What is Baked Brie? Brie cheese is a mild, soft cow’s milk cheese named after the region of France where it originated. When heated it melts and becomes semi-liquid, perfect for dipping. And its mild flavor means that it pairs well with a variety of ingredients from sweet to savory.
Place your wheel of Brie on a baking sheet or in a glass pie plate. Using a small paring knife, score around the top of the brie about 1/4-inch from the edge.
Bake the Brie in the oven at 350°F for about 15 minutes. Remove the Brie from the oven and use a butter knife or small spatula to gently separate the top of the rind.
While brie bakes, toast the nuts in a skillet. Watch carefully and do NOT burn the nuts.
Add honey, cinnamon, and a pinch of salt and stir until bubbly. Pour over the top over the Brie.
Serve with crackers, apples, or whatever you would like to dip.
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