Short answer: However you want.
The CrepePro really shines as an authentic, French-style crepe maker. You'll notice these crepes turn out very well formed, with the perfect golden brown crispiness for your sweet or savory fillings.
But this pan also knocks it out of the park as a pizza stone. Put it in your oven at 500 degrees and you'll be slinging tasty pies and calzones for your family or a huge crew (bonus tip: stacking 2 CrepePros in your oven lets you double your production time for bigger groups)
It's a workhorse griddle too. You'll reach for this anytime you're cooking up tortillas, eggs, pancakes--basically anything you'd use a traditional pan for.
The 12" CrepePro Mini is ideal for people with a glass or flat top stove. The angled handle makes it easier to lift it off the surface.
The 14" CrepePro Full is our most popular model. Like goldilocks, it's not too big, not too small.
The 16" CrepePro Max is ideal for a commercial or restaurant setting. It's also great for big families wanting to make legendary (and huge!) crepes or pizzas.
CrepePro will work on all stovetops, including induction.
If you have an induction or electric glass top stove, we suggest the 12" diameter CrepePro Mini Pan. It comes with an angled handle to make it easier to lift it off the flat stovetop.
For gas stoves, we recommend the 14" CrepePro Full or the 16" CrepePro Max (but the mini will also work just fine on these stoves).
The CrepePro pan either Mini, Full, or Max
The 7.5″ Birchwood batter spreader
12″ straight spatula for the Mini and Full and a 14″ spatula for the Max
Recipies for crepes, tortillas, and pizza
Instructions on how to season and clean the CrepePro
You clean the CrepePro like you would a cast iron pan. Hand wash only, dry it immediately after use. The gold standard is to rub the pan with cooking oil after each wash. Do not put the CrepePro in the dishwasher.
You can often wipe the CrepePro down with a dry rag or a bit of oil. For bigger messes, just use some soap, warm water, and a sponge or brush .
If the pan becomes sticky, you can hit it with a bit of steel wool or a stiff brush and it will not damage the pan.
The silver color will naturally season to a darker shade as it gets exposed to heat. This will happen more quickly when you put the pan in the oven. This is all normal and recommended. The seasoning process improves the nonstick surface and will make cleaning easier.
Absolutely. You can use your CrepePro as a pizza stone. You can also bake bread or make cookies on it. It will speed up the darkening of the pan (see "Why is the pan turning black?") but the pan can transition between stove and oven seamlessly.
CrepePros won't rust unless they stay wet for an extended period of time. If your pan gets rust on it, clean and dry the pan. Then take some aluminum foil, crumple it into a ball, pour some white vinegar on the rusty spots on the pan and the use the aluminum foil ball to scrub the pan on the rusty spots. Rinse, dry, and add a coat of oil.
We do our best to get each order out quickly. If your pan hasn't arrived within a week, it's a good idea to reach out to us (see our contact page)
We hand inspect each pan and make sure they're in great condition before sending them out.
If you pan is damaged when it arrives, we will pay your return shipping and ship you a new pan, free of charge.
No returns will be accepted after 30 days.
We will ship to Hawaii, Alaska, and countries outside of the U.S. for an additional charge. We will require you to pay the UPS shipping cost, but are happy to get a pan to you wherever you are.
If you're ordering from the continental U.S., we charge a flat rate for shipping.