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Crepes are delicious, easy to make, and a crowd-pleaser. Every food tastes better when wrapped in a paper-thin, warm crepe. A crepe pan features shallow sides so that the crepe batter is easy to spread and then can be flipped over. Offset metal icing spatulas are the best tool for turning a crepe. Kitchen Conservatory offers several styles of crepe pans: French carbon steel crepe pans (in two sizes), nonstick Berndes crepe pan, and the Le Creuset enameled cast-iron crepe pan that comes with a batter spreader.

To purchase a crepe pan.

If you are unsure about how to make a crepe, Kitchen Conservatory can help. We offer these upcoming participation crepe classes:

On Sunday, April 1 from 1 to 3:30 pm, learn how to make and taste coconut crepes with kiwi-lime sauce, along with other delicious brunch fare.

On Saturday, May 19 from 10 to 12:30 pm, learn how to make and taste duck confit-goat cheese crepes, asparagus-Swiss cheese crepes, mushroom crepes, and chocolate-nut crepes.

To Register for Cooking Classes.