These stuffed Creamy Chicken Crepini (Crepes), are kid and adult-friendly! They make a great breakfast, lunch, or anytime snack.
A couple of days ago, while shopping at Costco, I have spotted a new item – “Naked Crepini” that I haven’t seen before. Maybe they had it all along and I just didn’t pay attention.
They remind me so much of the “blinchiki” my inlaws used to buy in Brooklyn, but the taste of these is so much better!
You can make your own crepes and I have a few times, but if I can save myself a step – I will!
“Made from scratch” is so yesterday!
These Naked Crepinis are so easy to use with sweet or savory fillings.
My first filling was the one I came up with with my on-hand ingredients, it turned out to be SO DELICIOUS! My husband can’t stop raving about how delicious the filling is and for me to make sure I write it down and keep making them.
You see before I started “recording” my recipes, I would make something great and forget it.
My Facebook page and Pinterest help me be more organized.
I use my own recipes! I print them out, I follow them.
How to make Creamy Chicken Crepini
Everything you see is from Costco!
I’m glad that I can share them with others, even though an occasional “thank you, made it, turned out great…” instead of the “dot – “waiting for the damn recipe”, would be nice.
It takes an effort to write up a detailed and easy-follow recipe. Not as easy as it may seem.
Sometimes I read the recipes of others and think to myself, why make it so complicated???
One hundred and one step to make a simple cake?
This recipe will work with any cooked meat or even without meat if you like.
You can use cooked ground meat as well. I think it will be very tasty with Imitation crab meat, which is basically a fish with added crab flavor.
Notes: At one point “Dill Paste” was readily available at most supermarkets. But I can’t locate it any longer. So use fresh dill or dill weed instead.
These are the approximate measurements.
With regular cooking, you don’t have to be precise and can adjust to your personal taste. With baking, you HAVE TO follow the recipe more precisely to get the perfect results.
Now, I know how to pronounce “Crepes“, but it took a while. I’ve heard it in French and it sounds like “Crap” LOL
I have told my neighbor once, that I’ve made – CREEPS. Well, it’s better than I’ve made a whole lot of CREEPES! Just sharing this Funny and somewhat embarrassing moment. I’m OK, feel better to get it off my “Chess” now! LOL
This looks delicious, I like to make crepes but I’m not familiar with dill paste. Could not find on Amazon. Thinking of mixing dried dill and a small amount of olive oil. Thoughts?
Hi Ellie, at one point you could easily find Dill Paste at most supermarkets, I can’t find it now as well. You can use fresh dill or dill weed instead.
Absolutely fabulous!! I found the Crepini to be a bit fragile so I doubled them up. Thanks for this great recipe!
So glad you liked this recipe, Karen! You are right, Crepini are fragile just like homemade crepes, need to be handled with care, lol. I pull them apart very gently!
Thank you for publishing this recipe because I bought the Crepini product from Costco because it was low carb and did not know what to do with it! This recipe sounds absolutely delicious and I appreciate the way you approached it along with the humor! That definitely gave license to experimenting with other combinations. Thanks again for taking the effort to document the recipe.
So glad you liked this recipe, Tabatha! I didn’t see my favorite Crepini at Costco for a while but bought them the other day again and will make this as well. Enjoy experimenting and creating your own delicious combinations!
Hello Anna! I bought 2 packages of Crepini Egg Wraps with Cauliflower. I plan to make your Creamy Chicken Crepes tonight, but I need to improvise as I have some fresh gently cooked cod and some spinach artichoke dip which I will substitue for cream cheese. Thank you for inspiration. PS I hope I can fold them as nicely as you have?!~ Mary Ann
Hi Mary Ann! Cod and spinach dip sounds delicious as well. Don’t be afraid to improvise and try out new flavor combinations. Enjoy!
Comment * I bought the Crepini Egg Wraps with Cauliflower and plan to make your Creamy Chicken Creps tonight for dinner.
I plan to improvise a bit though as I also have some gently cooked fresh cod and spinach articholke dip which I plan to use in the place of cream cheese. I also like that you use a bit of yougart or sour cream! Thanks for the inspiration!~ Mary Ann
can these be frozen ahead of the time you actually need them?
I don’t see why not. Should work well.
What is the nutritional information for this recipe?
Sarah, unfortunately, I do not have this information.
GREAT RECIPIE GOING TO DO THE CRAB AND USE JALAPENOS WITH THE CHICKEN YOU HAVE INSPIRED ME KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
Sounds great, Robin! Glad you find these recipes inspirational! Enjoy!
Can you use canned chicken instead of rotisserie chicken?
Hi Kathy, I don’t see why not. It should work great as well.
Looks delish! I love finding savory crepe fillings! I can’t wait to try it!
Wow 😍 my boyfriend begs me to make this and I always make the crepes for him, so this can deff save a step!! I appreciate the recipe u shared because I deft need to try this filling over the weekend.
So glad you like this recipe, Ella! Thank you! I’m like you – all about making my life easier!