S’mores Nutella Crepes

This is the simple recipe I use when I’m in the mood for some buttery delicate crepes. The batter is so easy and prepared in a blender (yes, a blender!) and they’re absolutely amazing stuffed with Nutella and everything you love about s’mores!

30 Minute S'mores Nutella Crepes - this is my favorite crepe recipe and you won't believe how easy they are!

Do you like crepes? Or, as my friend calls them, “creepies.”

(I have strange friends.)

I love these things! They’re a thin-style, delicate little pancake of sorts popular in France. I don’t know why I’m explaining them to you, because surely you’ve already tried them. And hopefully with a huge smear of Nutella. Yes?

30 Minute S'mores Nutella Crepes - this is my favorite crepe recipe and you won't believe how easy they are!

I perfected a basic crepe recipe a couple years ago. Lots of toying around, but I couldn’t be happier with the result. When I feel like something special, I have them on Sunday mornings when I wake up late (and by late I mean 7am because I don’t know how to sleep in) and stuff them with sliced fresh fruit and a little strawberry greek yogurt. Kevin likes them plain. (???) I don’t understand.

This basic crepe recipe is theeee BEST. It’s easy, it’s quick, there are no strange ingredients. In fact, you may have everything in your kitchen right now. I love recipes that don’t require me to go to the grocery store for the 9th time that week. The best part? These crepes will be on the table in only 30 minutes.

You can enjoy them with a little extra vanilla extract and Nutella, like I show you in my Vanilla Nutella Crepes recipe in my cookbook–> those are so good. And sometimes I do a little savory action with scrambled eggs, veggies, and herbs.

Basically, you can stuff these easy homemade crepes with anything! But this week? Why, it’s time to celebrate s’mores.

How to make (easy, delicious, out-of-this-world) Homemade Crepes. Recipe at sallysbakingaddiction.com

There’s a whole lotta s’more happening here! You’re going to love it. Delicate, buttery crepes filled with creamy Nutella and melty marshmallows. Topped with a little crushed graham cracker. Finished with a sweet drizzle of pure chocolate.

I know crepes are typically a breakfast food but I could honestly eat these s’mores nutella crepes all day, everyday. They make an incredible after dinner treat for your family or guests, too. Maybe serve with a little chocolate ice cream on the side? And invite me over?

Or you can prepare the crepes ahead of time, keep covered, and fill before serving. Or allow everyone to “build” their own s’mores crepes themselves for a fun little DIY dessert party. And invite me over again.

I always had the assumption that crepes were so difficult to prepare, but was pleasantly surprised after I began my hand at them. They require little ingredients, little effort, and little time. If you know how to use a blender (yep, it’s all mixed in a blender) and a spatula (I hope so) then you can make homemade crepes.

Bon appétit!

30 Minute S'mores Nutella Crepes - this is my favorite crepe recipe and you won't believe how easy they are!

My #1 tip: Use a small frying pan, the exact same size you’d like for your crepes.

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S’mores Nutella Crepes

  • Author: Sally
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Cook Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes
  • Yield: 8-10 crepes
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Cooking
  • Cuisine: French


This is the simple recipe I use when I’m in the mood for some buttery delicate crepes. The batter is so easy and prepared in a blender (yes, a blender!) and they’re absolutely amazing stuffed with Nutella and everything you love about s’mores!



  • 3 Tablespoons unsalted butter (melted and cooled to room temperature), plus more for the pan
  • 1 cup (125g) all-purpose flour (spoon & leveled)
  • 1 Tablespoon granulated sugar
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 cup (180ml) milk
  • 1/2 cup (120ml) water
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract


  • 1/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips or chopped semi-sweet chocolate
  • 1/2 cup Nutella (maybe a little more if you spread it thickly)
  • 1 cup mini marshmallows
  • 2 graham crackers, crushed into crumbs


  1. Start with the butter. It should be melted and set aside for at least 15 minutes so it is not extremely hot (which will then “scramble” your eggs when mixed). Make sure it’s slightly cool.
  2. Add the cooled melted butter, flour, sugar, salt, milk, water, eggs, and vanilla to a blender (or use an electric mixer). Mix on medium-high speed for 20-30 seconds or until everything is combined. The mixture will be creamy. Pour into a medium-size bowl, cover tightly, and chill in the refrigerator for 30-60 minutes (and up to 1 day).
  3. Melt a little extra butter in a small frying pan over medium heat. Pour 1/4 cup of chilled batter onto the center of the pan. Tilt the pan and swirl the batter evenly to all sides. Cook 1-2 minutes or until the bottom is lightly browned. With a thin spatula, gently flip the crepe and cook for 1 more minute on the other side. Transfer the cooked crepe to a large plate and repeat with the remaining batter, making sure to butter the pan between each crepe. Separate each crepe with parchment paper so they do not stick together.
  4. Melt the chocolate chips in a small dish in 15 second increments, stirring between each increment. Set aside. Spread 1-2 Tablespoons of Nutella onto 1 side of each crepe. Top each with some marshmallows. Roll or fold into quarters and sprinkle with crushed graham crackers. Drizzle with melted chocolate. Serve warm.


  1. Make Ahead & Freezing Instructions: Unfilled crepes will remain fresh in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 1 day or in the freezer for 1 month. Batter may be made the night before. Pour into a mixing bowl and cover tightly, then prepare crepes in the morning.

Keywords: s'mores nutella crepes, s'mores crepes


  1. Averie @ Averie Cooks says:

    I am not even kidding Sally I was emailing my mom yesterday that I was going to make Nutella crepes. Well, guess I won’t be making those 🙂 Yours are gorgeous and that Anthro plate is the perfect delicate staging touch. Love how these turned out! Pinned!

  2. Laura @ Raise Your Garden says:

    I too have this perception that crepes or creepies as your friend calls them are impossible to prepare, had no idea you could make them using a blender and spatula. When I’m craving a crepe, I head over to Bob Evans, but if it’s really this easy then I will have to try.

    My mom even bought be a crepe pan from a garage sale but I have been too timid to use. Love your s’mores spin on a crepe!!! But the possibilities don’t stop there!! Thanks Sally for another home run….I’m sure.

    1. Laura, they are SO simple to make at home. If you can make an omelet, you can make a crepe. Seriously! Let me know if you try them.

  3. Creepies! I love it! And you’re on quite an awesome s’mores kick this week! I’ve always found crepes to be scary, but you’re helping me be brave enough to try to make them. Especially if they’re filled with this goodness!

    1. They’re so simple Mir. Just a few easy ingredients mixed together. The art is in flipping them. If you can make omelets, you can make crepes.

  4. Danielle @ Chits and Chats and Chocolate says:

    These look excellent! Nutella makes everything better 🙂 Instead of crepes, I usually make Swedish pancakes, which are very similar, but now maybe I’ll give crepes another go!

  5. Chelsea @ Gal on a Mission says:

    Such a simple, fun, and delicious summer treat! Love it, Sally! 🙂

  6. Gayle @ Pumpkin 'N Spice says:

    These crepes are beautiful, Sally! So funny that your friends call them creepies. Stuffed with smores and nutella is the best combination ever!

    1. Hahaha my friends are strange.

  7. Marina @ Cosmetics & Crumbs says:

    You’re killing me with these S’mores recipes, Sally!! I could really go for a crepe right about now and I can’t believe these are so easy! Thank you!

  8. Jocelyn (Grandbaby Cakes) says:

    Girl these crepes are serious! Wowza my perspective on crepes will now never be the same.

  9. My great grandparents came over from Sweden so we always had Swedish pancakes which are quite similar. They were always filled with jam when I was growing up. I will confess that I am like Kevin in that I like them plain…I’m the same with pancakes too. Weird, huh? 🙂 I guess not a big deal since the days when I eat a crepe or pancake are FEW and FAR FAR FAR between!

    These look AMAZING….Nutella is one of those things I don’t even keep in the house because it is the devil…taunting me to just have a wee little taste! But your pictures make me want to splurge….

    Oh, wanted to mention, the virtual wedding shower yesterday was super cool! I was really happy for you – how fun!! 🙂

    1. Not weird, I promise. My mom likes pancakes plain too – or with a little apple butter. Which I admit, is so so good! And I agree with what you said about Nutella. I can hardly keep it in my kitchen too! The virtual shower made my month. Sweetest thing in the world.

  10. ashley - baker by nature says:

    It’s totally crepe o’clock over here! I need one of these asap. Gorgeous job, Sally! xo

  11. Kelly - LEFT SIDE OF THE TABLE says:

    How the heck does Kevin eat them plain?! Haha too funny! I love Nutella and banana – and lemon and sugar! Drool. When I studied in France my host mom added a secret ingredient to her batter….actually I don’t know how secret it really is…beer! I have yet to experiment with beer when I make them lol! These look a divine! Have a great day Sally 🙂

    1. Kelly, I don’t know how he eats them plain. I must admit, I do sometimes only put a little smear of jam on them. BUT at least that’s something. To each his own, right?!

  12. I have totally made these and can attest that they are delicious!!! Gorgeous too, as always Sally 🙂 Pinned!

    1. Thanks Ashton! I’m so happy you like my crepe recipe 🙂 Hope you’re having a great week. Thanks for the Pinterest add and wedding wishes earlier today!

  13. Beth @ bethcakes says:

    I’ve never made crepes, but I HAVE TO now! I always assumed it was hard to make them too. But I mean…Nutella, marshmallows, grahams, and chocolate? Sold! Totally going to make crepes this weekend! 🙂

  14. Stephanie @ Girl Versus Dough says:

    Yum! I grew up eating my dad’s (household famous ;)) crepes filled with sour cream and jam, but I think I need to up the ante with this s’mores filling because NUTELLA. 🙂

    1. Stephanie, I’ve never added sour cream to my jam filling! I’ll try a dab of it next time. It sounds amazing. And yes, you would love this nutella s’mores version. We had it for dessert!

  15. Nicole ~ Cooking for Keeps says:

    Loveeeeee crepes! And these Sally? OMG. To-die-for!

  16. I absolutely loooove your crepe recipe from your cookbook…its my go to fancy breakfast recipe lol…my favorite version is to smear on a big glob of peanut butter and some fresh berries or preserves…pb&j crepes!…or peanut butter and chocolate chips! 🙂

    1. Jessica, your PB + fresh fruit version sounds so good. I’m trying that next!

    2. That sounds good! My sister LOVES peanut butter and jelly, so I will definitely try that!!! 🙂

  17. Jasmine @ A cupcake for my thoughts says:

    Oh my goodness Sally, these look amazing! I’m French and we eat a lot of crepes with just Nutella, which don’t get me wrong is delicious but these look even more delicious! Definitely going to try these out 🙂

  18. Wow. Just WOWZA! Delish. I bet some Biscoff spread would go nicely in there too 🙂

  19. What’s wrong with just a basic crepe or basic fruit crepe recipe? This isn’t even breakfast anymore (same with the s’mores cinnamon rolls), they’re a sugar bomb dessert and a peculiar one at that. Why is everything recipe that food bloggers post (it’s not just this site) heavily pimped up for Pinterest by stuffing caramels in everything or giving normal recipes a cutesy, super long name? I don’t get it.

    1. Hey Amber! Thanks so much for your opinion. I love these simple basic crepes with fruit and yogurt, as I mentioned in my writing. I’m celebrating s’mores this week on my blog, so I decided to give my basic crepes a s’mores makeover. Let me know if you try the basic crepe recipe!

      I find I post a lot of basic recipes that have been passed down to me from my grandmother like oatmeal raisin cookies, peach pie, lemon cake, and whole wheat pancakes. All featured in my cookbook and on my blog. I’m sorry you feel different. Let me know if you’d like me to link you a few of my basic recipes.

      1. Thanks for the reply. Sorry to sound like a b*tch but it just seemed kind of odd to me, then again these are probably supposed to be eaten as a “creative dessert” more than anything else.

  20. I don’t like Nutella so I’ll end up using peanut butter instead in the crepe (which are an interesting concept…. S’mores :)) and also eating these for dessert because my body could not handle all those marshmallows in the morning. But these still look fabulous! I’ll also probably take the basic crepe recipe and stuff it with fruit and chocolate chips for a “kinda healthy” breakfast thing! Thanks for the basic recipe!

  21. Alexis @ Upside Down Pear says:

    I love strange friends (mine are also just as weird)! Our conversations are ones that only we’d understand. They make for the best times!

    These crepes sound AMAZING and I’m always so fearful because of their delicate nature. I’m definitely going to have to try this sometime. I like my crepes with jam, but ever now and then I need a savory one with veggies and eggs. It’s too hard to find a good crepe place around here, so I’ll just have to start making my own! Thanks!!

    1. Hahahaha Alexis my friends and I are the same way. Conversations only we find hilarious and can understand. I love this crepe recipe and instead of s’mores fillings, fill them with your favorite jam. And they’re so good with eggs and sautéed summer veggies. Let me know if you try them!

  22. Emily @ Life on Food says:

    Why have I never thought to put S’mores in a crepe. What a genius idea!! I love, love love it!

  23. I’m pretty sure these crepes will be happening sometime in the near future… like this weekend near future 🙂

  24. I love all of these breakfast s’more recipes! Keep ’em coming!!!
    Tuesday, for my b-day I got your cookbook!!!! (I know. So, late….) It is perfection Sally! Thank you sooooo much! I’m thinking of what to bake first. There are SO many delicious recipes to choose from! Any suggestions?

    1. Happy birthday Emma! How about making my marshmallow swirl s’mores fudge first? I love that recipe!

  25. Heather @ Shards of Lavender says:

    You make crepes look so easy! My husband fell in love with Nutella in Serbia and I just know he’d love these… Pinned so I can make them for him this weekend!

  26. Crepes and baking with yeast are two things which definitely render me as “difficult”. Each time I think about getting dough to rise I get worried a little. Lol. I can’t believe Kevin likes them plain (???)… I didn’t know it was even possible? Oh well, more toppings for you ;o)

    1. These are so easy to make Laur! If you can flip a pancake and work a blender, you can make crepes. Seriously!

  27. Hi Sally! I’m back from my business trip, and catching up on your recipes 😉 These look fantastic! Crepes seem like a huge fad recently…I know of several crepes restaurants in Colorado, doing both savory and sweet. I hope you’ll share more recipes! 😀

    1. I would love to go to a crepe restaurant Caley. I bet there are so many creative, amazing options!

  28. Jessica @ Sweet Menu says:

    To die for Sally! Who knew making crepes at home could be so simple! You’ve encouraged me to give them a go!

  29. Creeps are my weakness and go-to dinner when I’m lazy! I love these fillings and all the drizzle!!

  30. Whoops crepes 🙂

    1. Haha “creeps” I love it.

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