Tuesday, April 08, 2014

What is a Mille Crepe Cake?

A Mille Crepe Cake is cake with several crepe layers. In between each layer is freshly-made cream, custard or sauces. The crepes, itself, are made with flour, eggs, sugar, and milk.

In French, mille means a thousand, and it often refers to the many layers found within the crepe cake. Crepe cake layers can vary from 30 to even a hundred layers. It all depends on the recipe and the chef.

Crepe cakes are a popular treat across the United States, especially in New York City. Crepe cakes can range from different creams, layers, and even different styles.

We even compiled a list of popular crepe cake recipes for you to try at home!

Grand Marnier Crepe Cake
Grand Marnier is a popular liquor used in gourmet treats. With this recipe, make sure you use grated orange zest to revitalize your cake. Click here for recipe.

Boston Cream Crepe Cake
Instead of driving all the way Boston for a Boston Cream Pie you can make a Boston Cream Crepe Cake at home with fresh custard, rich ganache, and with crepe layers. Click here for recipe.

Creme Brulee Crepe Cake
Imagine a crepe cake with a creme brulee glaze? This recipe ensures that and a light, airy, guilt-free taste. Click here for recipe.

Coconut Cream Crepe Cake
It can only taste like a dream. This delicacy takes patience, coconut cream, and extra-attention. The end result is a beautifully stacked cake that even Snow White would approve of. Click here for recipe.

CREPiNi now sells crepe cakes on it's online store. We have different sizes of our Vanilla and Chocolate crepe cakes for sale now. Check it out here!