The combination of tart cranberry sauce and creamy Brie cheese is irresistible! You can prepare it in advance and just pop it in the oven. I use my own Cranberry Orange Sauce (I've posted the recipe on Just A Pinch) which is super easy and so delicious! This recipe also works with Camembert cheese.
Blue Ribbon Recipe
This is a simple, but elegant, appetizer that will please just about anyone on Thanksgiving (or at any point in the holiday season). The buttery Brie is creamy when it melts and its savory flavor is a nice contrast to the tart cranberries. Walnuts add a nice crunch. We loved eating this with sliced apples. The sweetness from the apples is a lovely combination with the baked Brie. When you're limited on time, this quick and easy appetizer can be put together in no time.
We'd recommend letting your Brie come to room temperature before baking. If your Brie is still cold this recipe will still work, you just may have to add a few minutes of baking time.
Preheat oven to 400.
Place Brie in a small round casserole as close to the size of the cheese round as possible.
Top Brie with cranberry sauce.
Then top with the walnuts.
Cover tightly with foil.
Bake approximately 10 minutes. Brie should be fully melted.
Serve warm with sliced a selection of your choice of sliced French bread, crackers, or pear and apple slices.
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