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Keto Jalapeno Crepes

These low-carb Keto Jalapeno Crepes are a delicious flavor odyssey that combines sweet, savory, and spicy flavors. Crepes first captured my attention in my sixth-grade French lesson.

I really wanted to visit Paris since at the time we were foolish enough to think that the French exclusively consumed croissants, baguettes, and crepes.

How To Make

for crepes

  1. With sugar substitute, butter, and cream cheese, blend eggs until it gets smooth. It will be a liquid combination.
  2. Pour a tiny bit of the mixture into a nonstick pan and heat it at a low temperature.
  3. It will be thin when cooked like a pancake and resemble typical crepes.

For completing

  1. Combine vanilla, cream cheese, and sugar substitute. Beat until frothy, then include cooked bacon crumbles.
  2. Fill the crepe to your preferred level, then carefully roll or fold it.

Of course, stuffing them with delicacies that aren’t very ketogenic. I went to thinking about how I could prepare crepes that were both distinctive and low carb after remembering those delicious times (and after watching the Food Network late one night).

Something spicy and sweet? That’s right, the post’s title isn’t a mistake. I can’t wait to share my brand-new keto-friendly, low-carb jalapeño crepe recipe with you! Hopefully, by now, the puzzled expression on your face has changed to intrigue. These are a great blend of sweet, savory, and spicy, so trust me on this.

INGREDIENTS

Crepes

  • 4 eggs
  • Cream cheese, 4 ounces (room temperature)
  • 10g butter
  • TWO tbsp. sugar substitute ( Prefer Sukrin)
  • Finely sliced pickled jalapenos, 3–4 tablespoons

Filling

  • Cream cheese, 4 ounces (room temperature)
  • 4 cooked bacon strips
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • sugar alternative ONE–TWO teaspoons

INSTRUCTIONS

for crepes

  1. With sugar substitute, butter, and cream cheese, blend eggs until it gets smooth. It will be a liquid combination.
  2. Pour a tiny bit of the mixture into a nonstick pan and heat it at a low temperature.
  3. It will be thin when cooked like a pancake and resemble typical crepes.

For completing

  1. Combine vanilla, cream cheese, and sugar substitute. Beat until frothy, then include cooked bacon crumbles.
  2. Fill the crepe to your preferred level, then carefully roll or fold it.

NOTES

  • Easy to prepare meals
  • Crepes and cream cheese should be kept apart.
  • Reheat the crepe for 30 seconds in the microwave or a pan over low heat.
  • Cream cheese needs to be warm for the blender to thoroughly include the egg.

NUTRITION

calories: 93kcal,
carbohydrates: 1g,
protein: 7g, fat: 6g,
saturated fat: 3g,
sodium: 160mg,
sugar: 1g,
net carbs: 1g

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