Baked Brie Cheese Board

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baked brie cheese board

I always say that making a cheese board is the key to winning the appetizer game. But I’ll take it one step further, serving baked brie is how to win people’s hearts over forever. Brie is always my go-to for dinner parties; it’s the perfect vehicle for fruits from every season. Plus, baked brie is super easy– you can get all fancy and sauté a concoction to put on top, but in its simplest form, just grab a brie wheel, slap on your favorite jam, and bake it. When it’s a cheese-for-dinner kind of night, my cheese of choice is always ooey, gooey, comforting baked brie.

Brie is one of the most versatile cheeses, and I’ve got the recipes to prove it! Check out my Olive and Brie Crostini, Smashed Blackberry and Brie Crostini, Baked Brie and Strawberry Salad, and Brie Brulee.

baked brie with jam

What to Serve with Baked Brie

This appetizer board is just as easy to make as it is tasty to eat! Here’s how to do it.

Ingredients

Cheese

  • Baked Brie (see recipe)

Carbs

  • Sourdough Flatbreads
  • Baguette, sliced

Spreads

  • Fig Jam
  • Honey

Produce

  • Red & Green Apples, sliced
  • Pears, sliced
  • Pomegranate, quartered
  • Dried Orange Slices
  • Blackberries

Accoutrement

  • Roasted & Salted Almonds

Garnish

  • Fresh rosemary
baked brie cheese

How to Make Baked Brie (without pastry)

  • Preheat the oven to 375°F. 
  • In a small cast iron pan or a small oven-safe pan (I also like this brie baking dish as seen in the photo below), add 1 mini Brie wheel then top with 1 tablespoon blackberry jam (or jam of your preference) and 2 rosemary sprigs. 
  • Bake for 8 to 12 minutes, then remove from the oven and serve immediately.

Put It All Together

  • Start by placing the warm pan of brie towards the end of the board. I used my favorite rectangle board with a lip (only $25). Add the fig jam and honey, along with a honey dipper for serving, to separate ramekins or small bowls and place on the other end of the board.
  • Fan the sliced baguette, apples, and pears around the pan. 
  • Add the flatbreads to the edge of the board (opposite from the baguette), then add the pomegranate to the center. 
  • Fan the orange slices and any remaining apple or pear around the honey and jam bowls.  
  • Add blackberries on top of the brie, then garnish the board with the remaining blackberries, almonds, and a few sprigs of rosemary.
how to bake brie

Baked Brie Toppings

The best part about brie is that it pairs just as well with sweet as it does savory! In other words, it’s pretty hard to go wrong when it comes to toppings. Here are some of my favorites:

Sweet

  • Blueberries
  • Strawberries
  • Raspberries
  • Grilled peaches 
  • Edible flowers
  • Cranberries
  • Candied pecans
  • Roasted Grapes (find my recipe here)
  • Pomegranate seeds
  • Caramel sauce

Savory

  • Roasted garlic
  • Sundried tomatoes
  • Caramelized onions
  • Bacon
  • Roasted tomatoes
  • Prosciutto
  • Roasted mushrooms

Show Me Your Boards

I hope this post inspires you to create delicious appetizers. Nothing makes me happier than seeing the beautiful spreads you create from my tips. If you make something inspired by this post, please tag me at @ainttooproudtomeg so I can see and share! 

And, If you liked this recipe, please rate and review.

Baked Brie Board

Description

This easy baked brie dish makes a delicious appetizer with toppings like fig jam, honey, apples, and pecans.

Ingredients
  

Cheese

  • Baked Brie (recipe in post)

Carbs

  • Sourdough flatbreads
  • Baguette sliced

Spreads

  • Fig jam
  • Honey

Produce

  • Red & Green Apples sliced
  • Pears sliced
  • Pomegranate quartered
  • Dried orange slices
  • Blackberries

Accoutrement

  • Roasted & Salted Almonds

Garnish

  • Fresh rosemary

Instructions

  • Start by placing the warm pan of brie towards the end of the board. Add the fig jam and honey, along with a honey dipper for serving, to separate ramekins or small bowls and place on the other end of the board.
  • Fan the sliced baguette, apples, and pears around the pan.
  • Add the flatbreads to the edge of the board (opposite from the baguette), then add the pomegranate to the center.
  • Fan the orange slices and any remaining apple or pear around the honey and jam bowls.
  • Add blackberries on top of the brie, then garnish the board with the remaining blackberries, almonds, and a few sprigs of rosemary.
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