These are some common problems people have when making crepes.
Common problems people have with making crepes are; a lot of bubbles, small holes appearing in the center of the crepe, and the batter falling off upside-down the griddle back and going into the dipping plate. The cause for too many bubbly like things appearing on your crepe is probably that you put the beating batter mixture at a high speed in the mixer or blender or that you cooked the batter right after you mixed it. The cause for the small holes is simple the heat built up under the batter. The causes for the batter falling upside-down the griddle and going into the dipping plate could be that the crepe griddle was way too hot, there was too much oil on the griddle, the griddle was left in the batter too long, or it was suction from jerking up the crepe griddle after you dipped it. What you can do to fix or prevent bubbly problems is to mix at a lower speed or let the batter stand for at least 1 good hour. To fix or prevent the small holes from appearing in the center of the crepe is to use a spoon or a spatula to drip little bits of batter over the holes in the crepes while the crepe is cooking. To fix or prevent the batter from falling upside-down the griddle into the dipping plate is to lower the temperature, in which you are cooking with, wipe off all of the excess oil, dip it faster, and don’t jerk the batter.