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Mon Mack reveals how she made crepe parcels stuffed with white chocolate and mangoes

Crepes with a twist: Home cook reveals how she made ‘parcels’ stuffed with white chocolate and mangoes

  • An Australian home cook has made ‘crepe parcels’ in the latest food trend 
  • Mon Mack, from Brisbane, used mangoes, yoghurt, and chocolate to make snack
  • To make the treats, she simply put a dollop of yoghurt on one end of half a crepe 
  • She topped with mangoes and chocolate, then folded and rolled into a parcel


A home cook has made an indulgent dessert she calls ‘crepe parcels’ stuffed with fresh mangoes, yoghurt and white chocolate.

Mon Mack, from Brisbane, shared a TikTok video showing exactly how she created the snacks in just minutes.

To make the treats, she simply put a dollop of yoghurt on one end of half a crepe, topped with diced mangoes and white chocolate flakes.

She then folded and rolled the crepe into a small parcel.

Mon Mack, from Brisbane, has made an indulgent dessert she calls 'crepe parcels' - stuffed with fresh mangoes, yoghurt and white chocolate

Mon Mack, from Brisbane, has made an indulgent dessert she calls ‘crepe parcels’ – stuffed with fresh mangoes, yoghurt and white chocolate

‘They’re fun to make and they taste good so I guess why not?’ she said in the video. 

‘I call them crepe parcels. You can make them any way you want – you can do a sweet version, you can do a savoury version. 

‘I do these ones with mango and white chocolate but yes, give them a try yourself.’

To make the treats, she simply put a dollop of yoghurt on one end of half a crepe, topped with diced mangoes and white chocolate

She then folded and rolled the crepe into a small parcel

To make the treats, she simply put a dollop of yoghurt on one end of half a crepe, topped with diced mangoes and white chocolate

She then folded and rolled the crepe into a small parcel

She shared a TikTok video showing exactly how she created the snacks in just minutes

She then folded and rolled the crepe into a small parcel. She shared a TikTok video showing exactly how she created the snacks in just minutes

Her video has since been viewed more than 30,000 times with many saying they couldn’t wait to give it a go.

‘Oh my god, yes, and why not? My mouth is watering,’ one wrote.

Another said: ‘Damn these look like little parcels of heaven.’

‘These look incredible,’ one added, while another said: ‘They’re delicious.’ 



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