Baked Cranberry Walnut Brie with a homemade cranberry sauce is a stunning festive appetizer; perfect for Thanksgiving and Christmas celebration.
Hello dear Brie!
Sorry, I obviously meant “hello, friends!” I was just destructed with the pictures and thoughts about this delicious appetizer. How’s been this Brie treating you so far? Oh well, I certainly wanted to ask you: “How’s this week has been treating you”.
I guess all these small talks are just useless today because all I can focus on is this Baked Cranberry Walnut Brie. Let me just post the recipe and get over this thing!
I must confess I never tried baked brie until this recipe. I thought there’s nothing special in this kind of appetizer even though I do like the way baked brie (or camembert) tastes on flatbreads and crostini. However, I was wrong! It is not that much about the flavour profile – though I think the flavour gets better once it’s baked. Baked brie is about the texture. All this rich and gooey goodness, and you need just a cracker to dig into this molten situation. Once it cools down and hardens, you’ll need a help of a knife, but the texture and flavour profile are still wonderful.
And you want to make it a super elegant festive recipe? Just top it with some cranberry sauce, walnuts, and fresh herbs. Red and green against white? That’s Christmas time!
Of course, you can use a store-bought cranberry sauce, but I recommend making a homemade batch; it’s so easy yet the flavour is much better. However, if you want to omit this step, please go ahead and use a jar from your store.
Either ways, it’s going to be so delicious!
Should I try any other toppings for baked brie? What’d you recommend?
Cheers for now and have a great weekend!
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