Spinach and Wheatgrass Crêpes + Win Indigo Herbs Superfood Goodies

Ever feel like your inner cogs are all out of sync? Whether its you health, plans or just general mood not lining up? I felt like that a lot last year, especially towards then end of the year when I was out of work for a while. I lost all sense of routine and lost a bit of myself along the way. I doubted myself, my body and my brain. It wasn’t obvious something was wrong, until now. This year, something has clicked already. Like all my cogs are in sync and I can just chill. My body feels good, my head feels good, and my heart is bursting. A happiness wave has washed over me, and I hope it’s gonna stay high tide for a while.

Needing a little pick me up? Wanna shake up your pancake repertoire? Look no further, these green machines are the perfect lunchtime boost. They’re packed with spinach, wholesome buckwheat flour, and a hint of wheatgrass.

We’re talking:
Vitamin K
Vitamin A
Vitamin B2
Vitamin B2
Chlorophyll (helps neutralise toxins in the body, and helps purify the liver)

Wham bam, thank you mam!


I love wheatgrass, adding it into smoothies, mixing it into oats, or using in crêpes! It’s a powerful taste, so go steady if you haven’t used it before, you can start by added 1/4 teaspoon, and build it up slowly up to 1 teaspoon. It’s an acquired taste at first, but now I can’t get enough of it.

I love this one.

Fancy bagging yourself a tasty selection of wheatgrass powder, protein powders and more? I’ve got something exciting for one lucky reader! I’ve teamed up with Indigo Herbs and we’re giving away some goodies (see the photo below!) I have been a long time fan of the lovely Indigo Herb gang, and they’ve recently re-vamped all their packaging, which I think looks all kinds of awesome!


The bundle contains: Organic Wheatgrass Powder 100gOrganic Spirulina Powder 200gOrganic SuperProtein Powder 100gOrganic Moringa Powder 100g – not a bad little package ey?!

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Spinach and Wheatgrass Crêpes (gf) (v)


Large handful spinach
1¼ cups (175g) buckwheat flour
¼ to ½ teaspoon wheatgrass powder
1 tablespoon ground flax
2 cups (500ml) nut milk
1 tablespoon melted coconut oil



Put all ingredients into a blender and blitz until smooth.

Leave the mixture to rest for 30 mins, this will help it hold together when you come to cook them.

Heat some coconut oil in a frying pan, when hot, ladel a spoonful of the mix into the pan. Cook for 1 minutes, and flip and then cook the other side for 45 seconds. Repeat this with all the mix.

You can keep them warm on a plate in a warm oven until you have cooked all the mixture.




A big thanks to Indigo Herbs for sponsoring this post and making superfoods even more wonderful! All opinions and thoughts are entirely my own.

87 thoughts on “Spinach and Wheatgrass Crêpes + Win Indigo Herbs Superfood Goodies

  1. These look wonderful and I could certainly do with a healthy boost. I love adding various powders to my morning smoothie, but also like them in porridge and pancakes too.

  2. Ooh these look SO good Sus, I’ve just tried their protein powder for the first time, and loving it in smoothies. These crépes definitely look worth a try, will bookmark them!

  3. These look gtreat, I could do with a detox from all the Christmas chocs, which, of course, we’re still eating!!

    1. I think I have been converted to savoury style now! Trying to cut down my sugar intake, I try not to eat refined sugar but I do eat a lot of fruit etc!

  4. My juicer is out all the time and I use it most days but I like to ring the changes by whisking in other things to improve the colour, flavour and nutritional value. I almost always whisk in a dash of fresh lemon juice and Udo’s Oil but I like the idea of whisking these in, too!

  5. I love the sound of the Spinach and Wheatgrass Crêpes, so I’d definitely try those 🙂 I’d also love to try the Spirulina Powder in a salad dressing…I’m sure there is so much you can do with them though, I’ll definitely be consulting Google!

  6. I like making up my own cereal combos..not always a success! so might try them in cereals and perhaps in some soup recipes

  7. A chirizo, mushroom omelette with a sprinkling of spring onions and spinach leaves to finish off 🙂 Delicious 🙂

  8. Originally I would have said a green smoothie, but after seeing your crepe recipe I think I shall have to try the green crepes

Thank You! I love hearing from you all.