Apple Pie baked brie will be a show stopper at your Thanksgiving feast this year! The holiday is now in less than a week, and I know for sure there are people out there panicking.. asking all of the usual hosting questions during this time of year.. What’s on my grocery list? What appetizers should I make that people will actual want to enjoy before the epic turkey spread?! I have your answer right here diamonds! Everyone and their mother loves loves loves apple pie (especially on Thanksgiving) and let’s be real.. who doesn’t love a good cheese? Honestly, this starter board is so satisfying that it will be just enough to serve all of your guests, and to get their taste buds soaring, making them extra ready for that perfect sit down meal we look forward to all year long!
Start with two apples to create the apple pie filling to put onto of our brie! You’ll need a peeler because we will not be keeping the skin on in our mixture.
- You will also need a block of brie cheese, pastry sheets, salted butter, and cinnamon butter biscuits.
Chop the two apples up into medium dice pieces, and have your butter on guard! lol
Melt two tablespoons of salted butter in a sauté pan. Let it fully melt before adding in the apple pie ingredients.
Pile the chopped apples, cinnamon, and a handful of brown sugar on top of the melted butter.
After about five minutes of sautéing on medium low heat, this is what the glazed apple pie filling will look like!
- Take this filling out of the pan and put it into a clean bowl to cool down in the fridge, while we prepare our pastry dough.
Grease a pie pan with butter spray.
Prepare an egg wash to glaze over the top of you brie wrapped in puff pastry dough. All an “egg wash” is, is one egg whisked with either a splash of water, or splash of milk depending on what you would like to use. Adding liquid to the egg just makes it easier to brush on.
Uncover your brie cheese from the wrapping, and place it onto a full sheet of puff pastry over our greased pie pan.
Pile the pie filling on our brie cheese.. make sure it is cool; getting prepared to wrap it up like a little Christmas present! Hehe
Ugh! Thanksgiving in plain sight ! WOW
In order to wrap this baby up you’ll need to just take each corner to the center! So, when I finished wrapping the brie, all I did was take this last corner up to the middle of the little pie, and finished with the brushing of the egg wash.
For some sugary goodness, and wonderful presentation, I sprinkled on coarse gold sugar. It makes the outside glisten when it’s finished.
Now.. time for a trip into the oven at 400 degrees for a half hour.
- We want to dough to be fully cooked!!
You can create these cinnamon twists I am about to show you while the brie is baking, or you can do it before it goes in the oven to bake at the same time as the brie.. which is exactly what I did! Simply, for the reasoning of everything being hot, and ready to serve at the same time!
So since two pastry sheets come in a box and I had a full one left over, instead of just sticking it into the freezer leaving it for another time, I decided to use it to make a cookie twist! All you do is lay out the sheet of dough on a cutting board, and use a pizza cutter to cut one inch strips so we could create our twisted twists!
All twisted up like a pretzel, before brushing with our egg wash, so we could make them yummy and seasoned with sugar.
Make sure to really coat the entire twist with the egg wash, and cinnamon sugar.
Bake at 400 degrees for about 15 minutes. I advise checking on them throughout the cooking process.. you want them to be soft, and flaky. If overcooking occurs, they will begin to get dry and hard.
So puffy and so yummy looking! I bet you wish you can just grab one through the screen! HAHA .. Keep in mind too.. these are so simple to make, and they will absolutely impress your guests, making a total statement!
OH. MY. GOODNESS. Have you ever seen anything more deliciously golden brown?
On a holiday, I always think that your appetizers should line your counters; and your dinning room table should be filled with the whole meal. So in that case, I set up this beautiful board with sliced honey crisp apples, and cinnamon butter biscuit cookies. The two will pair absolutely gorgeously with the flavors of the apple pie mixed into the melty brie.
I decorated this pumpkin plate with the cinnamon twists. I think it looks really tasteful when something “unusual” is on a small sandwich plate. It makes your counter scape look like it has a lot of interest, and layers going on.
Closed.. to opened!
I have no words actually for how warm, and inviting this set up is going to look at your holiday gathering this year!
Let’s be so incredibly thankful for that ooeey gooey-ness!! Also, for family of course. (;
Happy Thanksgiving Diamonds! I hope you indulge in food and family fun.. and maybe just maybe follow at the bottom right hand corner if you love this post!