Nutella Crepes

Nutella Crepes

Can you believe I’ve never posted a recipe using Nutella? I should be ashamed.

Tonight I’m going to change this. And no, it’s not a cake.
Crepes are the French cousin of pancakes. They are thin and versatile. They can be served very simple with fruits or turned into elegant dishes folded and warmed in a sauce, rolled round a savoury or sweet filling, or stacked in layers with a filling and turned into a cake.
Nutella Crepes
They are quite easy to make, of course after ruining the first one :))) I really don’t know anyone who’s first crepe was a success. With the first one you kinda test the consistency of the batter and the temperature of the pan. Both of them may require some adjustments.
Let’s turn the stove on and make some crepes

Nutella Crepes
Nutella Crepes
In a bowl or your blender/food processor mix 1 1/4 cup milk, 1 egg and 1/3 cup nutella
Add around 1 cup self rising flour. Optional you may add some sugar too. Mix well.
Crepes batter should have the consistency of whipping cream. Keeping that in mind at this point you may have to add more milk or more flour. Leave the batter to rest about 20 minutes.
Now heat a 8″ (crepes) pan over moderate heat. The pan is ready when few drops of water sprinkled over the surface start dancing :)) . Grease the pan with some (vegetable) oil and pour about 1/4 cup batter.
Quickly rotate the pan so the batter spreads out and cover the bottom of the pan.
Cook for about 1 minute or until the crepe is set. Shake the pan back and forth to loosen the crepe and flip it over.
Cook few more seconds and enjoy them .
Nutella Crepes

Nutella Crepes

Nutella Crepes


  • 1 1/4 cup milk
  • 1 egg
  • 1/3 cup nutella
  • 1 cup self rising flour


  1. In a bowl or blender mix the milk, egg and nutella
  2. Add the flour and some sugar (optional)
  3. You may have to adjust the batter consistency adding more flour or milk. It should resemble whipping cream
  4. Leave the batter to rest for about 20 minutes
  5. Heat an 8 inch pan. Grease with vegetable oil and add 1/4 cup batter to the pan. Rotate so the batter cover the bottom of the pan
  6. Cook for about 1 minute. Flip and cook few more seconds

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  1. Satya says

    Love the colour of the crepes.. wish I could grab from here.. and hey you have an award waiting for you on my blog

  2. Monet says

    Now if only I could have this for breakfast! So very good. I was introduced to Nutella a few years ago, and I love that chocolate/hazelnut spread. Thank you for sharing!

  3. briarrose says

    Oh this looks nummy. I love the use of Nutella in the crepe. ;) Ok I will admit I wanted to see some Nutella filling too…ehehehe. I have an addiction.

  4. Brandie@thecountrycook says

    I have not made crepes in ages but you've inspired me. When I was a kid, I used to make crepes and then fill them with grape jelly. Hahaha, how gross does that sound. But hey, when you're a kid, anything sweet is heaven. These really look fantastic!!

  5. Wendy Irene says

    I have never had Nutella, but it looks good and I love how you put it in crepes. I think my kids would really like it too. You have inspired me to give it a try. It is exciting trying new things :)

  6. Julie M. says

    You just took me back to my days of studying abroad in Europe. I remember those fresh nutella crepes like it was yesterday. Oh are they good! Yours look beautiful. Thanks for the reminder!

  7. Spicie Foodie says

    Wow looks amazing! You should submit these for the World Nutella Day. Great recipe and I love the raspberries on the side, perfect.

  8. Anna Johnston says

    Now your talking my language here.., this looks so darn good I very well may just have to make these and soon. Good stuff ;)

  9. Mary says

    These really look delicious and your photography is wonderful. I love crepes and will have to give your version a try. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  10. whatsfordinneracrossstatelines says

    What a great idea, I've always put the Nutella inside of them and of course some bananas. I like your way! Wish I had some tonight.

  11. aipi says

    Bookmarked immediately…love the sound of this!
    Anything with nutella is a total win win for me..looks so decadent :)

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  12. Hyosun Ro says

    Looks amazingly delicious! I love nutella and crepes. This is a perfect one for me. I will try to make it soon.

  13. Jessica @ bake me away! says

    I've had nutella in crepes, but never a nutella crepe! It's National Nutella Day today, too. :) Somehow I haven't made anything with nutella yet, and crepes are on my to-make list!

  14. Kate @ says

    This is what we had for breakfast and it was oh soooo gooood! But I used the nutella as a filling for the crepe. Never thought of putting nutella in the actual crepe! Thanks for that idea… that's what I'll do next time around.

  15. The Mom Chef says

    I'll bet these were fantastic. I can just imagine how good the house smelled while they were in the pan. What an incredible idea.

  16. Karp @ Easy Crepe Recipe says

    Why do these crepes look brownish (don't get me wrong, they look delicious, but my crepes usually turn out to be yellow)?

  17. Roxana GreenGirl says

    Hi Karp.
    They turned brownish because of the Nutella added to the batter. If you leave the nutella out they'll turn yellowish.

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