Classic Blueberry Blintzes with a rich cheesy filling!
Ahhhh blueberry blintzes. So tasty. Must not lick screen. What’s a blintz you ask? Basically a Jewish crepe, traditionally filled with fruit or cheese. This delightful variety has both. You’re welcome. A cream cheesy filled blintz topped in a sweet blueberry sauce and doused in powdered sugar. But blueberries = fruit = healthy. Right?
Blintzes are one of those classic dishes my Bubbe would make growing up by the truckload. As if she were feeding everyone on the street, which she would happily do, not just my lucky brother and I. She would spread crepes all over the house, strategically placed on tea towels and careful that they did not stick to each other, fill them, roll them, and fry them. Oh boy.
A few weeks ago I had some horrible bug thing where I basically ate toast for four days. All foods sounded repulsive, and even worse, so did booze. Would I ever be the same again?? I especially was turned off by dairy, including my beloved cheese. It was a dark, dark time, folks. Luckily, I pulled through! And to celebrate, Blueberry Blintzes for all!
For the full recipe for Blueberry Blintzes, see my post on Imperial Sugar!
I created this recipe for Imperial Sugar, but as usual all opinions are my own.