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Easy Cheese Blintz Casserole Recipe

This easy cheese blintz casserole recipe is made from frozen blintzes that I buy in the store. Yes, I roll that way sometimes. But you won’t be sorry. Just beat together a few eggs, some sugar and sour cream and you have a winning brunch or brinner casserole!

cheese blintz casserole recipeIt will take me longer to write this post than to make this easy cheese blintz casserole recipe.

This is a super recipe to have in your repertoire because it is fast, simple and satisfying.

A cheese blintz casserole, which some often call souffle, is another Jewish dish, that is served at a Jewish dairy meal.

We often break the fast on Yom Kippur with this cheese blintz casserole recipe along with lox and bagels.

It is traditional, but my famous frozen cheese souffle, that is not, is often on the table, too. 

Traditional that it isn’t. It is superb and it you want something more savory, rather than sweet, than that is the way to go.

I really should take some new photos of it.

But we are on to this blintz souffle. If you wanted you could make your own crepes and filling.

It isn’t hard, but why bother?

I buy the Golden blintzes in the frozen section of my grocery and Costco is selling some pretty good blintzes now, too!

I’ve tried Trade Joes blintzes also, but still prefer Golden.

Topping the frozen blintzes with a sweet sour cream and egg topping that puffs up over the blintzes is why I believe some call this a souffle. Whatever!

A blintz souffle is perfect for brunch. It is perfect to break the fast and it comes together quickly.

It is comfort food and I love it even for brinner.

My mother never made it. In fact I’m not sure I even had blintzes when I was a kid.

I think I probably discovered them at a Haddassah luncheon way back when.

The good thing is that I discovered them!

They can be served with maple syrup but I like mine with home made jam.

My raspberry rose or strawberry black pepper jam tastes awesome with these.

cheese blintz casserole recipe

One can buy fruit filled blintzes, but I prefer the cheese variety, because that way I can choose my own toppings.

So that is it. My mom requested this recipe and now she has it.

If you are looking for a great recipe to make for a special occasion this cheese blintz casserole might just be what you need!

Like I said this dish is perfect for Jewish holidays like Yom Kippur, and it’s a Jewish classic that’s sure to impress your guests.

It’s a simple dish that can be made with pre-made frozen blintzes, or you can make your own using a cheese blintz recipe.

Either way, this cheese blintz casserole is a must-try!

cheese blintz casserole recipe with blintz on plate with jam

How to Make this Cheese Blintz Casserole Recipe:

To make the cheese blintz casserole, you will need the following batter ingredients:

Room Temperature Eggs, Sugar, Melted Butter, Sour Cream and Vanilla extract

Combine these ingredients in a large measuring cup and mix well using a whisk.

To assemble the cheese blintz casserole, you will need a buttered casserole dish.

Preheat your oven to 350°F.

Place a single layer of cheese blintzes in the prepared dish.

Spread the sour cream filling over the blintzes making sure they are all covered.Bake the cheese blintz casserole for 45 minutes, or until the top is golden brown and the filling is set.

If the top isn’t browning, place under the broiler for a few minutes until it turns golden.

cheese blintz casserole recipe

Once the cheese blintz casserole recipe is done baking, let it cool for a few minutes before serving.

Top the blintzes with a dollop of sour cream and some fresh fruit, or sprinkle some lemon zest or cinnamon on top for an extra pop of flavor.

This dish is perfect for brunch, or you can serve it for dessert and call it a blintz soufflé.

The cheese blintz casserole is a great recipe that’s easy to make and sure to impress.

Whether you use pre-made frozen blintzes or make your own, this dish is perfect for any occasion.

Try it out next time you’re looking for a delicious breakfast or dessert dish!

But like I said, I also love this for a simple dinner with a side of fresh fruit and perhaps some smoked fish.

Short of making your own blintzes, this very simple cheese blintz casserole recipe is the way to go!

cheese blintz, raspberry jam

Other Brinner Ideas:

Everything But the Bagel Scrambled Eggs
Frozen Cheese Souffle
Shakshuka in Purgatory
Green Chile Egg Souffle

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Cheese Blintz Casserole

Easy Cheese Blintz Casserole Souffle

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  • Author: Abbe Odenwalder
  • Prep Time: 15 Minutes
  • Cook Time: 30 - 45 Minutes
  • Total Time: 60 Minutes
  • Yield: 3 Servings 1x
  • Category: Main Course
  • Cuisine: American


This simple cheese blintz casserole made from frozen blintzes is always a crowd pleaser!


Units Scale

1 pkg of 6 cheese blintzes (found in the frozen foods section at groceries or in the refrigerated at Costco)
2 T melted butter
1/4 c sugar
3/4 c sour cream
1 t vanilla
2 eggs

Maple Syrup or jam for serving


Preheat oven to 350.

Place melted butter in a 7 x 10 casserole dish and then roll each blintz in the butter and place seam side down in pan. Arrange them in one row.

Mix sugar, sour cream, vanilla and eggs together. Whisk well for a few minutes until lightened. Pour over blintzes in pan.

Sprinkle with cinnamon if you desire.

Bake for 30 to 45 minutes until lightly browned or you can place this under the broiler to brown for a few minutes.

Serve with syrup or jam!


We love this for Yom Kippur when we break the fast. I also love serving this for brunch to a crowd. I make 13 x 9 pans and just double or triple the recipe accordingly!




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Sunday 24th of September 2023

Do you defrost the blintzes first or keep them frozen?


Sunday 24th of September 2023

Frozen! Enjoy!


Sunday 6th of August 2023

I have made this recipe for over 40+ years! My only deviations are I often use a combo of cheese and fruit (blueberry and/or cherry) blintzes. I always prep it the night before so it sits in the refridge over night. Perfect for Break the Fast or any brunch. And always a crowd pleaser.


Sunday 6th of August 2023

Love the idea of putting it in the fridge overnight. Do you have to bake it longer?


Sunday 6th of March 2022

Made this for brunch today. It was great. I didn’t have the pan size suggested, so I spaced out the blintzes in an 8x8 pan. I made a blueberry compote for topping.


Friday 11th of September 2015

Have to agree, this IS perfect for brunch!!! I love souffles so a casserole? YES PLEASE! :)

Abbe Odenwalder

Sunday 13th of September 2015

I agree, Nagi. Casseroles are perfect for brunch!

Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen

Friday 11th of September 2015

This casserole looks absolutely divine and hearty. SO many awesome flavors. Loving this! :)

Abbe Odenwalder

Sunday 13th of September 2015

Thanks Anu! They are simple flavors that bring out the best!