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Apple Crisp Baked Brie | @hbharvest

It’s November!! Bring on the holiday season!

I have some seriously cheesy and delicious brie for you all today. It’s going to be your number one, go to, holiday appetizer this year. Trust me, it will, and you will love it! Nothing better than baked brie with a sweet buttery crisp topping. AND it’s so incredibly easy. Like 10 minute tops to prep this. Now that is what I call Thanksgiving appetizer perfection!

Apple Crisp Baked Brie | @hbharvest

Apple Crisp Baked Brie | @hbharvest

Apple Crisp Baked Brie | @hbharvest

Apple Crisp Baked Brie | @hbharvest

Find the recipe here.

Apple Crisp Baked Brie | @hbharvest

Links to Inspire:

-How incredible is this peanut butter chocolate fondant? Dying.

Apple Cider CRÈME FRAÎCHE CARAMELS? Sign me up.

-Loving this cozy fall outfit.

This photo. I want to be in New York right now.

-Love this old wagon wheel/photo. I have one down at the barn and it’s my favorite!

This butternut squash cannelloni sounds amazing. There is brown butter involved guys.

-Pomegranate scones. Need these.

Gluten free pie crust for Thanksgiving. Yea! Now everyone gets pie and all is it right with the world.

-LOVE this roasted acorn squash with pomegranate gremolata. So good.

-Mac and cheese and savory cheddar doughnuts. What? Amazing.

-Fancy sophisticated, holiday wrapping.

-Love the idea of infused salts.

Hot buttered rum, for these cold November days.

-This whole post on making Lahmacun. I cannot wait to try this.

-Broccoli soup is my favorite and I love the sound of this broccoli soup with tahini, lemon and pine nuts.

-All three of these winter recipes are to die for – and the photos are the prettiest!

-This beautiful post.

This photo. So cool.

Apple Crisp Baked Brie | @hbharvest

Happy Sunday! Don’t forget to check out the apple crisp baked brie here.

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  1. Avid reader, first time comment. Made this tonight. It is beyond delicious and beautiful! Where do you get your inspiration? Bravo!

    From one Cleveland girl to another…..this dish was out of this world!

    1. THANK YOU!! So excited you loved this and that you are a Cleveland girl! 🙂 I get inspiration everywhere is seems, but I love food magazines and anything online.

    1. Thanks Nik! It’s a holiday thing for sure!

      By the way, I am loving your post these day. The process shots are gorgeous!

  2. Oh my YUM! This looks so dangerously delicious! Did you struggle not to eat the entire thing by yourself?! I know I would have! Also, that “beautiful post” link is one of my favorites!

    1. Love that that link too. Soo pretty!

      oh and yes, I did. I mean, look at all that cheese! haha! Thanks so much and I hope you had a great weekend!

  3. Oh my goodness, I’m so glad this is not in front of me because I would inhale that entire skillet!! Well done!

    1. Haha! I know, you need lots of people around when this is made…it’s one of those dishes that could be eaten in one serving! 🙂

  4. So I was already really stoked about this recipe when I saw the amazing melty cheese goodness in the photos, but THEN I realized that I already have all these ingredients on hand (I don’t usually have brie, but bought some recently on a whim)…cannot WAIT to get this in my belly, haha 🙂

  5. What a great link lineup, thank you!

    I looked at your top photo and did a double take at first. What is that? Cheese? Then I reread the title and saw ‘brie’ (sorry, it’s early) and then thought, Cheese! This is brilliant, Tieghan – no false flattery. This will be making an appearance at a holiday table or two in my house this year. xx