UPDATE: Katie, the directions are now very easy to follow and I think this delicious recipe deserves 5 stars.
This dish is super delish and really easy to put together. Served it with warm Raspberry Sauce! Everybody loved it!
Different breakfast idea.
This is great - so easy and quite delicious. I added a bit more sugar to the cheese mixture. I included it in an Easter breakfast at church and it received great reviews. Thanks for sharing!
Great hit at my sunday brunches! it was so fluffy and yummy!
A definite family favorite. Finally a not to sweet blintz cassarole! We have been using this recipe for around two year. My 15 year old has mastered it. I like to serve it alone or with a no sugar added pie filling for the top. You can't go wrong. I do add 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon and 1tsp of vanilla to the cheese mixture.
Made a half recipe of this to try out with the rest of our Easter brunch and it was great. All the girls really liked it. This would be great to serve at tea parties too. Thanks for posting.
This is just incredible. I made it at Christmas, but put it together the night before (another recipe I considered said to do that, and the French Toast casserole had to be done that way) but the poor thing took almost 2 hours to bake. It turned into dessert. I made it again Saturday for a shower, and sent the recipe home with most of the women there. When you do it right then, and stick it in the oven, it really does take 45 minutes. People were calling it warm cheesecake. I served it with orange marmalade and Polaner all fruit, black cherry this time but strawberry, blueberry and raspberry for Christmas. I have a couple friends having showers this spring and I emailed the recipe to them too.
I made this casserole this morning for our school staff breakfast. It got rave reviews and everyone wanted the recipe. The only thing I did differently was to sprinkle a little cinnamon/sugar on the top before baking. It gave it a beautiful color. After the casserole cooled, I heated a can of Comstock Blueberry Pie Filling and spread it on the top of the casserole, then cut it into small squares. The texture was light and wonderfully tasty. And definitely, not the same old, same old that is usually brought to brunches or breakfasts. This is a KEEPER for sure!
This was great, I think I even like it better than regular blintzes. The only suggestion I have is to add fruit or jam to the top to make it a bit sweeter and add color. Thanks!