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Baked Brie with Herbs and Honey

Hey, y’all! Looking for the perfect party appetizer? Or just looking for a treat yourself dish? Look no further: my Baked Brie with Herbs and Honey is simply to die for. The best part, however, is that it is so easy to make that you could do it with your eyes closed! I know y’all are going to love it + I am so excited to share the recipe with y’all today!


If you do not want to warm up your oven for this, you can cook this in the microwave. Place on parchment paper in a microwave-safe dish and microwave for roughly 2 minutes.
Do not score your brie deeply; simply penetrate the rind.
Do not remove the rind; it is edible, delicious, and helps hold the melted brie.
Serve with your choice of fresh fruit, crackers, or bread. I like sliced apples, wheat thins, artisanal crackers, and sliced baguettes!


What is brie cheese?

The main flavor profile of brie cheese, in my opinion, is butter. It’s soft + buttery + oh-so-rich. Made with cow’s milk, it is a French delicacy.

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Should I cut the rind off?

Absolutely not! The rind of brie is delicious and fully edible; additionally, it serves as a binder — it helps the cheese hold its shape/not leak when warmed.

How should I score the brie?

I like scoring the top of the brie with a knife because it adds visual interest. The secret, however, is to not score it deeply. With a small knife, score just through the rind; you do not want to pierce the brie. This will enable the rind to still be binding, preventing a large leak of melted brie.

Where can I buy brie cheese? Is it expensive?

Brie is carried in almost every supermarket. Look in the cheese case near the deli, as it is most commonly beside the feta, bleu, and other specialty cheeses. Brie cheese is fairly priced, most usually the ballpark of $5-$8 (depending on maker).

Should you cover this baked brie with aluminum foil?

I personally do not — it won’t be the oven for an extended period; thus, you are good to go without aluminum foil.


1 wheel of brie cheese
2 tbsp honey
1 tbsp fresh rosemary, chopped
1 tbsp fresh thyme, chopped
1 clove garlic, minced
Freshly ground black pepper to taste
Fresh baguette or crackers for serving


Preheat Oven: Preheat your oven to 350°F (175°C).

Prepare the Brie: Place the wheel of brie on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Score the top of the brie with a sharp knife in a crisscross pattern.

Add the Toppings: Drizzle the honey over the top of the brie. Sprinkle with chopped rosemary, thyme, minced garlic, and freshly ground black pepper.

Bake: Place the brie in the preheated oven and bake for about 15-20 minutes, or until the cheese is melted and bubbly.

Serve: Carefully transfer the baked brie to a serving platter. Serve immediately with slices of fresh baguette or crackers.

Enjoy: Dive into the gooey, herb-infused goodness and enjoy each creamy, flavorful bite!

This baked brie is perfect for any gathering, whether it’s a cozy night in or a festive celebration. Enjoy the rich, savory flavors with a hint of sweetness!

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