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Photo by Constance Mariena

This easy baked Brie is a great appetizer if you’re hosting a small holiday party. While it may be simple, there is some serious “wow” value during that first oozing fresh-from-the oven Brie slice. Serve with your favorite crackers for a festive holiday starter.


4-5 Servings

1 Brie wheel (8-12 oz.)
¼ cup honey
Honeycomb pieces
¼ cup Marcona almonds
4–5 figs, quartered
Rosemary sprigs

Step 1

Preheat oven to 350ºF.

Step 2

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and place Brie in the center. Bake for 8–10 minutes. To check if it’s ready, gently touch the center of
the Brie; it should be very soft.

Step 3

With a spatula, carefully transfer Brie to a serving plate, drizzle with honey, and top with honeycomb pieces, Marcona almonds, figs, and rosemary sprigs. Serve with crackers.

Excerpted from Everyday Entertaining: 110+ Recipes for Going All Out When You're Staying In © 2020 by Elizabeth Van Lierde. Photography by Elizabeth Van Lierde, Abagail Halstead, and Constance Mariena. Reproduced by permission of Weldon Owen, an imprint of Insight Edition. Buy the full book from Weldon Owen, Bookshop, or Amazon.

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