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Peach and Ricotta Crepes

Friends are for emailing when you’ve found the perfect color nail polish and just have to tell someone.

Friends are for sending rant-filled texts when your computer’s hard drive takes a nose-dive and you can’t seem to access your back-up files.

Friends are for taking you out for drinks to celebrate quitting a job you hated.

Friends are for loaning you every season of Sex and the City on DVD to help you heal after a breakup.

Friends are for helping you get over your lingering cooking fears and teaching you new skills.

Peach and Ricotta Crepes

Stef has been a friend in all of these things, and, during our most recent cooking adventure, helped me get over my crepe-making fears: She taught me how to make crepes!

Peach and Ricotta Crepes

As it turns out, crepe-making seems scary and fancy and like you would need all sorts of fancy equipment, but is really quite easy and requires only a blender, nonstick skillet, and good rubber spatula.

These crepes are essentially a blank canvas, perfect for filling with whatever you wish. Stef and I got creative and decided to fill ours with some barely-sweetened honeyed ricotta, and topped them off with some peaches cooked in a syrup made simply of butter, brown sugar, and a splash of honey whiskey. Maybe whiskey isn’t your thing? Not a problem. The whiskey can easily be swapped out for a combination of orange juice and honey.

Try these crepes for dessert, or even for brunch! Your guests will be impressed, and you certainly don’t have to tell them how easy they were to put together.

Peach and Ricotta Crepes

Crepe recipe very slightly adapted from Alton Brown.

Peach and Ricotta Crepes

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Servings: 3 2-crepe servings, or 6 1-crepe servings


For the crepes:

  • 2 eggs
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 cup flour
  • 3 tablespoons melted butter + more for the pan
  • Pinch of salt

For the ricotta filling:

  • 1 cup ricotta cheese
  • 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon honey
  • 1 teaspoon orange zest

For the peach syrup:

  • 4 peach halves fresh or jarred, sliced
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Whiskey


Make the crepes:

  • Place all ingredients in a blender, and blend until smooth and well-combined. Place in the refrigerator to rest for at least 1 hour (this allows the bubbles formed by the blender to dissipate).
  • Heat a medium nonstick pan over medium to medium-high heat. Add a small amount of butter and swirl to coat the pan. Pour 1/4 cup of the crepe batter into the middle of the pan, then swirl the pan so that the batter thinly coats the bottom of the pan. Allow to cook for about 1 minute, until set and lightly browned on the bottom - small bubbles will appear on the top when it is ready to flip (just like a pancake). To flip, use a rubber spatula to gently lift the edge of the crepe. Slide the spatula under the crepe, then lift the crepe up and flip it over. Cook for about 30 seconds on the second side, then remove to a plate. Cooked crepes can be stacked on top of each other without sticking together.
  • Your first crepe will probably not turn out very well. This is normal; have patience, they will get better!

Make the ricotta filling:

  • Place ingredients in a food processor and process until combined.

Make the peach syrup:

  • Place the butter, brown sugar, and whiskey in a small saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium heat; add the sliced peaches and allow to simmer for 3-5 minutes or until reduced. For a thicker syrup, simmer a few minutes longer.

To assemble:

  • Spread 2 tablespoons of filling on half of one crepe. Fold the crepe in half, then in half again (it will now be folded into quarters). Repeat with remaining crepes. Place 1-2 filled crepes on each plate, top with the peach syrup, and dust with powdered sugar (if desired).


The honey whiskey in the peach syrup can be substituted for 1 tablespoon of orange juice plus 1/2 teaspoon of honey. The crepes and ricotta filling can be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge until assembly.



  1. Ok. Now I need to try and make crepes. I spent 28 years studying creeps, so I’m an expert on those. However, crepes (which sounds much more interesting) could be a fun thing for this summer and summer fruit. I’m thinking that this is a recipe for two, though. Three for me, three for Daddy. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. These look wonderful. I have never made crepes and would say that I was intimidated to try. You guys may have inspired me. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. These are so pretty! And if they’re as easy as you say I totally need to try to conquer MY fears and make some crepes!

    I totally love you and Stef, too, btw, and I wanna be your friend ๐Ÿ˜›

  4. I need a friend to loan me every sex and the city episode ever! Friends and family are so important in life to laugh with you and help you eat delicious peach and ricotta crepes. These are gorgeous, Stephie!

  5. I totally adore your blog! I also live in Chicago and have a food blog ( that I’ve quasi abandoned to start an online magazine called My Daily Find Chicago. Love your recipes and can’t wait to try a few!

  6. This recipe reminds me of a delicious breakfast my hubs and I had at a lovely B&B surrounded by nature and all kinds of pretty flowers. I love it!

    I have a crepes fear, too. Haven’t made them since Freshman year French class (a looooong time ago). I’ll bookmark this! You’ve inspired me to try again! Love your blog! ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Love this recipe. Peach is one of my fave fruits. Nice combination of flavours in this. I found you from Rachel’s site. Have no idea how I hadn’t found you earlier.

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