Baked Brie + Raspberry Preserves


Total Time:

20 minutes



Baked Brie is the ultimate cheesy appetizer for any party. What could possibly be better than a wheel of brie cheese topped with flaky puff pastry and baked until its all gooey and amazing on the inside. Ya, that’s right. Not much can top that! Baked Brie is going on to be on my Christmas menu and my New Years menu along with my famous Stuffed Mushrooms! And my guests will be lucky if they get any – because there is a good chance that its gone within the first 2 minutes of me taking it out of the oven!

You can jazz up your baked brie with lots of different things. I like to add some raspberry preserves to mine, but you can use any kind of preserves you prefer! Orange marmalade would be another great addition. Or throw in some fresh herbs before you wrap everything up in puff pastry. Oh, the possibilities are endless!

 It will be the talk of any party and will be devoured in seconds. (Especially if I am at your party!) Another great thing about baked brie is you can seriously serve it with anything, crostini, pita, whatever kind of bread you have on hand!

Baked Brie + Raspberry Preserves

Gaby Dalkin
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins


  • 1 sheet frozen prepared puff pastry 11 x 17 inches, defrosted
  • 1 wheel brie cheese about 5-inches round
  • 2 tablespoons raspberry preserves
  • 4 tbsp sliced almonds toasted


  • Place the puff pastry on a baking sheet. Spread the jam and the sliced almonds on the de-thawed puff pastry
  • Place the wheel of Brie on top of the puff pastry
  • Wrap the Brie with the puff pastry, and flip so that the preserved and almonds are facing up.
  • Bake for 15-17 minutes until golden brown. Serve with crackers, pita chips or Crostinis

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  1. monika

    I have some brie and was so boring to just serve it with crackers. This is a much more delicious alternative. Why didn’t I think of this?

  2. anya

    I like this idea! I love anything with cheese and I think this is easy enough for even me to make! I will have to try this!

  3. marla

    Very, very nice! This is decadent & fabulous! I can see how there might be none left for guests 😉 XO

  4. Kimmi

    I don’t think De-thawed was the word you were looking for, isn’t the pastry supposed to be defrosted. Good idea although I like using blueberry preserves with my Brie.

  5. Vanessa

    Is it possible to prepare this and refrigerate or freeze and cook next day?

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  7. snappa

    I catered a party for a friend about 30 yrs ago and this was a request,Thought it sounded bad .Used fishing line to cut brie in half put one half on filo pastry sheet put half a small jar of blackberry jam on it and covered it with the other half of wheel and folded dough edges over the top put another filo pastry sheet on top made a ribbon and other decor on top with leftover pieces egg washed it and cooked till golden could not leave it alone all night and great hit at the party now its always a request when you bring it once !!!

    • CHERI Mayell

      Like to see picture of this when complete it must look great! Very festive! 30yrs ago that was defiantly forward thinking! Yumyum