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  • 1 wheel Brie cheese
  • 10 to 12 phyllo dough sheets
  • Cranberry jam
  • 1/2 stick melted butter
  • 2 rosemary sprigs for garnish

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Baked Brie with Cranberry Jam is definitely a crowd pleaser and a “must” appetizer for all of your holiday, or party gatherings. It’s relatively simple to prepare. I actually used my own cranberry sauce recipe for the jam, but if you are a bit low on time, you can substitute with jarred apricot or even red raspberry jam (preserves). Click here to view my cranberry sauce recipe. One thing I really like about this recipe is that it can be served warm, or at room temperature.

a piece of baked brie with cranberry jam and rosemary

Phyllo dough comes frozen, but you can easily thaw in the fridge overnight, or lay on counter for about an hour. The dough can be difficult to work with, but if you keep it hydrated (brushed with melted butter) as you are working with it, all will be fine. I used this one from Athens Brands. Or, you can make your own!

a box of Athens phyllo dough


Heat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare your brie first. You do not have to, but I like to remove as much of the rind as possible. Gently, and with a very sharp knife, cut as much off as you can without cutting off too much of the cheese. It’s ok if just a little is left on the cheese.

Lay down four to five sheets of phyllo dough on a flat surface. Overlap those with another another four or five sheets. You need to create a large base, because you will be wrapping the cheese (see pics below). Brush the dough generously with the melted butter.

Place the wheel of brie in the middle of the buttered phyllo sheets. Top with the jam of your choice. If you are substituting with red raspberry jam, I like to sprinkle in a few red pepper flakes. There are two options I use for wrapping the cheese. For this recipe, I just made folds in the dough as I was covering the cheese. I wanted to see the cranberry jam. Alternatively, you can cover the entire wheel with the phyllo. It’s entirely up to you. Once you have the brie wrapped, brush all edges with a bit more of the melted butter.

Place in a non-stick pan or pie plate and allow to bake until the dough becomes nice and golden brown. This will take about 12 to 15 minutes. Try not to over bake as the brie may start melting from the bottom. You can broil for a minute at the end to brown the top.

Remove the Baked Brie with Cranberry Jam from the oven. Allow to rest in the pan for a few minutes. Place in serving dish. Or, do as I did, and make it the star of a charcuterie/cheese board. Click here for my Charcuterie and Formage ideas. Garnish with fresh rosemary sprigs. ENJOY!!!


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  1. […] serve on the Thanksgiving table, but also use for leftovers. I will also be making plenty for a Baked Brie dish. Honestly, making your own cranberry sauce could not be easier. Honestly, ten to fifteen […]

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