Chicken and Cheese Stuffed Crepes

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Crepe and salad on plateHere on the islands we eat crepes like Americans eats pancakes. I live in a French territory with a French influence when it comes to cooking. Every restaurant here on our islands serves crepes for desert. You can find crepes filled with fruit, chocolate, or a variety of other sweet fillings. They top this off with whipping cream.


However, crepes are not only for desert and they can be filled with different meats and cheeses and baked in the oven. Most of the restaurant will fill the crepes with ham and cheese and serve them with a salad. I prefer to make my crepes a bit different. If you are looking for a different meal to serve your family, I suggest you try this recipe.

Prep Time: 45 minutes

Cook Time: 15 to 25 minutes

Total Time: 1.5 hours

Yield: 8 stuffed crepes



* I normally use a Swiss cheese when I make this.



  1. It is necessary to prepare your crepe batter and allow it to sit in your refrigerator for 2 hours.
  2. In a blender, add your milk, eggs, sugar, flour, and salt.
  3. measuring flour
    breaking egg in blender
  4. Mix the ingredients in your blender.
  5. batter in blender
  6. Melt the butter and add this to your mixture. The butter shouldn't be too hot when it is added.
  7. adding melted butter to batter
  8. Mix well and put the covered container in your refrigerator for 1 to 2 hours.
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  10. Prepare your ingredients for your crepes. Dice up your onions and put them in a mixing bowl.
  11. chopping onion fine
  12. Dice up your tomatoes and add them to your mixing bowl.
  13. chopping tomato fine
  14. Dice up the bell peppers and add them to your mixing bowl.
  15. chopping bell pepper fine
  16. Dice up your chicken and add it to your mixing bowl.
  17. chopping chicken fine

  18. Mix all the ingredients so they are well mixed. This is what you'll be adding to the middle of the crepes.
  19. mixing filling ingredients
  20. Grate your cheese. I like my cheese grated really fine.
  21. grating cheese
  22. Cook your crepes. When I cook crepes I just add a small amount of butter to my crepe pan for the first crepe.
  23. Pour the crepe batter into the crepe pan and tilt the pan to cover the bottom of the pan.
  24. cooking crepe in pan

  25. When the crepe looks a bit dry on the top, turn the crepe over and cook the other side.
  26. flipped crepe in pan
  27. I normally make one crepe and stuff the crepe before making a second one. This works out better and it is easy to work with.
  28. crepe on plate
  29. Place a generous portion of your crepe stuffing in the middle of the crepe and add a small amount of cheese on top of the stuffing.
  30. filling and cheese on crepe
  31. Roll the crepe up and place it in a casserole dish that you have slightly buttered.
  32. buttered baking dish
    rolled crepe in pan

  33. Finish cooking the crepes and stuffing them.
  34. When you have finished adding all your crepes to your casserole dish, top the crepes with the remainder of your cheese.
  35. cheese covered crepes in baking dish
  36. Bake in a 350 F oven for 20 to 30 minutes or until the cheese has melted and is nicely brown.
  37. Remove from the oven and serve this with a nice salad.

This makes a delicious meal and everyone will love the sweet and salty taste. You can make a cream sauce and pour over the top of your crepes or just serve the crepes as is. I prefer to just serve my crepes like this and not add a cream sauce to mine. There are many people who love cream sauces and will add this to the top of their crepes. Here on the island people normally only make stuffed ham and cheese crepes. I prefer to add a few vegetables to mine and make a complete meal.

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January 21, 20190 found this helpful

This looks like the most delicious thing I've seen in a long time! I've never made a crepe before but with THESE directions I'm gonna try soon!

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January 21, 20190 found this helpful

They are really easy to make and they can be eaten like pancakes or in a dinner like this.

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