Updated: Aug 15, 2019
Baked Brie is an easy and pleasing appetizer to wow your guests, or spoil yourself on a Monday night!
Which ever you choose, I promise baked brie is a total show stopper.
Who here loves to snack? One of my favorite things to do is pour a glass of wine and break out some yummy snacks and talk with friends and family or watch a good movie. I love making Baked Brie because I can enjoy this with a many or by myself.
When I discovered this mini Brie Baker I was sold! Not only is this ceramic dish adorable but it does it's job. Perfect baked brie in a cute ceramic dish? Sold!
This r stoneware baker makes preparing this delectable dish easier than ever: simply top with a drizzle of honey or spread of your favorite jam, bake for 15 minutes in a 350 degree oven, & enjoy! Includes acacia wood spreader crafted from stoneware handles for easy transport Oven-safe up to 350 degrees.
I decided to top my Brie with this really yummy spiced pear pineapple jam that was gifted to me. It was handmade by one of my mothers bunco friends. I suggest finding a unique jam at the farmers market or maybe making a jam yourself!
You can also top baked brie with a drizzle of honey,
Step 1: Select the Perfect Brie
There are a variety of brie options on the market and any of them will technically work. Eight-ounce "double cream" yields excellent results (triple cream can result in melted brie that is too runny).
Step 2: Prepare the Cheese.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Using a sharp knife, slice off the very top of the cheese. Leave most of the outer white rind in place; it will keep the melted cheese from spreading.
Step 3: Bake the Cheese
Set the brie in the brie baking dish.After 12 to 13 minutes, check the brie to make sure it is not burning. It should typically be done in about 15 minutes. The brie could take longer, it depends on your oven. The goal is to get the white rind as soft as possible. The longer the brie stays in the oven, the better the result.
Step 4: Add Optional Toppings
Brie tastes wonderful with a mix of both savory and sweet toppings. Try drizzling some maple syrup on top and then adding salted, toasted nuts and dried cranberries for a bit of crunch and tartness. Or get creative and come up with your own brie toppers.
*I added a spiced pear jam. It turned out amazing.
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