8 Reviews

I had never made, nor eaten blintz before. When my husband asked me to make some for him for his birthday I found this recipe and all I can say is WOW! My family raved over how delicious this dish was and I was thrilled with how easy it was to prepare. My kids told me to save the recipe because they are going to want it on their birthdays too. I subsituted cream cheese and cottage cheese for the farmers cheese and ricotta because of personal preference and served it with fresh sliced strawberries and whipped cream.

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Tunnia July 26, 2010

Made this for Passover, and it was very much enjoyed. Not difficult to make at all, and it's only lightly sweetened so you can top it with something really sweet like Ice Cream or syrup (I made a strawberry sauce). Many thanks.

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rpgaymer April 18, 2014

Wow, good and easy, and quite healthy too! I used cottage cheese instead of farmer cheese and did it in the blender. I used fresh strawberries with it this morning, and in the future I would either sprinkle powdered sugar over it before serving, or just add more sugar to the recipe since we like things a little sweet here. I will be making this again this weekend, for our church 4th of July camp - we are cooking for about 140 people. This can be mixed up the night before then just baked in the morning, a real advantage when cooking for extreme quantities of peeps!

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Soup Queen July 02, 2008

Wonderfully easy and tasty dish. I changed very little. I didn't have farmers cheese so I used 1# of cream cheese. I also just used the juice of a whole lemon and then added the zest from the same. I also used 4tsp of Baking powder as I do not have a 1/4 Tablespoon measure. I topped it with apricot perserves. I served this with a red leaf salad w/manderin oranges and Honey dijon mustard.

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Maeven6 May 23, 2007

This was a big hit at a Brunch yesterday. I think I waited too long before serving it though and it lost the "puff." It was still excellent.

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jdubu April 09, 2007

This is my first time making a Blintz Puff as well. I made this with my 5 year old and used Strawberries. It was terrific! Easy, well written recipe, thanks for posting!

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~Leslie~ July 12, 2006

I don't know if I've ever had a Cheese Blintz Puff so not sure what to compare it to, but I can tell you it was wonderful. I made half of the recipe since there are just two of us and it turned out light and fluffy. It did kinda fall during the 10 minute wait period. I served this with Raspberry jam. Thanks.

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~Nimz~ July 07, 2006

WOW, WOW, WOW is this delicious!!!!!... light as a cloud and so yummy! I just made this using 2 cups ricotta cheese as I don't purchase farmer's cheese. This makes a fabulous weekend brunch or a light lunch, it is easy to put together, my family loved this! next time I will make two of them... thanks so much Bunny Mom!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz January 29, 2006
Easy Cheese Blintz Puff