Baked Brie Bites: An Easy Holiday Recipe!
Happy Holidays! If you need to make a bunch of food to share and need it to come together quickly, look no further! These Baked Brie Bites are easy to customize and perfect for any holiday get-together.
Watch the tutorial
Read the recipe
-Crescent rolls (most brands sell them in counts of 8; buy as many as you need to feed your crew!)
-Fruit filling (we used cranberry sauce, raspberry preserves, and apricot preserves)
-1 large wedge of brie cheese
-Cooking spray or butter (for greasing tins)
1) Grease muffin tins
2) Open and roll out crescent dough
3) Pull dough apart at perforations to form triangles. Fold corners in slightly to create a loose "cup" shape, then place in muffin tins
4) Add a small slice of brie to each cup (slightly larger than the pad of your thumb)
5) Top each cup with a teaspoon of fruit filling. If you'd like, add a pecan or walnut on top
6) Loosely tuck in excess crescent dough. It's okay if some of the cheese and fruit filling is still exposed!
7) Bake according to crescent roll instructions (For Pillsbury brand--which we used--it was 11-13 minutes at 375 degrees)
8) They're done! Leave them to cool slightly, then remove from muffin tins. They should come out easily, but may require a quick swipe around the edges with a butter knife to loosen.
We mention this in the video, but you can stuff these brie bites with just about anything you want! In addition to a wide array of fruit spreads, here's a few other options:
-Breakfast brie bites with bacon or sausage (in lieu of the fruit)
-Buffalo bites with buffalo sauce, bleu cheese crumbles, and celery slivers
-Pizza pockets with marinara, mozzarella cheese, and pepperoni
Let us know if you give any of these a try, or any additional modifications you'd make!