No Batter Chocolate Hazelnut Crêpe


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This simple, no batter crêpe made with Flatout flatbread can turn your blahs into oh-la-las in mere moments. Whether you make this for the end of a romantic dinner for two, a teatime treat for friends, or for, well, no particular reason at all, this easy little number has all the right ingredients: indulgent chocolate hazelnut spread, fragrant juicy strawberries, and toasted chopped hazelnuts. Warm up one of our flatbreads in a pan with some butter on both sides, and you’re already halfway to ecstasy. Let our video show you the way!

While the flatbread does its thing, slice up some fresh strawberries nice and thin. Now where’s that chocolate spread, surely you still have some around? Good. All you need do now is crush up some whole nuts with the side of a knife. Once the flatbread is pliant, it’s time to assemble your masterpiece. Chocolate spread first, then the fruit, then the nuts…stay strong, this is no time for weakness…

A dusting of powdered sugar makes all the difference, so don’t skimp! Et voilà, the sugared, buttered flatbread is transformed into the kind of pastry that may well be eaten at a sidewalk cafe, in a quiet little out of the way spot. The kind of place you just happened upon, perhaps, like that one time in Paris. It was magical then, and it can be just as magical now.

But who needs Paris when you have all that you need in the comfort of your own kitchen? As long as there’s Flatout flatbread, some berries, some chocolate, and a few nuts, the time is right to dazzle and delight your loved ones any time you see fit. As they say in France: C’est magnifique! strawberries

No Batter Chocolate Hazelnut Crêpe


  • 1 Flatout Flatbread
  • 1 tablespoon melted butter
  • 4 strawberries, sliced
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate/hazelnut spread
  • 1 teaspoons powdered confectioners sugar


Lightly brush melted butter on both sides of Flatout® Multigrain Flatbread. Place Flatout® Flatbread in medium warm frying pan for 30 seconds. Remove to cutting board.

Cover one side of Flatout® Flatbread with spread. On one rounded end, lay cut strawberries. Fold in half-length wise and fold again width wise. Sprinkle with powdered sugar. Eat as is or cut in thirds for a snack.


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