world recipe day – Mille Crepe

the first time i tasted mille crepe was during my 1st year in japan. it was sooooo good i was immediately hooked. i found out that mille crepe fever has finally come to malaysia, but i havent have the chance to get any yet.

last year , while we were in japan, on hubs bday, i decided to make mille crepe cake for him coz we didnt have any oven in the house . i searched for the recipe online , and one a very good one on my favourite japanese recipe website called .

So for those of you who are interested to make a mille crepe yourself and indulge the whole cake at cheaper option ( a slice can cost you nearly rm10 outside! ), i would love to translate the recipe for you :D and for those who can read japanese , visit this link  (crepe recipe) and this (custard recipe)

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Vanilla Mille Crepe



4 eggs
1tbs sugar
a pinch of salt
500ml milk
200g all purpose flour.
1/2 tsp baking powder
2 drops vanilla
40g unsalted butter

200ml whip cream
450ml milk
2 tbs flour
85g sugar
1 1/2 tbs cornstarch
4 egg yolks
2 tbs butter/margarine
vanilla essence

How-to (crepe)

1.sift flour+baking powder together. melt butter and put aside. a separate bowl, mix eggs + 250ml milk + sugar well. add the flour mixture and amix well until combined. add in vanilla and the rest of the milk,  combine.

3.add in melted butter and mix again. cover and let the batter rest inside the fridge for 30minutes- 2 hours

4.heat a nonstick pan and slightly oil the surface. wipe any excess oil. pour in a ladle full of your crepe batter and spread evenly as thin as possible. cook for 30 seconds and flip the crepe upside down and wait for 10 secs. remove your crepe from the pan and cover with a cling wrap to keep it moist.

5. repeat  until you finish all the batter. you should get around 20 crepes. put the crepes aside to let them cool down.

How- to (filling)

1. make the custard.

-using a heatproof bowl, heat milk in the microwave for 3 minutes. sift in cornstarch and flour , add in sugar and quickly whisk well to avoid lumps . add the egg yolks gradually and combine. put back the bowl of mixture into the microwave and reheat until it gets bubbly. take out and whisk the batter and reheat again. repeat this 3 times for a total of 5 minutes. take out the bowl, and add in butter and vanilla and mix well. leave it to cool . another bowl, beat cream at medium speed until cream starts to thicken, continue to beat until you get a soft peak.

fold in the cream into the cooled custard until well combined.

assembling the cake

lay one crepe on a cake base / flat plate and spread the custard filling evenly on the surface. (not to thick) cover the filling with another crepe and repeat until you have used all the crepe. put your cake in the fridge for 3-5 hours to let it set and serve it cool. happy trying!

p/s the key to a good mille crepe is to have the crepes thinner than the cream layers. so that your fork can nicely cut thru it. good luck!

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13 thoughts on “world recipe day – Mille Crepe

  1. Thank u for the recipe, first known dulu tgk rancangan Taiwan about a man selling this cake. Belum buat lagi but i trust this recipe tentu menghasilkan very Yummy cake.

  2. Tried this recipe of yours for the very 1st time had no mere experience in dealing with crepes desserts n guess what? It works wonder! Marvelous recipe thanks a million! But i need to show my greatest graditude to TEFAL for their amazing pan for u don’t need a special crepe pan for this recipe at all!

  3. hi, thks for sharing the recipe…i want to try.. could u please share how to get the “shiny” layer on top of the picture ? TQ

  4. What kind of whip cream? Bcoz I bought the whipping last the filling cant be thick..and another thing..the filling..when put into Owen, until it got last the thing turn cooked..can share me where is my problem? Thx

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