Cranberry Brie Bombs
Our adoration for crescent roll recipes is no secret. Why make a mixture from scratch when everybody loves the canned stuff?! These little guys are the ideal starter to make during the holidays. Be cautioned: It’ll everlastingly change the way you consider brie.
We should discuss occasion appetizers and mixed drink party snacks. Everybody needs just a couple of really dependable group pleasers around the holidays, no? It’s an alleviation for a cook to set out a plate of tasty bites while he puts the finishing touches on a feast. Furthermore, in the spirit of giving, let me offer you the prettiest, easiest, and most lusciously debauched hors d’oeuvre I know: hot cheese smothered in sweet cranberry sauce. That is to say, hi.
We’ve most likely all had heated brie, ooey and gooey and deliciously old-school, but this is by a wide margin my favorite way to do it. The Brie’s woodsy richness is supplemented by the tart, slightly astringent cranberries, and it’s heated until it’s gurgling and oozey then scooped up with crackers. It’s rich, sweet, and festive — for all intents and purposes a dessert — despite the fact that I’ve discovered that individuals will assault it whenever of day.
I revere cranberries and I don’t imagine that they should be consigned to just one appearance on the Thanksgiving table. Their tart zip and clear color are a shelter to a wide range of fall and winter dishes. They also keep well indeed. I usually stash a couple of bags in the cooler during post-Thanksgiving sales.
This tidbit features these good things about cranberries, and it uses up extra cranberry sauce, as well. It’s a great reason to just make a little extra for Thanksgiving dinner. Better yet, twofold the recipe. Individuals love this stuff.Print
Cranberry Brie Bombs
- 1 tsp Pinch flaky sea salt
- 1 tsp.
- 1 tsp
chopped thyme leaves
- 4 tbsp
- 1/2 c.
tube biscuit dough
- Preheat oven to 375° and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. Cut brie into 1” cubes.
- Slice each biscuit in half to create two thin rounds. Dollop a small spoonful of cranberry sauce onto each round and top with a piece of brie. Bring up edges of dough and pinch to seal. Place seam side-down on prepared baking sheet.
- Starting with the short side, roll up each rectangle. Pinch edges to seal, then cut each roll into 4 slices and place cut side up in baking dish.
- In a small bowl, whisk butter, thyme, and salt until combined. Brush over roll-ups.
- Bake until dough is golden, about 20 minutes.
Inspired by our famous Cranberry Brie Bites, this easy appetizer is perfect for your holiday party. It’s just another reason why we love biscuit dough!