Grain-Free Protein Crepes that are low-carb, light, and perfect for making a high protein breakfast or snack. These Grain-Free Protein Crepes only need three ingredients and are incredibly easy to make.
This post and recipe is sponsored by OWYN. Opinions are my own.
Grain-Free Protein Crepes
I recently traveled to writing retreat in Texas. The hostess was very accommodating, and made sure that I had gluten-free meals throughout the week. On the way back, I didn’t have as much luck. The airport I was in had almost no gluten-free options, other than some prepackaged snacks.
One of the restaurants served crepes all day long. The smell of vanilla crepes filled the airport, and I wanted nothing more than to go home and make these Grain-Free Protein Crepes.
This recipe is extremely easy. It uses three ingredients: OWYN protein powder, eggs, and dairy-free milk. That’s it. And this recipe is hard to mess up. The key is making sure you use a non-stick pan and lightly coat it with cooking spray. If you do that, you’re golden!
I’ve made these crepes with ham and cheese, I’ve made them with nut butter and bananas, and I’ve made them using fresh whipped coconut cream and strawberries. You can fill them with your favorite ingredients, or make a wrap out of them. They do have a slight vanilla flavor from the protein powder, but it’s not overwhelming, and savory fillings still taste incredible.
I love OWYN products. Their protein powders come in containers and travel size packets. I first made this recipe while traveling and instantly fell in love. The individual packets were perfectly proportioned to make this recipe and they fit easily in my luggage.
Since most stores carry eggs and dairy-free milk, you can make these crepes anywhere! We love traveling to Europe and it’s hard to find gluten-free crepes in most parts of the country. With all of our travels, we’ve only found gluten-free crepes once (in the Swiss Alps). We are definitely bringing OWYN protein powder with us for now on, to enjoy as a drink and to make crepes.
Whether you are living a gluten-free or dairy-free lifestyle these Grain-Free Protein Crepes are for you. This recipe makes 4 large Grain-Free Protein Crepes but the recipe can be doubled or tripled. You can also store any leftover crepes in the refrigerator or freezer.
I usually make up 4 or 5 batches at a time and place them in the refrigerator for a quick breakfast, or an after-school snack for my kids. My kids don’t know that they’re made with OWYN protein powder. Making crepes with protein powder is a great way to sneak in extra protein.
I hope you love this Grain-Free Protein Crepe recipe as much as we do. If you make these Grain-Free Protein Crepes, please stop back by and let me know what you thought.
Looking for more high protein breakfasts or snacks. Try my Grain-Free Carrot Cake Muffins or my Paleo Chocolate Chip Muffins. Both are incredible, filling breakfasts and both also make great brunch recipes.
- 1 (36g) packet OWYN Vanilla Protein Powder or 1 scoop (35.7g) OWYN Vanilla Protein Powder
- 2 eggs
- 3 Tablespoons dairy-free milk (or milk of choice)
- Heat a non-stick skillet over medium heat.
- Spray pan with olive oil or oil of choice.
- In a medium mixing bowl, combine all ingredients and whisk until smooth.
- Pour 1/3 cup of batter into the pan and swirl until the batter spreads.
- Cook until the underside of crepe is golden brown, about 1-2 minutes.
- Loosen the edges of the crepe with a rubber spatula then carefully flip. Cook another 1-2 minutes or until done.
- Fill with your favorite ingredients and enjoy.
Cuisinart 623-24 Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 10-Inch Crepe Pan
Pyrex Glass Mixing Bowl Set (3-Piece)
Spring Chef Magnetic Measuring Spoons Set, Dual Sided, Stainless Steel, Fits in Spice Jars, Set of 8
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Serving Size:1 crepe
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 258 Total Fat: 8g Saturated Fat: 4g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 4g Cholesterol: 203mg Sodium: 197mg Carbohydrates: 10g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 0g Protein: 36g