Baked Brie

Easy Baked Brie

This Easy Baked Brie is such a wonderful appetizer! It’s perfect for fall, with fresh apples, rosemary, honey and walnuts. And it’s so colorful! Red, green and yellow apples arranged around the cheese looks like Christmas on a platter. The key to this recipe is simply to make it right before serving. That way, the cheese will be warm and oozy, easy to scoop up with apple slices or crackers.

If you’re having guests, go ahead and slices the apples in advance (30 minutes or an hour before they arrive). Then preheat the oven and prepare the cheese with walnuts and honey. When your guests arrive, pour some wine and pop the cheese in the oven. In just 10-12 minutes, the cheese will be ready to serve!

For some other easy appetizers, check out our Garlic Cheese Pull-Apart Bread, Air-Fryer Mushrooms, and Best-Ever Crab Cakes.

Easy Baked Brie



1 8-ounce wheel Brie

¾ cup walnut halves and pieces

¼ cup honey

1 Envy apple, sliced thin

1 Opal apple, sliced thin

1 Granny Smith apple, sliced thin

1 sleeve Club Crackers

1 sleeve Rosemary Deli Crackers

For Garnish: Fresh Rosemary



  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a Kitchen & Table Copper quarter sheet pan with parchment paper. Place the brie on the parchment and top with walnuts. Bake for 10-12 minutes.
  2. Drizzle honey over warm walnuts and brie. Arrange apple slices and crackers around the cheese. Garnish with rosemary, if desired, and serve immediately.

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