Whey Protein Crepes Recipe

"Whey Protein Crepes"


– 1/2 cup egg whites (I use Egg Whites Intl. liquid egg whites)

– 1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder or flavor of your choice (EAS brand from Costco is pretty good, but currently searching for a go-to brand!)

– 2 TBSP Whole Flax Seeds (ground is ok too)

– ¼ cup berries of your choice

– 1-2 TBSP of almond milk if too sticky to spread

– Stevia to taste


1. Mix the egg whites, protein, flax and stevia together and cook in a pan like an omelet. Spread thinly. If you find this is too pasty, then add some almond milk. Cook on med to low heat.

2. Fill the middle with the berries of your choice and fold the top over.


NUTRITION INFO: Calories: 189 cals, 1 g fat, 9 g carbs, 34 g protein.

Like this? You may just fall in LOVE with my protein pancakes then!

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  1. Patricia says:

    Can I use a regular egg?

  2. Angel says:

    I made these for the first time today, and I absolutely love them! I love how fee ingredients I needed and how quick it was! Plus they totally satisfied my crepe cravings 🙂 Thank you so much for the recipe!

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  4. Claudia says:

    I’ve actually tried a few of your recipes (including this), and they all taste amazing. But most of them contain special ingredients that people would have to order online, or go to different grocery store than usual. The point of healthy eating is to start now, and not procrastinate; it makes it a lot harder when you’re eating the same meals over and over, because you haven’t had the time to make that special grocery trip, or order the ingredient online. I just thought it would be nice if you had a few recipes with ingredients everyone would have, or could easily go to a local grocery store for.

  5. Dana says:

    I don’t have any vanilla protein powder, or any other protein powder, does anyone have an idea if I can replace it with something else?

  6. Randi says:

    These are amazing. I made a creme filling instead of berries and it came out amazing. I recommend trying it. The filling is made of mashed banana, Greek yogurt, dash of stevia, and 1/2tsp vanilla and taste like banana creme. I’m in food heaven.

    1. Beth says:

      That sounds AMAZING! Thanks for the recipe :):)

  7. Alba says:

    Cassie is the calorie count for just one crepe or the whole recipie ??

  8. Brad says:

    I just made these! Are they breakfast, lunch, or dessert?
    I don’t care! They were great! Mine were large so it made 3 big crepes. I used chocolate whey protein powder and a dash of cinnamon. I also added a 1/4 cup of Greek yogurt to my fresh black berries (and a stevia packet). Thanks for the delicious recipe! 🙂

  9. LALA23 says:

    Do you use coconut oil or anything on the pan or just the mix?

  10. Chelsea says:

    Made these for breakfast for my sister and I today. They were great! 🙂

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  12. Aimee says:

    These look fantastic! BiPro Unflavored Whey Protein would make a wonderful Go-To Brand!

    1. Pleksri3 says:

      I tried BiPRo. It’s definitely a go-to brand.

  13. Whitney McCullough says:

    This recipe really excites me!!! Can’t wait to try it! Love crepes!

  14. This is intriguing. How many crepes does the recipe make?

    1. blogilates says:

      About 5-10ish depending on how thin u can make it

      1. crystal says:

        I am so excited to make these i recently tried protein pancakes, french toast and i cannot wait to try these