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Gooey Baked Brie Recipes are the best way to start any party. These cheesy appetizers are so easy to make with only a few ingredients and they are always a crowd-pleaser. Melty cheese with delicious toppings are perfect to pair with crackers, bread, chips, and even fruit and veggies to dip.
Baked Brie – The Best Appetizers
Let’s get this party started! And one of the best ways to start a party is with appetizers. Especially cheesy ones. That’s when baked Brie recipes come in!
The delicious toppings and ooey gooey melty cheese ensure that they are the first thing to disappear. Check out the video to see how easy they are to make…
What is Baked Brie?
Brie is a soft cow’s milk cheese with a rind. When heated, it melts and you can use it for dipping things like crackers. That is why baked Brie is a popular party appetizer. It can be heated and topped with mixtures of fruit, nuts, herbs, jams, vegetables, or other ingredients. It can also be wrapped in phyllo dough, puff pastry, or crescent roll dough and baked, either on its own or again with a topping.
Is Baked Brie gluten free?
Generally, Brie cheese is considered gluten free. In the past, there were concerns that it might not be due to the source of the mold spores used to make Brie.
However, there has been repeated testing that shows Brie to have undetectable levels of gluten regardless of the source of the mold spores. If you have a severe sensitivity or are unsure, you might want to consult a doctor or avoid it altogether.
If you add a topping that does not have any gluten-containing ingredients, it will be gluten free. But if you wrap it in any of the doughs mentioned previously, it will not be gluten free unless you use a gluten free recipe.
Can you reheat Baked Brie?
Technically you can to rewarm the cheese and toppings. However, once it has been melted and cooled completely, it does not tend to achieve that same ooey gooey, molten consistency as it had previously. But it is still delicious.
Now let’s get some new ideas…