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Apr 8, 2013

Crescent-Wrapped Baked Brie

Life has been the usual ordeal: cleaning, Relay For Life stuff, Youtube being a pain, cooking, baking, etc. Nothing too out of the ordinary. I don't really understand why Youtube keeps starting and stopping, but I am dealing with it. Oh! I have refrained from adding text to my photos before because I thought it was pointless, but now that Pinterest is big, the link to something can easily be lost. Basically, I am adding my blog link to my photos and the name of the recipe to one photo out of the bunch. If it bothers you, I apologize in advance, but Pinterest made me do it. Not really... it's just a precaution for the people on Pinterest who wonder what something is when someone switched the links out for a spam site. Anyway...

Crescent-Wrapped Baked Brie. In one word: nom. A delicious crescent roll outside and the ooey gooey cheesy center, mmmm. This is what I call delicious. I had never ever tried brie before this recipe and I decided that it was worth a little bit of money to purchase it. I did not use the 8 oz round as suggested (because the 7 oz wedge was on sale!) and I still had great success. If you love melty cheese and delicious crescent rolls, then this one is for you!

Crescent-Wrapped Baked Brie (from Pillsbury.com

  • 1 can (8 oz) of Pillsbury crescent dinner rolls OR 1 can (8 oz) of Pillsbury crescent Recipe Creations refrigerated seamless dough sheet (or any 8 oz tube/can/roll of crescent roll dough)
  • 8 oz. of Brie cheese (approximately), with the rind removed (rind is optional)
  • 1 egg, beaten
  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F (180 C).
  2. Prep your cookie sheet with parchment paper, a Silpat mat, or use a nonstick cookie sheet.
  3. If not using the seamless crescent roll dough: unroll the dough, divide in half, and pinch the seams together with your fingers. You will have two squares of dough. If you use the seamless crescent roll dough: unroll the dough and then cut it in half to form two squares. 
  4. Place the Brie on top of and in the middle of one square and cover with the other dough square. Fold the bottom edges over the top edges. Trim extra dough if needed.
  5. Brush the dough with the beaten egg.
  6. Bake for 20 - 24 minutes, or until golden brown.
  7. Cool for 15 minutes.
  8. Serve warm and enjoy!
There are plenty of savory and sweet add ins that could be added to vary the flavor of this dish. I hope you like it! 


Love it? Hate it? Want to make it? Let me know what you think with a comment below!
As always...

Bon app├ętit!

1 comment:

  1. Yum!! I swear my Daughter just pinned this in Pinterest!! Looks awesome!