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Let Them Eat Crepe! – Bendigo gluten free crepes

Having coeliac disease means I get tormented walking past crepe stands, but Let Them Eat Crepe!  have turned torment into joy for Victorian coeliacs!

   Bendigo gluten free food van – Let Them Eat Crepe!

Let Them Eat Crepe! is a Bendigo based mobile food vendor, serving specialty gluten free crepes loaded with fresh, seasonal fillings – both sweet & savoury.  The standard crepe batter is both gluten free and lactose free but they also have a dairy and/or egg free batter available.

For interstate or overseas visitors, Bendigo is around 2 hours drive from Melbourne, in the goldfields region.


The menu has a nice variety of savoury (e.g. ham, cheese and spinach) or sweet options.  For a sweet crepe,  you can just have lemon and sugar, or choose from banana, strawberries or apple with a range of sauces (salted caramel, Nutella, chocolate melts).   You also have the option of adding ice cream or cream.


My all time favourite crepe combination is banana and Nutella (pictured above) which was delicious – and you would not know it was gluten free!  (This was confirmed by my husband who generally dislikes gluten free flour based items such as bread.)  I actually drove to a Castlemaine market one weekend just to get a safe gluten free crepe from Let Them Eat Crepe! and absolutely thought it was worth the drive to get my favourite food!


They are regularly at Bendigo Community Farmers Market on the 2nd Saturday of the month.  You will also find them at other events in the Central Victoria region, such as Castlemaine and Maldon.

Keep up to date with markets and festivals they are attending on Facebook and Instagram, or book them for your market, event or private catering.


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About the Author: Caroline was diagnosed with Coeliac disease in 2006 and likes to share her gluten free finds around the UK, Australia and the rest of the world! See more on her in the 'About' page. .


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