Prince Philip Crepe Islandaise

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Recipe: #39520

September 13, 2022

"His plum jam was probably chunky so could use some canned plums with the jelly an icelandic pancake that prince Philip tasted at banquet he used his own victorian plums for this They also used raspberry jam for this and raspberry sauce on top"

Original is 4 servings


  • Serving Size: 1 (244.4 g)
  • Calories 373.8
  • Total Fat - 19.2 g
  • Saturated Fat - 11.4 g
  • Cholesterol - 53.1 mg
  • Sodium - 589.4 mg
  • Total Carbohydrate - 43.5 g
  • Dietary Fiber - 3.7 g
  • Sugars - 19.5 g
  • Protein - 9.4 g
  • Calcium - 220.9 mg
  • Iron - 1.3 mg
  • Vitamin C - 5.4 mg
  • Thiamin - 0.2 mg

Step by Step Method

Step 1

Whisk dry ingredients together mix the wet ingredients together

Step 2

Add to dry whisk hard

Step 3

Heat skillet

Step 4

Brush butter with paper towel each time

Step 5

(Pam spray)

Step 6

Make crepes

Step 7

Cook all the pancakes

Step 8

Putting them over a upside down plate so they don't curl up

Step 9

Put sugar in plate

Step 10

Dip crepes lightly in sugar

Step 11

Fill lightly with jelly when cool and spread with whipped cream and fold in half then half again

Step 12

Sprinkle fruit , chopped plums or raspberries around sprinkle with powdered sugar over top with sifter


No special items needed.

Editorial Notes

The ingredient tips, suggestions, variations, facts, questions and answers below are not edits to the original author's recipe. They are not meant to imply any change would improve the recipe. They're offered for convenience, alternative ideas, and points of interest. If you have any comments about them, please post in the Help & Ideas forum.

  • For the best results, use fresh plums for the jam.
  • For a sweeter crepe, add more sugar to the batter.

  • Substitution 1: Instead of plum jam, use apricot jam. This substitution is beneficial because apricot jam has a sweet and tart flavor that will complement the crepes perfectly.
  • Substitution 2: Instead of raspberry sauce, use blueberry sauce. This substitution is beneficial because blueberry sauce will add a slight tartness to the crepes, which will balance out the sweetness of the apricot jam.

Chocolate Crepe Islandaise Substitute 1/4 cup of cocoa powder for the flour and use chocolate jam instead of plum. Add 1/4 cup of mini chocolate chips to the filling and top with chocolate sauce instead of raspberry.

Apple Cinnamon Compote
RECOMMENDED DISH DESCRIPTION: Apple Cinnamon Compote is a great accompaniment to Prince Philip Crepe Islandaise. The sweetness of the apples and the warmth of the cinnamon complements the creaminess of the crepes perfectly. It's also a great way to add some extra nutrition to the meal.

Lemon Curd: Lemon Curd is a classic accompaniment to Apple Cinnamon Compote. The tartness of the lemon curd balances the sweetness of the compote, and the two together make a delicious combination. It's also a great way to add a zesty flavor to the meal.


Q: How do I fold the crepes?

A: To fold the crepes, fill the crepes lightly with jelly when cooled and spread with whipped cream. Then fold in half and then half again.

Q: What ingredients do I need for crepes?

A: You will need flour, eggs, milk, butter, sugar, and a pinch of salt. You may also want to add a bit of vanilla extract for flavor.

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Fun facts:

Fun Fact 1: Prince Philip Crepe Islandaise was a recipe created in honor of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. It was served at a banquet in his honor, and he used his own Victorian plums for the recipe.

Fun Fact 2: The raspberry sauce used in Prince Philip Crepe Islandaise is a nod to the Victorian era, when raspberry jam was a popular condiment in the United Kingdom. It was often served with puddings, cakes, and other desserts.