Honey Drizzled Brie Topped Pistachio Crisps.

Pistachios in my eyes are the prime nut of Spring. Just as walnuts are in the Winter. Even though pistachios are known to be salty and savory, I adore very much to combined them next to sweet flavors for that picture perfect salty/sweet bite. These little appetizers are exceptional for a girls get together, a quaint tea party, or an afternoon with your grandmother out in the gardens. They’re classy and insanely delicious. You Diamonds will feel rich even just after one small nibble. Be sure to make enough of them because they will be surprisingly addictive!

First Step: Bake Your Brie!

  • Slice your wedge of Brie right in half.
  • Drizzle with sweet sweet honey
  • Sprinkle on salt and pepper to taste.


  • While the Brie bakes in the oven.. coarsely chop up a handful of pistachios to garnish the tops of the crisps with.

Once the Brie is bubbly and gooey out of the oven, smother each crisp with a generous knife full of the soft, subtle cheese. Keep yourself in the mindset of spreading cream cheese on a bagel! You definitely don’t want to overload any of the cookie crisps. Then, for the final and most important steps.. you’re going to want to drizzle each of the hor d’oeuvres with more honey and garnish the tops with the chopped pistachios from earlier.

These honey drizzled Brie topped pistachio crisps are so yummy and decadent you’ll want to constantly have them on your counter for hor d’oeuvres hour all season long!



2 Comments Add yours

  1. Gail says:

    What are the ‘crisps’ you are using here and where are they found?


    1. They are called “pistachio crisps” .. less like a cracker though and more like a “cookie” so to speak. They’re very crunchy with a slight sweetness to them, but perfect for being paired with this combo!! I found them at my local Weis market!


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