My rule of thumb? Never show up to anyone’s home empty handed. Whether I’m a guest at a party or just hanging out at a friend’s house, I always show up with a little something to contribute. I discovered this amazing baked brie dish (thanks to my mother-in-law), and now I never have to worry about what to bring when I’m scrambling at the last minute. It’s a quick, delicious, and easy appetizer for a crowd (and always re-requested)! Today I’m sharing the recipe with you just in time for the holidays. This is great to bring to parties, events, or even just to make when hosting a casual evening. This baked brie app is ALWAYS a hit with a crowd and requested over and over again. Confession: I make it for almost every holiday!
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Ingredients: Trader Joe’s Crescent Rolls | One large wedge of regular Brie Cheese | jar of raspberry preserves, I love these from Trader Joe’s
Arrange the crescent rolls in a spiral shape in an over-safe dish.
Cut the rind off the brieCut the wedge lengthwise. Arrange both slices in the middle of the spiral.Spoon heaping tablespoons of preserves in between each spiral.Cover with foil and bake for 25 minutes
Baked Brie with Jam:
- One can of Pillsbury Butter Flake Crescent Rolls
- One large wedge of regular Brie Cheese
- One jar of raspberry preserves, I love these from Trader Joe’s (but you can sub any flavor to your taste!)
- Preheat oven to 400F. Arrange the crescent rolls in a spiral shape in an over-safe dish. A ceramic pie dish works best because it can be served straight from the oven!
- Cut the rind off the brie, trying to preserve as much of the “meat” of it as possible (can you tell I’m not well-versed in kitchen terminology)?!
- Cut the wedge lengthwise. Arrange both slices in the middle of the spiral.
- Fold the crescent rolls ends over the brie to meet in the middle.
- Spoon heaping tablespoons of preserves in between each spiral. It will look most visually appealing after baking if you tuck the spoonfuls under each crescent.
- Cover with foil and bake for 25 minutes, remove foil for last 5 minutes-it’s ready when the crescent rolls are golden brown and the brie melts!
- Serve warm, crackers optional. Enjoy!
If you give this recipe a try, let me know in the comments below! It makes for a great holiday appetizer!
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