Baked Brie in Phyllo

Servings: 4
Time: 1 hour
Print Recipe
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time35 mins
Resting Time20 mins
Course: Appetizer

Who doesn’t like baked delights?! Well, I absolutely love them! Baking cakes and muffins is my favorite part of the weekend. Also, I have a thing for desserts - after dinner, they are a MUST in our home.
I’ve recently started experimenting with phyllo dough. It’s an amazing ingredient you can use for baked delights, and they become even more delicious, in my opinion. I read about it online, and I’m glad I found it. It has made baking so much easier for me, because it saves a lot of time, and makes for a beautiful presentation.
Let me tell you about this dish, I recently tried, which was absolutely delicious! It’s called baked brie - you may have heard of it before. Well, in case you haven’t, it is a flaky, warm, mouth-watering, baked delight. Also, it’s definitely a must-try for the canna-loving people out there. So, I’m sharing with you my go-to baked brie recipe.

  • 3 tbsp salted butter
  • 1 beaten egg
  • 3 tbsp infused butter
  • 1 4.5" wheel brie
  • 5 sheets

    of phyllo dough (defrosted in fridge first and then at room temp, for about 20 mins)

  • Pre-heat the oven at 340 °F
  • Place the phyllo dough sheets on work surface. Cover them with slightly wet paper towel.
  • Melt the infused butter & salted butter on low heat, on the stove or microwave. Set aside, when melted.
  • Place the dough sheets, one at a time, on a baking tray & brush each with melted butter.
  • Once that is done, place brie on top of the phyllo sheets. Then wrap the brie in the dough, bringing edges up to the top. Brush again with melted butter.
    Tip: Gather the edges of the phyllo in the center, on the top, and twist, to make a lovely pattern. Gently trim excess dough, as necessary with a small, sharp knife or with kitchen scissors. Just ensure there is enough dough to completely encase the cheese.
    Tip: For an easy, clean presentation, wrap brie like a present & flip to keep seams on bottom.
  • Take the beaten egg and brush it on the dough.
  • Bake for about 35 mins (until the crust turns golden-brown).
  • Allow to settle for about 20 mins. And your dish is ready!

Baked Brie in Phyllo Recipe by BMWO

Leave a Comment