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Prosciutto Wrapped Baked Brie Rolls – the appetizer we all want the most this holiday season! These cute festive rolls are quick, easy, and incredibly delicious. Slices of creamy Brie cheese wrapped up in salty prosciutto and flaky store-bought puff pastry. Each pastry roll is baked until deeply golden on the outside and melty inside. The prosciutto even gets a little crispy! A deliciously popular appetizer that’s perfect for holiday entertaining and always a crowd favorite!

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We’re down to the very final days leading up to Christmas Eve and Christmas festivities. So much excitement is in the air! With the hustle and bustle that’s taking place right now, I know the recipes we need most are quick dishes, sides, salads, simple cookie recipes, and appetizers to serve our hungry holiday guests!

Whenever I’m entertaining at Christmas, no party is complete without a baked Brie appetizer. It’s a holiday must-have, must-make.

Everyone loves melty Brie!

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I shared a recipe for prosciutto-wrapped brie in pastry a couple of years ago. It’s since become one of my personal favorites, I make it all the time. My family loves anything wrapped up in prosciutto.

While I was in New York last week thinking up our very last holiday recipes, I wrote this idea down, and it stayed in my thoughts for days. I was so excited to return this past weekend to make these rolls! I knew they would turn out good, but they were even better than I pictured!

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Step 1: slice the brie and wrap in prosciutto

Pick up your favorite wheel of Brie from the grocery, then slice it up into eight slices. Ideally, try to use a 12-ounce wheel of Brie. And there’s no need to peel away any of the rind. Leaving the rind on will ensure the yummy Brie bakes up nicely inside each pastry without too much mess.

Now, take thin slices of deli prosciutto and wrap a single slice around a slice of Brie. The idea is to mostly cover the slice of Brie.

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Step 2: the pastry

Take your sheets of thawed-out puff pastry and cut each sheet into 4 squares to make a total of 8 squares.

Spread each square with fig preserves or use honey, whatever you prefer. Add the prosciutto-wrapped Brie and some freshly cracked black pepper.

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Step 3: baking

Now, you can brush the pastries with a beaten egg and add a sprinkle of coarse sugar. This step isn’t needed, but it makes the pastry really sparkle. It’s fun for the holidays and adds such deliciousness too.

Then just throw the brie rolls in the oven, and you’re done.

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When the pastries come out of the oven, serve them immediately. I like to drizzle them with honey, top with thyme, and then put some pomegranate arils on the side for festive color. Plus, I think these additions are delish.

It’s hard to describe just how good these rolls are. The prosciutto really adds a savory saltiness that pairs so well with the rich Brie. And the honey on top just sweetens the deal.

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Make a few batches for everyone to enjoy. These will certainly be the most popular app on the table!

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Looking for other easy brie recipes?? Here are my favorites: 

5 Ingredient Cranberry Brie Cinnamon Puff Pastry Swirls

Cranberry Brie Pastry Tarts

Cranberry Brie Pull Apart Bread

Mini Pastry Wrapped Cranberry Baked Brie Bites

Easiest No-Boil Brie Mac and Cheese

Pastry Wrapped Cranberry Baked Brie

Prosciutto Wrapped Baked Brie in Pastry

Lastly, if you make these Prosciutto Wrapped Baked Brie Rolls, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! Above all, I love to hear from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every comment. And, of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!

Prosciutto Wrapped Baked Brie Rolls

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings: 8
Calories Per Serving: 399 kcal

Nutritional information is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.


  • 1. Preheat the oven to 425° F. and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
    2. Wrap slices of prosciutto around each slice of brie to cover.
    3. Cut each pastry sheet into 4 squares (8 squares total). Spread each square with fig preserves, then place the prosciutto-wrapped brie in the center of each squash. Sprinkle with pepper. Take two corners of the pastry and wrap them up and over the brie to enclose (see above photo). Repeat with the remaining squares and place on the prepared baking sheet.
    4. Brush with beaten egg and sprinkle lightly with sugar. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until the pastry is deep golden brown. 
    5. Top with honey, thyme, and pomegranate. ENJOY!
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  1. 5 stars
    Hi Tieghan. I have made at least 30 of your recipes and my family just loves every one
    Of them. My husband and I just came back from vacation and could not wait to see what I was going to make next. Thank you so much for making me look like I am a really good cook and baker. These prosciutto wrapped baked Brie rolls are amazing 😌 thank you again for sharing your amazing recipes.

    1. Hey Lisa,
      Happy Monday!! Thanks a lot for trying this recipe out and your feedback! Love to hear it turned out well! Thanks for making so many recipes for your family! xT

  2. 5 stars
    These are delicious!! I think I will make them a little smaller next time so it is more of an apppetizer or finger food size. But 2 large ones were a delicious dinner for me!

      1. 5 stars
        Really enjoyed this recipe at our Super Bowl gathering! I think like Erin, when I make it again as an appetizer I will make them smaller so that they are more of “finger bites”.

  3. 5 stars
    Made these as an appetizer to take to friends homes for dinner. They were so beautiful. What a simple yet delicious appetizer to make. Another hit!

  4. 5 stars
    I love these! The tasty blend of fig jam, proscutto and brie is really good! And they are substantial, I’m having one with a cup of herbal tea as we speak. Because I use a Breville combination convection/toaster/air fryer oven, and after the first time I made these, I now skip the egg wash and extra sugar (tendency to burn), I keep the jam more towards the center, (same reason), I reduced the temp to 375 and still baked 15-20 minutes. Things cook a little faster in this oven. I like these better than a whole brie wrapped in pastry, for ease of eating.