Warm Cranberry Brie Bites

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These warm cranberry brie bites are a great appetizer during the fall and winter seasons, especially for holiday parties or gatherings!

With warm crescent rolls, cranberry sauce, and gooey melted brie cheese, these are a fancy but easy snack to make for your next get-together to impress your guests.

Warm Cranberry Brie Bites
Finished cranberry brie bite

Warm Cranberry Brie Bites

Maybe you’ll serve them for Thanksgiving or maybe you’ll use your leftover cranberry sauce to make these during a winter holiday party, or even use the green and red colors (from the cranberries and sprig of rosemary) to make a festive Christmas-themed h’ors d’oeuvre.

This recipe was contributed by Amanda Faulkner. Originally posted on my blog Tuxedo Cats and Coffee.

Cranberry brie bites on a plate

Cranberry Brie Bite Ingredients:

  • 1 wheel of Brie cheese
  • 1 can of crescent sheets (or crescent dough)
  • 1 can whole cranberry sauce
  • Fresh rosemary
  • Muffin tin

Instructions for Cranberry Brie Bites:

Lightly flour a countertop.  

Roll out a sheet of crescent dough.  If you can’t find the whole sheets, you can use the crescent rolls, just pinch the perforated lines to make them whole.

Rolling out a sheet of crescent dough

Using a knife or pizza cutter, slice into 12 pieces.  If using a mini muffin tin for tiny bites, cut the dough into 24 pieces.

Cutting the crescent dough into pieces

Next, slice your cheese into 12 pieces.  I cut the rind of mine, but you can leave it on if you wish.  It is edible and a bit of personal preference! If using the mini pan, cut each slice in half.   

Slicing the brie cheese

Spray a muffin tin with cooking spray.  Put each square of dough into the pan making sure that it forms a bit of a bowl.

Add one slice of cheese into each dough ‘bowl’.

Putting the dough and cheese into a muffin tin
A muffin tin full of dough and cheese slices

Open a can of whole cranberry sauce.  Spoon some on top of each piece of cheese.  

Adding cranberry sauce to the muffin tins

Lastly, lay a bit of fresh rosemary on top of each one.  

Adding rosemary on top of the cranberry bites

Bake in the oven at 375 for 12-15 minutes.  

Serve warm.

Warm cranberry and cheese bites

Plate these cranberry brie appetizers on clean white plates with sprigs of fresh rosemary for decoration on top of a red and black checked tablecloth or napkin. Perfect for a Christmas or holiday party!

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