If you are looking for a savory crepe recipe, look no further! These Swiss chard crepes are full of healthy chard and savory spices- just the recipe for brunch, lunch or dinner crepes!
Swiss Chard is one of the first things to be harvested from the garden in the spring. It’s a lovely cool weather crop that is full of vitamin A and Vitamin C.
These savory Swiss Chard crepes have become one of the new favorites at our house. I especially like it because almost all of the ingredients come from the farm- with the exception of the flour and spices.
I can gather everything required just by walking out the back door!
You don’t have to grow your own chard to enjoy this savory chard recipe- store bought or farmer’s market bought works just as well!
How to Make Savory Swiss Chard Crepes:
You will need:
10 or more leaves fresh chard, with stems cut off
1 small onion
3 cloves garlic
2 cups milk
2 cups flour
salt and pepper to taste
How to Prepare Your Swiss Chard Crepes
Heat a skillet over medium heat.
Place all ingredients except chard in a blender or food processor. Mix until well blended. Gradually add the Swiss chard and pulse until fully incorporated.
Remove pan from heat. Pour 1/3 cup of batter into the pan, tipping from side to side in order to cover the bottom.
Place back on heat and allow to cook for one minute, or until the edges begin to curl in. Flip and cook an additional minute.
Place finished chard crepes in a warm oven or covered with a towel while the others cook.
Serve the savory crepes filled with re-fried beans, scrambled eggs or other fillings of your choice. This is a wonderful and flavorful alternative to a tortilla!
My family eats these often filled with eggs and cheese for a breakfast burrito or refried beans and salsa for a filling supper. The filling possibilities are endless, so use your imagination!
You can also add additional flour to make Swiss chard pancakes instead!
More Savory Swiss Chard Recipes to Try
Crustless Chard and Kale Quiche
Sauteed Swiss Chard with Garlic and Lemon
Oh my wonderful WORD! That is delish! I even have chard in the crisper.
That looks amazing!!!
Kristen from The Road to Domestication
I was just looking for a new recipe for a brunch I’m having–this looks perfect! Thank you!
Looks yummy. Thanks for sharing!
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This looks delicious! I just started a linkup for garden harvest recipes called Eating Inside the Box! It would be awesome if you would share this with us! Please add any other recipes to any fruit/veggie category you’d like! Enjoy the harvest!