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Switch Gluten-Free Low-Calorie Crepini Egg Wraps For Bread & Pasta

[1] A fancy breakfast, brunch or lunch: a Crepini crêpe filled with asparagus, pancetta and scrambled eggs (all photos © Crepini).

[2] Tex-Mex favorites are easy to recreate, from tacos and tostadas to these enchiladas.

[3] Cut the crêpes into “pasta” for your favorite dishes).

[4] We love having lasagna more often with these lasagna roll-ups.

[5] You can bake or fry the crêpes into “tortilla chips.”

[6] What’s for dessert? Bake the crêpes into cup shapes and add pudding or sweetened ricotta or yogurt with fruit.

[7] Roll up a sweet (or sweetened) filling for dessert.

[8] Crepini comes in 6″ Petite and 10″ Grande sizes.


Crepini egg wraps are one of those foods you’ll want to know about if you seek a versatile, delicious food item that lets you maintain a special diet, whether your food plan is low-calorie, carb-conscious, gluten-free, or other parameter. It substitutes for bread, pasta, pastry, and other white flour foods.

Whether you want a low-cal, low-carb substitute for a sandwich, lasagna, or galette, need a keto or paleo alternative for your favorite foods, or just want to have fun with better-for-you options, Crepini opens up a world of culinary adventures.

And of course, you can use them as crêpes with a savory or sweet filling of choice.

They’re a great find, and they’re our Top Pick Of The Week.

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Made with whole eggs and extra egg whites from cage-free eggs, Crepini are:

  • Keto Friendly
  • Paleo Friendly
  • Dairy-Free
  • Grain-free (two varieties)
  • Gluten free
  • Kosher (KOF-K)
  • Zero carbs
    Whatever your special diet, Crepini will let you create delicious recipes for every meal of the day. But Crepini are for everyone: You don’t have to be on any particular diet to enjoy them.

  • Petite Egg Wraps With Cauliflower (egg whites, whole eggs, gluten-free flour mix, olive oil, seasonings)
  • Petite Egg Wraps With Gluten-Free Grains (egg whites, whole eggs, cauliflower powder, olive oil, seasonings)
  • Petite Egg Wraps With Sweet Potato & Turmeric (egg whites, whole eggs, sweet potato powder, olive oil, turmeric, seasonings)
  • Grande Egg Wraps With Cauliflower Wraps
  • Grande Egg Wraps With Gluten-Free Grains
    Calories per wrap are 8 for the 6″ Petite size and 30 for the 10″ Grande size. Protein per wrap is 1g for petite and 3g for grande.

    Crepini can be used straight from the fridge, e.g. for a wrap sandwich, or air-fried, baked, microwaved, pan-fried, or sautéed. They are very versatile.

    Here’s what we cooked up. Your own tastes and creativity will lead you to many more discoveries with Crepini.

    Check out the recipes on the website.

    Crepini At Breakfast

  • Breakfat burrito
  • Crêpes with cheese, vegetables
  • Scrambled egg crêpes (photo #1)
    Crepini At Lunch

  • Chinese and Thai noodle dishes, egg rolls
  • Grilled cheese sandwiches, hot pockets, panini
  • Leftovers Roll-Ups
  • Pizza
  • Tex-Mex: burritos, enchiladas, nachos, quesadillas, tacos, taquitos, tostadas (photo #2)
  • Wrap sandwiches
    Crepini At Dinner

  • Lasagna (photo #4)
  • Salad cups
  • Spanakopita
  • Spaghetti & meatballs and other ribbon pasta (photo #3)
    Crepini For Dessert

    For low-calorie desserts, flavor ricotta or plain yogurt with non-caloric sweetener. Or, as with all recipes, use Crepini instead of cake or pastry, as in this Yule log!

  • Apple turnovers
  • Cinnamon-sugar (or Splenda) bunuelos
  • Cannoli
  • Crêpe cake
  • Cream role desserts (photo #7)
  • Dessert crêpes (with fruit or other filling)
  • Galette
  • “Pastry” and pudding cups (photo #6)
    Crepini For Appetizers & Snacks

  • Appetizer bites (photo #5)
  • Pigs in blankets
  • Pinwheels
  • Samosas
  • S’mores
  • Snack roll-ups (e.g. PB & banana)
  • Tortilla chip substitute (photo #5)

    As children, Paula and Eric immigrated from Ukraine and Moldova to the U.S. with their parents, first moving to Paris where they had relatives.

    There they discovered French crêpes—relatives of Eastern European blini.

    The family moved to New York, the kids grew up and headed to corporate America. They then launched a tech company that grew to serve Fortune 500 companies.

    And they still ate crêpes and blinis.

    Experimenting with recipes, they developed Egg Thins, a zero net carb, low-calorie wrap.

    In 2007, they founded Crepini. Their first product, the Naked Crêpe, received great reviews from buyers and editors, along with four specialty food awards.

    They continued to innovate, and had a eureka moment with their Egg Wraps—a better-for-you version of a traditional crêpe.

    Renamed Crepini, the crêpes dovetailed with food trends for gluten-free, keto-friendly foods, while supporting consumers’ ongoing desire for low-calorie, zero net carbs foods.

    We thank them!






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