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Blintz Brunch Bake

Blintz Brunch Bake recipe
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Here's an airy and lemony alternative to the usual brunch bake—a fluffy, not-too-sweet blintz made with Neufchatel and ricotta cheese.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
4/14/2009
I made this recipe for a breakfast party at work. Everybody loved it and wanted the recipe. I went back for seconds and it was gone.
posted:
4/11/2009
This is a great recipe for a brunch. I've made it for bridal showers and received raves and many requests for the recipe!
posted:
3/12/2009
Rich, but so good. Great for a snak.This also freezes very well. Just thaw over night In fridg.My wife makes it for special occasions.
posted:
2/24/2009
I had it at someone else's house. It's amazing! I'll be making it soon! It's not real sweet, and would be delicious with fruit for brunch.
posted:
12/14/2008
Use orange peel and juice instead of lemon. I'm allergic to lemon and always substitute it with orange. I used peaches on bottom like a previous suggestion. Delicious!!!!!!!!!!!!
posted:
12/7/2008
My boys (hubby and son) thought this was OK......But would have preferred something other then lemon flavor. Anybody have any ideas??? I thought it was great just as is.
posted:
11/5/2008
everybody really loved it....I did change it just a bit by sprinkling some cinnamon/sugar over the top of the filling and mixing it in just a little before adding the top layer...will definitely make it again; next time I think I will try a crunchier crust, maybe cookie crumbs or ????
posted:
6/16/2008
We LOVE this recipe! Great with fruit, or just on its own.
posted:
5/18/2008
You have to follow the directions carefully and you have to have a fruit sauce/syrup to add the final touch of flavor or it is a bit on the bland side. Overall a nice alternative to the standard brunch fare and not too complicated to make. Even in my finicky oven it baked perfectly even. But I also used a Stoneware dish, so maybe that's why it turned out so well.
posted:
3/30/2008
i was very disappointed. now i am not sure if i did not cook it long enough, but i feel the sides of the cake would have burned. to many good things are used and wasted so no yucky. I am a very good cook and have been cooking since i was 7.
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