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Prosciutto Baked Brie Bites With Honey, Pears, And Walnuts Essentially an Instagram waiting to happen, these little beauties will not last long at the dinner party, so make sure to prepare at least two for each guest. 

Brie Stuffed Burgers With Sweet Corn Salsa Oh yes, brie goes in burgers. If you find yourself missing summer this winter, pull together a quick corn salsa to top off brie-stuffed burgers and mentally transport yourself to a BBQ in July.

Garlic Mushroom And Brie Toast We’re pretty sure this was meant as an appetizer recipe, but should it turn into, you know…what you eat all the time, we won’t tell.

Crepe Quebecois Maybe get a little fancy? If you’re craving crepes without all the sweetness, add a bit of brie for a creamy, indulgent change of pace on a weekend morning.

Turkey, Cranberry, and Brie Crescent Braid A delightful savory option for your next brunch, particularly if its a pot luck. Most easy brunch dishes focus on the sweet, and this lets you offer something unique and savory.

Crispy Coconut Chicken, Brie and Avocado Tostadas File this under things we’ve never heard before. We know that cheese and fish aren’t often mentioned in the same recipe, but maybe it’s time that changed.

Sweet Red Onion Jam With Brie And Serrano Ham On Rye Toasts Basically our new favorite appetizer. Or snack. Or lunch. Or breakfast.

Pumpkin Waffle Sandwiches With Apple Butter & Brie Yeeeahhhhh. About that whole “healthy start to the new year” thing…

Easy Brie Bites With Almond A very simple, quick option for when your pre-dinner party offerings need a little something. Just try not to munch on them all before guests arrive!

Grilled Grape Brie and Arugula Flatbread Pizza A visually stunning sight, this flatbread will wow guests, all while being relatively easy to pull together. Plus, fresh arugala really makes everything better, doesn’t it? 

Blueberry Brie Scones with Lemon Curd A wonderful way to start a weekend, make only the number of scones you need, and freeze the rest of the dough. These are at their best when fresh!