Nutella Crepes #SundaySupper

One bite of Nutella Crepes and you will be instantly transported to Paris on a beautiful Spring day sitting on the streets by the Seine and Notre Dame. 

Nutella Crepes #SundaySupper Whenever I visit a new city there is one thing on my foodie bucket list – I must try as much street food as possible. From the little cart on the corner, to the most popular food truck in the city, I want it all! Michelin rated restaurants may provide a meal that you will never forget, but street food is the soul of a city.  

Standing at a cart waiting for your snack you may find out hidden places to go from the proprietor or even where to get something just as delicious from a friendly face on line.  

Nutella Crepes #SundaySupper #SundaySupper is celebrating the deliciousness that is Global Street Food today! Living in NYC, I have quite the variety of street food at my feet.  At every corner different cultures are represented – from dumplings, to Korean tacos, to Belgian Waffles, authentic Mexican tortas and tacos, and of course intensely seasoned and fragrant street meat you can smell a block away! 

Nutella Crepes in France

Braden and I love eating our way through a new city, so of course street food is the way to go. Not to mention it’s cheap and I like supporting someone at their craft and doing what they love. We’ve enjoyed crepes in Paris and in Metz, France which is in the Alsace region.  Let me tell you, nothing warms you up on a cold January day in France like a hot crepe filled with Nutella made fresh on the street.  It was just what we needed after walking around for days on end and just perfect to share with you today. 

Nutella Crepes #SundaySupper

Nutella Crepes #SundaySupper
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  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 1 1/4 cups whole milk
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
  • additional melted butter for the crepe pan
  • Nutella ( try homemade nutella )
  • optional: sliced bananas, strawberries or raspberries


  1. In a blender place the flour, milk, water, eggs, salt and melted butter.
  2. Pulse about 10-12 times until the batter is completely combined. Alternatively whisk everything together well in a medium bowl.
  3. Place the batter in the refrigerator to sit for at least 2 hours - can be made up to a day ahead of time.
  4. Using a crepe pan or cast iron skillet heat on medium until it just begins to smoke when you brush a little bit of melted butter on the pan (if it smokes a lot lower the heat).
  5. Pour about 1/3 cup batter (this is for a 10 inch pan) on the skillet and swirl it around to create an even thin pancake.
  6. Cook for 2 minutes and with a thing spatula, carefully flip over (I found that folding the crepe in half, flipping, then unfolding to finish cooking was the best way to keep the crepes from tearing).
  7. Cook the crepe for an additional minute and transfer to a parchment lined baking sheet.
  8. Continue to cook the remaining crepes. These can also be made ahead of time, and frozen for about a month if wrapped tightly in plastic and a ziploc.
  9. To fill the crepes, if they are still warm, spread a thin layer of nutella over the crepe, leaving a 1/2 border and roll up.
  10. If the crepes have chilled, heat up in the skillet for 30-45 seconds and then spread the nutella.
  11. If using fruit, place on top of the nutella before rolling or serve on top.
  12. Serve immediately while still warm.
  13. Makes about 10, 10 inch crepes.
Recipe Type: Dessert


Nutella Crepes #SundaySupper Check out the great list below for more Global Street Food!

Bread on the Boulevard

Hand-Held Savory Eats

To-Go Containers

Sweets on the Streets

Grab a Thermos 

So tell me, what are your favorite (GLOBAL) STREET FOODS?  Do you seek out food trucks, carts, and vendors? Feel free to leave me any links or stories that you may have about Street Food experiences in the comments section.  Also, please join us for our live twitter chat tonight at 7pm (Eastern) using the #SundaySupper hashtag, and check out the Sunday Supper board on Pinterest. – See more at:

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41 thoughts on “Nutella Crepes #SundaySupper

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  15. Liz

    On our last night in France last summer, I practically forced my kids to try Nutella and sugar crepes. I knew that if they didn’t like them, they wouldn’t go to waste 🙂 Now I’m hungry for them again!

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  17. Julie @ Texan New Yorker

    I love, love, love Nutella crepes!! I have such fond memories of eating these in Paris, too. One time we were staying in the St. Germain district and there was a crepe stand literally across the street from the hotel. So, breakfast was coffee and egg crepes, lunch and dinner were out on our wanderings, and there was ALWAYS, I mean every day we were there, either an after snack crepe or late-night treat of Nutella crepes. They were so delicious…

  18. Tara

    These remind me of being in Paris and getting crepes from a little outdoor stand and watching him make them, I was mesmerized. Such a great memory. Thanks for bringing it back. Your crepes look gorgeous!!

  19. Nancy @ gottagetbaked

    These are gorgeous crepes, Susan. The only time I’ve ever made them, I mangled every single one, lol. The only thing I want to eat with crepes is Nutella – it’s the perfect combination! I really need to come to NYC and eat my way through the city. You can be my tour guide! It’ll be glorious gluttony.

    1. Susan

      Here’s a confession, my first two times attempting crepes, they were a horrible mess. It took me using my heavy duty Le Creuset skillet to get them working right. Cast iron baby!! Nice hot pan and I had great crepes! p.s. I want you come visit so badly, we will eat so much we will barely be able to walk!

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  21. Renee

    So… the first time I had Nutella crepes was in the Paris hotel in Las Vegas. That counts right? Sure. One day I’ll have them in actual Paris, France. Until then, I’ll use your inspiration to tackle crepes at home too.

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