Cheese makes everything better, that’s just a fact, and these drool-worthy brie cheese recipes prove it.
Buttery brie brings its intense creamy richness to every dish on this list, and the results are amazing.
Whether you cook it until it’s warm and melted, add it to sauces and spreads, or just slice it up and toss in a salad, brie is the ultimate MVP.
This mild cow’s milk cheese has a delicate earthy taste and subtle sweetness that pair perfectly with more attention-grabbing ingredients.
Bake it with honey, rosemary, and pecans for a festive appetizer.
Stir it into a spinach and artichoke dip to take the creaminess up a notch. Add it to blueberry scones for buttery taste and texture.
The possibilities are endless with this versatile cheese!
Magic happens when you bake brie.
It goes from a yummy mild cheese to an insanely yummy melted treat.
And it helps when it’s topped with drizzled honey, tart cherries, aromatic rosemary, and crunchy pecans.
Made with store-bought puff pastry, this is an elegant yet easy appetizer that will up your dinner party game.
Don’t be fooled by this simple side, as it’s tasty enough and impressive enough for any dinner table.
Tart cranberries, earthy thyme, and sweet honey are the perfect match for creamy brie.
Spread onto crusty toast, this is a decadent and dreamy appetizer with plenty of bite.
These quesadillas are a fun and fruity version of the South American classic.
They’re filled with melted brie, sweet grapes, and scallions for a delicious vegetarian snack best enjoyed on lazy days with a glass of something chilled.
If, like me, you have a weakness for grilled cheese sandwiches, you have to try this hearty version.
Shredded chicken, gooey brie, and melted mozzarella – what’s not to love?
This dense and dreamy baked brie is piled high with honey, walnuts, and cherries.
Serve it with bread, crackers, or fruit. Just be sure there’s plenty to go around, as this addictive appetizer will have everyone fighting over the last spoonful.
You might have serious garlic breath after this tasty treat, but it’s so worth it.
And everyone at the table will be in the same boat because no one can resist this scrumptious snack featuring buttery mushrooms on brie-covered toast.
Fruit, nuts, creamy cheese — this crostini has all the makings of a must-try meal.
Ripe pear teams up with soft brie and crusty bread for this recipe.
Drizzled with honey and balsamic vinegar, it’s tongue-tingling in all the right ways.
Potato gratin is great, but it can get boring (sorry, potatoes).
Mix things up with this unique and delicious dish. It’s a healthy blend of tender Brussels sprouts and creamy brie.
This comforting casserole is finished off with a salty, crunchy topping of bacon and breadcrumbs and baked until bubbly.
Surprisingly simple, this impressive appetizer comes together in just 15 minutes.
It’s insane how great this dish tastes. Sweet, crunchy, syrupy, and creamy, it’s one of those snacks you’ll need to eat to fully appreciate.
Get your culinary game on the next game day with this dreamy side.
It’s a classic spinach and artichoke dip, but not as you know it.
You’ll cut a hollow in a wheel of brie and fill it with spinach, artichoke, and garlic. Bake it until it’s melted and serve warm!
This fresh, crisp fall-inspired salad is perfect comfort food when the nights draw in.
Chunks of juicy apples, tart cranberries, creamy brie, and leafy greens – this is a bright bowl of goodness that’ll keep you healthy all winter long.
Make your favorite childhood comfort food more adult-friendly with this decadent recipe.
Creamy brie adds a touch of delicious sophistication to this heavenly snack. And you can easily customize this versatile recipe to taste.
Use your favorite jam, try it with almond butter instead of peanut, or use gluten-free bread to make it more diet-friendly. Just don’t forget the brie!
Bright berries and rich brie are a match made in heaven.
This luxurious appetizer (or dessert) will win you a lot of friends. It’s so easy to assemble, you’ll have plenty of time to get out of the kitchen and party.
This easy recipe uses mild brie to add density and richness to berry muffins.
Moist, crumbly, and very filling, these are my new favorite breakfast.
Vegetarians and foodies will love this irresistibly flavorful pizza.
It’s topped with peppery arugula, creamy brie, and sweet caramelized onions.
This homemade pizza is so much more satisfying, tasty, and healthy than takeout.
Brie, bacon, and basil – this hearty recipe isn’t just a tongue-twister, it’s also very tastebud-friendly.
Perfect for mid-week dinners, it’s a comforting and cozy bowl that’ll satisfy even the pickiest family members.
Summery and light, these tarts are ideal for light lunches, long brunches, and foodie feasts.
They’re made with puff pastry, caramelized shallots, brie, and fresh peaches, all drizzled with a heavenly rosemary honey glaze.
It’s pizza, but not as you know it.
Crusty flatbread is generously topped with honey-roasted pears, buttery brie, salty prosciutto, caramelized walnuts, and fresh rosemary.
This gorgeous blend of complimentary sweet and savory flavors is an eat-anytime kind of snack.
Baked brie is amazing. Apple pie is amazing. Put them together, and I run out of words to do it justice.
Sweet and crunchy pastry is stuffed with fresh apples and melty brie.
I like to make a double batch and enjoy the leftovers as a grab n’ go breakfast the following morning.
This crazy good bread makes me want to throw a party, just to have an excuse to make it.
It’s basically a crusty bread bowl, filled to the brim with melted brie, mozzarella, garlic, and seasonings.
This isn’t just a hearty appetizer, though. It’s a miracle of engineering. Tear off chunks of your ‘bowl’, dip in the cheesy goodness, and eat!
It’s fun, it’s delicious, and (most importantly) there’s less washing up involved when you eat your bowl.
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