September 15, 2010

Super-Quick Appetizer: Baked Brie

Buttery, creamy Brie cheese is always a treat, but its flavors really come alive when heated to a gooey state. Better yet, add a little something sweet like honey to the rich, earthy-tasting cheese and a bread coating for the perfect Brie delight. I like to cut it into wedges. You can eat it on crackers or savor its flavors alone.
Baked Brie looks and sounds fancy, but all that it requires is drizzling honey on top of cheese, wrapping it in crescent roll dough, and baking. If you have an occasion that warrants buying a nice cheese for snacking, this is your new entertaining best friend.

Baked Brie
1 can crescent roll dough
1 round (or wedge) of Brie cheese
Honey (or fruit preserves, such as apricot)

Unroll crescent roll dough on a cookie sheet. Place Brie on center dough. Drizzle top of cheese with honey or spread with preserves. Wrap dough around Brie, removing any excess. Bake according to crescent roll instructions. Serve hot with crackers and fruit.

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