This recipe was excellent! I followed the recipe, but I used dried thyme instead of fresh and baked it for about 20 minutes. While I was preparing the main dish, my three guests devoured the whole thing in about 20 minutes. If you have more than four guests, I would make two brie rounds.
This was awesome! I made it for a book club and they devoured it!
This was a nice, easy and tasty appetizer. Next time I'd bake it a little longer take the rind off the sides too. I substituted pecans for the walnuts. Delicious with both chardonnay and pinot noir, so great for parties.
Didn't have thyme but it was still wonderful! So easy as well!
Quick, easy and delicious. Disappeared almost as soon as I put it out.
This was good. Maybe too much thyme for a balance of flavors, but that's just really nitpicking. Easy
This is the simplest and tastiest "go to dish". I bring it to all my holiday events and it is usually gone before dinner even starts! I do add a bit more cranberries and walnuts to the top- since that is what people usually go for! But overall the favors meld together beautifully and people can never get enough!
What's not to love?! It's sooooo good. Always a favorite among company.
This is so easy and so good. Made it for a cocktail party and it was gone in no time. A very pretty appetizer as well.
made this "en croute" for Christmas by wrapping it in reduced fat crescent roll dough, applied an egg wash before baking; served it with jalapeno jam. It was a hit!
I used the lower fat Brie and although it didn't ooze out when cut, it still tasted great. So if you want to lower the fat or just eat more (!), use the lower fat Brie. Because there's NO WAY a person can eat just one serving of this delicious snack!
I've made this twice so far and both times it got gobbled up before I had the chance to get much of it. I'll have to make it again...just for me! Also, I used the larger sized brie and it worked just fine. I simply baked it about 10 more minutes and served it with bread instead of crackers. YUM.