The Best Baked Brie Cheese Recipe


The Baked Brie is one of the brie cheese recipes that resonates well with our taste buds. Its mild flavor and creamy texture make it perfect for a variety of dishes. If you would love to be more adventurous and do something unique Brie, this post is for you. 

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Impress your visitors with this exquisite baked brie recipe—they won’t believe it took only 10 minutes to prepare!

Baked Brie Cheese

The greatest melting cheese in the world is baked brie, to put it simply. You’ll forget all your problems when you cut through the rind and the inside flows out like lava. It represents cheese lovers‘ paradise.

Aside from my passion to cheese, though, there’s a more sensible reason to consider Baked Brie: it’s the simplest appetizer/party starter ever!

All you have to do is bake a brie for fifteen minutes or microwave it for two minutes. Place it on a dish, top it with a pile of crunchy crackers, and watch as everyone digs in.


Baked Brie Cheese Ingredients

To prepare this quick baked brie dish, you’ll need the following four ingredients:

  • Brie: An 8-ounce wheel of Brie cheese is okay for a start.
  • Preserves: We recommend peach or apricot, but you can use your favorite type of preserves. You can also add jam.
  • Puff pastry: One sheet of puff pastry will be needed, thawed.
  • Egg white: Use an egg white to brush the puff pastry before baking to give it a shiny finish.

How to Make Baked Brie

1. Unwrap the Chees

Remove the cheese from its packaging, making sure to eliminate any thin coating of wax or parchment paper that may have been covering it, and arrange the brie either on a shallow baking dish or a baking sheet covered with parchment paper.

2. Score the Brie Wheel

It will be simpler to scoop out the melting cheese if you score the brie wheel. It’s lovely to slice the cheese without scoring it. To score the brie wheel, run a small pairing knife through the rind, being careful not to pierce the brie itself.

We suggest creating a checkerboard pattern by making three to four horizontal and three to four vertical incisions through the cheese’s rind.

3. Add the Jam

If using jam, spread 2-3 teaspoons in the center of the brie wheel. The jam will warm with the cheese and slowly spread across its surface.

4. Bake the cheese

Bake the cheese in the oven until warmed through. When you push on it, you will know it is ready because it feels really soft.


What Goes with Baked Brie

Avoid using chips or those thin, wafer-thin crackers when serving cheese with baked brie; they aren’t robust enough to mop up the melted cheese.

A simple (large!) sprinkle of honey or maple syrup would also not go amiss, even though the brie is flavorful and rich enough to make even a plain baked brie delicious.

The creamy, savory brie and sweet honey complement each other so well and give a new level of flavor that elevates this dish beyond amazing!

When you add a straightforward bunch of grapes to the serving platter—fruit and cheese mix together well and look great—your stunning and simple appetizer is ready to impress your family and guests.

How to Store the Leftovers

Any leftover brie can be kept in the fridge for up to five days if it is kept in an airtight container. The cheese may be reheated in the oven, sliced, and used on sandwiches or in a delicious grilled cheese sandwich.


We hope you enjoyed our exploration of Brie cheese recipes. With the right ingredients and a little bit of creativity, you can create your own brie cheese masterpiece.

So, next time you visit a grocery store, pick up some brie and do the experiment yourself. You will definitely love it.