Paleo Chocolate Almond Butter Crepes
Paleo Chocolate Almond Butter Crepes ! Paleo Crepes filled with dark cacao flavored almond butter. These Paleo Chocolate Almond Butter Crepes are creamy and smooth, filled with rich and dark cacao flavored almond butter. Perfect for both valentine’s day and everyday indulgence.
Watch how to make this ridiculously easy and sinfully delicious Paleo Chocolate Almond Butter Crepes !
Perfect Valentine’s Day recipe for your loved one or ones 🙂
If you’ve followed my blog for some time, you know that I spend most of my efforts on writing main and savory dishes because that’s what I believe the majority of us need the most help with in everyday life.
But occasionally when I do find a good occasion to make other things, my first choice has always been CHOCOLATE !
Well, I should probably say raw cacao powder !
These Paleo Chocolate Almond Butter Crepes hit all the right notes – milky, soft, creamy, slightly bitter, and a tiny hint of sweetness (if you dress them up with maple syrup or fruits).
But for my husband and me, it’s simply perfect to eat them alone without any toppings.
Eat More Cacao !
These Crepes are completely dairy free and because they are Paleo (including the filling) you won’t feel bloated or “weighed-down”.
According to WebMD, raw cacao powder has “nearly four times the antioxidant content of regular processed dark chocolate”. It can help you shed fat and prevent premature aging.
Plus, it tastes delicious when you combine it with almond butter as my recipe shows you how to do below !
The Simplest Way To Make Ahead My Paleo Chocolate Almond Butter Crepes
You can make the batter a day ahead and store it in a glass, airtight container. The batter will get slightly thickened after sitting in the fridge, so thin it with full fat coconut milk, 1 tablespoon a time until you reach your desired consistency before making the crepes.
I like to make my crepes in larger batches. After they cool down to room temperature, store them flat in large zip lock bags with wax paper between each of the layers.
Just pop them back to microwave for 15 seconds and you’ll have delicious Paleo Crepes in no time.
What about Dark and Rich Cacao flavored Almond Butter ?
Well, I don’t want to say this but it tastes damn like nutella, only without the sweeteners and junk oil.
There are numerous recipes online that show you how to make Paleo nutella with roasted hazelnuts but hey I think I’ve found a simpler way to get that rich, smooth, and dark chocolatey flavor without jumping through the hoops to roast, peel, and grind the nuts at home.
So what are you waiting for ?
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Paleo Chocolate Almond Butter Crepes
- 6 medium size eggs
- 1/2 cup full-fat coconut milk or almond milk
- 4 tbsp melted coconut oil
- 3 tbsp coconut flour
- 3 tsp arrowroot powder
- 1/4 tsp fine sea salt
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- Ghee (to grease the pan)
Paleo Chocolate (Raw Cacao) Almond Butter Spread:
- 4 tbsp unsweetened and unsalted almond butter, (either chunky or smooth), Stir-well
- 1 tsp raw cacao powder, (use 1 ¼ tsp for stronger bitter chocolate taste)
- 6 tbsp full-fat coconut milk from a can, (For thinner batter, add ½ to 1 tbsp coconut milk a time until desired consistency)
- Small pinch of fine sea salt
- Whisk and stir all ingredients under “Paleo Crepes” in a large mixing bowl until there are no lumps. Let the batter sit for 5 minutes.
- Heat 1 tsp ghee in a cast iron skillet or non-stick skillet over medium heat. When hot, lower the heat to medium-low, whisk the batter again for an additional 10 seconds.
- Pour ¼ cup of the batter into the pan. Quickly and gently swirl the pan around so that the batter coats the entire pan evenly. Cook about 1-minute or until the edges start to crisp. Carefully flip and cook the flip side about 30 seconds. Transfer to a cooling rack and repeat with the remaining batter.
Chocolate (raw cacao) almond butter:
- Combine/stir almond butter, cacao powder, coconut milk, and pinch of fine sea salt until creamy and smoothly. Taste and adjust to your own liking.
I only made the sauce. I followed the recipe as written and it was absolutely delicious. I thereafter added a little bit of honey to it and oh my goodness, it blew me away. What can I say, this is the second recipe I have made from this website and I love it. Just bought the cookbook!!! Cant wait to try others….so excited.
Thank you! Haha you’ve found an older recipe of mine but this is one of the healthy sweet recipes my husband absolutely LOVE!
Looove the Chocolate Almond Butter!!! Sooo good!! The crepes on the other hand taste more like coconut flavored eggs; than crepes; the result of too many eggs and not enough flour. Unless I did something wrong?
I had to add some more flour to get the texture of traditional crepes.
It does taste my eggy though. Some people like it and others might not. The type of coconut flour might make a difference. 🙂
The crepes are fine, but I didn’t care for the sauce. I doctored it up with some Lily’s chocolate chips, stevia drops & Yacon syrup to sweeten it up a bit. It was way too bitter for me without the added sweetener, but that might just be my tastebuds 😉
These crepes were incredible. I made a batch and had two each day for my breakfast. I’m doing Keto so I made a chocolate sauce with cacao, coconut oil and full fat cream to go with them.
Do you consider a serving to be 1 or 2 crepes topped with the sauce? I’m keeping track of my macros! Thanks so much xx
Thank you! So happy to hear!
Hi! Can anything be substituted for the arrowroot powder?
Hi Clarissa, you can also try tapioca starch. 🙂
Sooooo yummy!!! Thank you!! Our kids loved them too! I made a sugar free berry sauce and sugar free coconut whipped cream to go with it but next time will make your chocolate sauce!!
So happy to hear. Thank you!
These were amazing!! Thank you!!
Thank you, Kim!
What can I substitute for arrow root powder?
Hi there, tapioca flour will be a great substitute 🙂
Can the arrowroot powder be substituded? I can’t find it locally. Thanks!
Hi Ruth, try tapioca flour. It works too!
I made these this morning and they are fantastic! They remind me of my grandma’s Norwegian pancakes. Thank you!
That’s so awesome !
i had a question. if i wanted to make it into a green tea crepe: instead of the 4 tbsp of coconut flour would i substitute 2 of the tbsp with matcha powder?
Hi Emilie, Thank you ! I feel 2 tbsp matcah powder might be too strong (bitter taste). Maybe start with 1/2 tbsp and add more if you like ?
Could one substitute the almond butter with cashew butter?
I’d start with the same amount and make adjustments to your preference :))