Chicken and Spinach Crepe Rolls

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Inspired by a recipe I found in Cooking Light Magazine, these Chicken and Spinach Crepe Rolls are easy to pull together for a new way to enjoy chicken for dinner. They're great for leftovers or if you need a meal on the go!
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Chicken and Spinach Crepe Rolls on a plate.

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I’m discovering how much easier it is to make homemade crepes when there is a yummy filling inside. They last so much longer when it comes to my hungry family, therefore I don’t have to spend nearly as much time at the stove making them! We’ve had crepes with a sweet filling for dessert many times before, but this is the first time we’ve tried it with a savory filling inside for dinner. Chicken and spinach crepes for the win!

This recipe for chicken and spinach crepe rolls is not as delicate as others I’ve made, therefore it’s not hard to whip up and such a fabulous way to reinvent your chicken dinner. I love how portable and good they are leftover (in case you’re on the go!). This is one I’ll be making again and again.

Here are pictures of each step of cooking the crepes. Click if you wish to enlarge…

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  1. 5 stars
    I really want to make this but my family only likes white meat. Will this work with white meat? Also what’s the best way to freeze them? BTW… I just love all your recipes!!

    1. Yes, this will also work with white meat. You can store them in the freezer with parchment paper in between them in a ziplock bag or airtight container. – Nicole