2-Ingredient Crepe

Really? Just 2?!Β YES, REALLY. And no, I’m not referring to “pancake mix and milk”. I’ve discovered possibly the easiest crepe recipe that you could make even with your eyes closed. (okay, maybe one eye closed) Best of all, not only is it high in protein, I bet that you would probably already have the 2 ingredients sitting in your kitchen. So now you really can’t give anymore excuses to not make crepes! πŸ˜€

Have I piqued your interest yet? Yes? Alright so here are the 2 secret ingredients…. (I don’t really consider water an ingredient)

2-Ingredient Crepe

makes 2 crepes
  • 2 eggs
  • 3 tablespoons of peanut butter
  • 3 tablespoons of water
  1. Preheat your pan to medium-low heat.
  2. Beat the eggs, mix in peanut butter and water. Whisk until you get a smooth consistency. I decided to dirty my electric mixer for this as it was a lot easier doing it with a mixer.
  3. Lightly oil your skillet and pour the batter.Β Tilt the pan with a circular motion so that the batter coats the surface evenly. Cover and cook for about 3 minutes.
    (Personally I’m great at flipping pancakes but I have a fear of flipping crepes as they’re usually a lot bigger and also more fragile. So I prefer cooking them in lower heat for a longer time so that I don’t have to flip them!)
  4. Loosen with a spatula and slide the crepes out of the skillet.

Yeah! That’s it! Seriously. Not recommended for vegetarians though as it might have a little of the egg-y taste if not mixed well. You could also counter that by adding 1/4 tsp vanilla essence. But I like to keep this to 2 ingredients. πŸ™‚

You could serve this with maple syrup and the peanut butter in the crepe would already be sufficiently tasty.. But by now, you should know that I usually like to “dress” my desserts up, right? πŸ˜€

So I decided to turn it into…..


Yay! That looks much better. Since this crepe consist mainly of peanut butter, another idea would be to add jam into it. yum? But here’s what I used.

Peanut Butter Crepe with Fruits and White Chocolate Drizzle

  • 1 recipe 2-Ingredient Crepe
  • 1 small banana, sliced
  • 3-5 strawberries, sliced
  • 3 tbsp white chocolate chips, melted
  • maple syrup


This was just perfect for starting my day! And guess what? It’s gluten-free too! So I’mΒ submitting my post to Aspiring Bakers #21: Gluten-Free Bakes (July 2012)) hosted by Hankerie.

Alright folks. Until next time! Hope you enjoyed this simple recipe!


85 Comments Add yours

  1. sabhskitchn says:

    I am so hungry now. Looks delicious. πŸ™‚

  2. Hey Sammi, seriously good looking crepes and I’m amazed by their simplicity! 2 ingredients only, means you’re a genius in my book πŸ™‚

    Sorry but your post is exciting πŸ™‚

    Choc Chip Uru

  4. krispymilk says:

    Wow cool idea! But unfortunately this wouldn’t work for people who don’t like peanut butter… Is there a substitute? Would almond butter work?

  5. Sammie says:

    What?! Who wouldn’t like peanut butter? haha.. Just kidding. I know some people who don’t actually. But yeah! I think anything really thick / creamy should work. Texture of almond butter is almost the same as peanut butter. Experimentation is the key! haha..

  6. A L says:

    Wow! Looks great! …but now I want to buy myself a crepe pan… πŸ™‚

  7. Courtney says:

    Oh, wow – how awesome it that with just the two ingredients! I think I will have to try these very soon, I’m so intigued.

  8. Ruth says:

    Peanut butter lovers beware! This sounds too easy lol

  9. BakingTray says:

    Wow!! who would have thought to use peanut butter and eggs!?? definitely not me! but it’s such a smart idea~ and yes! perfect for gluten free! they look delcious πŸ™‚ especially with the fresh fruit ^^

  10. Super Idea! Protein and fruit what a super healthy energizer bunny breakfast! My teenagers will love this one. Take Care, BAM

  11. I just shared this on facebook! The world needs to know! LOL take care, BAM

  12. Hotly Spiced says:

    Peanut butter just seems to be the most versatile of all ingredients. Is there no limit to its uses! I just love the idea of these and I would never have thought of it. What a wonderful way to start the day! xx

  13. Janine says:

    i love peanut butter so i can just imagine how yummy this will taste!

  14. Tandy says:

    As I love peanut butter these are perfect for me πŸ™‚

  15. machisan says:

    oooh, I would love to have that treat prepared for me -looks great!

  16. Pam says:

    These would be a huge hit with my kids… YUM!

  17. Eva Taylor says:

    I’m intrigued, a crΓ¨pe without flour? I think I will have to try this out.

  18. Holy moly, this looks great! And with two ingredients? I am SO there!

  19. Are you serious!!!! I’m going to try making this for today’s kids’ snack!!!! BRILLIANT!!!

  20. Norma Chang says:

    Very clever and creative. I love eggs and peanut butter so this one is for me. Thanks.

  21. Wonderful post! I can’t wait to try these crepes!

  22. Fantastic, can’t believe only two ingredients for the crepes, but they look amazing. Especially with the banana and strawberries!

  23. Lisa says:

    OK..you had me at ONLY two-ingredients, but you really pulled me in with peanut butter! This is my dream crepe!!

  24. sounds so easy to make and it must taste great!

  25. wow, i had no idea that crepes could be so easy to make. these look delicious!

  26. I’m so going to try this!! Thanks so much for the recipe! πŸ˜€

  27. Sammie says:

    Thanks dear! Hope you try it! πŸ™‚

  28. Sammie says:

    hahaha.. Thanks Alice! Yeah it was pretty random but I’m glad it actually worked out and tasted so yummy because of the peanut butter!

  29. Sammie says:

    You’re so funny Uru!! Thanks!

  30. Sammie says:

    Thank you! lol. You’re so funny!! Yeah crepe pans do make better shaped crepes but I wouldn’t know what to do with them otherwise! haha..

  31. sabhskitchn says:

    I made them yesterday after work, Thought its a good idea to start the weekend with some nice treats. I used milka-oreo chocolate instead of the white chocolate. It was very delicious. πŸ™‚

  32. Sammie says:

    yay! I hope you do! I thought this would also be something you’d enjoy! No sugar added either! Just good ol’ peanut butter! πŸ™‚

  33. Sammie says:

    haha..!! Exactly! Less than 5 minutes too! Next time I’m gonna try it with Jam! πŸ˜€

  34. Sammie says:

    Yeah! Kitchen experimentations are fun!! Glad you like them! And you’re right! Fresh fruits are the way to go with crepes!

  35. Sammie says:

    Thanks Bam!! Yupp!! I hope they do! I bet the hungry teenagers can finish 3 each!! …or more!!

  36. Sammie says:

    You are the BEST! Love ya Bam!! πŸ˜€

  37. Sammie says:

    It is!! Thank you Charlie Louie! hehe. I love the ring to your name btw. and yeah, I don’t know what I’d do with my breakfast without peanut butter! πŸ™‚

  38. Sammie says:

    Initially I thought you meant “milk chocolate” but then I googled “milka-oreo” and boy was I pleasantly surprised! haha.. That’s such a great idea! Glad you enjoyed them!! πŸ™‚

  39. Sammie says:

    Thanks Janine!! I hope you like it!! It’s a simple and easy recipe for all peanut butter lovers! πŸ˜€

  40. Sammie says:

    Thanks Tandy! yay another fellow PB lover!! Hope you like them!

  41. Sammie says:

    haha.. Thank you!!

  42. Sammie says:

    Thanks Pam! Hope they love it!

  43. Sammie says:

    Yes!! Definitely! And let me know what you think πŸ™‚

  44. Sammie says:

    Thanks! Hope you give it a try too!! I’m sure it’s gonna taste so good with the nutella and banana like Cafe Crepe!

  45. Sammie says:

    Thanks Nami!! I hope they loved it as much as I did! hehe.. πŸ˜€

  46. Sammie says:

    Thanks Norma! Hope you give it a try!

  47. Sammie says:

    Awesome! lemme know how it goes dearie!

  48. Sammie says:

    Thanks Carol! Yes, the fruits make excellent choice for decorating AND eating πŸ™‚ hehe

  49. Sammie says:

    Thanks Lis! haha.. I was thinking of the delicious crepes you made close to St. Patty’s day while making it!! πŸ™‚

  50. Sammie says:

    It is!! That’s if you like peanut butter. hehe..

  51. Sammie says:

    Thanks Amy! Yeah! These are by far the easiest crepes I’ve made!

  52. Sammie says:

    That’s awesome, Lorraine! I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!

  53. Carolyn Jung says:

    I can’t believe the base for this is basically just peanut butter that’s been thinned out. Who would have guessed you could make a gorgeous crepe like this out of that? I’m definitely going to try this. Ingenious!

  54. I’m all over this! So many different fillings can be put in these peanut butter crepes! Oh, can’t wait to try!

  55. Anything that ultimately has white chocolate on it goes down well in this house. I love the idea of peanut butter in the pancakes. Definitely one for the Glam Teens this summer vacation. GG

  56. All I can say is OMGggggggggggggggggg. Xx

  57. YUM, YUM, YUM! Who can say no to a 2-ingredients dish like this? πŸ™‚

  58. This is genius! Who knew peanut butter could be made into crepes like this!? This is crazy delicious looking!

  59. rsmacaalay says:

    Wow no flour! I never tried crepes like this and I guess I would love it because of that peanut butter. Yum!

  60. BC says:

    TWO INGREDIENTS? Don’t believe you πŸ˜›

  61. This looks insanely delicious! I love the white chocolate drizzle on top!

  62. Courtney says:

    We made these and really liked them! I posted about it – gave you credit and linked back of course! Thanks, Sammie!

  63. A crepe made exclusively of egg and peanut butter…I’m so in!

  64. Sammie says:

    Thanks Carolyn!! I know!! Looks so skeptical right? haha.. Hope you enjoy it! πŸ™‚

  65. Sammie says:

    Thanks Sandra!! hehe.. Next time I make this recipe again I would love to try it with some jam and cream cheese, roll it up and cut it up sushi style! πŸ˜€

  66. Sammie says:

    Thank you! Hope you’ll enjoy this! πŸ™‚

  67. Sammie says:

    lol! yeah, I know. Quite unbelievable eh? πŸ™‚

  68. Sammie says:

    Thanks Yudith!! Hope you and your little angel give it a try!

  69. Sammie says:

    haha.. Thanks Reeni!!

  70. Sammie says:

    ooh yess!! The peanut butter taste was quite strong indeed!

  71. Sammie says:

    lol. Silly!! Next time I’ll make it for you! But I know you’re not a PB fan though! 😦

  72. Sammie says:

    Thanks Asmita!! I’m actually more of a milk chocolate fan but I thought I’d try something different. hehe

  73. Sammie says:

    YAY!!! So happy to hear that, Court! I’m gonna check it out right now. hehe

  74. Sammie says:

    Thanks Joanne! I definitely gotta try your crepes in the future too! πŸ™‚

  75. Juliana says:

    Wow, I need to make this…awesome with peanut butter…
    Thanks for the recipe Sammie…and hope you are having a wonderful week πŸ™‚

  76. Sammie says:

    Your welcome!! I hope you enjoy it my dear!

  77. How fun, only two ingredients, perfect! They do DELICIOUS!!! Hugs, Terra

  78. Sammie says:

    Thanks Terra!! Hope you try them! πŸ™‚

  79. Wow! this is brilliant Sammie!
    I can’t wait to try these! My daughter LOVES peanut butter and I think she will enjoy these

  80. Sammie says:

    Thanks dear! I hope she enjoys it!! πŸ™‚

  81. Mike says:

    Super easy and delicious ! I added cinnamon and vanilla… Defrosted mixed berries , nonfat Greek yogurt, and a little maple syrup … Yum

  82. Sammie says:

    Sounds great Mike!! Glad you like it! πŸ™‚ haha. I can already imagine how delicious it must be!

  83. ariel says:

    my brother is alergic to peanut butter and all other types on nuts. is there any alternative i can use?

  84. Sammie says:

    Hi Ariel! Not sure about that! Haven’t tried alternatives. But perhaps you could try other spreads such as nutella???

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