Sunday, October 17, 2010

Baked Brie with Apple Butter

This is a super easy and delicious appetizer inspired by what we had at The Stone Cellar.

1 small round of Brie
Apple butter
Artisan bread

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Slice the brie in half lengthwise. Cover the inside of one half with a generous spread of apple butter and place in a baking dish. I used waxed paper so I wouldn't have to clean as much.

Place the other half of the brie on top, rind up, and cover that with more apple butter.

Bake the brie at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes, or until the cheese is melted and the apple butter beginning to caramelize.

While the brie is baking, toast some slices of bread to serve with the cheese.

Let the brie cool for a few minutes after you take it out of the oven. Cut into sixths and serve.

That's it! And it's delicious.


  1. So simple but looks so delicious. I can't believe i've never tried this

  2. baked bree, that must be awesome... nice n melty

  3. I had baked brie on crostini. As Kid Shelleen would say: "It was swell."

  4. Mmm...quelle bonne idée. Haha, come to France and we can use some vraie brie et baguette! I recently made apple butter...I have la recette si ça t’intéresse. Ce n'est pas difficile de tout. : ) And...if you don't use enough sugar, it's pretty much just supped up apple sauce. Mmm, tasty flawlessness. : D