By Brenda Storch, Messianic Rebbetzin of The Tabernacle
Traditionally a Yom Kippur fast is broken with dairy foods - bagels and cream cheese and the following Blintz Soufflé are perfect examples. They are much easier on the stomach than trying to hit it with a giant hamburger! Plus breakfast food is always great - even if it is after dark. This blintz soufflé will hit the spot. Satisfyingly filling and just the right amount of sweet. The best thing about this recipe is that you really can throw it together in the first ten minutes after the fast ends. Stick it in the oven, serve the bagels first, and it will be ready to go when people are ready for something sweet. You can also make it ahead of time and just reheat it--this is not a dish that suffers from reheating, so don't worry (though it may look slightly less puffy the second time it comes out of the oven).