Homemade Blueberry Crepes Flavors of Summer

Greetings, my friend! It’s me, Gobble, your trusty guide from the corners of the bustling Food and Meal kitchen. Today, I’m bursting with excitement to share with you a dish that’s not just a treat for your taste buds, but also a therapy for the soul—behold the humble yet heavenly Blueberry Crêpes.

There’s something magical about the delicate dance of flour, eggs, and milk as it transforms into the golden canvas that is a crêpe. Add to that the symphony of sweet and slightly tart blueberries, and what you get is not just breakfast or dessert, but a moment of pure joy wrapped in each tender, lace-edged bite.

My yearning for these crêpes comes from a blend of nostalgia and the delight of seasonal freshness. After all, when the first blueberries of the season appear at my local market, shining like little indigo gems, it’s difficult not to be inspired. They whisper tales of summer’s arrival, of warm mornings where the only right choice is to slow down and savor.

And let’s talk about balance for a moment. In a world that often feels a bit topsy-turvy, there’s profound comfort in preparing something as simple and as satisfying as a Blueberry Crêpe. Perhaps it’s the art of swirling the batter just right or finding that perfect spot on the pan where the heat kisses the mixture into perfection. Maybe it’s the serene ritual of gently folding them, nestling the blueberries within like precious cargo. Whatever it is, it brings a sense of peace, a feeling of things being just as they should be – and I cannot wait to share this slice of serenity with you.

So, ready your spatulas and warm up your pans, my fellow food lovers. We’re about to embark on a delicious journey, one that promises to fill your kitchen with the aroma of sweet bliss and your hearts with a touch of gourmet grace—a recipe for Blueberry Crêpes that’s sure to become a beloved part of your own culinary repertoire.

 Blueberry Crepes
Morning perfection served on a plate – blueberry crepes for a delightful breakfast!

Blueberry Crepes Recipe

How To Make Blueberry Crepes

How to Make Blueberry Crepes – 6 easy Steps

You don’t have to be a native Parisian to make homemade crepes. These Blueberry Crepes are easy, fast, and versatile. I purposely went easy on the sugar here, since they are filled with chocolate and sweetened with blueberries.
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Course: Breakfast, Desserts, Snacks
Keyword: Blueberry Cream Cheese, Blueberry Crepes, crepes
CookingStyle: Baking, Handcrafted Cooking
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 4 servings
Calories: 128kcal
Author: Food and Meal
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For the blueberry syrup:

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  • Into a big bowl, combine all the ingredients for the crepe and beat until you attain a smooth mixture. You can store it for 30 minutes or even overnight if you’re planning blueberry crepes for breakfast.
  • Heat a lightly oiled frying pan or griddle over medium-high flame.
  • Scoop an approximate ¼ cup of batter into the pan. You can tilt the pan in circular motion to coat the surface evenly and you can have good round crepe.
  • Cook the crepe for 2 minutes or until the bottom turns light brown. Using a spatula, flip the crepe onto the other side and cook until it is light brown.
  • For the blueberry syrup, simmer the ingredients over medium-low heat for 10 minutes and let it cool.
  • For serving, cover your crepes with desired amount of syrup. If you want, you can also top it with a scoop of vanilla (whipped cream or yogurt) and fresh blue berries.



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Serving: 1crepe | Calories: 128kcal | Carbohydrates: 18.45g | Protein: 3.19g | Fat: 5g
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Alternative Method: Baked Blueberry Crepes

Blueberry Crepes
Watch as the batter swirls into golden perfection. Making blueberry crepes is an art

To create delicious Blueberry Crepes, begin by preparing the blueberry filling in a saucepan, combining fresh blueberries, granulated sugar, and lemon juice. Cook the mixture over low heat until the blueberries burst and the consistency thickens slightly, then set it aside to cool. Next, follow the traditional Blueberry Crepe recipe to make the crepe batter. Preheat the oven to 350°F (175°C) and lightly grease a rectangular baking dish to prevent sticking. Begin layering by pouring a thin layer of crepe batter into the dish, covering the bottom, and then spooning a portion of the prepared blueberry filling onto the batter. Repeat the layering process, alternating between crepe batter and blueberry filling until both are used up. Bake the layered creation in the preheated oven for about 20-25 minutes, ensuring the crepes are set and the edges turn golden. Once baked, let the Blueberry Crepes cool slightly, dust with confectioners’ sugar, and optionally add a dollop of whipped cream for an indulgent finishing touch.

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Tips for making Blueberry Crepes

Blueberry Crepes
Stack ’em high, stack ’em proud! Your blueberry crepes await.

Serving Suggestions

One classic way to serve Blueberry Crepes is simply with a dusting of powdered sugar and a dollop of whipped cream. This allows the natural flavors of the blueberry to shine through without overpowering them with additional sweetness or heaviness.

Another option is to warm the crepes and drizzle them with a blueberry sauce or compote, enhancing the blueberry experience with a saucier texture and more intense flavor. You could also fill the crepes with the compote before folding or rolling them for a burst of flavor in every bite.

For a more indulgent treat, Blueberry Crepes can be served with a scoop of vanilla or blueberry ice cream. The ice cream’s creaminess complements the delicate crepes and the burst of fruit from the blueberries. Additionally, a chocolate drizzle over the top can add a layer of richness that pairs remarkably well with blueberry’s fresh notes.

For a healthier take, serve Blueberry Crepes with a side of Greek yogurt mixed with honey and a sprinkle of granola for a delightful contrast of textures and flavors. This combination brings a balance of tartness, sweetness, and crunch to the dish.

If serving Blueberry Crepes for brunch, consider offering them alongside savory dishes for a balanced menu. Suggestions from the list provided include the Radicchio And Parmesan Salad for a crisp, bitter counterpoint; or perhaps a lighter soup like the Japanese Cucumber Summer Soup for a refreshing palate cleanser between bites.

In a more substantial brunch or dinner setting, pairing Blueberry Crepes with a main course like the Japanese Sesame Lamb Hot Pot or the Stir Fried Beef and Broccoli can lend an interesting juxtaposition of flavors from different world cuisines – sweet, fruity crepes with savory, umami-rich main dishes.

For beverage pairings, consider light and bright options such as a mimosa or sparkling lemonade to accompany breakfast or brunch servings, or a sweet dessert wine such as a Riesling if serving Blueberry Crepes as dessert.

Cooking Tips

 Blueberry Crepes
Stack ’em high, stack ’em proud! Your blueberry crepes await.

Blueberry crepes are a delightful treat that can transform an ordinary breakfast or dessert into a memorable experience. The tender, paper-thin layers of crepe paired with the sweet and slightly tart burst of blueberries work together like a gentle symphony of flavors. It fills the heart with an inexplicable sense of warmth and comfort, akin to a soothing embrace.

The process of crafting the perfect blueberry crepes begins with the batter. It should be thin and runny, almost like heavy cream, to ensure that the crepes can achieve their characteristic thinness. Allowing the batter to rest is a step often overlooked in the haste of wanting to achieve immediate gratification. However, this resting period is a tender gesture of patience, as it gives the flour time to hydrate fully and the gluten to relax, which in turn promises a more supple and manageable texture when it’s time to cook.

As the crepe dances on a well-buttered non-stick pan, the key is a gentle touch. Swirling the batter to create that even, lacy edge feels much like painting with a soft-bristled brush, each stroke filled with care and intention. The crepes should be cooked to just a light, golden hue, whispering hints of sweetness and butter without overbearing the delicate fruit to come.

Choosing the best blueberries is a practice of seeking joy in the small things. Look for berries that are plump, firm to the touch, and deep in color to ensure a burst of natural sweetness. Whether incorporating them fresh or in a simmered sauce, they should be treated with reverence as the jewel in the crown of this dish.

A whisper of sugar, perhaps a zephyr of lemon zest, and a dollop of creamy ricotta or softly whipped cream can accompany the blueberries to add layers of texture and flavor. But these should come as mild suggestions, never overshadowing the natural beauty of the berries themselves.

Wrapping the crepes around their filling feels much like folding a delicate piece of parchment containing a secret message. Each roll encapsulates the care and joy put into its creation, anticipating the bright smiles and light hearts it will bring upon serving.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Blueberry Crepes

Blueberry Crepes
Baked to perfection – try our alternative method for blueberry crepes.
  • Can I make the crepe batter in advance? Absolutely! You can prepare the crepe batter and refrigerate it for up to 24 hours before using it. Just give it a gentle stir before making your crepes.
  • How do I prevent my crepes from tearing? Tearing can happen if the batter is too thick or the pan is too hot. Ensure your batter is thin and the pan is properly heated. A non-stick skillet also helps prevent sticking
  • Can I freeze Blueberry Crepes? Yes, you can freeze them. Place a piece of parchment paper between each crepe to prevent sticking, and store them in an airtight container or freezer bag. They’ll keep well for up to three months.
  • How do I reheat Blueberry Crepes? To reheat, stack the crepes and warm them in a microwave for about 20 seconds or in a preheated oven at 350°F (175°C) for 5-7 minutes until warmed through.
  • What’s the best way to store leftovers? If you have leftover Blueberry Crepes, store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to two days. Reheat as mentioned above before serving.


In conclusion, the blueberry crepes recipe offers a delightful fusion of delicate, light crepes with the sweet-tartness of blueberries, creating a dish that tantalizes the taste buds and captures the essence of a homey yet elegant breakfast or brunch. Its versatility allows it to be enjoyed in a variety of settings, from a casual morning at home to a sophisticated gathering among friends. As detailed throughout the post, the creation of blueberry crepes requires attention to detail, from achieving the perfect batter consistency to ensuring the blueberries reach that juicy burst of flavor when heated.

The final product is both a feast for the eyes and a treat for the palate, with the soft crepes and vibrant berry compote making every bite an experience to savor. Whether you’re trying to impress guests or simply treating yourself to a luxurious start to the day, these crepes promise to deliver satisfaction.

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Hi! I’m Paula from the Philippines, the passionate blogger and skilled photographer behind Gobble the Cook. I also spearhead the media photography for Food And Meal in Vietnam.
I'm James F Anderson, a noted sous chef from London and a Le Cordon Bleu alumnus. My career began in a Michelin-starred Parisian eatery, where my blend of classic and contemporary cooking, using seasonal ingredients, earned accolades. Recognized in culinary publications and on cooking shows, I’m committed to mentoring aspiring chefs and delivering memorable dining experiences, marking me as a standout talent in the culinary world.
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