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I don't know about your mom, but mine loved blintzes, especially with sweet cheese filling. She called them "blitzens," which isn't a word at all, but we knew what she meant. No matter how chi-chi the restaurant, if blintzes were on the menu, that's what she ordered.

Serbian Sweet Cheese Palachinke with Custard Sauce
Serbian Sweet Cheese Palachinke with Custard Sauce
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Blintzes, known in Eastern Europe as nalesniki, palacsinta, and palachinke or palacinke, just to name a few, are thin pancakes or crepes that are eaten morning, noon and night. The fillings range from sweet to savory and the variety is staggering. Hungarians love to stack their filled crepes and slice them like a cake.

If mom were here, I would whip up a big batch of sweet cheese blintzes with strawberry topping for Mother's Day breakfast. Maybe your mom would enjoy one of these recipes.

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