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Crêpes with Salted Butter Caramel

We have combined two of our region's top specialities to offer you a heavenly treat.

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Ever wondered what THE ultimate recipe for a delicious treat could be? Well look no further. Here we have a Breton crêpe based on a delicious traditional recipe combined with scrumptious salted sweet caramel. Are your mouths watering yet? Ours are! You can enjoy them cold, heated for an even softer texture, or with a scoop of premium-quality ice cream - there's something for everyone!

Crêpes with Salted Butter Caramel Paysan Breton

Local milk

Cooperative brand

No preservatives

No palm oil

The shortest recipes are often the best ones!

  • Ingredients: Crêpe (80%)*: plain flour, fresh pasteurised milk (19%)*, sugar, eggs, Paysan Breton fresh butter (4.5%)*, dextrose, salt. Filling (20%)*: salted butter caramel (18%)* (sugar, glucose syrup, salted butter (2.9%)*, cream), concentrated butter. Percentages are shown for the filled crêpe.
  • Milk produced by our farmers in Brittany and Pays de la Loire, flour milled in Brittany from French wheat, French sugar, French eggs (95% sourced from Brittany)
  • No colourings, artificial flavourings or preservatives. 
403 Kcal / 1696 KJ
14 g
of which saturates
9,8 g
61 g
of which sugar
34 g
of which sugar
6,7 g
1,7 g
  • Made in Finistère Our crêpe batter is prepared daily and cooked the traditional way on cast iron plates.

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  • For even softer crêpes, heat them for a few seconds in the microwave.
  • Make sure to reseal the pack properly after use to prevent the crêpes from drying out and eat them within a few days.
  • Keep them away from heat (these are genuine Breton crêpes so they're not used to it!) and moisture.
  • Sorting instruction: Bag non-recyclable

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Crêpes with Salted Butter Caramel

Reasons you love it

They taste so good.
The delicious caramel with its distinct flavour.
The home-made-style recipe with no palm oil (butter is much better!) or preservatives and the time it saves you!


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Where are Paysan Breton Crepes manufactured?

All products in the Paysan Breton range are manufactured in Brittany and Pays de Loire. Crêpes are specifically manufactured at our factory in Ploudaniel (Brittany).

What are the nutritional values of Paysan Breton Crepes?


Per 100g: Energy: 1506kJ or 357kcal, Fat: 9.4 g of which saturates: 5.3 g, Carbohydrates: 59 g of which sugars: 29 g, Fibre: 1.5g, Protein: 8.4g, Salt: 2.1g

With Butter and Brown Cane Sugar:

Per 100g: Energy: 1697kJ or 404kcal, Fat: 15 g of which saturates: 8.4g, Carbohydrates: 59g of which sugars: 35g, Fibre: 1.6g, Protein: 7.4g, Salt: 1.9g

Vanilla flavoured " La Vanillée":

What are the ideal conditions for storing Paysan Breton Crepes?

For our crepes to stay soft and keep their appealing texture, we recommend that you store them at room temperature in a dry place. Also, it is essential that the packaging is properly sealed after use. 

How long can Paysan Breton Crepes be kept after opening?

Once the packaging has been opened, the taste properties of the product will slowly deteriorate: the crepes will gradually lose their soft texture.

Made with the finest ingredients, we want you to enjoy all the qualities of Paysan Breton Crepes. Accordingly, we recommend that you consume them within a few days of opening the packaging and that you seal the packaging each time it is opened, storing it at room temperature in a dry, dark place.

How can I consume Paysan Breton Crepes?

Paysan Breton Crepes can be enjoyed in a variety of ways:

How can I heat up Paysan Breton Filled Crepes?

In a frying pan, the microwave or the oven (with a knob of butter to prevent them from drying out), Paysan Breton Filled Crepes can also be heated. 

In the "Our recipes" section, we have posted a number of recipes made with Paysan Breton Filled Crepes.  Visit this section of the website should you need any culinary inspiration!