Whether you serve brie on your next charcuterie board, or load up a piece of warm baguette, these 23 brie cheese recipes are going to make your cheese-loving darlings jump for joy!
The holidays are ripe and ready to load up our carts with all kinds of fancy cheese.
Brie is one of those cheeses that work well with savory and sweet dishes.
It’s creamy, smooth, and buttery and available in most grocery stores in the USA. That’s why it’s incredibly popular.
What’s the difference between double creme and triple creme brie? From the brie experts over at Reny, the amount of butterfat goes up in double creme and higher still in triple creme.
No wonder triple creme brie is one of my favorite cheeses! It’s basically cheese-flavored butter! Yum!
Whether you have a party to host or are just looking for a new meal to add to your recipe schedule, you’ll be blown away by the likes of decadent Asparagus And Brie Eggs Benedict, lightly sweet Brie And Blackberry Flatbread, and…what…Brie And Nutella Grilled Cheese.
I’m speechless at that last one (#16).
So get to planning your next brie adventure and check out these 23 delicious brie cheese recipes.
If you’ve ever thought about what to make with brie, you’ve probably heard of baked brie.
This is one of the easiest baked brie recipes to follow, and it makes a delicious appetizer for a party or random Wednesday night.
All you need is a wheel of brie cheese, a tube of crescent rolls, and a little time.
Slice warm in slices, serve with your favorite fresh fruit or jam, and enjoy!
One of my favorite brie dinner recipes is this pear, prosciutto, and brie flatbread.
It’s the perfect combination of sweet yet savory.
You’ll need pears, prosciutto, brie, arugula (optional), and of course, the flatbread crust.
Drizzle a little bit of balsamic glaze on top, and you’ve got yourself a tasty dinner.
Brie is a great cheese to make a dip out of, and this one is worth a try.
This makes an excellent appetizer for a nice night at home or a party and is incredibly delicious when served with champagne or white wine.
Besides the brie, you’ll need fennel bulbs, parmesan cheese, olive oil, and red pepper flakes to add a bit of spice.
It only takes a little over ten minutes to prepare and cook this dip which is something to love.
These cranberry brie bites are the perfect sweet yet savory appetizer for your dinner party or any occasion.
The best part about this dish is that you can have it finished in only 15 minutes.
The recipe only calls for brie, puff pastry, and cranberry sauce.
You can make your own cranberry sauce or purchase pre-made sauce, depending on what you prefer.
When it comes to brie recipes, people often forget that brie can be perfect in a breakfast dish.
Next time you’re craving a brunch-worthy eggs benedict, you need to try this asparagus and brie version.
You’ll make eggs benedict how you traditionally would except instead of ham, it’s asparagus, and there’s sliced brie cheese on the dish.
While the dish is relatively simple, you’ll feel like you’ve just eaten a meal at a 5-star restaurant!
If you’re a fan of cheesy spinach and artichoke dip, you’ll love this alternative.
This bacon and brie spinach dip is easy to assemble and perfect when you’re wondering what to do with brie.
The most complicated part, which isn’t all that complicated, is cooking the bacon and making the rue.
Besides the bacon, brie, and spinach, you’ll need garlic, onion, flour for the rue, another delicious melting cheese, and salt and pepper.
You can serve this with chips, bread, or whatever your heart desires.
If you want a baked brie recipe that’s a little different from a traditional recipe, this apple pecan baked brie is to die for.
This baked brie needs a tart apple, cranberries, nutmeg, cinnamon, pecans, and a wheel of brie cheese.
Baking this dish only takes about ten to twelve minutes after you’ve made somewhat of a sauce with the seasonings, apples, and cranberries.
Whether it’s the colder months of the year or you’re just craving soup, you need to add this roasted garlic and brie soup to your rotation.
Roasted garlic soups are delicious on their own, but the creaminess of the brie adds something extra to an already fabulous dish.
Before creating this tasty soup, you need to roast the garlic in your oven with some olive oil.
After that, assembling the soup is relatively simple, and before you know it, you’ll be eating a creamy soup.
A cheese ball is a typical appetizer that’s served at holiday parties, but you can also enjoy it throughout the year.
This is a unique take on a classic cheese ball because it’s made with roasted garlic and brie.
The recipe only takes about 35 minutes, including the time it takes to roast your garlic.
The blend of cream cheese and brie is what makes this cheese ball so appetizing and creamy.
Most people serve a cheese ball with crackers, but any bread will work too.
Mac and cheese are some of the most popular and tastiest comfort foods on the planet.
Next time you’re craving mac and cheese for dinner, lunch, or just need a side dish for your main course, this creamy brie mac and cheese hit the spot.
Besides brie and the noodles you want to use, you’ll need white cheddar and parmesan cheese to make this a true mac and cheese dish.
With the prep and cook time, you’ll be feasting on this mac and cheese in 30 minutes.
One of our favorite side dishes is mashed potatoes.
Seriously though, who doesn’t love mashed potatoes?
These brie whipped mashed potatoes are creamy, savory, and everything you could want in a side dish.
This dish does take 55 minutes, but it’s completely worth it in the end.
Once your potatoes are soft, you can add the brie, butter, salt, and pepper before whipping them up with an electric mixer.
This brie and blackberry flatbread is an excellent brie cheese recipe for lunch or whenever.
It’s sweet, savory, and can be on your table in 30 minutes.
You can make the flatbread dough yourself, the recipe is included in this recipe, or you can use store-bought.
You’ll top this dish with apricot preserves, chopped pistachios, and blackberries.
While the other ingredients pull this flatbread together, the blackberries and creamy brie are the stars of the show.
It’s no surprise that tomatoes and cheese go together very well.
This grilled tomato and brie sandwich is top-notch instead of a typical grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup.
The best part about this recipe is that it’s customizable.
You can leave it simple with only grilled tomatoes and brie cheese, or you can add lettuce and other toppings.
While this sandwich looks and tastes like you spent hours on it, you can have it on your plate in under five minutes.
Are you looking for another soup that features brie?
This creamy mushroom and brie soup is perfect for a cold day or meatless Monday. s
Prepping and cooking this recipe takes about 50 minutes, but once you pour yourself a bowl, it’s worth it.
Before you can create the soup, you’ll need to caramelize your mushrooms in the oven for 20 to 30 minutes.
Once you’ve finished making your soup, serving it with a nice slice of toasted bread is perfect.
One of the best and easiest breakfasts to serve or meal prep is a casserole.
Next time you need a breakfast idea to grab and go or serve for guests, this brie and sausage breakfast casserole is excellent.
You’ll need brie, hot Italian sausage, eggs, sandwich bread, and a few other ingredients to assemble the dish.
It takes about an hour to bake in the oven, and you’ll end up with eight decent size servings.
If you love Nutella, you’ll love this recipe.
A brie and Nutella grilled cheese is the perfect sweet snack or dessert.
It’s one of the easiest meals to make and only requires French bread, butter, Nutella, and brie cheese.
You’ll want to cook these sandwiches on a skillet to ensure that the Nutella and brie get super melty and delicious.
You can eat a sandwich on your own or make several and cut them into bite-size pieces for a party.
It’s no secret that there are dozens of brie recipes with puffed pastry.
If you’re looking for something a little more unique, this brie puffed pastry with honey bourbon is sure to satisfy.
These are perfect for serving at a holiday party, work function, or a movie night with family and friends.
What you’ll do is set your brie wheel on top of a puffed pastry and top it with honey, pecans, bourbon figs, and then wrap the puffed pastry so that it’s covering the entire wheel.
The prep time takes ten minutes, and then you’ll bake the cheese for 20 to 25 minutes before serving.
For fans of bread pudding, this savory brie and onion version is sure to be a hit.
Give this recipe a try if you have some bread that’s about to be stale since stale bread absorbs the custard better than fresh bread.
You’ll caramelize onions and cherry tomatoes on your stove for at least 30 minutes, but it’s worth it.
Once you’ve prepared all the ingredients, you’ll combine everything in a bowl and bake it for 45 minutes.
Were you tasked with bringing dessert?
If that is you and perhaps it is for your potluck at work you are going to love this.
These brie cheesecake bars are not only impressive, but people won’t be able only to have one.
While the cheesecake is a delicious part of this dessert, the best part is the sour ale roasted cherries that you can add on top.
To create the cheesecake, you’ll combine cream cheese, sugar, brie cheese, eggs, and vanilla extract.
All in all, the recipe takes over an hour, but you’ll be happy with the result.
Do you want to make a super simple breakfast that you’ll want to keep making over and over again?
Cheesy scrambled eggs are a breakfast staple for some, but you should try it when you are wondering what to make with brie cheese next time.
You’ll prepare your eggs how you generally would for scrambled eggs, but after they’ve cooked a bit in your pan, you’ll add slices of brie.
You’ll combine the ingredients until the cheese is nice and melted and then dig in.
Topping the eggs with chives is not only aesthetically pleasing but adds a nice flavor to your dish.
Warm sandwiches are always in season, and there’s nothing quite like a turkey and brie grilled cheese.
The best part about this recipe is that you can make it in your air fryer if you have one or want to.
You’ll need bread, brie, sliced turkey, and if you want toppings, green apples and jam.
The apples and jam are entirely up to you, but they add a touch of sweetness to the fantastic sandwich.
This tomato and brie tart is perfect for an easy lunch or dinner recipe.
You can eat it on its own or serve it alongside your favorite side salad or another side dish.
You’ll need puffed pastry, brie, tomatoes, and a handful of seasonings that are outlined in the recipe.
You only need to bake this tart for 30 minutes before you’re ready to eat.
There’s nothing quite like bread and cheese.
If you’re a fan of bread and cheese together, this maple bacon brie pull-apart bread needs to be on your list of must-try recipes.
Some of the ingredients include bread, brie, maple syrup, and brown sugar.
You’ll need to bake the bread for 20 minutes before cross-hatching the bread and then stuffing it with brie.
Then you’ll bake for a little bit longer before pulling it out.
The bottom line
Brie is a creamy cheese that’s incredibly versatile.
Cooking with brie is fun, and the possibilities are almost limitless.
You can use it to make savory dishes like mac and cheese or something sweet like cheesecake bars.
Keep giving brie a chance…
We have several phyllo dough recipes that include brie here, and another natural pairing includes pears.
Whatever the occasion is, you have to try one of these recipes with brie cheese next time you purchase some.
- Crescent Roll Baked Brie
- Pear, Prosciutto And Brie Flatbread
- Caramelized Fennel And Brie Dip
- Cranberry Brie Bites
- Asparagus And Brie Eggs Benedict
- Bacon And Brie Spinach Dip
- Apple Pecan Baked Brie
- Roasted Garlic And Brie Soup
- Roasted Garlic Cheese Ball
- Creamy Brie Mac And Cheese
- Brie Whipped Mashed Potatoes
- Brie And Blackberry Flatbread
- Grilled Tomato And Brie Sandwich
- Creamy Mushroom And Brie Soup
- Brie And Sausage Breakfast Casserole (Strata)
- Brie And Nutella Grilled Cheese
- Brie In Puffed Pastry With Honey Bourbon Figs
- Savory Brie And Onion Bread Pudding
- Brie Cheesecake Bars With Sour Ale Roasted Cherries
- Soft Scrambled Eggs And Brie
- Air Fryer Turkey And Brie Grilled Cheese
- Tomato And Brie Tart
- Maple Bacon Brie Pull-Apart Bread
- Read through these brie cheese recipes
- Pick a recipe that sounds good.
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