Chicken Florentine Crepe (Ihop's Copycat)

"I just love this dish! I never knew how yummy spinach can be till I tried this entree in IHOP. It was a limited time only dish and when they took it out, I searched through the internet for the recipe but couldn't find one so I decided to take the matters into my own hands! This recipe is really easy and the ingredients may already be in your fridge! Serve it alone or with garlic bread or steamed veggies on the side. Notes: You can substitute chicken with leftover turkey or chicken rotisserie, lets face it, nobody ever eats those leftover turkey and rotisserie! You can also serve this as an appetizer. Just cook smaller proportions of crepes. And for those on protein diet, substitute the crepe with omelet!"
photo by Khmer G. photo by Khmer G.
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Ready In:
12 crepes




  • Combine flour, milk, eggs, butter and salt in a bowl. beat until all the flour lumps are gone. the consistency will be like thin pancake batter. set aside.
  • Sauté chicken and garlic on butter until golden brown.
  • Pour in milk and cream of chicken. simmer. reduce to low to medium heat.
  • After simmer, put the spinach and cheese inches keep stirring until the cheese completely melts. salt and pepper to taste. make sure the bottom wont stick. keep simmering until the sauce is reduced.
  • While the chicken is simmering, start cooking the crepes. in a lightly greased skillet, pour about 3 tbsp of batter and spread it as thin as possible. do not flip. in about 1 minute, check the bottom side of the crepe if light brown. cook only one side of the crepe or else it will be crunchy.
  • By the time you're done with the crepes, chicken should be done too. pour about 3/4 cup of chicken on each crepe on the center. wrap each side. top lightly with parmesan cheese.

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  1. FrankR
    ok I've tried this recipe twice now. once with cream of mushroom soup and once with cream of chicken. I have to say I prefer the cream of mushroom better. one tip that I learned from the first time is to make all the crepes first putting them on a plate, then fill them and put them back in the pan to warm.
  2. sdeltova
    OOPS. new to this. for anyone reviewing my previous post meant to select 5 stars.<br/>Hope you can change!
  3. CulinaryExplorer
    This is very close to the real thing! I went with half cheddar and half swiss but I think the real thing probably uses all swiss and I might do that next time as well. I added some sauteed mushrooms to it as well since I always wished there was a cross between these crepes and the garden crepes. One thing I did do differently however was to use my own crepe recipe I am used to. It's slightly different in measurements and from the looks of it is probably thinner. I also made a blender hollandaise sauce to go over top which was perfect.
  4. cheryl m.
    I too love this dish,but I worked there.and the sauce they use is hollendaise.
  5. Lucky Clover
    Fabulous breakfast! I used rotisserie chicken, caramelized onions, and sauteed mushrooms along with the sauce recipe. The crepes turned out perfect! A nice alternative to omelets. Thank you!


  1. Khmer G.
    I Added the tomatoes and Avacado for extra as my topping !
  2. lizc3oaks_11279177
    I was just at IHOP this morning and it also said that it has mushrooms and onions in it. And the crepes are laid on top of the bed of cooked spinach
  3. Abeera
    just tried this recipe,its delicious..i used cream of vegetable instead of chicken and a combo of chedder,cream cheese and mozerella instead of chedder and swiss cheese,it turned out great..


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