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Crepes with Pineapple, Passion Fruit, Raspberries and Honey

Crepes with Pineapple, Passion Fruit, Raspberries and Honey




  •        2 eggs
  •        2 egg yolks
  •        125g plain flour
  •        300ml milk
  •        ½ tbsp caster sugar
  •        Oil spray



  •        ½ pineapple
  •        2 passionfruit
  •        1 pnt raspberries
  •        ¼ bunch mint, roughly chopped or torn
  •        4 tsp honey
  • Low fat yoghurt and a sprinkle of cinnamon, to serve


Place eggs, yolks, flour and milk in a bowl. Using a whisk, mix to a smooth batter. Heat a non stick frypan, spray lightly with oil. Pour in some batter and swirl the pan around to evenly and thinly cover the base, cook until lightly browned before turning. Cook other side until lightly browned, set aside and repeat the process until all of the batter is used. Peel and cut the pineapple into chunks and place into a bowl. Cut passionfruit in half and squeeze over the pineapple, add raspberries, honey and mint. Fold crepes into quarters, place onto a plate and top with fruit mixture.


Cooking tips:

Rest the crepe mixture in the fridge for 30 minutes before use, giving the gluten a chance to relax ensuring a smooth and delicate crepe.

 Serve with:

Low fat yoghurt and a sprinkle of cinnamon.

For a classic take on crepes be sure to check out our Basic Crepes recipe today!

Nutritional Information

  • Serving size 219g
  • Energy 1240kJ 296kcal
  • Protein 10.4g
  • Total fat 8.2g
  • Saturated fat 2.9g
  • Carbs (total) 42g
  • Carbs (sugar) 19.6g
  • Sodium 70mg
  • Fibre 3.5g
  • Vitamin D 2.5µg

All nutrition values are per serve.

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