Vegan, Gluten Free Spinach Chickpea Crepes


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Spinach Chickpea crepes are a great vegan and gluten-free alternative to classic crepes and they’re so GOOD filled with heaps of shredded veggies and mushroom-pâté inspired by Tin and Thyme. You can serve this as an appetizer or with extra portion of salad or soup as a light lunch.

CrepesTo Serve
  • 120 g Chickpea flour
  • 60 g Potato starch
  • 60 g Spinach leaves
  • 1/2 tsp Garlic salt
  • 270 ml Water
  • Mushroom pâté (recipe here by Tin and Thyme)
  • Shredded black radish
  • Shredded Carrot
  • Shredded bell pepper
  1. Place all the ingredients in a mixing bowl. Use an immersion blender to process everything until you have a smooth batter. Cover with plastic wrap. Set aside at room temperature for 30 mins to rest.
  2. Heat a 22-cm non-stick skillet over medium flame. Brush the skillet with a bit of coconut oil. Pour about 1/3 cup of the batter into the hot skillet while quickly tilting the skillet in a circular motion to swirl batter to evenly cover the base.
  3. Cook for 1- 2 minutes on medium heat, or until the crepe is dry on the surface and crisp around the edges. Flip the crepe and cook on the other side for a further 1 minute. Transfer to a plate. Cover loosely with foil to prevent the crepe drying out. Repeat with the remaining batter to make 8 crepes.
  4. To serve, spread some mushroom pâté over the crepe, and top with shredded vegetables. Roll up firmly to enclose filling and enjoy!

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38 comments:

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 9/2/19 11:29

Besides making a beautiful presentation, these crepes sound delicious---especially filled with veggies and mushroom pate!!!

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Vicki Bensinger 9/2/19 13:32

I love these Angie. I will definitely try these. I was looking for a healthy alternative to bread and this could certainly do the trick.

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Nancy Chan 10/2/19 06:41

How I wish I could taste your healthy crepes. Looks delicious!

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2pots2cook 10/2/19 08:31

It looks exactly like my ideal healthy office lunch ! Thank you Angie !

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Rosita Vargas 10/2/19 13:39

Estupenda receta vegana la voy a preparar,me encantó,saludos y abrazos.

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Kitchen Riffs 10/2/19 17:14

I've made only the traditional wheat flour-based crepes. These look wonderful! Neat post -- thanks.

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Evi 10/2/19 19:30

This crepes are extremely gorgeous, Angie! This color makes me seriously happy :)

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Noob Cook 11/2/19 02:05

Look so good! loving the natural colours and flavours in this crepe.

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Gingi Freeman 11/2/19 03:01

Oh wow, these look crazy good and healthy! - http://domesticgeekgirl.com/family-wellness/day-1-of-my-3-day-juice-cleanse-with-goodstuff-juices-summer-slim/

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Merryn 11/2/19 03:04

How wonderful and you have so much patience to create, roll and cook these healthy beauties, thanks Angie 8)

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Valentina 11/2/19 03:15

I'm so excited about these. My 15 yr old GF son will be too. This is such a fun recipe and can be filled with so many things -- although those veggies and mushroom paté are calling my name.

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Nammi 11/2/19 04:31

Wow love the green colour. At first I thought the chickpeas were in the filling.

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Mandy Frielinghaus 11/2/19 05:51

These are so impressive Angie, would love to try them.
Have a wonderful week.
:-) Mandy xo

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natalia20041989 11/2/19 11:42

They look like Spring on a plate, love crepes, but haven't made them thi way, lovely idea☺

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Izaa 11/2/19 16:01

they have a great spring color

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Kelly | Foodtasia 11/2/19 16:55

Angie, these crepes are so colorful and so much fun! They're just begging to be filled with yummy, colorful vegetables!

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Catherine 11/2/19 18:19

Dear Angie, My daughter would especially love these crepes. They would make a wonderful wrap. xoxo Catherine

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Pam 11/2/19 18:44

The crepes sound delicious, Angie and the color makes them even better. And the mushroom pate is a bonus! Yum!!!

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fimère .b 11/2/19 20:33

originale et gourmand j'adore
bonne soirée

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 11/2/19 22:10

I've been trying to cut back on carbs and little and would love to try these crepes, Angie! I'm loving the sound of the mushroom pâté also. Great idea!

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Pam 12/2/19 17:58

What a great idea! They look tasty.

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gloriadelpilar_1994@yahoo.com 12/2/19 20:26

These sounds and looks amazing and so pretty too !!xo

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tigerfish 12/2/19 23:59

Love your healthy green crepes made from chickpea and spinach! Genius idea.

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Balvinder Ubi 13/2/19 02:11

What a wonderful idea! I made chickpea flour crepes a lot but never thought of adding spinach into it. They look fabulous!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 13/2/19 12:36

I love these! They are sooooo pretty! What a great color.

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kitchen flavours 13/2/19 15:42

Beautiful crepes! Sounds so delicious with the mushroom pate!

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Evolve With Mary 13/2/19 20:24

Crepes are my jam, I have made them a few times but it’s been years. They were surprisingly easy to make, my home economic teacher was french :) I’m loving your spinach chickpea version. Have a great day Angie :)

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GiGi Eats 13/2/19 20:41

Yous a geniussss! Yous a genius! But you know that I think this already, ha! I need to venture into the chickpea flour world!

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Juliana 14/2/19 00:47

Oh Angie, these crepes look so pretty, and I am loving all the ingredients you have in it, fabulous idea using chickpea flour and spinach.
Have a wonderful week!

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No Spoon Necessary 14/2/19 01:27

These crepes are absolutely beautiful, Angie! I love the use of chickpea flour and spinach in here!! Almost too pretty to eat.. Almost, because I'd eat a dozen! YUM!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 14/2/19 05:08

These spring like crepes sue get my vote! And what a great way to have a special lunch!

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Anca 14/2/19 11:01

These crepes look fab! I have some chickpea flour that I was wondering to what else I'm going to use it. I might make crepes, like you did. The colour looks amazing too.

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Chitra Sayeeram 14/2/19 12:07

They look so perfect and delish..Just like our Indian dosas :)

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 14/2/19 22:54

Angie, these are gorgeous! I'm seeing them as the centerpiece of a spring luncheon!

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Reeni Pisano 15/2/19 01:03

They're so perfect and so beautiful! Love that vibrant green Angie!

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 15/2/19 05:52

I LOVE this idea, Angie! I see so many possibilities for salads and wraps! They look fantastic!

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Amrita Roy 15/2/19 11:39

these vegan gluten free crepes are absolutely hit... will try it soon

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 15/2/19 18:18

That color!! So I must confess that I've never made crepes at home before - I need to give it a try!

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