Power, style, and cooking surface material are important factors to consider when choosing a commercial crepe maker. Be sure to choose the right features for your establishment to delight customers and maximize revenue.
When choosing an electric or gas crepe maker, the choice often comes down to price and utility availability. We've outlined a series of pros and cons for each.
The tools you use can have a big impact on the quality and consistency of your crepes.
Crepe pans are smaller than commercial crepe makers, ranging in size from 8 5/8” to 11 3/4”. Available in both cast iron and steel, they can be used on a regular range without any special equipment.
Why Choose a Crepe Pan?
Crepe mix is a great option if you want a traditional crepe flavor and texture but don’t have the time to perfect your own recipe.
Keep in mind that you can't use pancake mix for crepes, as pancakes are thick and fluffy, while crepes are thin. The main difference between the two mixes is that pancake mix has a raising agent such as baking powder or baking soda, while crepe mix does not. Crepe batter also tends to include more eggs than pancake batter.