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Oven Baked Brie

Similar to many recipes I have dabbled with, tried a hand at or even perfected, much of my inspiration has come directly from the teachings of my mother. Over the years, my skill-set has been established mainly by observing her talents in the kitchen.

One of the most important lessons I learned from her was how to prepare proper appetizers and Hors d’oeuvre. Countless of these pre-dinner recipes have been concocted in our family kitchen over the years, however there is one that particularly tickled the taste buds of the Elliott family; Baked Brie.

I’m sure most people have heard of Brie and perhaps have had the pleasure of enjoying it in the past. However, I can guarantee you have never had it like this. Although this recipe is quite simple to prepare and requires almost no talent or knowledge of cuisine, it is nothing short of dynamite.

Follow these steps carefully and enjoy the rich and tasty results:


1) 1 (halved) 8oz wheel of Brie cheese

2) 1/2 cup of sliced Sun-dried Tomatoes

3) 1/2 cup of diced Fresh Parsley

4) 3 cloves of diced Garlic


1) Preheat the oven to 250 degrees

2) On a large (oiled) baking sheet place the halves of Brie 1 inch apart

3) In a medium-sized bowl, mix the chopped Garlic, Sun-dried Tomatoes and Parsley together

4) Evenly spread the mixture over each half of the Brie

5) Bake in the preheated oven for 20-30 or until melted to desired extent.

6) Serve with crackers or Nann for the best results.

7) Thank Chris Elliott for another culinary gem.


  • Anonymous

    Love when you toss out recipes… posting this to tumblr!!!

    • Chris Elliott

      Sounds good dawg! Glad you enjoyed. I highly recommend you try this, by the way.

  • Jonathanleebrock

    Dude.. do I have a brie baker if you need it sometime. ;) You know how this frenchy rolls!

    • Chris Elliott

      ahahah Yes! That’s amazing. Brie is a god send and I’m glad you think so too. 

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