Crêpes with Goat Cheese and Aubergines

IMG_3293I love crêpes, they are easy to prepare and have so many filling possibilities, and who doesn’t love a bit of choice? Sweet, salty, as a dessert or savory. For today, I have decided to share a crêpe recipe with goat cheese and aubergines. Simple to prepare and with just a few ingredients, goat cheese with its unique flavor, and aubergine, a vegetable I love. We used to make very often this recipe at home.

Serves: 8 larges crêpes

Ingredients : (for the crêpes)

  • 250g of wheat flour
  • 3 eggs (large) or 4 eggs (small)
  • 1/2 liter of full-fat milk
  • A pinch of salt
  • 2 tablespoons of sunflower oil

Procedure: (simple)

  1. In a large bowl whisk together the flour, the salt, and the eggs.
  2. Slowly add the milk, and stir to combine the ingredients.
  3. Add the sunflower oil.
  4. Whisk until smooth texture.
  5. Cover with a plastic wrap and set aside for 3o minutes into the fridge.
  6. Meanwhile, work on the filling.

Ingredients: (for the filling)

  • 6 aubergines/eggplants
  • 200 of goat cheese
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • A pinch of salt
  • A pinch of black pepper
  • 1 small bouquet of coriander
  • 12 cherries tomato


Procedure: (simple)

  • Wash and rinse the aubergines/eggplants.
  • In a large pan add a little of extra virgin olive oil (3 tablespoons).
  • Cut the aubergines into small cubes and add them into the pan.
  • Add the salt, the black pepper and the chopped coriander.
  • Cook the aubergines until they turn golden brown.
  • Add the cherries tomatoes and continue to cook a few minutes (or when the tomatoes become a little juicy).
  • Remove from the heat and set aside.

Final Procedure:

  1. Remove the bowl from the fridge.
  2. Add on a medium heat a large crêpe pan or a nonstick skillet.
  3. Lightly coat with a little of butter the crêpe pan.
  4. Pour a little amount of the batter into the center of the pan, and spread evenly.
  5. When the edge of the crêpes is light brown, use a spatula to carefully flip your crêpe.
  6. Cook the other side a few seconds.
  7. Flip the crêpe into a serving dish.
  8. Add in the middle of the crêpe the filling and add a slice of the goat cheese.
  9. Fold edges towards the center then fold over the two sides on the top and finally flip the crêpe to have a nice square.
  10. Proceed the same way for the rest of the batter.

Serve hot. The goat cheese and the aubergines make a delicious combination in this dish!

Bon Appétit!

PS: Before serving you can rewarm the crêpes in the oven.

58 Comments Add yours

  1. sewloveable says:

    This looks oh so good!!!

    1. Thank you so much 🙂

  2. Sandhya says:

    Love the combination in these savory crepes!

    1. Thank you very much 🙂 Love the combination too!

  3. Yum yum yum!!!! Please cook for me….oh yes, tomorrow you are! 😉

    1. Very yum, yum 🙂 I will Elaine 😉 xx

    1. Me too 🙂 Have a nice day!

  4. Francesca says:

    I love crepes too! And I like the savory fillings better than the sweet ones. I have never thought to use eggplants though! Goat cheese and eggplants sounds like a delicious combination! Lovely pics, Linda!

    1. I know Francesca you don’t have a sweet tooth 😀 This recipe is simple to prepare. You can work with Gruyère cheese you obtain another texture and another taste. Have a great day Francesca!

  5. I love crepes, sweet or savory. Here you mentioned the magic word, aubergine! I must try this delectable recipe. The looks and combination sounds divine.

    1. I love this vegetable too Fae 🙂 Sometimes I prepare savory crêpes with shrimp and Béchamel sauce, another yummy recipe 😉

    1. Thank you lovely Lady 🙂

  6. Very nice combination! I love crepes and the filling sounds amazing!

    1. Thank you so much Olga 🙂

  7. Beautiful pictures and a delicious recipe 🙂

    1. Thank you very much Maulshri 🙂

  8. Savory crepe looks perfect:-)

    1. Thank you so much 🙂

  9. What a wonderful crepe recipe. I’m really craving eggplants now. Even the filling without the crepe sounds lovely!

    1. Welcome back Seana, I’m so glad to see you here 🙂 Not a complicated recipe and eggplants are a versatile vegetable. They are tasty, nice with pasta, soup, salad or simply grilled with olive oil. The color is beautiful too!

  10. Lili says:

    Yum!!! Lovely looking crêpes Linda! Great filling! 🙂

    1. Thank you Lili 🙂 Very yummy and so quick to prepare!

  11. Lynda says:

    So beautiful. I love goat cheese and eggplant together!

    1. Thank you Lynda 🙂 It also nice with Stilton cheese and eggplant, it gives a nice taste!

  12. Feast Wisely says:

    Love the combo of eggplant, tomato and goats cheese – I could eat this for breakfast, lunch or dinner…..

    1. Ha, ha, ha 😉 This is a nice combo. Do let me know if you try it!

  13. Food For The Soul says:

    looks so delicious!

    1. Thank you so much 🙂

  14. Loretta says:

    I’ll definitely be trying this out. I don’t believe I’ve ever made savory pancakes before, what a brilliant idea for a weeknight meal. Love those eggplants. Will be trying this for sure.

    1. Thanks Loretta 🙂 Crêpes are so versatile, they are yummy for breakfast, a quick lunch and even for a light supper. Do let me know how it turns out. Have a great weekend!

  15. chef mimi says:

    Beautiful! They’re like savory blintzes!!!

    1. Thank you Mimi 🙂 You’re right it looks a lot like blintzes!

  16. Yum love these crepes Linda 😊

    1. Thank you Naina 😉 Too much yummy!

  17. Nancy says:

    These crepes look lovely Linda! I love the combination of ingredients your filled them with… can’t go wrong with eggplant, especially with goat cheese. Yummy!!

    1. The possibilities for crêpes are endless, this is why I love them so much Nancy 😉 Eggplant with goat cheese or feta with spinach, very yummy. Have a nice weekend 🙂

  18. Love this dish, what a great combination of flavors!

    1. Thank you so much 🙂 Have a great weekend!

  19. All too often we seem to make sweet crepes for dessert… thanks for the reminder of making savoury instead Linda! These look wonderful! 🙂

    1. You’re welcome Margot 🙂 Savory crêpes make a great quick lunch. Stuffed with vegetables, cheese or even with a spicy chutney ” your chutney 😉 “. Have a great day!

  20. Delicious! I cannot wait to try it.

    1. Thank you so much 🙂 Do let me know how it turns out!

  21. Aubergine and goat’s cheese, what a winning combination! I used the very same combination in a pasta sauce the other day. Am so pleased the goat’s have finished rearing their young so we can now have cheese again. Our local producers always close down for a few months during that time and I really miss the cheese!

    1. You’re so lucky Claire to have such a beautiful and fresh products where you live. I envy you. I also use the same combination for my pasta. I add anchovies and kalamata olives for more flavors to the same combination (un régal). Have a nice weekend and thank you 🙂

  22. sabine says:

    delicious! I could have crêpes all the time, is there anything left? I guess not….;-)

    1. Thank you Sabine 🙂 Funny question, of course not 😉 Enjoy your Sunday!

  23. What beautiful photos and what a great way to make a savory crepe! Just lovely!

    1. Thank you very much, Amanda 🙂 The crêpes were very nice!

  24. Kelsey says:

    this is incredible. and really quite sophisticated

    1. Thank you so much Kelsey 🙂

  25. Sophie33 says:

    Waw, Savoury stuffed pancakes! they look amazing! 🙂 My dinner for tonight! I am a big fan of aubergines myself! I grow them every year! 🙂

    1. Thank you Sophie 🙂 I’m a big fan of aubergines too…You can add buckwheat flour instead of regular flour for your crêpes, another delicious alternative 🙂

  26. safia-safou says:

    très bonne recette j’adore les crêpes farcie mmmm bsahatkoum loukane khir djit djartek 🙂

    1. Issalmek Safo. Passe une belle semaine 😉

  27. Mélanie says:

    a piece of art… 🙂 aubergines et chèvre – any time… ❤

    1. Thank you so much Mélanie xx

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