Baked brie with apples and honey

I posted my Christmas menu on Monday and I knew immediately baked brie was going to be part of it. I decided on an apple and honey combination – who doesn’t love apple and honey? Bring on another crowd pleaser!

I realize the photos for this post are not the most amazing. In the process of creating and testing this recipe, I was hungry. Hunger and food photography do not mix. I repeat, hunger and food photography really do not mix. I took the time to make the apples on the stove and then wait for the brie to bake in the oven….BUT I got impatient and tried to move the brie to quickly. It exploded.

However, I decided to post picture and recipe anyways because my guess is that this is actually what the end product will look like for many of you too. It’s not always about perfection, it’s about delicious. And if you expect it, when it happens you won’t be disappointed. 

After I finally took a few photos, my husband and I ate almost this entire melty goodness. And yes, I am slightly embarrassed to say we also ate dinner afterwards. The apple and honey combination is perfect and if it’s gone between two people, it will be gone with a crowd in no time. Serve with crackers, sliced apples and fresh baguette. Enjoy!

Baked Brie with Apples and Honey
  • 1 wheel brie cheese (approximately 13oz)
  • 1 whole apple, chopped
  • 2 tbsp water
  • 1 tsp local honey
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Place brie on lined baking pan. 

  2. Heat small sauce pan over medium heat. Chop apples into chunks and add into hot saucepan. Add water into saucepan

  3. Cook apples for 10 minutes, mashing every few minutes

  4. Turn off heat. Using a spoon, add 1 tsp honey to apple mixture in hot pan, ensuring apples are mashed. Mix well

  5. Pour hot apple & honey mixture over brie. Cook for 20 minutes 

  6. When brie is done cooking, let sit for a few minutes. Serve & enjoy!

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