2 Recipes to Make French Chocolate Crepes

Tulip Chocolate

Many culinary enthusiasts show huge love for French chocolate crepes, and who knows some of them might be your customers. Easy to make, yet can be quite a fancy dish when decorated well.

Restaurateurs or café owners should consider this French crepe in their menu, of course with some appealing decorations as the final touch.

In this article, Tulip Chocolate will share some information about French chocolate crepes. This easy recipe is perfect for your business, because you can now have several variations. All you need is a bit of creativity.

How to Make French Chocolate Crepes

There are two recipes for French chocolate crepes we are about to give you. In the first recipe, we will talk about the classic chocolate crepes where you put the cocoa powder into the crepe’s batter.

In the second recipe, we will make a usual crepe without the cocoa powder, but we will add some chocolate filling with a spoon or two of lime juice. Let’s check out the recipes below.

  1. Classic Chocolate Crepe

The ingredients you need to prepare for this recipe are:

  • 80 g all-purpose flour
  • 20 g Tulip Noir Cocoa Powder
  • 20 g granulated sugar
  • 30 g unsalted butter (room temperature)
  • 250 ml milk
  • 2 eggs (room temperature)

To make this classic chocolate crepe, you only need to follow these steps below:

  1. Prepare a large bowl, sift all-purpose flour and Tulip Noir Cocoa Powder into it.
  2. Add sugar to the bowl and whisk them together, set aside.
  3. Prepare a mixing bowl, add milk and eggs to the bowl. Beat until just combined, then add the melted unsalted butter, mix until well combined.
  4. Pour the mixture into the bowl of dry ingredients, then whisk until well combined.
  5. Store the batter into an airtight container, put it in the fridge, and leave it overnight.
  6. The next day, prepare a saucepan or the crepe pan and brush a thin layer of oil. Take a ladle of crepe batter and swirl it around the pan for about 1 minute. Flip and let it cook for 30 seconds.
  7. Serve the chocolate crepes with any spread and add some fruits toppings.


  1. Chocolate Filling Crepe with Lime Juice

For the chocolate filling crepe with lime juice, you need to prepare these ingredients:

  • 80 g all-purpose flour
  • 20 g Tulip Noir Cocoa Powder 
  • 20 g granulated sugar
  • 30 g unsalted butter (room temperature)
  • 250 ml milk
  • 2 eggs (room temperature)

As for the filling, you need to prepare these ingredients:

  • 113 g Tulip Dark Compound Chocolate
  • 113 g granulated sugar
  • 709 ml heavy cream
  • 295 ml nonfat evaporated milk
  • 2 tbsp unsalted butter (room temperature)
  • 2 tbsp lime juice

And these are the steps you need to follow:

  1. To make the batter crepe, you can follow the steps from the 1st recipe. The only ingredient on the list is the Tulip Noir Cocoa Powder.
  2. After you prepare the crepes batter, let’s continue with the chocolate filling with lime juice. Prepare a bowl and place the Tulip Dark Compound Chocolate. Melt it using the double boiler or microwave.
  3. Add the unsalted butter and mix it with the melted chocolate.
  4. Add the granulated sugar, heavy cream, and nonfat evaporated, stirring occasionally, and turn the heat off when the bubbles come up.
  5. Add the lime juice to the chocolate filling, mix until well combined.
  6. Once the crepe is cooked, spread the chocolate filling on top, roll, and serve it. You can swirl some chocolate filling outside the crepe and add some toppings such as berries or bananas.

It’s easy to make the French chocolate crepes based on our recipe. If you want to find any other chocolate products for these crepes or your menu, contact Tulip Chocolate now, or you can check our product section to get the product you need.

Leave a Comment

Blog posts

Related Articles.

Tulip Chocolate

The Difference Between Fudge and Truffle

Some people still don’t know the difference between fudge and truffle. They think fudge and truffle...

Read more
Tulip Chocolate

How to Make Banana Chocolate Spread

Who can resist crepes or toast with banana and chocolate spread? As you nod with the majority of...

Read more