3 Easy Keto Crepe Recipes

The European cousin to the American pancake, crepes can be made with just a few simple ingredients.

Although served the way the French make them, crepes are usually offered with a variety of sweet toppings such as fruit, chocolate, honey, jam, etc. Don’t let that dissuade you if you are looking for a delicious keto breakfast. We would not steer you wrong. You can absolutely find many low-carb recipes for crepes, including ours.

Are Crepes High in Carbs?

Traditional crepes are high in carbs for many reasons. First, traditional crepes are made with wheat flour.

Crepe breakfast recipes often have them filled with delicious things such as jam, jelly, nutella, chocolate, and other high-calorie, high-carbohydrate goodies.

What is the Difference Between Keto Crepes and Regular Crepes?

  • Keto crepes are either flourless or made with a low-carb option like almond or coconut flour.

  • Low-carb crepes are served with sugar free fillings to help you stick to a Keto diet.

  • Savory crepes are often filled with naturally low-carb options such as ricotta cheese.

We have three delicious crepe recipes for you to try:

  1. almond flour crepes

  2. coconut flour crepes

  3. flourless crepes

These recipes are all gluten-free and can be made ahead, stored in an airtight container so that you can reheat them for a quick, easy snack or breakfast.

1. Almond Flour Crepes


  • 4 ounces cream cheese - softened

  • 4 large eggs

  • ¾ cup almond flour

  • 2 tablespoons artificial sweetener

  • ¼ cup unsweetened almond milk

  • Pinch salt

  • Oil or butter for the pan


  • Pour all of the ingredients in a blender and puree unto smooth.

  • Set the crepe batter aside to rest for 5 minutes.

  • Put a skillet over medium-low heat and melt oil or butter in the pan.

  • Pour about 1/3 cup of batter on the griddle. They will look like very thin pancakes. If desired, you can spread the batter into a thin layer.

  • Cook on the first side until the edges start to brown and can be loosened with a spatula so you can flip it.

  • Once you flip, cook the other side.

  • While you continue to make keto crepes, layer the cooked ones between parchment paper.

  • Fill the crepes with your favorite treats or sprinkle with sugar-free powdered sugar.

Nutritional Information

A serving size of one large crepe is about 150 calories and 2 net carbs.

2. Coconut Crepes

Another excellent variation for your recipe card box is coconut crepes. These are made with coconut flour, which keeps them low carb and keto, while giving them a unique taste.


  • 3 large eggs

  • ½ cup plus 2 tablespoons whole milk

  • ¼ cup coconut flour

  • Cooking oil for pan (coconut oil for more coconut taste)


  1. Crack eggs into a bowl and whisk, adding the milk until well blended.

  2. Add coconut flour and continue to whisk until the batter is smooth.

  3. Let batter sit for 5 minutes.

  4. Heat a skillet over medium heat. Spray with cooking spray or coat with oil.

  5. Pour 1/3 cup batter on the skillet, spreading thin.

  6. When the top starts to bubble, flip the thin pancake.

  7. Cook the second side for a short time, then slide it onto a plate.

  8. Cooked crepes can be layered between parchment paper to keep them separated.

Nutritional Information

The coconut crepes are about 200 calories and 5 net carbs for 2 crepes. That is not include any crepe filling.

3. 2-Ingredient Keto Crepes

The lowest-carb crepes will be flourless and made with cream cheese. Some people find them a bit eggy tasting, but adding some sugar-free vanilla extract, cinnamon or cocoa powder can help cut that egg taste.


  • 4 ounces cream cheese

  • 4 eggs

  • Optional: flavorings such as vanilla extract or cinnamon


  1. Put the cheese and eggs into a blender and blend until smooth. If you wish to add a dash of sugar-free vanilla, nutmeg or cinnamon, do so now.

  2. Heat the griddle and melt butter on the cooking surface.

  3. Put a couple of tablespoons of the crepe batter on the griddle. (It will be very thin and should spread a lot.)

  4. Cook for a few minutes, then flip.

  5. Cook the second side.

  6. Serve.

Serving Variations

When serving, you can make savory or sweet crepes. Some people add to the top of the crepe, like putting maple syrup on pancakes while others prefer keto crepe fillings.

  • Pour sugar-free maple syrup over the crepes.

  • FiberYum tapioca fiber is an excellent syrup substitute that does not add too much sweetness to the thin pancakes.

  • Sprinkle with monk fruit powdered sugar substitute on top.

  • Spread sugar-free Nutella between the crepes.

  • Fresh fruit such as raspberries or blueberries make for a delicious treat.

  • Spinach and ricotta cheese make delicious savory crepes.

  • Put whipped cream on top and then drizzle sugar-free chocolate syrup over the crepes.