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Hey, hi! Happy Monday before the 4th of July!!
I’m just stopping in for a super quick post today so I can share this last-minute brie recipe!
I needed to make sure all you procrastinators (mom), had the perfect, and most delicious appetizer. Honestly, is there anything better than melty brie, with sweet fruit, honey, and bread? It’s probably one of my favorite foods. I normally make brie around the holidays, but every once in a while I’ll make some during the summer as well. The first time I did so, I made this grilled brie with blackberry basil smash salsa, which to date is probably one of my favorite appetizer recipes on the site. It is SO good.
BUT, for as much as I love that brie recipe, it was time to create another new yummy summertime brie option. YESSS.
You guys know how much I love the combo of sweet and savory, so clearly this brie is totally my kind of recipe.
Let me break it down for you.
–> grilled brie…if you have yet to try grilling your brie, I highly recommend you do it…right this very minute. No joking, this minute. You need to experience the amazingness that is grilled brie. Just trust me.
–> thyme and honey…with a pinch of flaky sea salt, because sweet and salty is the best combo ever.
–> pan roasted cherries…with butter and bourbon…enough said.
Simply spoon the cherries over the brie, then drizzle it generously with thyme and honey, and serve it up with toasted bread. You could also use crackers, but I’m really just a melty cheese + bread kind of person.
So do you guys now see why you need this grilled brie in your life, like now. Or ok, maybe tomorrow for the 4th of July.
It’s the perfect, easy, last-minute appetizer that everyone will love.
Pro tip: if you’re serving more than two or three people I’d double the recipe. This is always the first thing to go at the appetizer table. Always.
OkOK. So now that I’ve convinced you to make this brie tomorrow, I’m headed out! By the time you read this I will hopefully have made it to Mexico. I will be there with my family until the 6th. Not sure what our plans are for the 4th, but one thing is for sure, there’ll be plenty of time in the sun, mucho fresh fruit eating, shoveling in of tacos, and if I can find it, yes, I will totally be making this brie. I know I’ll be in Mexico, but let’s be real, brie is good no matter where in the world you are! <– truth.
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I’ll see you guys back here on Wednesday. Have a happy and safe 4th of July!
So when is a good time to put the honey cherry butter etc mixture on?
Place the mixture on top or under the Brie. What kind of bread or crackers would pair well with this recipe?
You will top the brie with the cherry mixture in step 5. Really whatever bread and crackers you like, I like to do a crostini and some sesame crackers. Let me know if you give the recipe a try, I hope you love it! xx
This looks so delicious! Could this be put on a cheese board or do you think it would get too messy?
I think that would be fine to do! I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan
This may be one of my family’s all time favorites, and that’s saying a lot since we have made so many of your recipes!!! I made it along with the strawberry goat cheese crostini. I also made a vinegary butternut squash and onion with ricotta. My family was literally swooning. It was the brie and the cherries that set it over the top. Thank you!
Wow that is so amazing!! I am so glad you all have been loving this one! I hope you continue to love this and others of mine! xTieghan
Could you substitute cranberries for cherries in this recipe?
Hi Danielle! Cranberries will be so delicious! What a great idea! Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you! xTieghan ???