|Extras||Dipping plate, spatula|
|Extras||Spreader, spatula, recipe book|
Nonstick Electric Crepe Maker
Dipping Crepe Maker
Electric Crepe Maker
Electric Crepe Maker
Crepe Maker and Non-Stick Griddle
Precise and Powerful Heat Controls
Dip and Done for Super Easy Crepes
Make an Even Batch Every Time With Heat Protection
Includes Extra Gear for Beginners
Responsive Heat Dial for Quick Control
|Size||12 inches||8 inches||12 inches||12 inches||12 inches|
|Extras||Spreader, spatula||Dipping plate, spatula||Spreader, spatula||Spreader, spatula, recipe book||Spreader|
|Surface Material||Cast iron|
|Surface material||Blue steel|
|Surface Material||Ceramic nonstick|
Chef's Classic Nonstick Crepe Pan
Cast Iron Griddle
Titanium Crepe Pan
Blue Steel Crepe Pan
Lightweight Pan That Works Well for Crepes and Roti
Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron for Long-Term Use
Uneven Shape for Even, Intact Crepes
Make a Variety of Foods With This Steel Option
Colorful and Non-Toxic Nonstick Crepe Pan
|Size||10 inches||10.5 inches||11 inches||8 inches||10 inches|
|Surface material||Nonstick||Cast iron||Nonstick||Blue steel||Ceramic nonstick|
Crepes are very thin and require evenly spread heat. So if your stove is older or doesn’t heat up evenly, it definitely makes sense to go with an electric crepe maker. Electric crepe makers are also good for those who make crepes fairly often and don’t mind the bulk of an extra appliance sitting around.
However, electric crepe makers can be a one-trick-pony. Given their shape, you’ll have a hard time using them to make anything other than crepes, pancakes, flatbreads, or other breakfast items.
Non-electric crepe makers, also known as crepe pans, are slightly more versatile. You can definitely use them for things other than crepes—they do have a lip, which means you don’t have to worry about anything spilling off the side.
They can often be made of different types of metals, such as cast iron or carbon steel, which make them more durable and better at retaining heat. In contrast, electric crepe makers tend to be made of aluminum.
These pans are also the quite thin—great for those who don’t have much storage space!
If you have holes, you can fill them in by pouring batter with a spoon. You usually only cook one side. Also, make sure to gently peel and don’t scrape the crepe off.
There are a lot of other tools that can make cooking feel like it requires a lot less effort to do. Just plug the devices in, set the temperature, and then let them take care of everything. If you're looking to buy one of these simple gadgets, check out our buying guides below!
When picking the best one, though, make sure to pick whether you want an electric or non-electric crepe maker first. Then choose a material and check for any extras the maker comes with. After you've considered all these factors, you'll be ready to purchase your perfect crepe maker.
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