4 Ingredient Vegan Crêpes (Sweet or Savoury)

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Eat a Parisian breakfast in the comfort of your own home. The crêpe batter is incredibly simple to make and then you just get to have fun with the fillings!

Photograph by Niki Webster

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Preparation time

2 min

Cook time

10 min

Total time





  • vegan-desserts
  • breakfasts
  • lunches




  • 150g/1 cup plain flour
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 350ml/1½ cups unsweetened plant milk (soya and almond work best)
  • 1 tbsp neutral oil (eg rapeseed) plus extra for frying


  1. In a large bowl, mix the flour and salt together before stirring in the plant milk and oil.
  2. Heat a little oil in a crêpe pan or wide frying pan on a medium-high heat.
  3. When the oil is hot, pour a small ladle of batter into the pan, swirling it around so that it thinly coats the pan.
  4. Fry on both sides until lightly golden.

Savoury crêpe ideas

  • Vegan ham, cheese and mustard dressing
  • Vegan ham, vegan cheese, mushroom and tomato
  • Vegan bacon, vegan cheese, mushroom and tomato
  • Vegan bacon, vegan cheese, mushroom and olives
  • Garlic mushrooms
  • Garlic mushrooms and vegan cheese
  • Spinach, vegan cheese and mushroom
  • Spinach, vegan feta, plain vegan yoghurt, syrup
  • Vegan cheese and tomato
  • Vegan cheese and mushroom
  • Leek and vegan blue cheese
  • Caramelised onion and vegan cheese
  • Vegan chicken pieces, mushrooms, black olives, vegan cheese and garlic sauce/mayo
  • Vegan salmon, vegan cream cheese and capers
  • Vegan cheese, vegan sausage, vegan green pesto, tomato and balsamic glaze
  • Vegan bacon, vegan brie or camembert, tomato and spinach

Sweet crêpe ideas

  • Vegan Nutella
  • Vegan Nutella and fruit (berries, banana)
  • Vegan Nutella and grated coconut
  • Vegan Nutella, raspberries, vegan ice cream and vegan chocolate sauce
  • Vegan Nutella and vegan double or squirty cream
  • Vegan Nutella and vegan marshmallows
  • Strawberries, vegan cream and strawberry sauce
  • Cooked cinnamon apples with vegan caramel sauce
  • Vegan butter, cinnamon and a sprinkling sugar
  • Banana, cinnamon, syrup (eg maple), nut butter
  • Vegan butter, sugar, lemon
  • Jam, flaked almonds, vegan cream
  • Caramelised apples and maple syrup
  • Bananas, raspberries, grated coconut or coconut flakes, syrup (eg maple)
  • Maple syrup, peanut butter, flaked almonds
  • Vegan ice cream and vegan chocolate sauce
  • Berries, vegan strawberry ice cream, strawberry sauce

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