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Matcha Banana Crepes

You know you want these delicious, gluten free, Matcha & Banana Protein Crepes for breakfast tomorrow – psst, they are super easy to pull together!

Matcha & Banana Protein Crepes

Recently, my daughter and I were leafing through old photo albums and came across some old photos of her getting her first Taw Kwon Do belt as a cute little 7 year old.

Which, in turn, got us reflecting on how she had hit the jackpot when it came to Tae Kwon Do Instructors.

You see, this chap didn’t just teach her the difference between a side-kick and a push-kick; instead, he would end every class with an anecdote or story. Sometimes, it was a story from the past and sometimes, it was one from the present. But every time it would cause his Tae Kwon Do students, as well as their parents, to pause and rethink their way of thinking.

Matcha & Banana Protein Crepes

It was during one of these “storytimes” that I first heard about 3rd-grade teacher, Jane Elliot’s “Blue eyes–Brown eyes” exercise in her classroom.

What is the Blue Eye Brown Eye Experiement?

Y’all are probably familiar with how she told her blue-eyed students one day that they were smarter and better than their brown-eyed counterparts, and then how she switched it around the next day and told the brown-eyed students they were better and smarter than the blue-eyed students. She documented how each group performed academically and socially during these two days and successfully showed how one’s performance can be in direct response to what they are told to believe.

Matcha & Banana Protein Crepes

My daughter’s Tae Kwon Do Instructor used this story to make his students understand their self-worth, of how important it was for them to have a true grasp of who they are and not let other’s negativity push them from reacting with anything less than grace.

This world can be harsh, but, I am so thankful that this Tae Kwon Do Instructor-chap came along and helped breathe self-confidence into my girl when she was so young so that when she is pushed by naysayers, she’ll simply reply “I wish you all the best.

Matcha & Banana Protein Crepes

Of course, our trip down memory lane was fueled by a hearty breakfast of these, gluten-free, Matcha & Banana Protein Crepes made with one of Premier Protein’s new flavors: Bananas & Cream.

Why We Love These Matcha Banana Protein Crepes

These Matcha Banana Protein Crepes are so incredibly easy to make! I simply measured and tossed all the ingredients into a blender and blended until smooth and had a lovely crepe batter!

Then it was a matter of pouring a bit into a greased, hot pan, twirling the pan around to distribute the batter and within seconds, a tasty crepe was ready!

We enjoyed these crepes for breakfast with a cinnamon and cardamom spiked apple and pecan filling, and a flood of honey!

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Matcha & Banana Protein Crepes

Matcha Banana Protein Crepes

5 from 2 votes
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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Servings: 15 -18
Author: Shashi
You know you want these delicious, gluten free, Matcha & Banana Protein Crepes for breakfast tomorrow – psst, they are super easy to pull together!



  • 1 cup rice flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup Premier Protein Bananas & Cream Shake
  • 1/3 cup water
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 teaspoon almond extract
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 teaspoons Matcha powder

Apple Pecan Filling

  • 2 apples
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/4 teaspoon almond
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon cardamom
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoons pecan pieces
  • 1 tablespoon Premier Protein Bananas & Cream Shake
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil



  • Add all the ingredients into a blender and whirl it on high for 15-20 seconds
  • Then pour a ladle-full onto a hot pan, swirl it around as best as you can and let cook for 2 minutes approximately, flip and let cook 30 seconds or so and slide off pan
  • Repeat till batter is over

Apple Pecan Filling

  • Peel apples and cube, then add to a saucepan with coconut oil
  • Add spices and brown sugar and let cook till apples are tender (10 minutes or so)
  • Add in Premier Protein Bananas and Cream shake and pecan pieces and fill crepe


Serving: 1g | Calories: 184kcal | Carbohydrates: 25g | Protein: 8g | Fat: 6g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 34mg | Sodium: 100mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 16g
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  1. What a fun flavor for crepes! These look so good!

  2. I missed your stories and of course your delicious recipes. Self worth and learning this life lesson is so important in this harsh world we live in. Of course I have brought back some matcha!!! Of course I cannot wait to make these delicious crepes. A treat with antioxidants…and protein. now that is my kind of treat. Thanks so much for your support… and virtual hugs. Sharing everywhere! Take care, BAM

  3. That is a gem to have found such a fantastic instructor! Wonderful lessons she can take with her forever!
    Can you believe I made my first crepes just a few weeks ago!? Crazy!

  4. Shashi, I absolutely loved this post. It’s such a great reminder for all of us to believe in ourselves, no matter what people say. Yes, we have to be honest and humble, but we can’t mistake that for criticisms from others that were just meant to bring us down. I find myself being thankful for your kiddo’s TKD instructor. ” “I wish you all the best.“ Best comeback, ever. 😉
    Thank you for sharing such an uplifting life lesson with these gorgeous and nutritiously wonderful crepes. Shashi, you know I love all the creative ways you sneak protein into a yummy recipe. I hope you have a wonderful week filled with positivity my friend. xoxo

    • Shashi says:

      Thanks so very much Demeter! Thankfully I have been so fortunate to have met more people like my daughter’s TKD instructor than those “critical” (to put it mildly) people who spew stuff for no reason – yes, am speaking from a recent incident so please excuse my tinge of sour and negativity.
      But, positive cap on now – other than that, my week has been wonderful – as I hope yours has been too!

  5. Tara @ Sweat like a Pig says:

    I’ve just arrived back in Paris and I’ve been eating crepes like crazy, but they’re not quite as healthy as these! Haha

    • Shashi says:

      OMG Tara – French crepes are to die for! Besides, when you walk everywhere, it doesn’t matter if those crepes are not so healthy eh?! 🙂

  6. GiGi Eats says:

    Can I say HUBBA HUBBA without sounding like a total food slut? LOL!!!

  7. What a gorgeous crepe, Shashi! Using matcha powder in there is an excellent idea…and then that apple pecan filling. It’s like your talking my language with that one. We’re about to go pick our weight in apples here soon, and I’m thinking some of them need to end up in crepes. And what a great story about lil Shashi’s Tae Kwon Do teacher. I love the idea of a little life lesson mixed in with every class. 🙂

    • Shashi says:

      Lil Shashi’s TKD instructor was a Godsend – especially at that time of her life – funny how good people fall into our lives to fill the holes at yucky times eh?! 🙂
      BTW – thanks so very much! Lil Shashi and I didn’t make it to the orchards last year, but we are definitely going this year – nothing quite like fresh picked apples from an orchard!

  8. These protein banana crêpes look so pretty and so delicious. I wish I can have them for breakfast every day. Taw Kwon Do name itself is so fascinating to me. Your daughter got her Taw Kwon Do belt at age 7? Wow, bravo! Beautiful story.

    • Shashi says:

      Thanks so much Anu, actually, my daughter started TKD at 6/7 – she did it for 5 years – she got her first belt (i think it was a yellow or white one) at 7 – not her black belt – that came way, way later.