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Baked Brie – 2 Maids a Baking

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Happy Tuesday!! Thanks to those who linked up last week!! This week I whipped up a quick and easy appetizer that tastes like you worked on it for hours!

I love using the log Brie it works great for this recipe! Pillsbury came out with the seamless crescent rolls, sweet!! You can also use puff pastry!
Start by rolling out your dough

Cut the Brie almost in half and score the inside
Spoon on your favorite jam. I used apricot because that was what I had opened!

Smear! Technical cooking term!!

Grab a handful of mixed fruit, you could also use nuts, brown sugar, etc.

Place the log on the dough.

Wrap it up
Finsh and flip over so the seam in on the bottom

Cut off the ends

I made rolls for dinner with them!


Let cool for about 10 minutes


1 large sheet of puff pastry or one tube of crescent rolls seamless dough
1 log or round of Brie
Seedless Jam – I used Apricot
Dried mixed fruit
Bake at 375 degrees for 12-15 (longer if you are using a round brie) minutes or until the pastry is golden brown.

So what has been baking in your kitchen!?!?

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Delectable Tuesday
Joy of Desserts


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  1. Oh my LORD that looks good! I had to counter with baked asparagus to balance out the calories!
    Thank you for hosting.
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  2. My first time here. Thanks for hosting. I am linking up with Sesame Seed Crackers. Your brie looks fantastic! I just love brie. Now if I could just figure out a gluten free substitute for the crescent rolls…


    Bastiaan likes jam, I like brie and we both like cresent rolls!!! haha should be a great succes i would think!


  4. This looks so good. I’ve made it before, but I think your way is simpler. I didn’t know there was seamless crescent roll dough out there! Woo Hoo! Somebody was listening to us ladies in the kitchen!