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Easy Entertaining with Baked Brie!

23 Comments 12 November 2008

I know what you’re thinking! Two posts, two days in a row about food. Erika must be hungry lately! Howver, with today’s portion of the gift guide all about Entertaining, I couldn’t resist sharing this really easy recipe for Baked Brie that I make on a regular basis. (Sometimes, on fend-for-yourself night here in our house, I make this for myself for dinner and reheat the leftovers for lunch the next day. Yum!)

You will need:

1 large wheel or wedge of brie

1 package unbaked crescent roll dough (I like Pillsbury, but use what you will!)

Preserves (I like Bonne Maman Rasberry Preserves)

Brown Sugar (optional)

If you are using a wheel of brie, you need to cut through the rind. I just cut an “X” evenly across the top so that I puncture the rind and get into the cheese.

Unwrap the crescent roll dough, and, without seperating the pieces of dough, place your wheel or wedge of brie in the middle of it. Wrap the dough almost entirely around the brie, leaving your “seam” at the top. Before you pinch the top of the dough together, spoon a generous amount of preserves over the top, covering the cheese. Add a couple of spoonfuls of brown sugar on top of the preserves to help make a sweet sauce. Close the top by pinching the dough together.

Spray a baking dish with non-stick spray, and place the brie into it to bake, uncovered at 350 for 15-30 minutes, or until the crescent roll shell is cooked and the cheese in the center is gooey enough to scoop onto crackers. Take out of the oven, transfer to a plate using a spatula, and serve immediately! I like to serve mine with Carr’s Table Water Crackers with Cracked Pepper, they add a little spice to the Brie but you can serve it with crustinis or whichever types of crackers you would like!

That’s it! I told you it was easy! If you want to get a little more fancy, take a cookie cutter to some of the extra cresent roll dough and place the shape on top of the brie to bake. A Christmas tree baked onto the Brie is always a nice touch! Enjoy!

Your Comments

23 Comments so far

  1. This pic makes it look really delicious but I’ve never been a big fan of Brie. I might have to try it!

  2. Jamie says:

    YUMMY! This sounds dee-lish! And I bet it looks really pretty too – to serve at a fancy schmancy get together! Not that I have many of those, but you never know what the future holds! Haha!

  3. Jess says:

    Yummo looks so good!

  4. Christine says:

    Thank you for the great recipe, it looks so delicious, gotta try this!

  5. AutumH says:

    Never tried anything like this before!Maybe I should whip it up for the family and see what they think!

  6. Anne says:

    I love baked brie! I think the Taylor household will be having this come next fall!

    Thanks

  7. Christie says:

    sounds delish!! My mouth is watering!!!!!!

  8. Diana says:

    Great recipe! Thanks!

  9. Amy B. says:

    This looks so good. I am going to have to try it out.

  10. rachel0 says:

    What an great idea! I’ve often seen/had this an appetizer but didn’t want to deal with dough (I love cooking but I am NOT into pastry-making) but this looks do-able! Thanks!

  11. hallie says:

    Now I want soomething sweet! MMm and buttery and goooey. Wonder how it would be as a savory dish.. with chicken and… pesto? hmm

  12. Tara Hill says:

    I’m not supposed to eat brie while pregnant, but it looks great!

  13. Christie says:

    Mmmm….sounds delish! et très francais:)

  14. michelle says:

    That looks great, I am going to have to try it! I am available next Wednesday about 4 pm, is that a good time for you? ….lol

  15. Angie E says:

    Hello,
    I wanted to tell you that I used your recipe and made this the other day! It turned out great! I used a different flavor preserves than you, but everyone really liked it!
    Thanks for sharing the recipe with us!
    baileybobby6(at)hotmail.com

  16. Valerie says:

    sounds so yummy!

  17. Danielle says:

    This sounds yummy! I think this will be mommies dinner tonight!

  18. Meg T says:

    I’ve never thought of using crescent roll dough! I’ve only seen it done with puff pastry–AWESOME!! This is seriously one of my favorite foods hands-down, Thanks for the recipe.

  19. Kay says:

    Mouthwatering…ooohh yum!!!

  20. Claire says:

    I JUST made this last night for my neighbor but I use puff pastry and on the inside, brown sugar and pecans! It is TO DIE FOR!!! I love brie!!!!!!

  21. I just drooled on my keyboard. Thanks a lot. ;-) Seriously, that looks AMAZING.

  22. Kristin says:

    OMG so yummy! When we get into the new house Im trying it fo sho!


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  1. Christmas Gift Guide 2008: Entertaining and Hostess Gifts - November 12, 2008

    [...] Need a great appetizer that is easy but will make your guests go “ooooh, this is fantastic!!”?  If so, check out the recipe that I posted on my blog today for an easy baked brie. [...]

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