Brie Bites are super easy to make, and most everyone likes them. Sweet, salty, and crunchy…what’s not to like? I made these for our families annual Christmas gathering at my friend Julie’s house. I also made Mexican Spinach, and crock pot meatballs. Those recipes will come later.
1 package 15 mini fillo (phyllo) shells (I found mine in the freezer section.)
4-6 oz. brie cheese (casing removed; to make removing the casing easier, put brie in freezer for a few minutes, it will also make it easier to cut the brie into cubes)
1 jar of favorite preserves (apricot is shown, but I ran out and used ended up using plum jelly)
Preheat oven to 350°F.
Place mini shells on a baking sheet with either parchment paper or a splat-mat.
Cut brie into ½ cubes and put one in each mini shell.
Top each brie filled mini shell with a little of the preserve (almost ½ teaspoon). If you choose to add the Pecan, you can place on top of the preserves.
Bake in 350°F oven for 7 minutes or until brie has melted. Be careful to keep an eye on it so shells don’t burn.
I didn’t get a finished picture.