John Denver Crêpes


Vegan Denver Crepes ~ From Vegetate, Vegan Cooking & Food Blog

“Peace is a conscious choice.”John Denver

We prepared these crêpes using the fabulous Your International House of Dinner Crêpes recipe from Vegan Eats World by Terry Hope Romero, page 203. We filled them with Denver omelet fillings to make them “John Denver” crêpes: vegan ham, Daiya cheddar cheese, bell peppers and mushrooms. Served with roasted potatoes and red grapes. They were insanely yummy. We’ve been making crêpes a lot since we acquired our handy-dandy new crêpe pan. We will be trying out the gluten-free, chickpea flour crêpe recipe from this cookbook next.

Crêpes Facts: A crêpe  is a type of very thin pancake, usually made from wheat flour or buckwheat flour. The word is French in origin, deriving from the Latin crispa, meaning “curled.”

8 thoughts on “John Denver Crêpes

    • Hi Bianca! These are SUPER easy to make, especially if you have a crêpe pan. We also made some filled with vegan cream cheese and raspberry jam, which was pretty darned delicious, too! Honestly, I think I could eat crêpes for breakfast every day. 😉

  1. Another great photo. I was feeling really good about the yummies I’ve been eating lately, until I saw these crepes. Mouth watering. BTW, I’ve wanted to tell you I made lentil soup from the Veganomicon (Is that right? I don’t want to get out of my chair…) cookbook. A real great eat! Thanks for the rec. on the book!

    • Well hello there, HSD! Thank you for your lovely comments, I absolutely adore you! 🙂 I’m so glad that you tried the lentil soup recipe from Veganomicon. I’ve made it a couple of times myself and I love it! Isa Chandra Moscowitz’s recipes are always tasty, straightforward, and very entertaining to read. That lady’s got a sense of humor. 😉

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