After a day of fasting on Yom Kippur, it's traditional to mark the end of the holiday with a breakfastlike dairy meal. Gentle and comforting on empty stomachs, dishes such as blintzes fit the bill. This recipe is a classic — a rich, creamy filling enhanced by a topping of lightly sweetened fresh blueberries. The crêpelike wrappers can be made and filled a day ahead, so the only steps that need be done at the last minute are frying the blintzes and making the sauce.
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