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– a small town, midwestern girl living in sunny South Florida with my husband and our two golden doodles.
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Who doesn’t love brie? Luckily I’m surrounded by brie lovers– just the way it should be! This easy Fig Jam Baked Brie recipe is just 3 ingredients and comes together in less than 20 minutes making it a quick and simple appetizer that you can bring to your next get-together!
When I first tested out this recipe, I don’t think I ate a different variation of brie for months. I couldn’t stop making this fig jam baked brie. Everywhere I brought it, people raved about it, so why switch up a good thing?
I’ve served this recipe on both a large grazing board and all on it’s own– it definitely can hold a crowd all by itself, but it makes a nice wow factor to any cheese or charcuterie board.
If serving it all on it’s own, add some color with rosemary sprigs and fresh figs! If adding to a cheese board, I find it pairs well with manchego cheese, honey, green grapes, pears, figs and prosciutto. I love to pair it with rosemary or black pepper crisps from 34º Crisps. However, you don’t really need a cracker thanks to the crescent roll dough the brie is baked in.
All you need to make this fig jam baked brie is a crescent roll dough sheet, fig jam and a wheel of brie. If you can’t find crescent roll dough sheets, normal crescent roll dough will work just as well.
Also, this is not sponsored at all, but I feel the need to mention it; I’ve tried a lot of fig jams, and my favorite one is the Dalmatia Fig Spread. So yummy!
This is such an easy recipe to keep all the ingredients on hand. That way, you have an easy appetizer to whip up when last minute plans or house guests come calling. Simply unroll your crescent roll dough onto a lined baking tray, add the brie to half and top with fig jam. Fold over the other half of your dough, cut off the excess and pinch up the sides to seal. Put it into a 350º oven for 12-15 minutes or until golden and serve!
This Easy Fig Jam Baked Brie Recipe is just 3 ingredients and comes together in less than 20 minutes
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