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Crepes with Coffee Mascarpone Cream

Delicate homemade crepes filled with a silky and delicious coffee mascarpone cream. Learn how to make these crepes and have them come out perfectly every time!

Looking for more crepe recipes? Try these crepes with blueberry sauce.

Rolled crepes on a wood cutting board

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of PAM Cooking Spray.

Guys! I put up the Christmas Tree! EEEEK! It’s right behind me, all shiny and bright!
I’m also listening to Christmas Carols!! I’m SO excited! Dashing through the snow in a one horse open sleigh… Oh, I feel complete!

Speaking of things that make me feel complete… let’s talk Crepes! I love ’em! My love for crepes is so deep, they have become one of my go-to comfort foods.

I called my mom the other day to ask her a question or two. I wanted to get the inside scoop on her crepes-recipe because she’s sort of a pro. Hands down, she makes a mean crepe! As we were talking and discussing her recipe, she says, “…and don’t forget the “pehm”…”. Now, before I continue, you need to know that my Mom has a really, really deep Macedonian accent. She rolls her R’s, and her “the” sounds like “duh”. She says things like, “honestly Gah” instead of “honest to God”, and “Arthur Itis” instead of arthritis.

So, naturally, I asked her to repeat herself and, again, she said, “don’t forget the PEHM!”. What is pehm, Mom? She shouts back, “the tall, yellow tube…PEHM!” Do you mean PAM?!? “Yes, Katerina! Pehm!!!” lol 😂 

Two cans of pan next to crepe batter

Now that we got that all sorted out, I do agree with her that if you want that perfect crepe, the one that won’t stick to anything BUT your lips, PAM is your girl. If you want your crepes to turn out right the first time, especially during the holiday season, PAM Cooking Spray is where it’s at. According to my mom, “Pehm” is all you need.

Crepes being filled with mascarpone cream

How to Make Crepes

  1. Whisk together flour and salt.
  2. Combine milk, eggs and oil.
  3. Gradually add milk mixture to flour mixture, whisking until smooth.
  4. Let stand 20 minutes.
  5. Lightly grease a large nonstick frying pan, or a crepe pan, with PAM cooking spray and set over medium heat.
  6. Add 1/3-cup batter and swirl to completely cover bottom of pan.
  7. Cook until edges of crepe curl-up and underside of crepe is golden brown; about 2 to 3 minutes.
  8. Flip the crepe and continue to cook for 30 to 45 seconds, or until lightly browned.
  9. Remove crepe from pan and repeat with remaining batter.
  10. Coat pan with cooking spray in between each crepe.
  11. Keep crepes covered

Cooked crepes in a bowl

A couple of years ago I was going to serve baked cinnamon doughnuts for our Christmas breakfast, but the unthinkable happened. My doughnuts stuck to my NON-STICK doughnut pan. I was furious. I mean, you can imagine, right? It’s Christmas morning and my promised doughnuts turned into crumbs! For my second attempt I used PAM cooking spray and the doughnuts popped right out. Such a relief.

PAM has seven non-stick cooking sprays to help you succeed every time you cook or bake. With PAM on your side, this holiday season can be one filled with celebration, delicious food and success in the kitchen…the first time around!

Crepes with Coffee Mascarpone Cream |

Crepes with Coffee Mascarpone Cream

Katerina | Diethood
Delicate, thin, fluffy Crepes filled with a silky and delicious Coffee Mascarpone Cream.
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Servings : 22
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour


For the Crepes
  • 3-1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • pinch of salt
  • 4 cups 2% milk
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/4 cup canola oil
  • PAM Cooking Spray
For the Coffee Mascarpone Cream
  • 4 teaspoons instant espresso powder
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1 cup chilled heavy whipping cream
  • 1/2 cup mascarpone cheese , room temperature
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract


  • In a medium bowl, whisk together flour and salt; set aside.
  • In a separate large mixing bowl, whisk together milk, eggs and oil.
  • Gradually add milk mixture to flour mixture, whisking until smooth.
  • Let stand 20 minutes.
  • Lightly grease a large nonstick frying pan, or a crepe pan, with PAM cooking spray and set over medium heat.
  • Add 1/3-cup batter and swirl to completely cover bottom of pan.
  • Cook until edges of crepe curl-up and underside of crepe is golden brown; about 2 to 3 minutes.
  • Flip the crepe and continue to cook for 30 to 45 seconds, or until lightly browned.
  • Remove crepe from pan and repeat with remaining batter.
  • Coat pan with cooking spray in between each crepe
  • Keep crepes covered
Prepare the Coffee Mascarpone Cream
  • In a large mixing bowl, stir espresso into 1 tablespoon water until coffee dissolves.
  • Add cream, mascarpone, sugar, and vanilla.
  • Beat until filling is thick and smooth.
  • Spread the Coffee Mascarpone Cream inside each crepe.
  • Roll or fold the crepe and serve.


Calories: 158 kcal | Carbohydrates: 11 g | Protein: 3 g | Fat: 10 g | Saturated Fat: 4 g | Cholesterol: 53 mg | Sodium: 38 mg | Potassium: 94 mg | Fiber: 0 g | Sugar: 4 g | Vitamin A: 320 IU | Vitamin C: 0.2 mg | Calcium: 71 mg | Iron: 0.5 mg | Net Carbs: 11 g

Nutritional info is an estimate and provided as courtesy. Values may vary according to the ingredients and tools used. Please use your preferred nutritional calculator for more detailed info.

Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: French
Keyword: crepes
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78 comments on “Crepes with Coffee Mascarpone Cream”

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    Laurie Benedict

    I have never made crepes,but with this recipe and using Pam cooking spray, I just might be able to do it! I will also use Pam when making Mom’s Belgian waffles.

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    Bobbie Carrigan

    I will use it to make egg pancakes- they are like crepes but you put butter, sugar, and bacon and eat them for breakfast.

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    Lucille Furey

    I use Pam every morning when I give a quick shot of it to my pan to cook my easy over eggs. Pam ensures the easy over part. In my holiday baking I use Pam for a quick spray to cookie sheets for my numerous batches of cookies. Also great for spraying measuring spoons and cups when measuring honey or molasses.

  4. OH MY GOODNESS! I have recently become obsessed with mascarpone cheese (I bought it by accident to sub in a recipe that called from creme fraiche). I really want to make these crepes for breakfast tomorrow! Thanks for the recipe!

  5. I use Pam for lots of holiday baking, but my favorite use is for coating measuring cups and spoons when I’m measuring out something sticky (like peanut butter) for a recipe.

  6. Looks delish! Definitely using Pam for this and brownies for my hubby, and pretty much everything else since there’s always a can sitting next to my stove

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    a marie hj saver

    These look SO yummy. I am going to have to try them.

    I use Pam on everything–we use it every morning on our skillet when we make eggs. Thanks!

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    Christine Matthews

    I have three favorite Christmas quick breads that I make every year and I wouldn’t use anything else but Pam on my pans.

  9. These sound amazing! I have yet to make crepes and I need to change that!

    We are big users of Pam around here πŸ™‚

  10. Really both your crepes and your coffee mascarpone cream have me swooning. How perfect is this? I adore using mascarpone for creams and fillings and frostings and coffee is a favorite flavor. The crepes are perfect! And I adore the story of your mom πŸ™‚
    I grew up in a family that used PAM all the time but it just does not exist in France. But I ADORE all of my Le Creuset ware – the pots, pans, skillet and the casserole dishes. I dream of owning their pie plate!

  11. I plan to use Pam spray to make delicious muffins for a holiday breakfast treat! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    Nami | Just One Cookbook

    I really enjoy your crepe recipe (made several times already) and here’s another one I want to try! I use Pam all the time and I actually don’t know any other brand… πŸ˜€ We buy it from costco all the time. Would love to try this!

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    Cookin Canuck

    Ah yes, the “Pehm”…love it! (And I use it with almost everything I cook.) These crepes look fantastic!

  14. My dad had a thick accent too – I remember the woes of trying to comprehend certain words. πŸ˜€

    These CrΓͺpes look spectacular!! Love. Love. Love.

  15. I love these crepes Kate. And I’m a huge Pehm girl myself. I keep them handy by the stove and always keep extra on hand. Magic in a spray can.

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    Mmmmm, girl, those crepes looks divine!! We sure know how to make perfect crepes πŸ˜‰

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    Meredith Mattimoe

    I use PAM cooking spray on my glass casserole for my delicious marshmallow crispies & to lower the fat in my quesadillas when I cook them in my cast iron skillet.

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    Emily @ Life on Food

    I use Pam spray all of the time. To grease baking dishes before cake and brownies and to coat all of my saute pans before using.

  19. I have been using Pam for as long as I can remember. I use it for EVERYTHING! Baking, sauteing, cooking, etc. EVERYTHING!

  20. It’s so much easier to spray fluted tartlet shells with PAM than to mess around with melted butter.

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    Since I bake pretty much nonstop during the holidays, I’d have to say “in all my baking.”

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    Rachel @{i love} my disorganized life

    I literally use Pam for everything! Baking cookies, cakes, in my crock pot, for scrambled eggs, everything!

  23. I love to bake but I hate to “butter” and “flour” the pans, so I just use pam to spray them and nothing sticks!

  24. What don’t I use Pam for is the better question! Aside from spraying pans, I spray measuring cups/spoons before measuring sticky ingredients.

  25. I also wanted to tell you in a separate comment that I love Pam and use it all the time. My mother also taught me how to make crepes and while I love eating them, making them isn’t nearly as much fun which is why I don’t make them as often as I’d like.

  26. Of course, Pam is the best for baking or Cooking but it is also great on squeaky door hinges. Carefully spray Pam on the hinge, have a paper towel ready to wipe up any over spray. Move door back and forth… squeak!!

  27. I use PAM for EVERYTHING, from crepes, cookies, and cakes, to even spraying it in the pan for my grilled cheese in lieu of butter. It’s amazing!

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    Kathy - Panini Happy

    I go through so much Pam for baking in my house!! My husband made waffles yesterday and they stuck to the waffle iron. He forgot the “Pehm!” πŸ™‚

  29. I plan to use it to bake (I do a lot of baking) and fry our usual lunch menu of tilapia or chicken tenders. πŸ™‚

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    emina cenanovic

    I will use PAHM (PAM) to coat my baking dishes so that my potato’s don’t stick, my cakes come out with no problem. Wondering if it would work to prevent all that glorious food sticking to my thighs? Love your recipes πŸ™‚

  31. I just had crepes recently with ricotta and grated chocolate so I can imagine how tasty yours were. I still haven’t managed to pick up some espresso powder yet, which I was planning on already in order to make espresso panna cotta. I use Pam on a regular basis for baking. Shame I’m in Canada. πŸ™

  32. I will use it for casseroles so nothing sticks to the dish. I make rice casserole and I works beautifully with that.

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    Meg @ The Housewife in Training Files

    I adore crepes as well! All types, sweet and savory! Pam makes making them such a breeze and would like to win this prize to help with making them this holiday season!

  34. I love Pam. I’m generally a “store brand” shopper when it comes to most things, but the generic cooking spray just isn’t the same–doesn’t work nearly as well as Pam!

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    Nancy P.@thebittersideofsweet

    Ooooo these crepes look amazing! with that marscapone cheese, it makes anything taste good!!! I use pam just about every single day! I buy it in bulk so definitely will be using it to make pies!

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