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Awesome! This was my first time making blintzes so I called my mom for some tips: - I didn't flip the blintzes... just let them cook on one side until they kind of bubbled in the middle. This cut down on a lot of work/stress and kept one side uniformly colored, which I used as the outside. They tasted perfect and looked great. - I stacked them in between sheets of parchment paper/wax paper before filling. - I used a 9" pan and about 1/8+ cup of batter per blintz. - I doubled the recipe and got about 28 blintzes. Thanks for a great recipe!
Easy and Amazing! Thanks for posting.
This is the best recipe for blintzes!!! I'm a big fan of IHOP's and The Pancake Pantry in Gatlinburg, TN but I think this recipe is the best yet!!!! Thank you so much for posting this!
OMGoodness! I can't believe we're eating like this at home!! These were delicious. But we did add a little bit of lemon zest to the filling. Otherwise, this recipe is just perfect. Since they are a lot of work, if we make them again, we'll make up a double or triple batch and freeze the leftovers. We topped them with blueberry syrup from a recipe also found here at Recipezaar.
I HAVE to eat at Village Inn or IHOP everytime we go out of town just so I can have blintzes. So instead of waiting for a trip, I came looking for a recipe and decided on this one. Let me tell you I am SOOOO glad I did. It was easier than I thought it would be (crepes have always intimidated me). And they came out tasting EXACTLY like I had hoped for. Served with blueberry pie filling and sour cream on top. WONDERFUL!! Thank you so much
These blintzes are OUTSTANDING! I made triple the recipe to serve a crowd, and also made another 3 batches of just the blintz wraps, to use for another filling recipe (smoked salmon, dill and capers). I used tubs of whipped cream cheese instead of bricks of cream cheese, but I don't think it really affected the texture, as far as I could tell. These blintzes disappeared completely from my buffet table! Thanks, DiScharf! (Sorry no picture -- they were gobbled up too quickly!)
YUM!! have been searching for a recipe for these delicious little treats since seeing them being made on a cooking show on one of the local tv stations in my area . My 4 children now have a new favourite meal in the meal roster - thanks for sharing :)
I cut down the cream cheese in the filling and used more cottage cheese (drained) and actually didn't use the vanilla. The crepes were excellent, but I did add an extra yolk. Very, Very tasty.Oh, I fry them in butter and eat them with sour cream. Thanks!