Gouda and Walnut Crêpes

I was a bit skeptical when we began to whip these up.

Chris said “I want to make crêpes. If you make the crêpes, I’ll make a great filling.”

I agreed, so I got started making crêpes as I watched him put chunks of cheese into the mixer wondering where he was going with his concoction.

The result: A creamy, rich, decadent crêpe filling. The texture of the walnuts added just the right amount of crunch to the soft gouda filling. We will be having these again sometime!


  • Crêpes
  • 8 oz. gouda
  • splash of milk
  • 1 cup chopped walnuts


  • Chop cheese and place in mixing bowl.
  • Add a splash of milk and begin to cream the milk and cheese together.
  • Add milk as needed, not much will be required, and continue to cream the milk and cheese together until it has the consistency of whipped cream cheese.
  • Cook crêpes according to instructions. This will make about 8 crêpes.
  • Evenly distribute whipped gouda and walnuts among the crêpes.
  • Lightly roll crêpes, then serve warm.

Servings ~ 4
Calories ~ 563, Fat ~ 39 g, Carbohydrates ~ 31 g, Protein ~ 26 g

  1. Hi Family of Duke!

    I just stumbled onto this blog because of the delicious crepe recipe. I love the contrast in textures and it looks yummy. Would you consider posting your recipe (and picture) on my veggie crepe page? I know that my visitors would love to make it, too. And I’ll happily post a link back to your blog so that everyone can meet Duke!

    Best wishes,

  2. Ok, this looks amazing. Why have I not read your blog before? Great reading!

    • Brit said:

      Thanks! I’m having a lot of fun writing it! I really enjoy your blog as well!

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