Raspberry Crepes with Nocciolata


I woke up this morning with a feeling like I had forgotten something. But I couldn’t quite pin point what it was. Upon driving into the parking garage at work and seeing how unusually empty it was, I had the thought that it must be labor day and I just missed the memo. There for a very brief moment I thought I could go back home, get in bed with a cup of wild sweet orange tea, and watch the Office on Netflix.

I don’t know where the heck everyone was but it’s not cool of them to trick me like that. I really wanted it to be Labor Day (aka, I really wouldn’t mind a Monday off). Alas.

As per usual, however, there are memories of breakfast past to cheer me up.


In other unrelated news, the humidity in Nashville has been rather brutal lately. If it means that we can delay the inevitability of fall, I’m okay with it.

And now that we’ve talked about current events and the weather, let’s move on to more delicious things, shall we?

A few weeks ago I shared a rather delicious recipe for Nutella Banana Popsicles. Shortly there after I was contact by Nocciolata asking if I wanted to try their organic version of deliciousness that is chocolate hazelnut spread. Uhm yes please!


Up until a few weeks ago, I had honestly never heard of Nocciolata nor had I ever even thought about trying to find chocolate hazelnut spread in organic form. Nonetheless, I was excited to try this.

The result? Yum! For the sake of 100% honesty, it tastes really very similar to Nutella but with a slightly more profound taste of hazelnut (which is great because hazelnuts are kind of delicious). If you’re ever looking for an alternative chocolate hazelnut spread with ingredients you can trust, I highly recommend this!

Alright, on to the crepes.


I used a simple crepe recipe for these from my handy Joy of Cooking cookbook. These come together quickly and cook fast which is perfect for a Saturday morning breakfast where the real priority is leisure.

Throw your ingredients in a blender first thing in the morning and blend until they’re creamy smooth.

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Once blended, you’ll want to cover the batter and let sit for about 30 minutes. The nice thing about crepes is that you can actually make the batter the night before, let it sit over night, and make your morning breakfast ALL that much simpler.

Over medium heat, grease your pan and let it warm up. Once heated up, take the pan off of the heat and pour in ~1/4 cup of the batter, or enough to cover the whole bottom of the pan with a thin layer. I found that it’s best to tilt and rotate the pan around a few times to make sure that the batter is evenly distributed. Return pan to the heated stove.


Let cook for 1-2 minutes until the crepe starts to really bubble and the sides are solid enough that you can easily slip a spatula under the crepe and flip it. Once flipped, cook for an additional 2 minutes. And, that’s pretty much it. Easy, huh?

I topped mine with the Nocciolata and raspberries before folding them into quarters. I found that spooning the Nocciolata onto the crepe and letting it sit for a minute to let it melt made spreading it across the crepe easier.



Truth be told, I’ve only made crepes a few times. But, I think that I’ll definitely be making them more often. I really want to try a savory breakfast crepe. MMMmmm.Nocciolata-Nutella-Crepes-21


I’d say this breakfast was a CREPE SUCCESS!! (sorry, I couldn’t resist throwing that in somewhere).


Raspberry Crepes with Nocciolata



  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup of milk
  • 1/2 cup of water, lukewarm
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1/4 cup of butter (1/2 a stick)
  • 1/4 teaspoon of salt
  • 3 tablespoons of sugar
  • Toppings: 1 teaspoon of Nocciolata and a few pieces of fruit per crepe


  1. Put all of your ingredients (minus the toppings) into a blender or food processor and blend until creamy smooth.
  2. Cover and let sit for at least 30 minutes (or even overnight).
  3. Over medium heat, grease your pan and let it warm up.
  4. Once heated up, take the pan off of the heat and pour in ~1/4 cup of the batter, or enough to cover the whole bottom of the pan with a thin layer. Tilt and rotate the pan around a few times to make sure that the batter is evenly distributed. Return pan to the heated stove.
  5. Cook for about 3 minutes on each side.
  6. Spread a thin layer of Nocciolata/ Nutella on each warm crepe and top with fruit.
  7. ENJOY!


Recipe adapted (barely) from: the Joy of Cooking cookbook

News from behind the scenes: the puppies waited by patiently (somewhat confused) to see if any scraps fell nearby. They were on both sides of me keeping me company while I photographed and chowed down on crepes.

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40 comments on “Raspberry Crepes with Nocciolata”

  1. yum! savory crepes sound delish for breakfast, but i still think your nachos from the other day would win :)

  2. Mmmmm this looks so good! :) I don’t really like raspberries but now I want to eat one!

  3. Hoooooly these look gourmet! I want I want!

  4. WHOA these look amazing!!! I am going to pass the recipe along to my mom who will love to make this :)

  5. This look so so so good! And I had no idea there is an organic version- I will have to check this out!

  6. Well, now I know what’s for dinner! :)

  7. I have tried dozens of times to make crepes, but no such luck! These look fantastic.

    Thrifting Diva

  8. Those look like they are good. The dogs watching is cute.

  9. YUM. I am literally drooling over these decadent looking little pieces of deliciousness right now.

  10. oh wow those look delicious!! :) i love nutella so i’m sure i’ll love this!

  11. I saw these on your instagram, so I am really glad to find the recipe here! These sound wayyyyy too good. I wish I had some right now.

  12. First, your pups are adorable. Second, these look absolutely amazing. I am so hungry now and want to make them now and it is no way an appropriate time to eat them.

  13. Oh my goodness, how delicious looking! I would love to make raspberry crepes!

  14. These look and sound mouth watering! We are huge fans of Nuetella so definitely want to try this product, Thanks for sharing!

  15. YUM!! I just made crepes a few weeks ago and was wishing I had some nutella (gotta restock!)

  16. These look insanely delicious! Can’t wait to try this recipe! And I am definitely going to try that spread! Thanks for sharing!

  17. Sweet Jesus.


  18. Very nice. My kids will never want pancakes again after these!

  19. oh my gosh… I am an awful cook but I must try these!

  20. oh my gosh! Those look delicious! I will have to try the organic hazelnut spread!!

  21. HAHAHAHHA The last picture of your dog is hilarious! I love smiling dog pictures.

  22. Again, your style is perfect! And I think I’m going to try crepes for the first time this week in honor of how easy you made it look. So my dudes thank you! ;)

  23. Okay, this looks so delicious! I want one (and so does your puppy!) In Russia they call these blini. I’m going to have to steal this recipe!! thank you!

  24. These look so delicious it’s not even funny. And I’ve never thought to mix my crepes in a blender. Totally pinning for later.

  25. Holy cow girl! You are food talented! This looks delicious!

  26. OMG those crepes look so good! Thanks for sharing the recipe!!

  27. These crepes just look amazing! Crepes are my favorite so I will definitely be trying this ASAP.

    –Me And My Mini Me

  28. lordy those look good!

  29. OH MY GOSH. These look so good. I want them. And organic hazelnut spread!? That sounds fab.

  30. Oh goodness. Crepes are my weakness. I love them I’ll have to see if I can find that spread!

  31. While reading this post, I had the exact facial expression as the pup in the second picture!! These look so delicious!

  32. Oh my those look delicious!! I love that it tastes even more of hazelnut than nutella. Yes please!! I’ve actually never made crepes, but really ought to, they’re so good and easy. Maybe I’ll surprise my kiddos this weekend with a special breakfast!

  33. Oh my gosh… these look like a dream.

  34. Oh my goodness that looks so good. So good. Excuse me while i pin away. I swear my food board is gonna be nothin’ but your recipes. :)(:

  35. Wow, this looks like the most delicious thing I’ve ever seen. Must eat this soon!