Ground Beef Stuffed Crêpes

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These Ground Beef Stuffed Crêpes are a simple, hearty, and delicious dish. Once stuffed, they are baked until crispy edges and melted cheese.

Ground Beef Stuffed Crêpes

Hi, my friends.

I have a very important message to deliver: Happy Friday! Although my weeks apparently are not extremely hectic, I always look forward to Fridays. After all, who does not?

I will keep it short and simple today as I know we don’t want to spend a lot of our time on weekends reading a boring (and long) blog post. Besides, who needs to talk when we have these Ground Beef Stuffed Crêpes? I certainly don’t!

You might (but most likely not) remember that I am a huge fan of crêpes. I do equally like both sweet and savory…but I probably like savory ones just slightly more. Well, I cannot reject crêpes served with either condensed milk or dulce de leche.

So far I have had some other similar ideas on the blog including these Butternut Squash Chicken Buckwheat Crêpes and Mushroom Ham Cheddar Buckwheat Crepes. There’s one little secret. I am going to make another savory version tomorrow. Will you promise to keep my secret safe?

You can whip this dish relatively quickly as you can make the crêpes while preparing the beef filling (Please note that the recommended amount of batter will result in having more crêpes you need for this skillet. However, I believe you will handle this problem professionally. I did. With a can of condensed milk). The final step is baking the crêpes in the oven until the edges are crisp and the cheese has melted. And here we go – a hearty and delicious lunch or dinner is waiting for you.

Just don’t forget to grab a glass of wine. That’s strongly recommended.

Cheers.

 

 

 

7 thoughts on “Ground Beef Stuffed Crêpes

  1. Milena says:

    I love how you stuffed the crepes with savory ingredients! Reminds me of what my grandmother used to do. Absolutely delightful approach, even though growing up I only cared for honey and walnuts or cherry preserve as acceptable companions. So glad to have grown past that stage! I just made Weissbier crepes for the fam the other day and have been wanting to eat more, will try your awesome recipe next! Thank you for sharing! Pinned!
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  2. Laura says:

    I love a good crepe, too! There was a time when my son wanted to make them every day. I mean it. Like 35 days in a row. I haven’t made them since. But this recipe sounds like it may just resurrect the crepe maker in me! I love a savory crepe, too, and can’t wait to try these – they look and sound luscious!
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  3. David @ Spiced says:

    This sounds delicious, Ben! It’s like a twist on the classic cheeseburger, and I love cheeseburgers! I really should make crepes more often, too. The addition of cream cheese there is pretty cool. I wouldn’t have thought about that one, but I bet it makes the beef filling super creamy and delicious! Love this recipe!! (P.S. Are there any leftovers?)
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