Spinach Buckwheat Crepes are a savory, nutrient-packed, gluten-free breakfast idea that is incredibly easy to make and can also be enjoyed at any mealtime!
Why Spinach Buckwheat Crepes?
- Gluten-Free: Buckwheat is naturally gluten-free and imparts a delightful nutty taste to the crepes!
- Nutrient Powerhouse: Spinach contributes to the nutritional profile by providing essential vitamins A and C, iron, and fiber. Kickstart your day with a dose of these vital nutrients.
- Versatile Fillings: Customize your crepes with various fillings to suit your taste; the possibilities are endless. Here are just a few filling ideas:
- Gruyere, ham, and pear
- Eggs and smoked gouda
- Sausage and cheddar
- Hummus and tomatoes
- Tzatziki and feta
- Turkey and pesto
- Smoked salmon and cream cheese
- Simple and Quick: This recipe is not only healthy but also quick and easy to make. They can be prepared in advance, frozen, and left in the fridge to defrost the night before, making them perfect for busy mornings! To make fewer crepes, you can halve the batter, keeping 2 eggs in the recipe.
Spinach Buckwheat Crepes Variations
- Herbs: If you’re looking to do either a savory or sweet filling, omitting the herbs creates a neutral-tasting crepe. This versatility allows for diverse fillings, such as peanut butter and bananas or yogurt and berries, as the spinach leaves no noticeable taste.
- Dairy-Free: Achieve a dairy-free version by effortlessly substituting any unsweetened, unflavored dairy-free milk.
- Egg-Free: While I haven’t personally tested it, flax eggs could potentially serve as a substitute for regular eggs.