ingredients
  • butter, melted 6 tbsp
  • milk, warmed 3 cups
  • Eggs 6 • 130 kcal
  • Flour 2 1/4 cups
  • Sugar 7 tbsp • 470 kcal
  • Red food coloring
  • orange food coloring
  • yellow food coloring
  • green food coloring
  • Blue food coloring
  • purple food coloring
  • Whipped cream 6 cups
Calories refers to 100 gr of product

Rainbow crepe cake is an easy-to-make gorgeous dessert that is ideal for serving at parties. Made from layers of crepes dyed with food coloring and plenty of whipped cream, rainbow crepe cake is a feast for the eyes that will satisfy with every bite!

The best part about rainbow crepe cake is you don't need to use the oven. All you need is a good crepe pan (or other non-stick pans) and a little patience. This delicious, fun cake is a must for birthday parties. Add as many layers as you like to it!

Rainbow Crepe Cake Ingredients

Of course, to make this delicious rainbow crepe cake at home you'll need classic crepe ingredients like melted butter, milk, flour, and sugar. But you can't make a rainbow crepe cake without food coloring! You'll need every color of the rainbow to do this cake justice and live up to its name. Finally, don't forget the whipped cream. You can make it yourself or pick some up from the supermarket.

Tips for Making Rainbow Mille Crepe Cake

You can jazz up your rainbow crepe cake by decorating it with rainbow sprinkles.

There are other fantastic variations on crepe cake to try. Tiramisu, chocolate, salted caramel, and more, or you could try adding flavorings to the whipped cream.

You can make vegan crepe cakes by using oil and plant-based milk instead of butter and milk. In place of eggs, try using flax eggs or tofu as substitutes.

How to Store Rainbow Crepe Cake

Crepe cakes will last up to 3 days when refrigerated. For best results, enjoy your rainbow crepe cake on the same day you made it.

How to Make Rainbow Crepe Cake

Whisk the flour and sugar in a bowl. Beat in the eggs then pour in the milk and butter, alternating between the two.

Pour the batter into 6 bowls. Stir one color of food coloring in each bowl.

Heat a non-stick pan and lightly grease with butter or cooking spray. Pour 1/3 cup of purple batter into the pan. Once the crepe begins to form bubbles on the top, flip it, and cook for another minute or so. Repeat with all of the batters until everything has been used.

Stack the crepes in the following order: purple, blue, green, yellow, orange, and red. Between each layer, add the whipped cream.

Decorate the outside of the cake with whipped cream, and serve.

Notes

You'll need about 1 tablespoon of each color of food coloring, but you can use more for deeper, more intense colors, or less for paler pastel shades.