Blintz Bonanza: 16 Recipes Just in Time for Shavuot

Cheesecake is not the only dairy treat to enjoy during this holiday.

Shavuot is just over  a week away and we have had cheesecake on the brain for weeks now. But cheesecake is not the only dairy treat to enjoy during the holiday. Blintzes are also a beloved and traditional Ashkenazi dish to enjoy this time of year.

Sure, you can buy a box of frozen cheese or blueberry blintzes and call it a day (they are delicious and easy). But why not get a little creative and crazy with your combinations? We’ve put together 16 different sweet and savory blintz recipes sure to liven up your holiday table. Blintzes aren’t just for Shavuot either – they make a delicious and comforting brunch treat all year.

Savory Blintzes

Mozzarella and Sundried Tomato Blintzes

Savory Cheese and Zucchini Blintzes

Chickpea Flour Blintzes

Chicken Blintzes with Wild Mushrooms

Ground Beef Blintzes from Arbuz

Potato Blintzes from Epicurious

Grilled Hot Dog Blintzes

Chive Cream Cheese Blintzes with Poached Eggs from What Jew Wanna Eat

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Sweet Blintzes

Classic Cheese Blintzes

Strawberry Rhubarb Blintzes

Cheese Blintzes with Fresh Blueberry Compote

Ice Cream Blintzes from Joy of Kosher

Gluten-Free Blintzes

Cherry Cheese Blintzes from Taste of Home

Chocolate Blintzes with Chocolate Ricotta Filling and Cherry Sauce from Bobby Flay

Salted Caramel Banana Blintzes

 

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