Easy Cheese Blintzes With Bakerly Crepes

These creamy cheese blintzes are perfect for breakfast, a snack or even a dessert. Blintzes are versatile and you can substitute savory potato and onion or any filling you like in place of the traditional cheese filling!

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Servings: 12

Prep Time: 00:10

Cook Time: 00:20

Main Ingredients

2 packages of bakerly butter crepes

4 ounces of cream cheese, room temperature

15 oz ricotta cheese (whole milk)

3 tb powdered sugar

1 tsp lemon zest

1 tsp orange extract (or vanilla)

1 egg, beaten, room temperature

unsalted butter to saute and grease casserole dish

berries for garnish (optional)


1We use pre-made crepes for this recipe, like Bakerly brand. Or you can use your favorite crepe recipe like Martha Stewart's.

2Preheat the oven at 400.

3Mix the cream cheese with an electric mixer (or by hand) until it's smooth. Add ricotta cheese, sugar, extract, lemon zest and egg.

4Add 3-4 TB of filling into the center of the crepe and fold the bottom side up, and fold the sides in and then roll up like a burrito.

5Brush a casserole dish with melted butter and set aside.

6Turn the stove to medium low, and brush the bottom of your skillet with a bit of melted butter. When the butter starts to bubble a bit, add 1-2 blintzes.

7Saute them for 1-2 minutes on each side, or until they're golden. Once they are done, place blintzes in the prepared dish.

8Bake the blintzes for 10 minutes, or until the egg sets. Once they cool a bit, you can add powdered sugar and top with berries.

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