010

I know sometimes crepes turn out fairly heavy, like everytime I make them. An extra tip my mom finally shared with me is to add about a tbsp of carbonated water (she actually uses 7up sometimes too)and it makes them come out much lighter.

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Cheesefiend May 30, 2005
Vegan Crepes