I love holidays, but holiday food does not have to be geared toward kids to be fun. This is a very adult, and very delicious option. It is a pastry dough that is stuffed with brie and apricot preserve. OH MY YUM! What with baked brie isn’t yummy though right? Anyway, it is fast, easy and so much fun. You can get your kids involved too if you want, by having them cut the dough into shapes with the cookie cutters!
Jam and Brie Bites
- 1 recipe Pastry Dough
- 1 package brie approximately 6 ounces
- 1 cup preserve of choice
- 2 egg whites beaten
- Prepare pastry dough, and roll it out, cut into 2 inch round circles
- Put a slice of brie on circle
- Top with a scoop of jam
- Fold over pastry dough and seal
- Brush top with beaten egg whites
- Bake at 375 for 20-25 minutes, until golden brown
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Gather up your ingredients.
Cut out the shapes you want.
Cut your brie into slices. I got this log because I felt like it would be the perfect size for my cookie cutters. but you can use whatever works best for you.
Assemble, dough, brie, preserve.
Then wet the edges, and put another piece of dough on top. Sealing the edges together. Do an egg wash, and pop them in the oven to bake.
If you do not already have Halloween themed cookie cutters, Amazon offers this set at a great price!
And because today’s food activity did not have a specific scary theme, we read one of my favorite Halloween books, simply because I love The Bernestain Bears. The Berenstain Bears Trick or Treat (First Time Books)