These easy Mixed Fruit Crepes are ready in under 5 minutes and are a healthy and delicious way to start your day. While this post is sponsored by Crispy Green, the recipe and our love for nutrition are our own!

Easy Mixed Fruit Crepes

Breakfast. Did you have it today? I know mornings are hectic, but starting your day off with some nutritious food is guaranteed to make your day better. I promise. Speaking of nutritious…did you know that March was National Nutrition Month? I think you all know that we have a passion for healthy eating, but we like to take the month to really celebrate all things nutrition. And this year we are Celebrating A World Of Flavors with healthy internationally inspired recipes.

Like these Mixed Fruit Crepes.

Mixed Fruit Crepes

What are crepes?

Crepes are basically a very thin pancake. Very thin. So be very careful when you fill them and fold them, they will tear easily. Crepes are typically made from flour, eggs, butter, salt, milk, and water.

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Where are crepes from?

Crepes originated in France in the 13th century.

How to make Mixed Fruit Crepes

What does a crepe taste like?

Think of a thin pancake, but not as sweet with more egg flavor.

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Are crepes sweet or savory?

One of the great things about crepes, is that they aren’t very sweet, so you can fill them with sweet or savory ingredients. When I was in France, I got mine with strawberries and Nutella, which was very American, but absolutely delicious 😉

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Can you buy premade crepes?

Yes! I am all about making things easier in the kitchen and if someone has perfected the art of making the perfectly thin-not-so-sweet crepe, I will happily buy it. I found mine by the produce section.

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Ingredients For Easy Mixed Fruit Crepes

How to make Fruit Crepes

Typically sweet crepes are filled with a sweet cream mixture, but I decided to save on the calories and use yogurt. I used a zero sugar yogurt, but feel free to experiment with your favorite flavors. I found that the coconut vanilla was subtle enough to be the perfect pairing with the fruit…which is the star of this easy breakfast recipe.

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Why freeze-dried fruit?

With no sugar added, 100% deliciousness, adding Crispy Green Freeze Dried Fruit to your crepe is an easy choice. Plus, I liked the added crunch.

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Easy Mixed Fruit Crepes FAQs

Q: What are crepes?
A: Crepes are very thin pancakes that originated in France in the 13th century. They are made from flour, eggs, butter, milk and water.

Q: Can you buy pre-made crepes?
A: Yes, you can find pre-made crepes in the produce section of many grocery stores. This makes assembling fruit crepes quicker and easier.

Q: What do you put in fruit crepes?
A: This recipe uses yogurt, strawberries, bananas and Crispy Green freeze-dried fruit for the filling. Feel free to experiment with different fruits.

Q: How long does it take to make fruit crepes?
A: With pre-made crepes, this is a very quick breakfast. It takes only about 3 minutes to assemble the fruit filling and fold the crepes.

Q: Are crepes sweet or savory?
A: Crepes can be either sweet or savory. For a sweet crepe, fill with fruit, yogurt, chocolate or nutella. Savory crepes may contain ingredients like cheese, vegetables or meat.

Q: How many calories are in a fruit crepe?
A: The fruit crepes in this recipe contain about 198 calories each. This makes it a lighter breakfast option.

Ok, you guys ready to make some Mixed Fruit Crepes? I know I’m hungry 😉

Mixed Fruit Crepes

Easy Mixed Fruit Crepes

Tracy Shaw
Looking for an easy and healthy breakfast idea? These mixed fruit crepes are it! Ready in minutes, this is a delicious internationally inspired breakfast idea.
Prep Time 3 minutes
Course 30 Minutes or Less, Breakfast, Breakfast & Brunch
Cuisine French
Servings 1
Calories 198 kcal


  • 1 premade crepe – found in the produce section
  • 1 single serving package of Crispy Green Crispy Fruit Tangerines
  • 1 Strawberry – greens removed sliced thin
  • 6-8 slices banana
  • 2.5 oz Chobani Zero Sugar Toasted Coconut Vanilla Yogurt half small container


  • In a small bowl mix carefully together the yogurt and fruit
  • Gently lay down one crepe on a plate
  • Place the yogurt mixture in the center, then fold up the edges
  • Top with a dollop of the yogurt and any extra fruit
  • Sprinkle with cinnamon and powdered sugar if desired


Feel free to experiment with different yogurts and freeze-dried fruit!


Calories: 198kcalCarbohydrates: 36gProtein: 9gFat: 3gSaturated Fat: 1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 10mgSodium: 109mgPotassium: 375mgFiber: 3gSugar: 20gVitamin A: 104IUVitamin C: 28mgCalcium: 100mgIron: 1mg
Keyword 30 minute meals, breakfast, breakfast recipes, crepes, healthy breakfast
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