Baked Brie

This is a fancy food that is not so hard to make. I used to serve this when i waitressed at fancy parties and now I serve it in my home. You can prepare this ahead to make life easy.

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  • Take out the pastry to defrost, this will be the most time consuming step.
  • Once it is defrosted, roll the dough out to more of a round shape.
  • I do this right on the cookie sheet that I am going to cook it on.
  • I also like to have a layer of parchment paper so that it won't stick later.
  • Preheat the oven to 400.
  • Once the dough is rolled out, spread the preserves lightly on the entire surface.
  • You may not use all the preserves, it should be just a thin coating.
  • Cut the rind off the top of the brie only.
  • Place the brie in the center of the pastry.
  • Use a knife to break the almonds.
  • In a pan heat them with the butter for 3-5 minutes, stirring constantly.
  • Layer the brown sugar on top of the brie.
  • Place the nuts on top and finish off with the cinnamon and nutmeg.
  • Fold the pastry up around the brie, not pulling to make holes.
  • Squeeze the pastry together, using wet hands or extra preserves to help it stick.
  • Beat one egg with a little water to make an egg wash.
  • Brush the egg onto the pastry all over.
  • Place the brie in the oven for 20 minutes.
  • Check on it at this time, some ovens need a few extra minutes to give it a nice golden color.
  • Serve with crackers or without.
  • I have used this as a stand in for cheese and crackers and as a side dish for beef stew, and both times every bite disapeared.
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"This is a fancy food that is not so hard to make. I used to serve this when i waitressed at fancy parties and now I serve it in my home. You can prepare this ahead to make life easy."
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  1. donnaarch
    Made this for a baby shower. I'm not a big brie person, but it's the mom-to-be's favorite cheese. It was a huge hit, and went faster than any other appetizer. I even liked it. Thank you.
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  2. petlover
    yummy-and easy this is a wonderful recipe-i used extra preserves ( i love the sweet preserves with the brie) and everyoneenjoyed this- not a drop left! thanks for this awesome recipe
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  3. Sitka Sound
    This is a great recipe. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is because I thought the recipe was not written clearly and would be much easier to follow if the steps were rewritten.
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  4. Marguerite214
    This was awesome and so easy! I've never made baked brie before! I took it to a party and everyone loved it! I used an 8oz brie round and sliced almonds. The puff pastry was the perfect size! I did use pepridge farm. I also put some apricot preserves on top of the brown sugar and nuts. Just about a teaspoon or so. Thanks Emily for posting!
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  5. CIndytc
    This was fantastic..I made this with Sugar Free Apricot Preserves and it was great for Easter
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