Quick & Easy Kimbala Chai Crepes

Jan 25, 22 / Andrea Sharoff

Quick & Easy Kimbala Chai Crepes




Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 15-20 minutes

Yield: 10-12 crepes 


1 cup white whole wheat flour (use chickpea flour for GF)


1/2 cup milk or dairy alternative of choice

6 oz Kimbala Chai Concentrate

2 eggs

1 Tablespoon honey

1 Tablespoon coconut oil (melted) + more for pan 


  1. Add all ingredients to a blender and mix on high until combined
  2. Add 1 Tablespoon more milk at a time as needed, depending how thin or thick you like your crepes
  3. Add coconut oil to 6” frying pan, heat to medium/medium-low heat 
  4. Use a ¼ measuring cup and scoop the batter from the blender into the center of the frying pan
  5. Swirl the pan around to spread the crepe batter evenly
  6. Cook each crepe for about 1 minute and flip, cook around 45 seconds on the 2nd side 
  7. Transfer to a shallow plate and serve with toppings of your choice


- Put a scoop of Greek yogurt with sliced banana OR jam of your choice in the center of the crepe and roll it up to enjoy.

- Roll up the crepes and enjoy with a little bit of maple syrup or honey, too much maple may take away slightly from the chai flavor.

- Fresh berries or fruit of any kind is also always a great match.

Be sure to tag us on social to show off your crepe making skills! You will want this recipe on repeat 🤍

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