Cherry Jam Crepe Stack

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I want to toot my horn. But I can’t. Toot it and boot it. Is that how the song goes? I don’t even know what that song means. I think it implies dirty things. Kinda weird if you ask me. Anyways, I WANT to toot my horn, but I didn’t come up with this crepe recipe. My lovely little best friend Laura found this recipe over the wonderful world wide web and brought it to my attention that we needed to make these asap. Thank you very much Sweet Paleo! Damn you’re recipes are good. So that’s what we did. We made them, filled them with chocolate and strawberries and ate them all. My crush even liked them. He’s trying out the paleo train. What a stud.

But I wasn’t really in the mood for chocolate the other day while I sat at home and stared at the computer screen, bored to tears. Mostly because I had just eaten a large amount of Dark Chocolate Sun Drops from Whole Foods. They’re like the copycat of M&Ms but way better. Not for you, but for you tastebuds. So I pulled out my huge bag of cherries and made a jam. Kind of a jam. More of a chutney, chunky, cherry spread thing. Make sense? Didn’t think so. Either way, it tastes like joy.

Have you started following me on Pinterest yet? No? That’s dumb. It’s pretty much my happy place. Whenever I am sad, which is 2% of the time, I get on Pinterest and pin the sh*t out of recipes. If you do follow me on Pinterest, you know that I pin naughty food regularly. Demon food, if you will. Like today, I pinned cajun chicken fettuccine alfredo. HOLY.BALLS. If that doesn’t sound good to you, you’re a liar. Straight up. But please, stop leaving comments like “that’s not paleo…” because, I know that. But a girl can dream can’t she?

When I was slightly drunk the other morning, I downloaded a food porn app. I love food. And porn. Kidding! Geez.

Cherry Jam Crepe Stack

5.0 rating
19 reviews
PREP 20 mins
COOK 20 mins
TOTAL 40 mins
Yields 1-2

INGREDIENTS :

    For the crepes

    For the cherry jam

    • 1 cup cherries, seeds removed
    • 2 tablespoon honey
    • 1 tablespoon coconut oil

    For the whipped cream

    • 1 cup whipped cream - coconut cream from full fat canned coconut milk*
    • pinch of cinnamon
    • 1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract

    DIRECTIONS :

    1. *For your whipped cream, place a can of coconut milk in the refrigerator over night and scoop out the coconut cream that has hardened in the top of your can of coconut milk, and leave the coconut water behind for something else. Like drinking, duh.Then place coconut cream in a bowl, add cinnamon and vanilla, and whip! Ta duh! Set in fridge to keep cool while you cook.
    2. Put a small saucepan over medium heat and add your coconut oil and seedless cherries to the pan. Mix around to coat the cherries.
    3. Let cherries begin to cook down, stirring randomly to make sure cherries don't burn or stick to the bottom of the pan.
    4. While cherries are cooking, place a large skillet over medium heat.
    5. Add your crepe ingredients to a large bowl and whisk well to make sure coconut flour has completely broken down.
    6. Once skillet is hot, add a bit of coconut oil to coat the pan (I used coconut oil spray) then pour a small amount on the skillet. Cook on both sides for about 1 minute.
    7. Continue until batter is completely used up. The smaller the crepes are, the easier the are to flip.
    8. Once your cherries are soft, add your honey and mix to combine.
    9. When your crepes are cooked, begin the stacking process.
    10. Crepe - whipped cream - crepe - whipped cream. And so on.
    11. Top with your cherry jam.
    12. Eat it up! Holy moly, so good!

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    INGREDIENTS :

      For the crepes

      For the cherry jam

      • 1 cup cherries, seeds removed
      • 2 tablespoon honey
      • 1 tablespoon coconut oil

      For the whipped cream

      • 1 cup whipped cream - coconut cream from full fat canned coconut milk*
      • pinch of cinnamon
      • 1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract

      DIRECTIONS :

      1. *For your whipped cream, place a can of coconut milk in the refrigerator over night and scoop out the coconut cream that has hardened in the top of your can of coconut milk, and leave the coconut water behind for something else. Like drinking, duh.Then place coconut cream in a bowl, add cinnamon and vanilla, and whip! Ta duh! Set in fridge to keep cool while you cook.
      2. Put a small saucepan over medium heat and add your coconut oil and seedless cherries to the pan. Mix around to coat the cherries.
      3. Let cherries begin to cook down, stirring randomly to make sure cherries don't burn or stick to the bottom of the pan.
      4. While cherries are cooking, place a large skillet over medium heat.
      5. Add your crepe ingredients to a large bowl and whisk well to make sure coconut flour has completely broken down.
      6. Once skillet is hot, add a bit of coconut oil to coat the pan (I used coconut oil spray) then pour a small amount on the skillet. Cook on both sides for about 1 minute.
      7. Continue until batter is completely used up. The smaller the crepes are, the easier the are to flip.
      8. Once your cherries are soft, add your honey and mix to combine.
      9. When your crepes are cooked, begin the stacking process.
      10. Crepe - whipped cream - crepe - whipped cream. And so on.
      11. Top with your cherry jam.
      12. Eat it up! Holy moly, so good!

      by

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      84 thoughts on “Cherry Jam Crepe Stack”

      1. food porn! I’m getting a little worked up looking at these photos….tomorrow this cherry jam crepe stack will be in my belly.

      2. You weren’t in the mood for chocolate because you had just eaten a large amount of Dark Chocolate… of course.
        That’s HILARIOUS!!!

      3. I do the same thing on pinterest… Pin a bunch of crazy unhealthy stuff. My sister and friends ask me why I pin a bunch of food I don’t eat. I just like looking at it! Is that weird…yeahhh…

      4. I love you so hard right now. And you don’t even know me. That’s so creepy. Seriously though, your recipes and your blog are ah-mazing. Mucho love from Australia

      5. Im super excited to have found your blog. The recipes are just amazing. You need to consider putting a book together. Thank you for sharing with the rest of us.

      6. I am so sad because I have every single one of those ingredients at home right now.. except cherries! 🙁 It’s also not cherry season here.

      7. Hi Juli,
        Your cherry jam crepe stack looks so fresh. 🙂
        I don’t mind eat this every day. LOL.
        Thank you for sharing. 🙂
        You can submit your cherry jam crepe stack pics on http://www.foodporn.net It is a food (and drink of course) photography site where members can submit all food (and drink of course (again) LOL ) pictures that make readers hungry.
        Well, you know it’s fun to make others hungry (and thirsty)! 😀

      8. Geez, this is real food porn. How can I avoid all things sweet if I stumble upon photos LIKE THIS??? Kidding, I wouldn’t stop eating sweets anyway 😉 The “better for you” sweets, but still 😉

      9. Your pictures keep getting better and better! And the jam looks unreal, I have a big bag of cherries I’ve been snacking on plain but have been racking my brain for soemthing to actually make them with.. I like the jam/ chutney idea a lot!

      10. I do believe that these will be in my belly this weekend! (And I am only waiting that long because I don’t have time to cook a breakfast like that during the week because I am lazy and don’t want to get up that early! :-))

      11. Seriously.. I was just thinking last night how I really had a hankerin’ for pancakes but.. pancakes aren’t paleo 🙁 … and then you post this! Are you reading my mind?! I can’t wait to try these!

      12. I have a serious question about the whole “canned coconut in the fridge overnight” thing. I put my canned coconut in the fridge in hopes of making my fave coconut pancakes with a naughty topper, and it was still coconut goo the next morning. Did I do something wrong here, or should I be more worried about the can being a bad one? Thanks, and I love your blog! I rave about it at the Box basically everyday:)

          1. Would putting the coconut milk in the freezer the night before help with the “gooieness”? I want to make this for hubby tomorrow for Father’s Day, and want to make sure the divine coconut whipped cream is exactly as it should be!

        1. I know everybody raves about Thai Kitchen coconut milk, but Wal-Mart has Golden Star coconut milk (in a green can- and I’m sure it’s sold other places but I only go to Wal-Mart and Whole Foods). Golden Star is delicious and so thick and creamy. I shake it up when it’s warm and put it in the fridge and the entire thing ends up as really thick coconut milk. And it’s cheaper than Thai Kitchen- SCORE! (I have a serious addiction to coconut milk- cheap=good). I can’t wait to try this recipe with some strawberries.

      13. Perfect post~ as I almost fell out of my cherry tree yesterday because I am obssessed with getting every single ripe cherry on the damn thing!! Your recipes are amazing 🙂

      14. I have every single item to make these in my house this is breakfast for Saturday morning! Oh I can’t wait!

      15. This recipe took my breath away and I seriously am about to hyperventilate…I am going to make this for my dad on Sunday…Brilliant.
        I will say I might need to test it out before I serve it to him…ya know, just to make sure it’s up to par! Yes, I think that’s the plan.

      16. I had a gut feeling that the mighty paleOMG may come up with some creations involving cherries. So I exercised self control and save exactly a cup of of them. Creepy sh*t you mind reader!
        Anyway question here: when pitting the cherries, is it better to maintain the whole fruit or just pulverize them and get the seeds out? Basically i want the cherries to render nicely without turning into complete jam.

      17. Are you referring to Skinny Chef’s cajun chicken fettucine alfredo? If so, I paleoified it a few weeks ago, using some techniques from your spaghetti squash “pasta” recipes (which I love BTW). I used spaghetti squash, coconut milk and chicken broth (along with a ton of Tony’s) to make the noodles and sauce. It was amazing! I just did 75 burpees half an hour ago and my arms are still shaking as I try to type this.

      18. OMG indeed! I’ve been paleo for 3 weeks now and your blog has become one of my favorite resources, oh yeah and you’re hilarious too! These creeps are SOOOOO good. I made them today to use up a bunch of cherries and though they didn’t come out as pretty as yours but damn were they tasty. Thank you! You rock!

      19. During my first bag of coconut flour I had a bad baking experience. I blamed it on the flour. This recipe will actually force me to admit I should have blamed my skills instead! Can’t wait to try it.

      20. Holy sh*t I love you. So freakin’ funny. I’m having so much better days at work now since I can read your blog. 🙂 Thank you for being hysterical. Now I have to control my laughter so my workmates don’t hear while I look at your food porn and read your awesome stories.

      21. Oh.WOW. That looks Good. I’m going on vacation this weekend, and now I’m looking forward to coming BACK, just so I can make this. And I’m also now craving cherries… perfect road trip food!

      22. I can’t make myself leave this page. I’m basically drooling on my keyboard. The resources for Paleo cooking are really amazing to me, I am so surprised at how many great sites there are with just wonderful food. You are much appreciated, and my belly is already thanking you!

      23. Knowing that I won’t eat this in the next 5 minutes made me die a little inside. That’s the most delish looking crepe creation ever.

      24. Oh my Jesus these are good, God, whatever. I didn’t even get a chance to make the whipped topping or jam before wrapping the crepes around a piece of sausage. It was sort of like a breakfast corn dog!!!!!

      25. Once again, you have given me a reason to say your blog is my favorite porn site. And favorite food blog. Just made these – amazing. You ever need another roomate, give me a call. You’re amazing!

      26. Forgot to say – I don’t do honey. I end up w/ horrible cravings for days, but I tolerate dates just fine. I know, stupid. Makes no sense, but whatever. So I used 2 dates in this recipe, soaked in hot water, then mashed. Added 1 to the cherries, then split the 2 btwn the crepes and coconut cream. Perfect sweetness level for me.

      27. Holy crap! These were so good. I made them today for my sister, who I am visiting for a month. We scarfed them down. I just came upon your site a couple of weeks ago and I love it. I have already made 4 or 5 recipes. The pineapple guac, so good. My nephew helped me and ate the whole bowl. The crock pot shredded beef, great. Fried eggs on top was my fav. Love it. Can’t wait to see what else you come up with.

      28. Thank you so much for this recipe! THis is the first time I have made something with coconut flour and the recipe turned out like it was supposed too, without me having to adjust it! Made it for my hubby for Father’s Day! Kids loved it too!!!

      29. I have a hatred for flipping little crepes all of the sudden after making a triple batch for my family for fathers day. But holy heck, once I tasted them I seemed to forget all about the pain I went through flipping those mini bastards. TOTAL LOVE!! Thank you. 🙂

      30. Since going paleo I’ve tried a bunch of crepe recipes, since that’s one of the things I miss the most… but they have all been utter failures.

        But this recipe… this simple yet glorious recipe… has changed everything.

        I used blueberries and strawberries instead of cherries. Made my own whipped cream. And devoured the entire stack of crepes in one sitting.

        I couldn’t believe how good they were, so I made them again for breakfast this morning. Just topped them with pure maple syrup. Again, delicious.

        You are my hero!

        Also, I love that my kitchen is well stocked enough now that I can tackle just about any paleo recipe.

      31. I thought honey was not on the “OK” list of Paleo foods?? Is Stevia? (the good, real kind that costs a boatload)

      32. Oh boyyyyyy!!!!! I just went cherry/berry picking over the weekend and I just planned on making cherry pie filling and eating it with a spoon, crepes is a much better idea

      33. Oh man, I wish *my* crush would get on the paleo train! It’s frustrating. He would probably eat this, though. Can’t wait to try it!

      34. I made these last night, they were awesome! Cherries aren’t in season in Australia so I used frozen blueberries instead. Thanks!

      35. Just made these and turned into a soupy mess by the end of my devouring. But a tastey soupy mess of brilliance! Love it! Rate it a five but can’t get stars to work. Thanks

      36. Omg I have to have to make these. Right now I’m addicted to the paleo pancakes from urban poser. Adding crepes to the mix? My kitchen my not be able to handle all this awesome. Totally been diggin your site!!

      37. Juli these are AWESOME!!!

        I had some leftover whipped cream so I had to go out and buy some strawberries to chop up and mix with it and holy balls that shit was delicious.

        I love you, thank you for showing me an amazing dairy-free whipped cream!!!!

      38. Oh. my goodness! I made these for breakfast today… they were SO GOOD. I’ve never been a big fan of cherries because of couch syrup, but they were good (at the time it didn’t occur to me to substitute a fruit). I’m excited to make them another time with strawberries or something too! Oh, the possibilities…. And maybe I would add about half as much honey but that is just my personal palette.

      39. okay…..what did I do wrong? I couldn’t flip these crepes at all! I ended up with a big gloppy mess! Its like there was nothing to bind them together…..The cherry part was amazing…Im just so disappointed in the crepe part!

      40. Can that cherry jam be jarred? Wonder what it’s shelf life would be? My local produce has a deal on a flat of cherries and I’m tempted to get ’em and try canning (which this urban girl has NEVER done, but cherries are so YUMMY!!)

      41. I just discovered crepes while on vacation and was ecstatic to find a paleo version to make back at home! These were super yummy! I need to work on my crepe flipping a little more.lol. Mine weren’t quite as beautiful as your pic but it didn’t matter because they tasted divine. Thanks!

      42. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe and all your other recipe’s. It makes paleo so much easier for me. I made these this morning! There was an orgasm in my mouth 😛

      43. Ive made these a few times, and they are easily the best paleo pancakes ever.

        I made a batch (with green food coloring for St. Patty’s day) this morning, and added about tablespoon of chia seeds that I had kicking around. After a few minutes they gelled up the batter and I was able to make them thicker & bigger – more like a medium-sized regular pancake then an adorable delicate baby crepe. They were a bit easier for me to flip, but still less forgiving then a wheat-flour pancakes though.

        Flax seeds work too – they are a bit more noticeable though, and take a bit more time to set up.

        Hope this helps some picky eater! 🙂

      44. I’d really like to make this, looks so nice. How do you think it’d hold up if I made the crapes the night before and just quickly heated them again in the pan.

        See, I’m trying to make a meal plan, and I already have pancakes on Saturday, so it thought I could spread the nice breaksfasts out and have these during the week, except I already get up early!

        These look really great, maybe I’ll save them for next weeks meal plan

      45. These are AMAZING!! My favorite weekend breakfast! I have made them with both strawberries and cherries. I love them both! I have also reheated these, and they are just as good the next day! 🙂

      46. These were super easy and amazing! I didn’t have cherries and I found this recipe the morning of so I didn’t have the coconut milk in the fridge.

        However, I took frozen raspberries and cooked them the same way as the cherries. Then I melted chocolate chips (Enjoy Life mini chips) with Ghee. Rolled the raspberry jam and melted chocolate inside the crepe. AWESOME!! So thankful for this recipe!

      47. I love your recipes! But do you have any suggestions for replacing honey/maple syrup, etc.? My blood sugar skyrockets when I include them. I am ok with dates, but don’t know how they work as far as texture and ratio of wet-to-dry ingredients. I also cannot find a 100% natural stevia in order to eliminate the weird additive taste. Please help!

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