Top 5 Crêpe Makers

No. 1.

Crepe Maker and Non-Stick 12

“I’ve had this for almost two years, and we use it regularly. It’s far more than a crepe griddle; we use it for both cooking and re-warming tortillas, making papusas and gorditas (highest temp), grilled cheese sandwiches and quesadillas (3.5-4), crepes, baking English muffins and crumpets. On the lowest setting, with a round ceramic baking dish full of water, it’s a yogurt maker. Preheat it on low, then turn it off, and it’s great for proofing dough. The 12 inch glass Cal a phon lid fits perfectly. The cooking surface wipes off easily with a clean, damp towel.”

No. 2.

Nonstick 12-Inch Electric Crepe Maker

“This product is great! My very first crêpe-maker. I’m actually amazed. It was very easy to use. I looked up a crêpe recipe online then poured some on the NutriChef. I used the T-shaped spreader and it actually worked! The nonstick skillet was really nonstick. I was able to flip it with the wooden spatula that came with it. We tried sweet and savory crêpes! Very fun. My 10 and 12 year olds were able to do it.”



No. 3.

Proctor Silex Electric Crepe Maker

“Love the nonskid legs! I forgot the brand I had before but this one’s nonstick coating is outstanding. Previously I had to soak my skillet for a while to easily clean it but this one doesn’t require that at all, no matter what I’ve cooked in it. Perfect size when cooking for two, couldn’t say for larger families. For example, you can fit about six pieces of bacon in this if you place them close enough, if that gives you a good size reference.”



No. 4.

CucinaPro Cordless Crepe Maker

“I purchased the CucinaPro Cordless Crepe Maker specifically for my daughter’s baby shower. She really wanted to serve everyone crêpes. The CucinaPro took the guesswork out of cooking crêpes and allowed us to enjoy the baby shower. You make the batter. You pour the batter into the dip tray. You dip the crêpe-maker into the batter. It pretty much slides off when it’s done. We filled ours with their choice of fruit, rolled it into flute shapes, then garnished with their choice of topping. We repeated the process for each and every guest as many as they wanted. It was quick and simple. It made delightful crêpes.”

No. 5.

Morning Star

“I have had this for a while, and while it does not make me a professional crêpe-maker, it does save me so much money from going out all the time to satisfy my crêpe cravings. I like how light it is and that its handles do not get hot when it is on. The top heats evenly and I have yet to burn a crêpe. It has worked great for me. The added bonus is that they include recipes for sweet and savory crêpes. I’m still messing with it a little to make it my own, but the taste is exactly like the ones I get while out, which is a win in my book.”


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