I am obsessed with these Homemade Pumpkin Crepes because they are just the best of what Fall is all about!
I am a sucker for Pumpkin flavored food and I am also a sucker for crepes. So it totally makes sense that this has become a favorite recipe in our home.
When you first think of the word “crepe” you might instantly think of breakfast. But the beauty of pumpkin crepes is that they can be enjoyed any time of the day which means breakfast can now become dinner!
Plus, the upside is that your house is going to smell amazing and so much like Fall!
Sure hope you will give these a try.
What You Will Need to Make Pumpkin Crepes:
For the Crepes:
- Melted Butter
For the Pumpkin Filling:
- Canned Pumpkin (or more if desired)
- Softened cream cheese
- Heavy Whipping Cream
- Powdered Sugar
- Pumpkin Spice (sprinkle on top of crepes-optional)
How to Make Pumpkin Crepes:
In a large bowl mix all wet ingredients first then add in the flour. Mix well. Note: mixture will be runny.
Heat a small skillet to medium heat and then spray in with oil so that the crepe won’t stick.
Add about ¼ Cup of crepe mixture into the hot skillet and pick it up and swirl it into the size of the bottom of the pan.
Cook for about 30 seconds to a minute and then flip on the other side and repeat. Note: it should be just a tiny bit brown on some spots for it to be done.
Cook remainder of the crepe batter and then set aside.
To make the pumpkin filling whip the softened cream cheese in a large bowl. Set aside.
Whip the cold 2 Cups of heavy whipping cream with the ½ Cup powdered sugar until stiff peaks form.
Add whipped cream into cream cheese bowl and blend until mixed. At this point I like to reserve some of this mixture for piping some on top of the crepes, then sprinkling with the cinnamon. But, you could just use the remainder after you put the canned pumpkin in. I just like the look of the white.
Fold in the pumpkin (as much as you desire…taste as you go!)
Add filling to the crepe by lining the middle of the crepe and then roll it up.
Pipe some filling on top and then sprinkle with some pumpkin spice.
Serve and Enjoy!