Cranberry Brie Bites Recipe
Tangy cranberry sauce, creamy Brie cheese, and walnuts come together in crispy shells for bite-size Thanksgiving appetizers with wow factor.
Wow! This recipe was a huge hit at the party. All what I kept hearing was 'who made these?'. These were gone so quickly. Because I didn't have time to prep and cut puff pastry, I bought frozen mini phyllo cups. These were actually perfect and made for bite-sized appetizers. I would do this again every time! I also did not cut off the rind of my brie. It's not necessary and it's totally edible. Save yourself some time :) I put the phyllo cups on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper then prepped my cups. I used probably about 1/4 teaspoon of cranberry sauce in each. My brie pieces were about 1/4 to 1/2 inch and I finely crumbled my walnuts and sprinkled them over, since chopped pieces would be too big for the cups. Topped it off with the coarse sea salt. I baked these according to the directions on the phyllo cups which was 350 degrees F for about 18-22 minutes until they were golden brown. The bites were crispy, the flavor was amazing and the clean up was a breeze! Great recipe!! Wi
AMAZING recipes. I made these for Thanksgiving as an app. My family thought they were super fancy and delicious. Used raspberry preserves instead of cranberry sauce. Also tried bacon and egg.
I made the Cranberry Brie Bites for Easter. Everyone absolutely loved them. The plate was empty in no time. I was pleasantly surprised at how easy and quick process this was. They looked and tasted fabulous.
Brie cheese is topped with raspberry preserves in this quick, easy, and sophisticated bite-sized brie cup appetizer.
These were a hit at Thanksgiving. Instead of cranberry sauce, I used a cranberry-jalapeño jelly that I found at Whole Foods.
Excellent taste. No salt needed!