Thursday, May 16, 2013

Miniature Baked Brie


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8 comments:

  1. These look sooo delicious! You made me hungry for baked brie and crab rangoon all in the same post! I NEED to find a reason to make these!

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  2. I've made baked brie plenty of times as a large wheel or wedge as an appitizers but this is soo much better! I'll be trying it soon.

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  3. HA as soon as I saw the President's Choice name on the box, I knew I was in Canadian territory, lol. We discovered baked Brie this past weekend during a visit to The Keg, and I wanted to learn how to make it at home. A Pinterest search led me to your pin and blog - I can't wait to try this - thank you for the recipe and the great pics!

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    1. Awesome, hope it turns out! I'd love to hear of your success.

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    2. Totally easy. Totally delicious. It only took a few minutes to "throw" this together, and the 3 of us ate all 9 puffs before, during and after supper tonight, lol. I'm glad my trial run went so well - now I can make them for a lunch get-together on Sunday with hubby's family :) Next up - learning how to bake it plain to serve with crackers and hot pepper jelly!

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  4. Can these be made ahead and stored? Zit so, how do you reheat?

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    1. Hi Mary!

      You can make these ahead and then freeze them, unbaked. You would need to bake them fresh the day you plan to use them for best results.

      Thanks for your comment!

      --Naomi

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  5. Wow, these were amazing. I used mini bries, so there was no leakage :)

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