The infamous vegan crepes…

alix in the kitchen

Months ago Shawn and I decided to have a pseudo-French night. This of course consisted mainly of drinking wine and eating crepes. We got to finally test out our crepe pan and tools.

spreading the batter

flipping the crepe

The process definitely took some practice, and I have infinite respect for those that are able to effortlessly flip crepes twice the size of ours.

Crepes are one of those treats that I actually crave, and though I usually tend towards sweet crepes (my favorite toppings are just lemon and sugar) we went for savory mushroom and mozzarella crepes.

For the most part, the recipes I found at the time focused more on a dessert type crepe so these turned out a bit sweet, but still, so freaking good. They were crunchy on the outside but still soft throughout. And yes, chopping with an extra large cleaver makes them taste better.

Anyway these photos have been lost in the ephemera for the past three or four months, from before we did some modifications to our kitchen, including a new oven. Finally they are here for your viewing pleasure!

8 Responses to “The infamous vegan crepes…”
  1. vegan says:

    Mmmmm crepetastic!
    They look YUM!

  2. Jeni Treehugger says:

    That was me, forgot to sign out of PPK!

  3. sweetpotato says:


    I like your kitchen!

  4. Jess - The Domestic Vegan says:

    Those look quite yummy! I have never had crepes, vegan or not. Can you believe that?! I must try them sometime–they always look delicious!

  5. kathryncupcake says:

    mmm looks sooo good. i want your nifty lil crepe stuff.

  6. Bethany says:

    that looks so good! I love mushroom and fake cheeze crepes. crepes are the king of pancake world, though I haven’t dared to try making them yet.

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