Seeking easy vegetable recipes for meatless main dishes? Want to use local produce and minimize the impact on the environment? Veggie crepes are your answer!
Vegetarian recipes make easy and elegant crepe filling recipes. And we offer a wide variety of creative crepe batters, from zucchini to spinach to potato crepe batter. And any of our vegetable fillings would be delicious in our roasted garlic crepes!
From raw to grilled to stewed, read along for our best crepe recipes for vegetarians.
Visit frequently as we add more breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas to our growing list of simple vegetarian recipes!
Looking for a new butter beans recipe? Try our jalapeno corn crepes filled with butter beans, onions and red peppers (pictured above).
Easy Green Bean Recipes. If you enjoy the classic green bean casserole recipe, you'll want to try this easy green bean recipe for crepes.
Crepes included, this easy green bean recipe serves 6 for under $10!
Vegetarian Main Dish Recipes. In this quick and easy vegetarian crepe, there's no heavy sauce and the vegetables are sautéed quickly, allowing the flavors of summer to shine through.
Asparagus and Mushroom Recipe. For a vegetarian crepe recipe that your entire family will love, try this one. It features fresh asparagus and mushrooms, topped with our easy and delicious swiss cheese sauce.
Cherry Tomato Recipes for Crepes. Whether you're seeking an easy side dish or meatless main dish—or simply need a way to use up all your zucchini and cherry tomatoes—you'll want to make this easy crepe recipe.
Sautéed Eggplant, Zucchini and Mushroom Crepes. If you're seeking creative veggie recipes, you'll want to try this quick and easy vegetarian recipe for crepes.
This recipe features a delicious array of sautéed vegetables tossed with Parmesan cheese in our buckwheat crepes.
How to Make Egg Salad. Learn how to make the perfect egg salad filling for your crepes.
This recipe features eggs mixed with red onions, celery and chunks of diced sweet pickle. It's a great lunch or brunch idea.
Want more vegetarian recipes? Try our Easy Eggplant Recipes in yummy spinach crepes!
Broccoli and Cauliflower Au Gratin Crepes. It's never been more enjoyable to eat your broccoli than when you're served these crepes, which feature our delicious cheddar cheese sauce.
Sun Dried Tomato Recipes for crepes make easy lunch or dinner ideas. This recipe features our roasted garlic crepes, vidalia onions and melted swiss cheese.
Portobello Mushroom Recipes for crepes features marinated and grilled portobellos with sun dried tomato pesto and feta cheese. It's an easy grilled vegetable recipe perfect for a lazy summer evening.
Yellow Squash Recipes. Find yourself with a surplus of squash and zucchini? You'll love these crepes featuring lightly sautéed vegetables with a zesty sauce and parmesan cheese.
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Sauteed Mushroom & Greens Crepes
Here in the swamp, we love our greens - collards, beats, spinach, kale, dandelion - they all work for this easy recipe. One thing we don't love is wasting …
Ingredients: 3/4 cup chopped frozen broccoli 2 scallions, chopped 1/2 orange pepper, chopped 1/2 cup brown rice MIX (gluten free) (2 cups brown …
Brie and Apple Not rated yet
I like to place a piece of brie cheese and thinly sliced apple inside my crepe, heat in oven for 6 minutes on 350 just enough to start to melt cheese. …
Gouda and Walnut Crepes Not rated yet
The texture of the walnuts added just the right amount of crunch to the soft gouda filling. We will be having these again sometime! Ingredients: …
Asparagus Mushroom Crepes with Dijon Wine Sauce Not rated yet
My crepe batter is gluten freebecause it has to be for me. But you can use any crepe you like with this filling. Ingredients for Gluten-Free …
Veg Crepes Not rated yet
Just looking at your veg selection here. There are food combinations I have never tried and to turn them into a crepe is amazing. You seem to have covered …
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