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Cedar Planked Fruit & Wine Brie Bites

These Cedar Planked Fruit & Wine Brie Bites are bursting with flavours of buttery Brie cheese, fresh berries, wine and the slight flavour of the cedar plank. They are ah-mazing!

I have a love affair with cheese. I could eat it morning, noon and night…and Brie cheese? Don’t even get me started on its deliciousness. I think a Brie wheel ends up on the snack table at every one of our family get togethers, and we all stand over its melted gooeyness scooping it up with crackers or bread. And I’m always looking for new Brie recipes…like these delicious fruit + wine Brie bites.

Cedar Planked Fruit & Wine Brie Bites

Brie + fruit = delicious.

I love pairing fresh berries (especially raspberries) with Brie cheese…the creaminess of the Brie with the sweet and tart of the berries is so so good. And with a little splash of wine, yes yes yes.

Cedar Planked Fruit & Wine Brie Bites

Brie Bites are great for individual servings.

You can make this recipe with a regular Brie wheel, but you can also make it extra adorable and use little individual Brie bites for little individual appetizers. Have you ever seen cuter Brie? Your guests will love these.

Cedar Planked Fruit & Wine Brie Bites

Make them extra flavourful with a cedar plank.

While you can certainly bake these Brie bites in the oven, they are extra delicious when baked/grilled on a cedar plank…the light woody cedar flavour it adds to these bites is scrumptious.

Cedar Planked Fruit & Wine Brie Bites

Fruity Brie Bites Recipe Tips

  • Brie Cheese: These are so cute as mini Brie cheese wheels, they’re also perfect for individual servings. You can also use one big Brie wheel instead.
  • Cooking Method: The Brie bites in this recipe are grilled/baked on a cedar plank in the barbecue, but you can also make them in the oven. Set your oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Fruit: This recipe calls for fresh strawberries and raspberries, but you can switch it up. Use all strawberries, or all raspberries. Or even try some blueberries or cherries.
  • Wine: Use your favourite white wine for this recipe. We like Sauvignon Blanc.
  • Cedar Plank: Using a cedar plank makes these Brie bites even more delicious, but if you don’t have one, that’s just fine, you can still make these. Just place the bites on a baking tray and proceed with the recipe.
  • How to know when they are ready: These Brie bites are done once the Brie looks like it’s almost ready to melt out of its rind.
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Fruit + Wine Brie Bites

These Cedar Planked Fruit & Wine Brie Bites are bursting with flavours of buttery Brie cheese, fresh berries, wine and the slight flavour of the cedar plank. They are ah-mazing!

  • Author: Jo-Anna Rooney
  • Prep Time: 1 hour
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 5 minutes
  • Yield: 10 bites 1x
  • Category: Appetizer
  • Method: Baking

Ingredients

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  • 1 cedar plank
  • 10 mini Brie cheese wheels (or one large Brie wheel)
  • 1/2 cup chopped fresh strawberries
  • 1/2 cup fresh raspberries
  • 1/4 cup raspberry jam
  • 1/4 cup white wine like Sauvignon Blanc
  • fresh ground pepper

Instructions

  1. Soak the cedar plank in cold water for at least 1 hour.
  2. In a bowl combine the fresh berries, raspberry jam, and wine. Add fresh ground pepper to taste. Mix well…you can use a potato masher to lightly mash everything.
  3. Preheat your barbecue to medium-high heat.
  4. Once the plank has been soaked, pat it dry, then place the Brie bites onto the plank, evenly spacing them out.
  5. Add a generous spoonful of the berry mixture on to the top of each Brie bite.
  6. Then place the plank on to your grill, close the lid and cook for 5-10 minutes.
  7. You have to check on them, and make sure that the Brie doesn’t melt out. They are done once the Brie looks like it’s almost ready to melt out of its rind.
  8. Serve with crackers or fresh chunks of bread!

Keywords: Brie bites, fruity Brie appetizer

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  1. Just curious and want to be sure…. Is that supposed to be a 1/4 “cup” of raspberry jam? Thanks…. looks like a yummy recipe to try!

  2. Hi ,Oh yummy, I love strawberries, It sounds delicious,thank you for your recipe,I want to make it for breakfast ,it ‘s great.thank you again for sharing 😉

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