If you’re looking for what to serve with baked brie, you’ve come to the right place. Brie is a yummy appetizer or snack that goes with so many different foods. Whether you bake the brie cheese in a puff pastry or all by itself, you’ll find lots of next level options that go with the creamy cheese.
Whether you’re adding it to the table for an adult birthday party or serving it at a baby shower, the gooey texture will keep people hovering at the snack table. And brie pairs so well with a wide variety of foods.
There are so many different ways to bake brie. If you already have a recipe that you like, use it. If not, try this baked brie recipe from Southern Plate. You’ll be delighted with the creamy texture of the melty cheese.
When you bake brie, make sure you cover your baking sheet with parchment paper. You can even transfer the parchment paper to the charcuterie board or serving platter after it’s done.
Baked Brie on a Charcuterie Board
A golden brown wheel of brie is the perfect centerpiece and a classic appetizer to add to your charcuterie board. It’s a great way to satisfy guests, either while they’re waiting for their meal at your dinner party or while they socialize during cocktail hour.
The richness of the brie might even be the best part of the get-together. For sure, it’s a delicious party appetizer.
Whether you’re serving brie for a special occasion or during the holiday season, it’s one of the most sophisticated appetizers you can offer.
The good news is that it’s also one of the easiest appetizers, as long as you have the perfect side dishes and condiments to give your guests the best brie experience.
Do you want to up your baked brie game? If you drizzle a little olive oil and sprinkle some sunflower seeds over the top of the brie, your guests will be impressed.
Also add a little bit of fresh rosemary to take it to the next level of amazing. Another option if you have time is to place some caramelized onions over the top.
Serve whatever beverages you like. Some great suggestions are pinot noir, sauvignon blanc, lemonade, tea, or your favorite mixed drink. If you are able, offer a variety of beverages.
Perfect Condiments and Sides to Serve with Brie
Special occasions, holiday parties, or simple get-togethers with friends call for lots of yummy food. Remember that some of the best side dishes can be made with simple ingredients. Don’t be afraid to try something new and different.
1. Cloud Bread
This light, fluffy bread is perfect for any cheese board. It’s a simple recipe that is a great addition to any appetizer table.
If you want something with unique flavor, try this amazing rustic artisan bread from Out of the Box Baking. It’s loaded with lots of goodness that delivers satisfaction on all levels.
For those who enjoy a little heat, make these delicious spicy hot fire crackers. Just make sure you warn those who want to partake. These are spicy but absolutely delicious!
If you like a crusty bread, you’ll love this Irish soda bread from Miz Helen’s Country Cottage. It’s delicious, crunchy, and absolutely satisfying. It’s wonderful with baked brie or even softened cream cheese.
5. Fruit Kabobs
Fresh fruit adds color, texture, nutrients, and a whole lot of deliciousness. Use a blend of traditional and exotic fruits for unique flavor. If you use apple slices, be sure to coat them in lemon juice to prevent them from turning brown too quickly.
You can have a side dish of roasted pecans next to the savory cheese wheel. Or you can sprinkle them over the top to add some extra crunch.
Making a yummy strawberry jam is easier than you might think. Try this recipe from Southern Bite, and you’ll see what I’m talking about. You can also try this fresh fig jam from The Spruce Eats.
One of the most delicious sides that I make can also be perfect when served alongside your baked brie. And that’s Brussels sprouts that are roasted to a crispy golden brown.
Sure, you can add cherry tomatoes to the appetizer table. But stuffed cherry tomatoes can add more different flavors that everyone will love.
10. Candied Pecans
Add a little extra sweetness with these scrumptious candied pecans. They’re good on the side or sitting atop the baked brie wheel.
Do you enjoy south-of-the-border foods? Then why not serve some tortilla chips to go with the brie? You might discover that they’re the perfect pairing for your taste buds!
12. Homemade Salsa
While you’re spreading baked brie on your corn chips, you might as well add some of this yummy homemade salsa. The combination will make you so happy!
Asparagus definitely has a place on the appetizer table. Wrap it in bacon, and you’ll see what everyone else agrees! It’s absolutely delicious!
If you have a can or chickpeas and a few other simple ingredients, you can make a wonderful side to go with your baked brie. I make them in my air fryer, but you can also make them in your oven.
I usually make a zesty dip to go with these chips. However, they’re absolutely amazing with creamy baked brie.
16. Pumpkin Butter
Throwing a holiday party? Add a little pumpkin butter to your baked brie to add some yummy holiday flavor!
If you’re a fan of grilled fruit, you’ll love these pineapple rings. I like to caramelize them in the air fryer. However, you can do the same thing on the grill if you prefer.
What to Do with Leftover Baked Brie
Carefully wrap the leftover brie in plastic wrap. Place it in a bowl or in an airtight container and put it in the fridge. You can reheat it the next day for a special snack.
The easy way to do this is to let it come to room temperature. Then put it in the microwave for just a few seconds.
Another option is to add some creamy brie to a sandwich or between tortillas for a quesadilla. Or try something completely different. It’s fun to experiment.
Enjoy Your Baked Brie
Whether you serve your baked brie warm, cold, or at room temperature, it’s a delicious treat if you like the creamy texture. And don’t be afraid to add your favorite side dishes and condiments. Chances are, if you like the food, so will your guests.