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What To Serve With Chicken Crepes – 11 Tasty Sides

If you’re wondering what to serve with your chicken crepes, you’ve come to the right place.

In this article, I list 11 of the most popular side dishes for chicken crepes.

In a rush? Here’s the short answer.

The best dishes to serve with chicken crepes are shakshuka, potato and egg hash, roasted cherry tomatoes, and creamy mushrooms. For salad options, try rocket and pear salad and French carrot salad. You can also serve them with peperonata, roasted asparagus, kale gratin, and basil pesto.

Ready? Let’s jump right in.


This is a popular breakfast item in the Middle East and North Africa, reminiscent of eggs in purgatory.

It features eggs gently poached in a chunky tomato and bell pepper sauce. 

It’s a straightforward dish that will warm you up, thanks to spices like cumin, paprika, and red pepper flakes. 

Try dipping your chicken crepes in this tasty shakshuka for a filling and comforting brunch meal.

Rocket and pear salad

Spruce up your chicken crepes by serving them with a side of this fresh salad. 

This salad is made with crisp arugula, pear, and walnuts, giving you a satisfyingly crunchy bite to contrast your soft crepes. 

The balsamic vinaigrette also provides a bright, tangy flavor to offset your peppery and sweet ingredients. 

Add this rocket and pear salad to your weekly meal rotation. 

Skillet potato and egg hash

In the mood for an indulgent brunch? 

Treat yourself and whip up some delicious chicken crepes with a side of potato and egg hash. 

It’s a one-skillet dish loaded with a ton of goodness. Crisp and fluffy potatoes, bell peppers, bacon, and cheesy sunny-side-up eggs. 

Fancy a taste? 

Give it a try with Aberdeen’s Kitchen’s skillet potato and egg hash recipe. 

Roasted cherry tomatoes

These are a breeze to make – just coat your tomatoes in oil and seasoning and let them roast.  

Remember to check in and toss them every 10-15 minutes to avoid burning. 

25 minutes later, you’ll have vibrant, juicy tomatoes bursting with natural sweetness. 

To serve, simply spoon these vibrant, garlicky roasted cherry tomatoes over your chicken crepes for a restaurant-worthy meal. 


Not a fan of roasted tomatoes, but still want that pop of color to your chicken crepes? 

Peperonata is an excellent alternative. 

It’s a traditional Italian dish made by simmering bell peppers and onions in red wine and garlic. 

Like it spicy? Simply add hot peppers to the mix. 

Give this dish a try with She Loves Biscotti’s easy peperonata recipe.

Creamy Tuscan mushrooms


These creamy mushrooms are the perfect accompaniment to your chicken crepes. 

The dish features a luscious cream sauce packed with delicious flavors of garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, and parmesan cheese.

Perfect for spooning over your crepes. 

Plus, the tender, meaty mushrooms make your crepes heartier. 

These creamy garlic butter Tuscan mushrooms are quick and easy to make, with everything coming together in just one pan and 25 minutes.

Roasted asparagus with hollandaise

Asparagus with hollandaise is a classic brunch combination. 

They usually accompany eggs benedict, but they’re fantastic with chicken crepes. 

The roasted asparagus adds a fresh green hue to the dish and a pleasant crisp-tender bite. 

While the creamy hollandaise gives your crepes a buttery, zesty flavor. 

Foodie Crush’s recipe includes a delicious three-ingredient hollandaise you can make in the blender. So simple!

Herb buttered corn and green beans

Need a side dish that’ll make your chicken crepes (a touch) healthier? 

These buttered corn and green beans are what you’re looking for. 

The natural flavors of your corn and green beans, combined with fresh herbs and butter are simply delightful.

This herb-buttered corn and green beans are so good that you can easily serve them for a regular dinner or something special like Thanksgiving. 

Creamed kale gratin

Who says it has to be Thanksgiving to enjoy some creamy gratin? 

After all, who can resist tender kale smothered with a luxurious roux-based sauce, then topped with cheese and crispy panko?

Just the thought of this creamed kale gratin’s delicious sauce and some soft chicken crepes is enough to make my stomach rumble.

Pro Tip: use dinosaur kale for best results.

French carrot salad

Crepes are traditionally from French cuisine, so it’s only fitting to serve your chicken crepes with this classic French carrot salad. 

What I adore about this dish is its simplicity. 

Aside from the carrots and parsley, you only need six ingredients to whip up its zippy lemon dijon vinaigrette. 

This French carrot salad is a vibrant, fresh, and healthy addition to your meals. 

Homemade pesto


This isn’t technically a side dish, but I can’t recommend this enough as an accompaniment for your chicken crepes. 

It’s a bright and herby Italian sauce with a hint of peppery flavor, thanks to the basil and some creaminess from the pine nuts. 

Little Sunny Kitchen has a fantastic recipe for this delectable pesto sauce. 

But don’t limit yourself to basil and pine nuts – get creative and use other greens and nuts like kale, arugula, cashews, and walnuts.

The best side dishes for chicken crepes

  • Shakshuka
  • Rocket and pear salad
  • Skillet potato and egg hash
  • Roasted cherry tomatoes
  • Peperonata
  • Creamy Tuscan mushrooms
  • Roasted asparagus with hollandaise
  • Herb buttered corn and green beans
  • Creamed kale gratin
  • French carrot salad
  • Homemade pesto

What To Serve With Chicken Crepes

In this short recipe, I show you exactly what to serve with your chicken crepes.
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Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: All
Keyword: chicken crepes side dishes, what to serve with chicken crepes
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 1 person
Calories: 188kcal


  • 1 portion chicken crepes


  • Prepare your chicken crepes according to your favorite recipe.
  • In the meantime, choose one of the following sides to serve alongside it.
  • Side dishes include: shakshuka, rocket and pear salad, skillet potato and egg hash, roasted cherry tomatoes, peperonata, creamy tuscan mushrooms, roasted asparagus with hollandaise, herb buttered corn and green beans, creamed kale gratin, french carrot salad, and homemade pesto.
  • Serve immediately and enjoy!


Serving: 100g | Calories: 188kcal

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