We’ve pulled out 26 different crepes from around the world to help you on your journey to finding the perfect crepe. Let's get started!
Think an English breakfast wrapped up into a French crepe like an American burrito. It’s almost like a global culinary experience in one bite.
We’re not talking about slicing up your regular banana and neatly placing them on top of a rolled crepe. No. Instead, we’re talking about a new and improved crazy crepe recipe that involves mashed bananas in the mixing stage.
While the team here at The Hobby Kraze haven’t quite mastered the replication of these crepes in the home kitchen yet, we can say that it involves home-made toffee drizzle and some browned banana slices.
The lazy spreader of the famous Biscoff spread with some crumbled Lotus Biscoff biscuits on top. Beware: these types of crepes can be extremely filling and painfully addictive at the same time.
Cheesecake has been around for a long time and so have crepes but spreading cheesecake filling into a crepe and folding into quarters is a relatively new combination.
These crepes of the world, as you might imagine, vary for where you decide to pick up your cutlery. But no matter what, they’ll be a calorific-ly delicious dessert!