If you’re anything like us, you just can’t get enough of cheese.
If you’re a lover of strong cheeses, you’ll probably also love brie. Brie is best served baked, and it can be enjoyed all year round.
As much as we love brie, it’s easy to fall into predictable patterns with your food, and you may just end up baking it and eating it the same way every time.
If you’re ready to put a new spin on your brie-eating experience, it’s time to explore these 23 brie recipes you won’t be able to get enough of.
Let’s kick things off with a bang.
This maple pecan-baked brie is even tastier than it sounds, AND it only uses six ingredients – brie, rosemary, maple syrup, pecans, and salt and pepper.
Ready in 25 minutes, this creamy, dreamy, heavenly baked brie will go down a treat with your guests, especially when served with an assortment of crackers for dipping!
Is there anything brie can’t do?
This tomato and brie tart takes around 10 minutes to prepare and 45 minutes to cook, and it’s perfect as a main meal served with salad or cut into delicious slices for a picnic or summer lunch!
With more brie, chives, and tomatoes than you can shake a stick at, we just know you’ll go crazy for this recipe.
Give quesadillas a funky twist with these pear, brie, and honey quesadillas.
This appetizer is a real crowd-pleaser; they’re sticky, dreamy, and delicious – just what the doctor ordered!
Loaded with pear, red onion, honey, rosemary, and brie, you won’t be able to get enough!
Did we mention it’s all ready in under 20 minutes, too? Go on – we know you want to.
Fluffy, light, and decadent, this recipe is the perfect way to use up any Christmas leftovers, it can be ready to serve in just over an hour.
This recipe is loaded with onions, mustard, thyme, apple, cranberry, brie, and a splash of vinegar; plus, it serves up to 10 people, so there’s plenty to go around! (Not that you’ll want to share, of course…)
We just LOVE sweet potato, and this sweet potato and brie galette really hits the spot.
If you’re looking for something to impress your vegetarian guests, this is it!
You’ll have created the perfect lazy lunch in just over an hour.
Loaded with sweet potatoes and brie, this is creamy, decadent, and insanely moreish. Trust us – you’ll love this one!
Yes, you can even use brie in your pancakes! These garlic-mushroom and brie-stuffed pancakes will take your appreciation of the humble pancake to new heights.
Ready in just 40 minutes, these bubbling and indulgent pancakes are ideal for both lunch and dinner – mushrooms, creme fraiche, basil, brie, garlic… What more could you ask for?
If you’re hosting, this is one recipe that will have your guests going CRAZY.
Packed full of flavor, texture, and a gorgeous blend of sweet and savory, this is truly stunning.
This can be prepped and cooked in just under an hour, but it is a bit of a culinary challenge, so be prepared to put the effort in with this one.
Small, simple, and delicious, these cranberry-baked brie bites do it all. We are literally obsessed.
Ready in just 25 minutes, this recipe makes 15 servings, so they’re great for parties or simply as a special treat!
This is one appetizer you want at your table.
These brie-stuffed crispy baby potatoes can be prepped and cooked in just under an hour, and you’ll get around eight servings from this recipe.
These potatoes are loaded with brie, garlic, onion, sage, thyme, and more for an incredible meal you won’t forget.
Brie beef burgers? Yes, please. These can be ready in 40 minutes, and they’ll go down a treat with the kids and adults!
This cheesy, meaty combo never misses.
Each burger is loaded with brie, beef, bacon, garlic, onion, mustard, parsley, and more, for a super oozy, tasty burger you won’t want to miss.
This recipe is so simple that you’ll wish you had tried it sooner!
These gorgeous bruschettas can be made in just 40 minutes, and they’re the ideal lunch or even as a moreish pick-me-up snack.
Cheese, chives, ham, tomato, shallots, cream, and bread… yum!
With just four ingredients, you can make one of the most delicious snacks you’ll ever taste.
These brie and pastrami melts use olive and walnut toasts, brief, pastrami, and cornichon to serve to create these moreish melts.
Simply prep each melt, chuck them in the oven for 3 minutes, and you’re done!
Pasta and brie, anyone? This fettuccine with melting brie, cherry tomatoes, and basil is super easy to prepare, but it tastes so good that your guests will be forgiven for thinking you spent hours in the kitchen.
Ready in just 20 minutes, this is the ideal quick dinner for busy nights, and it’s loaded with a devilish amount of flavor. Enjoy!
Can you really enjoy the holidays without brie?
This baked holiday brie is a fool-proof way to wow your guests, and there’ll be no crumb left by the end of the evening!
This will take you a little over 2 hours to create, and it’s loaded with a selection of olives, pickled peppers, rosemary, and plenty of gorgeous dough.
This is one holiday dish you need to try.
Want a hearty, moreish brunch to get you through the day? Try this brie and bacon bread pudding.
Ready in around 45 minutes, get prepared to tuck into one of the most decadent meals of your life.
Loaded with bacon, brie, onions, cheese, creme fraiche, and more, you’ll definitely have to loosen a few belt notches after this one.
If you want to enjoy your brie in a more bite-sized manner, check out these brie, courgette, and red pepper muffins.
These are the ultimate savory bites, and they’re perfect for picnics (see also ‘36 Incredible Picnic Recipes And Ideas‘) or a midday treat.
These will take you around an hour to whip up, and they’re bursting with flavor.
Don’t forget the fresh oregano leaves for an extra kick.
Pumpkin, pecan, and brie… this is arguably one of the easiest (and tastiest) baked brie recipes you’ll ever create, and it’ll take you just five minutes to prep and 25 minutes in the oven!
We just adore this baked brie, and we know you will too.
It’s not just a holiday dish, either, you can serve this all year round, and after you’ve tried it, you’ll definitely want to!
Sometimes, you just can’t beat a baguette.
This one is packed full of flavor, and it beats your run-of-the-mill cheese and ham sandwich.
Your french-style baguette will be loaded with brie, marmalade, ham, mustard, arugula, and salt and pepper to create a baguette recipe you’ll keep coming back to.
No cooking required – simple prep, and enjoy!
It really is true – there’s nothing that brie can’t do.
If you don’t want to bake your brie or make bite-sized appetizers with it, why not use it to create this eggs benedict with asparagus and brie?
This restaurant-quality dish is absolutely divine, and it’s the perfect meal to treat yourself or someone else to.
Asparagus, lemon juice, eggs, vinegar, brie, hollandaise sauce, and black pepper… heavenly!
Now, let’s consider something a little different with these brussels sprouts sliders.
These delightful little appetizers are perfect for the holidays or a cold winter’s evening.
They may be small, but don’t underestimate them – these are brimming with bacon, maple syrup, butter, garlic, brie, chili powder, sugar, garlic, and more… they can be made in just over an hour, too, so what are you waiting for?
These are a real crowd pleaser!
Garlic bread is the ultimate comfort food.
Now, get ready to elevate your bread to a whole new level with this brie-stuffed garlic bread.
It comes out perfect every time, and it’ll be loved by the kids and the adults alike.
This savory treat is a great appetizer or a tasty side for a pasta dish, and it’ll take you around 40 minutes to prep and cook.
Loaded with seasoning, brie, parmesan, garlic powder, butter, mozzarella, and pepper flakes, this is every cheese-lovers dream!
This baklava is truly something else. This layered pastry dessert takes on a whole new form in this recipe.
Loaded up with brie, butter, cinnamon, walnuts, pistachios, pecans, honey, and more, this recipe is delicious and simple to make!
In just over an hour, you can create one of the most incredible baklavas you’ll ever eat.
If you want to create a sophisticated appetizer to really wow your guests, these brie and apricot puffs are a must-try recipe.
They use only four ingredients, so you won’t have to spend hours making something super complex, and they’ll go down a treat with everyone!
These delightful little appetizers take just 10 minutes to make and 25 minutes to cook, and all you’ll need is some puff pastry shells, egg, apricot preserves, and rindless brie.
There’s just something about that cheese and apricot combination that will have your guests hungry for more, so you may want to double the recipe to be on the safe side!
Frequently Asked Questions
Do You Cut The Rind Off Brie Before Baking?
Keeping the rind on your brie is a good way to help it preserve its shape.
If you cut the rind off, you risk the cheese melting out when it cooks.
Unless a recipe calls for the rind to be cut off, there’s no reason why you can’t enjoy it.
The rind is also edible, so bake away and enjoy!
What Is The Best Way To Enjoy Brie?
There are so many ways to enjoy brie.
Whether you want it with something sweet or something savory, there’s nothing this cheese can’t do.
The best way to enjoy brie is usually to bake it and put a small bite on some bread.
Does Brie Need To Be Baked?
Like Camembert, brie is best enjoyed baked. You’ll know when it’s ready once that middle is oozing and melting!
The Bottom Line
If you’ve made it this far, your stomach is probably begging you to jump straight into the kitchen, so we promise not to keep you any longer!
We hope you’ve enjoyed our selection of the 23 brie cheese recipes you won’t be able to get enough of.
Whether you want an appetizer, main, brunch, or a naughty snack, you’ll find something in our round-up! Enjoy.
Remember: you don’t have to be a seasoned chef to tackle any of these.
So, don’t be afraid to get in the kitchen, roll your sleeves up and make a mess. It’s hard to go wrong with brie!