15 Easy Crepini Egg Wrap Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

15 Easy Crepini Egg Wrap Recipes

Today I bring you crepini egg wrap recipes which are a low-carb substitute for tortilla wraps, crepes, taco shells, certain kinds of pasta, and much more. These are a secret treasure for everyone following the paleo or keto diet!

These versatile wraps are primarily made from eggs and cauliflower powder – fascinating, isn’t it? The wraps have a delicate structure and bland taste, which makes them seemly for all kinds of sweet and savory recipes. They’re also gluten and dairy free, so what else could you possibly ask for?

I have put together a list of the best crepini egg wrap recipes of all time, so fasten your aprons and dive in!

1. Crepini Truffe Pizza

As far as I’m concerned, anything to do with pizza is noteworthy! When I discovered this crepini recipe, I was glad to know that these low-carb wraps can be used as a pizza base!

This pizza is not the standard kind; it’s more of a layered pizza and that makes it even more intriguing. I’d call it something between lasagna and pizza, which is a win-win situation.

This pizza dish includes truffle carpaccio slices that are a bit pricey, so you can substitute them with something else. I would recommend sliced mushrooms or black olives, which are customary toppings for pizza.

2. Crepini Strawberry Cream Cheese Crepes

Now you don’t have to say “No” to delicious breakfast crepes if you’re on the keto diet because low-carb crepini egg wraps got you covered!

This innovative treat is full of good fats and contains minimum carbs, so you can enjoy these crepes stress-free. All berries, including strawberries, have low sugar content, and they pair amazingly well with heavy cream and cream cheese.

Crepini strawberry cream cheese crepes are my favorite thing to eat on a Sunday morning. It’s like having dessert for breakfast and your kids will love it!

3. Easy Nutella Crepes

Here’s another keto-friendly crepe recipe for all friends out there trying to lower their daily carb intake. Yes, you read it right – this dish features none other than the devilishly delicious Nutella spread, but not the unhealthy kind you’re familiar with.

The Nutella spread used in this recipe is sugar-free and homemade; you’ll find the recipe for it within the provided crepe recipe. If you’re not up for making it yourself, you can always opt for a store-bought substitute that fits the bill.

Berries are a must for crepes, and I prefer blueberries over strawberries for this crepini egg wrap recipe. 

4. Tuna Wrap

The versatility of crepini allows you to treat them as a tortilla wrap, among other things, so the possibilities are endless. Why make a tuna sandwich when you can make this wrap that is healthier and tastier in every aspect?

If you’re not a fan of tuna like the youngest in my family, you can make this with another lean meat as well. One of the ingredients in this recipe that I must talk about is the avocado mayonnaise.

I hate to admit this, but regular store-bought mayonnaise is “junk,” and you never know what kind of cheap edible oil goes into making it. Avocado mayonnaise is a hundred times better, especially if you make it at home. 

5. Crepini with Salmon and Potatoes

To be honest, I had never tried any food with salmon and potatoes before I ran into this one. To me, it is an unusual combination, but it works, so kudos to the person who came up with this crepini recipe.

It’s a funny story – one day, I got a call from some old high school friends who were visiting town and wanted to stop by for tea. I only had an hour to put something together, so I looked at my options in the refrigerator and pantry.

I had about two pounds of fresh salmon and a lot of potatoes, so I looked up recipes accordingly and found this one. To conclude, it was my lucky day!

6. Creamy Chicken Crepini

The crepini egg wraps have an exceptionally elusive flavor, which means that they never overpower the flavors of the filling they carry.

Many say that these low-carb wraps are flavorless, and I think that’s a quality that makes them suitable for savory and sweet dishes. Creamy chicken crepinis are as delectable as the name suggests, so they’re a definite crowd-pleaser.

Whenever you decide to make these chicken wraps, you better make a lot because nobody is going to stop at one. 

7. Keto Chicken Enchiladas

If you’ve embraced the ketogenic lifestyle and you love spicy Mexican food, this crepini recipe is for you. Having the keto chicken enchiladas on the weekend for dinner or lunch is the perfect treat after a hectic week.

This recipe calls for boneless chicken thighs, which are the supreme choice for enchiladas because they’re juicier than chicken breasts. However, if you have leftover rotisserie chicken in the fridge, you can save time by using those instead.

I love sour crème with spring onions with my enchiladas, but you can use another dipping sauce or dressing of your choice. 

8. Low Carb Keto Lasagna with Crepini

Did you know that lasagna originated in ancient Greece? The modern version of it that we all cherish today is associated with Italy, but now you know that it has existed for centuries.

You might also be surprised to know that every region within Italy has its own individual recipe for making lasagna. I appreciate every form of this epic culinary creation, and thus the low carb keto lasagna with crepini is no exception.

In this dish, the crepini egg wraps replace the layers of pasta in lasagna, making it a low-cab but equally delightful alternative. 

9. Aunt Rocky’s Mexican Hot Dogs with Crepini Egg Thins

You don’t need buns for your hot dogs if you got crepini egg wraps! One thing that annoys me about many street food hot dogs is that the buns are so dry; also, more than often, there’s too much bun and scarce stuffing. 

I’d choose Aunt Rocky’s Mexican hot dogs with crepini egg thins over regular hot dogs any day because they simply have more substance and flavor. The hot dogs are prepared in refined coconut oil, which makes them extra nutritious and healthy. 

Consuming a small amount of coconut oil every day (no more than 2 tablespoons) lowers bad cholesterol levels and improves good cholesterol levels in the body. 

10. Low Carb Cannelloni with Crepini

Cannelloni is a cylindrical-shaped lasagna pasta that belongs to Italian cuisine. The cannelloni are stuffed with a filling, coated by a sauce, and baked in an oven like traditional lasagna.

As you may have already guessed, in this recipe, the cannelloni are made out of crepini egg wrap rather than all-purpose flour. As a result, the dish is lighter on the palate and fit for a low-carb diet plan.

In 2020, during the Covid-19 lockdown situation, I gained a couple of extra pounds. This is one of those recipes that helped me manage my weight better without having to compromise on taste and comfort level. 

11. Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Strudel

If you haven’t enjoyed a strudel lately, change that today with this amazing crepini egg wrap recipe. In case you don’t know, strudels are a type of layered pastry with a sweet or savory filling.

Strudels are preferred as a dessert, so we’ll stick to a merry sweet filling and indulge a bit. The filling in this one is mainly strawberry and cream cheese, but you can experiment with other foodstuffs as well.

These state-of-the-art strudels can be consumed warm or cold because they’re delicious either way. I prefer them chilled just the way I like my strawberry cheesecake, so I leave them in the freezer for about an hour. 

12. Keto Crepes – Sausage Egg and Cheese

These Keto crepes are close to my heart because my older sister made them for me the first time. She had recently shifted to the ketogenic lifestyle and invited me for breakfast at her place over the weekend.

At the time, I didn’t even know that a thing like crepini egg wraps even existed. She served these sausage egg and cheese crepes, and I asked if she had started eating carbs again.

I was surprised to know that these crepes were meant for “ketopians,” and I was practically stunned when I had my first bite! It was truly the best breakfast ever!

13. Tiramisu Crepes

When making crepes, it’s best to make sweet and savory kinds, for the sake of variety at the dining table. Here’s another sweet treat you can create with crepini egg wrap, and I think it’s the best one yet.

Since we’ve discussed several Italian cuisine inspired dishes today, let’s add a famous Italian dessert to the list, i.e., Tiramisu. I am a coffee addict and any coffee-flavored dessert is welcome on my plate, especially if it can impress me with its creativity.

These tiramisu crepes made with crepini egg wraps are beautiful to look at and immensely satisfying to the last morsel. 

14. Egg Crunch Wrap

An egg and cheese sandwich has always been my go-to breakfast on the busiest workdays. Sometimes I had the time to add a few slices of tomato and some lettuce leaves, which made it so much better.

Then this crepini egg wrap happened, and there was no going back to standard bread slices. If my original sandwich was worth one Michelin star, then this one probably deserves three.

The thin crispy wrap does a much better job as compared to boring old bread. It tends to intensify the flavors of all the ingredients within, turning a simple snack into a lavish meal. 

15. Deli Turkey Crunch Wrap

Turkey is my favorite type of poultry, which is why this crepini egg wrap recipe earns a place on my list. Seriously though, this is one of the crunchiest, and yummiest turkey wrap you’ll come across in a lifetime, so you must try it.

This deli turkey can be prepared in minutes, as most of the ingredients are pre-packaged. If you eat it cold, there’s no cooking or heating involved either.

I consider this a healthy snack that is ideal to take to work and enjoy on your lunch break.

smores stuffed crepini egg wrap

S’mores Stuffed Crepini Egg Wrap

Here’s a Crepini Egg Wrap recipe that will come in handy on your next camping trip with friends or family. S'mores are my favorite part of outdoor adventures, so I thought, why not turn them into something phenomenal?
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Course Breakfast, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 1
Calories 320 kcal


  • 1 crepini egg wrap
  • 2 tbsp marshmallow fluff or melted marshmallows
  • 2 tbsp chocolate spread (or melted chocolate chips)
  • 2 tbsp crushed graham crackers (or graham cracker crumbs)
  • Mini marshmallows (for topping, optional)
  • Chocolate shavings (for garnish, optional)


  • Lay the crepini egg wrap flat on a clean surface.
  • Spread the marshmallow fluff or melted marshmallows evenly over the entire surface of the crepini.
  • Drizzle the chocolate spread or melted chocolate chips over the marshmallow layer.
  • Sprinkle the crushed graham crackers over the chocolate layer.
  • If desired, add a few mini marshmallows on top for more gooey sweetness.
  • Carefully fold the crepini in half, creating a half-moon shape, and gently press the edges to seal it.
  • Take a non-stick pan, lightly coat it with cooking spray or a little oil, and heat it over your campfire.
  • Place the stuffed crepini in the pan and cook for about 1-2 minutes on each side, or until it becomes lightly crispy and the fillings melt.
  • Remove the S'mores stuffed crepini egg wrap from the pan and transfer it to a serving plate.
  • Garnish with chocolate shavings for extra indulgence and finesse!
  • Slice the crepini in half, and it's ready to be served!


Nutritional Value (per serving):
Total Fat: 15-20g | Saturated Fat: 7-10g | Trans Fat: 0g | Cholesterol: 30-40mg | Sodium: 150-200mg | Total Carbohydrates: 35-45g | Dietary Fiber: 2-3g | Sugars: 20-25g | Protein: 4-6g
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