Raspberry Baked Brie is the perfect holiday appetizer with just FOUR ingredients! It is quick and easy to make and a tried and true favorite!
Baked Brie is one of those appetizers that looks and tastes so fancy, but is so easy and quick you almost feel like you cheated. For more brie wonders try Maple Pecan Baked Brie or Cranberry Pecan Brie Bites. They both make amazing mouth watering appetizers.
This is a delicious holiday appetizer that will make preparing for holiday parties a breeze! Do you ever take notice about which appetizers get scarfed up versus the ones that sit there hardly touched? Well, this is a recipe that will be get inhaled. It’s so creamy, full of complimentary flavors and it looks like you slaved over it for hours. This is going to be one you’ll want to put in your rotation for sure.
When the brie is baked it gets super soft and melty, but not stringy, almost like a thick sauce. It makes it ideal for dipping, spreading and enjoying. Cooking it in a pastry keeps all that goodness contained till you’re ready to cut into it. Then watch as the marvelousness oozes from the golden flaky crust. It’s absolutely divine.
Bakes Brie is the perfect for Christmas and New Year’s Eve! Baked Brie is a classic and often a popular staple at parties and holiday gatherings. Brie is a mild, nutty, buttery cheese with hints of a fruity after tones which makes it ideal to pair with raspberries. You’re going to love this flavor combination and colors of white and red are perfect for the holidays!
With just four ingredients you can even assign the task of making the appetizer to your husband or kids. Even though it looks and tastes fancy the ingredients can all be found at your local grocery store. Even Brie is now usually carried at most stores, so you don’t have to drive all over town to find your ingredients.
With only 4 ingredients, this is super simple to put together. It is best served warm to get that oozy warm center. Make sure you plan ahead enough to have time to bake it. Trust me it’ll be worth serving warm.
Baking brie for the first time can seem intimidating but it couldn’t be more simple. No need to stress about this appetizer with these tips.
I’ve discovered there are two ways of thinking out there. People are either on team trim the rind or on team not to trim the rind. There are good reasons to do either, and it’s purely a matter of personal preference.
Baked brie is a favorite because you can serve it with many different things and it will all taste good. It will go perfectly on a cheese board too. Here are a few suggestions of what to serve it with.
Everyone loves a great appetizer. They make the party. It’s always fun to bring the showstopper of the table, but it’s even better when it also tastes spectacular as well. They are so fun to make and to eat, that’s probably why so many of us can make an entire meal out of just the appetizer table.
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 35 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Author Alyssa Rivers
Servings 12 People
Raspberry Baked Brie is the perfect holiday appetizer with just FOUR ingredients. Perfect for Christmas and New Years Eve!
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
Using a rolling pin, roll the puff pastry to a 1/4″ thickness.
Place the wheel of brie in the middle of the puff pastry.
Add the raspberry preserves on top of the brie.
Gently fold over the brie to cover it completely.
Move the brie wheel to a baking sheet.
Brush on the egg/water mixture.
Wipe away any egg collected under the brie on the baking sheet.
Bake for 35-40 minutes or until golden brown.
Allow to cool for five minutes before serving.
Updated on December 11, 2020
Originally Posted on December 21, 2017
Calories207kcal (10%)Carbohydrates16g (5%)Protein6g (12%)Fat13g (20%)Saturated Fat5g (25%)Cholesterol32mg (11%)Sodium178mg (7%)Potassium53mg (2%)Fiber1g (4%)Sugar5g (6%)Vitamin A131IU (3%)Vitamin C1mg (1%)Calcium41mg (4%)Iron1mg (6%)
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary depending on the brands you use, measuring methods and portion sizes per household.