Three Ingredient Baked Brie
Baked Brie is an easy and delicious appetizer we made for the KSEE24 Morning Team for Home for the Holidays back in November. I haven’t had a chance to share the recipe with you yet, but I wanted to make sure I did!
Can three ingredients come together to taste that good? Oh yes, without a doubt – I guarantee if you take this to your next Holiday Party, everyone will gather round and it will be the first thing gone! When I lived in Minnesota, my friend Helen would make this for almost every party and it’s fabulous!
I’d like to share the segment from the news team, I think it’s something you’ll really enjoy! My folks were in town visiting and you’ll see a little excerpt explaining the recipe and also giving our football predictions (of which we failed miserably, ahhh! 😀 ) but still…..a good time was had by all! Because we were filming this at 5:30 in the morning…..I neglected to do a couple of things with the brie – like slice the top of the rind off….and really you should put the pecans on the brie when it comes out of the oven…..oops! Seriously, there are only three ingredients and I didn’t get it right! But we saved it by putting a little butter on the brie – I pulled it out of the oven after about 10 minutes, dotted it with butter and sliced open the brie – and then popped it back in. This allowed all the cheesiness to mix with the melted brown sugar and it was perfect!
Can it be this easy? Yes it is! When it’s hot and bubbly, remove it from the oven – slather this dip on french bread or your favorite crackers.
3 Ingredient Baked Brie
Sweet, crunchy and cheesy this dip will have everyone clamoring for more!
- 1 wheel brie cheese
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 cup chopped pecans
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
- Carefully peel & remove the rind from the top & sides of the wheel of brie. Place it in the skillet with the rind on the bottom. Top with brown sugar and bake until the brown sugar is melted and the cheese is gooey and bubbly. Remove from the oven and top with chopped pecans. Serve with french bread or crackers.