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How to Host the Perfect Party with a Crêpe Bar

Are you tired of the same old chips and dip at your parties? Looking for a unique and interactive way to entertain your guests? Look no further than a crêpe bar!

If you're looking for a unique and delicious way to entertain guests at your next party, a crêpe bar is a great option! Whether it's a kids' party, a baby shower, or an office party, a crêpe bar is sure to impress your guests. In this article, we'll discuss how to set up a crêpe bar and provide some ideas for fillings and toppings to create the perfect crêpes.

Setting up the Crêpe Bar The first step to setting up a crêpe bar is to make the crêpe batter. You can prepare the batter in advance and refrigerate it until you're ready to use it.

To make the crêpe batter, you will need:

  • 2 cups of Flipcrêpes Original Vanilla Mix
  • 2.5 to 3 cups Whole Milk or Substitute
  • 4 Large Free Range Organic Eggs
  • 2 Tbsp melted butter
  • 2 oz Dark Rum (optional)

Whisk together the flour, milk, eggs and melted butter until smooth.

When it's time to set up the crêpe bar, you'll need a crêpe maker or a non-stick frying pan. Heat the crêpe maker or frying pan over medium-high heat. Pour about 1/4 cup of batter onto the hot surface and tilt the pan to spread the batter into a thin, even layer. Cook for about 2 minutes on each side, or until golden brown.

Once you've made the crêpes, it's time to set up the toppings and fillings. Here are some ideas:

Fruit ideas:

  • Sliced strawberries
  • Blueberries
  • Raspberries
  • Sliced bananas
  • sliced pears
  • Sliced mango
  • Sliced kiwi


  • Nutella
  • Chocolate sauce (dark, milk or/and white)
  • Sea-salt Caramel sauce
  • Whipped sweet cream & Mascarpone Chantilly
  • Lemon curd
  • Blended Strawberry preserve
  • Blended Raspberry preserve
  • Blended Apricot preserve

Toppings & Crunches:

  • Crunched nuts (almonds, pecans, hazelnuts)
  • Toasted Coconut flakes
  • Butterfinger Crunch
  • Honey
  • Sugar & Lemon Wedges
  • Melted Butter
  • Sprinkles (for kids)

Sweet Combination Ideas:

  • Nutella and sliced bananas
  • Whipped cream and berries
  • Lemon curd and blueberries
  • Caramel sauce and chopped nuts
  • Chocolate chips and marshmallows

Savory Combination Ideas:

  • Ham and cheese
  • Spinach and feta
  • Smoked salmon and cream cheese
  • Mushroom and brie
  • Grilled chicken and pesto
  • Tomato and mozzarella


To present the crêpes, set them on a cake stand or platter. Label each topping and filling with little tag cards, so your guests know what they are. You could also provide a menu or recommended combinations to give your guests some inspiration.

Set up the ingredients buffet-style, so your guests can create their own crêpes in a logical step-by-step flow. Start with the crêpes, then the fillings, followed by the sauces and toppings. Provide utensils and napkins, and perhaps even some decorative plates or trays to make the experience even more enjoyable.

Overall, a crêpe bar is a fantastic addition to any party. Whether you're hosting a kids' party or a sophisticated office party, your guests will love the opportunity to customize their own crêpes. With these ideas for fillings, toppings, and presentation, you'll be sure to impress your guests with your culinary skills!


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