You don’t have to travel to France to enjoy a delicious crepe—these crepe makers make it easy to make the thin, tasty pancakes at home.

You don’t have to travel to France to enjoy a delicious crepe—these crepe makers make it easy to make the thin, tasty pancakes at home. (Delaney Van on Unsplash/)

There are few things as romantic as strolling through the boulevards of Paris with a warm Nutella-filled crepe in hand. Or maybe that crepe contains caramelized lemon sugar, or savory ingredients like Gruyère, ham, thyme, or wild mushrooms. Regardless, a crepe is a thing of wonder, a choose-your-own-adventure food. And you don’t have to travel to France for the adventure. These three fantastic electric crepe machines—each a different size—make it easy to whip up the irresistibly thin, lacy pancakes at home.

The iSiLER will shut off when it reaches 428°F, to prevent overcooking.

The iSiLER will shut off when it reaches 428°F, to prevent overcooking. (Amazon/)

If you’re looking for something straightforward, this model is your winner. Complete with a “light” to “dark” thermostat control, the ISiLER also boasts an overheating protection feature, ensuring that your crepes will never burn. Reviewers have reported that it works great for other foods, too, including pancakes, tortillas, eggs, and even dumplings.

A removable nonstick surface ensures that this blue wonder is easy to wash.

A removable nonstick surface ensures that this blue wonder is easy to wash. (Amazon/)

This Michelangelo crepe maker is a cinch to operate, thanks to six temperature settings. It also comes in a gorgeous, vibrant blue color. Best of all? The removable nonstick cooking surface makes cleanup a breeze.

This commercial Waring model is for serious crepe makers.

This commercial Waring model is for serious crepe makers. (Amazon/)

In the market for a fancy option? Consider Waring’s electric crepe maker, which comes with a slick stainless-steel base and a whopping 16-inch cooking surface. The thermostat on this baby grants more control, allowing you to dial up the heat from 140°F to 570°F (very, very hot!). Such a high-heat threshold means you can churn out crepes quickly—ideal if you’re making a lot at once.

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Source: https://www.saveur.com/story/shop/best-crepe-makers/