This baked brie recipe is one for the record books! Warm Baked Brie with Jam is one of the easiest appetizers. It takes 20 minutes and you only need 5 ingredients!
It's fruity and creamy, slightly savory and sweet, with a nice crunch from the almonds and a hint of sharp minty flavors from the fresh thyme. It's quite an experience for your taste buds.
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Step aside cheese boards, we've got a new kid in town! This warm and melty, sweet and savory, uber delicious baked brie with jam is SO good. And it's here to stay.
After you take your first bite, you'll know what I'm talking about. Imagine this - melted cheese on a baking dish (or sheet pan) with your favorite jam, some nuts, a pinch of fresh herbs.
This cheesy party appetizer will 'wow' the tastebuds of all of your guests!
I love an easy dish and this baked brie recipe is truly just that! Super easy and quick. In fact, all you need is 20 minutes - start to finish. Best part, it's the perfect dish for a busy holiday season and is such an elegant appetizer without all of the hassle.
Save time making a cheese board and make this brie appetizer. Or do both - because cheese is delicious. Keep this around for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and especially New Year's in the lineup of easy holiday appetizers. You can also bring this to cookouts or gatherings. I can guarantee you, everyone will be asking you to make it over and over again as they scarf it down!
Brie is a soft cheese made from cow's milk. It's texture is soft and it tastes like a sharp yet creamy and smooth cheese.
Brie pairs well with different types of jam, nuts, and breads. Also note, the rind is edible so do not remove it!
This baked brie with jam recipe on has 5 ingredients. FIVE! Don't believe me, see below
Creamy Brie Cheese - You can find brie at your local grocery store in the cheese section. They also sell it at Target so it shouldn't be too hard to find! I used an 8 oz wheel for this recipe. If you're making this dish for a crowd, I would suggest using a 16 oz wheel.
Strawberry Jam or Preserves- you can a different type of jam, however, strawberries are in season and I really wanted something fun for summer that could also be enjoyed during the holidays! Fig jam is also delicious with this dish.
Thyme - fresh thyme adds a nice minty earthy flavor to tone down the sweetness of the recipe and really give it balance.
Almonds - for that crunch! Honestly, the melty cheese with the crunchy almonds mixed with the sweetness of the jam is my favorite part. If you don't like almonds, you can use different nuts!
No special equipment needed! Just a cookie sheet or a cast iron skillet / small oven-safe dish.
That's it! No puff pastry or crescent roll dough, no difficulty instructions - just baked brie, some delicious toppings, and a fun appetizer for literally any occasion.
Serve with your favorite crackers, bread, fresh fruit, or even breadsticks! Bon appetit!
Nope! The rind is edible and helps to keep the round structure of the brie. Leave the rind on.
Crackers, fresh fruit, bread, crostinis, a good wine, and pita chips too!
As for wine, I'd recommend Chardonnay or Viognier as a great wine pairing. I also recommend a brut champagne.
Feel free to get creative! You can use raspberry preserves with pistachios and rosemary, you can also do apricot jam with thyme and pecans! With the apricot jam, I love adding a little honey on top too. The possibilities are limitless!
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