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Easy & Delicious Pumpkin Brie en Croute


Sometimes you just need a little something quick and simple- 
and delicious.
And that is pumpkin filled goodness.



The other day I was looking for a last minute recipe for something special for autumn.
I thought first of a fruit and cheese board- because, literally my go to for entertaining.
But I also wanted something that packed a pumpkin punch.
And I remembered a recipe I saw last year in September.


One that was all about 
brie cheese
pumpkin
and caramelized walnuts.
And it was done.
That was what I was adding to the cheese board.

Seriously
the easiest (and most delicious way) to make brie
is a brie en croute.

I am obsessed.
I  have shared this cranberry brie en croute recipe



And now looking at those photos again... 
I am hungry.
:)

Seriously though- if you are a pumpkin fan- 
this is your brie.


It is so easy to make
Here is the recipe originally and adapted from 

Pumpkin Baked Brie en Croute

INGREDIENTS:

1 sheet frozen puff pastry, thawed
2 tablespoons pumpkin butter,
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1 (8-ounce) wheel brie cheese
1/2 cup pecans or walnuts halved
1 large egg, beaten

DIRECTIONS:

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Place puff pastry onto the prepared baking sheet



and spread pumpkin butter in the center of the pastry- and place the brie on top.
Then repeat and spread pumpkin butter evenly over the top, 
leaving a 1-inch border, and sprinkle with cinnamon. 


Then top with caramelized pecans or walnuts.
I used walnuts- mainly because I had very few pecans on hand
and a whole bag of delicious walnuts staring at me- but you can use either one.


Fold the puff pastry sheets over the sides of the cheese 
wrapping the edges to fit around the cheese. 


Brush with beaten egg 
and bake.


Bake  until golden brown- or about about 20-25 minutes 
and then serve warm with crackers.
Or just by itself. 


I am seriously obsessed.
And a tip- if you want more pumpkin spice or cinnamon flavor- simply add more.
Less- simply add less or leave off.



But don't skimp on the size of the brie...
it is one of those things that are hard to stop nibbling on once you start.


Don't miss any of the delicious pumpkin recipes shared by my these amazing friends
today:

Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes by Boxwood Avenue | Paleo Pumpkin Chili by Nesting with Grace | Pumpkin Ginger Molasses Cookies by anderson + grant | Pumpkin Baked Brie en Croute by French Country Cotage | Nina Hendrick Design Co.
Pumpkin Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies by A Burst of Beautiful | Maple Glazed Pumpkin Hand Pies by Love Grows Wild | Pumpkin Patch Muffins by House 214 | Pumpkin Maple Pancakes by Finding Home Farms | Miniature Pumpkin Tarts by Zevy Joy
Oatmeal Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies by Miss Mustard Seed | Pumpkin Toffee Cupcakes with Salted Caramel Frosting by My Sweet Savannah | Pumpkin Pan Pie by Inspired by Charm




and if you need a pumpkin butter recipe for the brie-
easy pumpkin butter- here you go.



I hope everyone in the path of Irma has been staying safe
have a beautiful Monday everyone.














7 comments

  1. Pumpkin butter?! What a smart idea for a baked Brie. I bet this is so tasty. Thanks for sharing!

    xo Michael

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  2. So happy you're enjoying your beautiful range! I will definitely try this for Cheese Plate Friday Night (our new empty nest ritual) but since I'm Southern I'll try it with pecans instead. Pinning it!

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  3. Bonjour chère amie,

    Hummmm !! Un petit billet gourmand et précieux ! J'adore vos photos qui vous donnent envie de déguster ce Brie ! Un brie au lait cru j'espère !... sourire.

    Gros bisous 🌺

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  4. What a delicious looking treat to serve to guests (or yourself!). I never realized this could be adapted in so many ways for different seasons.

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  5. I love your recipes.

    ...but even more, I love your photos.

    Each one is so delicious and inviting...especially the photo of your table. It makes me think of your place as a welcoming invite where a neighbor could pop over for tea and something yummy to nibble.

    Thanks for such a great post!

    PS. I had to pin a few of these!

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  6. We are fans of baked brie, so will definitely make this yummy recipe. I love simple, and your cottage is totally charming. Everything you share is without question totally charming.

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  7. This looks absolutely decadent and delicious Courtney!

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