Cream Cheese Filling For Your Crepes

Want a Cream Cheese Crepe Filling that will change your life? I’m not even exaggerating (because I never do that). It doesn’t hurt that my Crepe recipe is super simple and delicious too. Need to eat gluten free? Gotcha covered. The crepes are made without flour and of course the filling is gf too. These are all real food and so, so good!

Quick and Easy Crepes

While Matt and I were cooking out at camp a couple weeks ago, we were blessed to work with a very talented lady who has been cooking for campers for years. One of her specialties? Homemade Crepes with cream cheese filling, topped with berries. You should have heard the kids as they walked by the kitchen and saw we were making crepes. “Is it crepe day tomorrow?!? I’ve been waiting all year for this day!”

Seriously, the campers love them. I believe we cranked out over 300 crepes in preparation for “Crepe Day.”  Phew, what a job! But it was worth it. The crepes were amazing! The key to making these so great had to be the filling. Cream cheese filling.  Sooooo good!

We used powdered sugar at camp, but when I got home, I played with the idea to make the filling with stevia or maple syrup. Yum, yum, yummy.

Cream Cheese Crepe Filling

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Cream Cheese Filling For Your Crepes
 
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Ingredients
  • 8 ounces softened cream cheese
  • 10 drops liquid stevia or 2 Tablespoons real maple syrup
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
Instructions
  1. Beat ingredients together until smooth.
  2. Place about 2 teaspoons of filling in each crepe.

I whip my cream cheese filling ingredients together in my Blendtec, which takes about thirty seconds.

Here’s my super easy Crepe Recipe Wholesome, filling, and delicious. And with cream cheese and berries? Heavenly. :)

Are you loving the fresh berries of summertime as much as I am?

Comments

  1. GLADY says

    The cream cheese filling sounds yummy. So then I went to the sight for the crepes. I read the recipe for the crepes and went “Huh? Where’s the flour?” I love that there is none! I am gluten intolerant so have to adjust recipes as I go. You have done it for me – Thank you!
    I do believe my grandson and I are having grapes – I mean crepes tonight. It will be a quick and easy meal when I get home from work. I love reading your posts.

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  2. Kristin says

    So I was wondering, when your kids are at camp do you just make peace with the food they are served? Our diocese has a wonderful camp! But I have stayed there on retreats before and they serve things like processed chicken patties on white buns, sugary cereal and juice available for breakfast and cookies as a snack. They do serve some healthy things like fruits and veggies, but their idea of salad is bagged ice berg lettuce with a bottle of store bought ranch. Definitely not the whole wheat/grain, made from scratch, low sugar fare we eat at home.

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  3. Jersey says

    Lovely idea! Do you think this could be use as a thick icing for cookies or cake? I’m out of powdered sugar and in need of some icing!!

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    Laura Reply:

    Great idea!

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  4. Pam Palm says

    This sounds yummy! I make crepes, and have been looking for filling recipes. I am definitely trying this next time!

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