Need an easy way to up your chocolate intake? Of course you do! These delicious cassava flour chocolate crepes are the perfect way! Only 5 ingredients, you’ll be enjoying this delicious treat in no time!

Every now and again I get a craving for chocolate… Wait, who am I kidding? I could eat chocolate for breakfast, lunch, and dinner pretty much every day! And since I prefer my chocolate on the healthy side, I don’t feel badly about it, either.

These tasty cassava flour chocolate crepes are surprisingly easy to make and not only do they satisfy my chocolate cravings, my family enjoys them too. They are a mash up of my original chocolate banana crepes over at Delicious Obsessions (also grain free!), and my easy cassava flour pancakes recipe.

Easy and delicious cassava flour chocolate crepes! Only 5 ingredients.

Cassava Flour Chocolate Crepes

The ingredients for these chocolate crepes are super simple, and they’re also things I always have on hand. Eggs, milk, cassava flour, cocoa powder, and honey. Easy peasy. If you’re more interested in a grain-free chocolate crepe that uses coconut flour instead of cassava, I have one of those here. If you’re good with that ingredient list, let’s dig in….

Eggs. Sorry egg-free-ers, I have not tried to make these without eggs. If you want to give it a go with a banana or a flax egg instead of real eggs, feel free.  I think bananas would be tasty, but I’m not sure they would hold it together well enough…. Let me know how it goes if you try this!

Liquid. I use whatever milk I have on hand for these chocolate crepes, which is usually either goat milk, organic milk, or my homemade coconut milk. But you don’t technically even need to use milk for this recipe. You can use pretty much whatever you want for the liquid here. Coffee, water, tea, orange juice… Whatever floats your boat.

Flour. Even though it’s basically just starch, cassava flour is also full of nutritional value. It’s high in vitamin C, potassium, folate, magnesium, and phosphorus! I’ve usually get my cassava flour from Azure Standard, but I’ve also used Anthony’s brand from Amazon and I love that too!

Cocoa. Like always, I use the organic, fairy-trade cocoa powder from Azure Standard. It’s absolutely the best. But you can totally use whatever kind you have or love. You could also use carob powder if you want a sweet crepe without the chocolate. 

Sweetener. I use a little honey to sweeten these cassava flour chocolate crepes. You actually don’t have to use any sweetener at all, if you like super dark chocolate. If you don’t really, but don’t want to use honey, you can use whatever sweetener you like. Maple syrup, coconut syrup, or even coconut sugar would be fine. You don’t need a lot, I usually only use as much sweetener as I use cocoa powder. If you’re using stevia, I don’t know how much you would need, sorry.

chocolate crepes stuffed with bananas and pb


Delicious ways to top and fill your chocolate crepes.

I am all for adding chocolate to chocolate, so I usually love to make a little chocolate sauce (recipe also below) to go on top of my chocolate crepes. They are also delicious with strawberry jam, honey-sweetened cinnamon nutella, peanut butter, homemade caramel sauce, chopped nuts, fruit like banana or strawberry slices, chocolate chunks, loads of homemade coconut whipped cream, or even just plain butter.

For these photos I filled my crepes with my easy homemade peanut butter, some sliced bananas, and drizzled it with the chocolate sauce below.

chocolate crepes with chocolate drizzle

More chocolate breakfast ideas.

Looking for more chocolatey breakfast? Here are a few of my favorites!

Easy, 5-ingredient cassava flour chocolate crepes from

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Cassava Flour Chocolate Crepes

Free from grain, gluten, dairy, and refined sugar.



Preheat 12-inch skillet to medium heat.

In a small bowl, whisk all ingredients, except coconut oil.

Add some coconut oil to the pre-heated skillet.

Pour 1/3 cupful of the chocolate crepe batter into the hot skillet, tilting to cover the pan with the batter.

Cook for about 2 minutes, then flip and cook for another couple minutes.

Remove and repeat with coconut oil and remaining batter.

Serve with whatever toppings you want!

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chocolate drizzle on chocolate crepes

Easy Chocolate Sauce

Free from grain, gluten, dairy, eggs, and refined sugar.



Place all the ingredients in a small saucepan and whisk gentle over medium-low heat until everything is smooth.

Remove from heat and drizzle over crepes.

Eat leftovers with a spoon, stir into your coffee, spread on pancakes, whatever.

Sauce will solidify in the fridge, but should stay soft on your counter if your house isn’t too cold.

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