These Coconut Flour Crepes are gluten-free and paleo. Add your favorite fillings like whipped (coconut) cream and berries for a wholesome treat.
Wow…so much has happened since my last post!
Last time I told you about our plans of relocating to Thailand for the next year or so. Well, since then we have packed up our condo, celebrated Olivia’s first birthday, survived a trip of about 48 hours from Calgary to Chiang Mai and found an apartment rental, that we are slowly settling in to.
All the things above + looking after a toddling just-turned-1-year-old who is adjusting to 13 hours of time change (think getting up 4 am and impossible to wake from afternoon naps) has kept me extremely occupied.
Hence, the unusual lack of posts here.
But, I have high hopes that things are going to slow down a little now.
After all, one of the reason for this relocation was to be able to focus more on this blog – this delicious little place that is home to so many memories and yummy recipes, and has connected me with many of you lovely people.
In coming posts I want to share more about the events of the last 2-3 weeks – like Olivia’s first birthday, and how we are actually living in Thailand now!!
For today, let’s talk about crepes though. Yes, it is totally possible to make them without wheat flour. I use a combination of coconut flour and tapioca starch.
So these crepes are gluten free, low carb and paleo-friendly!!
They make a lovely healthy dessert or even breakfast. I love these crepes best paired with fresh berries and some coconut whipped cream.
If you are feeling especially fancy, you can also layer the crepes into a delicious crepe cake with coconut cream and strawberry sauce. Imagine that, a fancy layer cake that is healthy and doesn’t need baking. Perfect for hot summer months!
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- 2 tablespoons coconut flour
- 1 tablespoon tapioca starch
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 4 eggs
- ½ cup water
- 1 tablespoon melted coconut oil
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- Full recipe HERE
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