Sweet Breakfast Crepes // Vegan

Let me tell you about this recipe…it’s amazing! Sorry about tooting my own horn, but you need these crepes in your life. This is the first time I have made the vegan version and I can’t tell a difference!

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Sweet Breakfast Crepes

The recipe is essentially a combination of multiple vegan crepe recipes. So here are the details.

Difficulty: Medium

Prep Time: 10 minutes | Cook Time: A few minutes on each side | Total: 15 minutes.

Serves: 1-2 people (makes 6 small crepes)


  • 1/2 cup water.
  • 1/4 cup olive oil, coconut oil, or vegan butter.
  • 1 tablespoon coconut sugar.
  • 2 tablespoons agave nectar or maple syrup.
  • 1 cup oat flour or all-purpose flour.
  • Pinch of salt.


  • Blend together rolled oats to make oat flour.
  • Mix together all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl (doesn’t have to be in any particular order).
  • The mixture shouldn’t have any lumps and shouldn’t be thick nor runny (somewhere in between).
  • If you have the time, you can chill the mixture for 30 minutes and that makes it easier to spoon into the skillet.
  • Heat skillet with 1/2 tablespoon of coconut oil on medium heat.
  • Scoop 1-2 tablespoons of mixture into heated skillet and flatten so the crepe doesn’t turn out too thick.
  • Flip after a few minutes or when edges turn a light brown. Both sides should be golden brown.


  • I used fruit and peanut butter.
  • Inside I put peanut butter and raspberry preserves. This would also be good with a creamy filling.


  • If you want more savory crepes, then you can omit the coconut sugar.
  • I don’t notice a difference between using olive oil or vegan butter or coconut oil.
  • When greasing the skillet, do not overdo it because it can make the crepes too oily.


I hope you enjoy this recipe. I don’t know why it took me so long to make vegan crepes. It’s nice to have something more decadent for breakfast every once in a while. Thanks for reading!

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    1. Yes! You can use the same amount of normal sugar or double the agave/maple syrup. The texture should stay the same. Thanks for commenting!

  1. These look absolutely fantastic Kaley! 😀 Posts like these are great for encouraging people to try more vegan food and seeing that there is actually LOTS of tatsy stuff to eat when you’re vegan. Hopefully encouraging more people to go vegan permanently (: peace x

  2. These look to die for! Thank you so much for sharing your recipe with us! I have an amazing avocado toast recipe on my page if you would like to check it out! It’s super easy to make, and so YUMMY!

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