Please tell me I'm not the only gal who gets to a point in her busy day where she finds, not that she''d forgotten to eat anything at all because let's be real – who does that? - but where she realizes she's not taken a shred of care to fix anything for herself. At this point you're starving and grumpy and it's about nine PM and it happens to me all the time. Then I'm liable to give in and eat something junky because the crankiness has kicked in and I really just want to eat something right now and a stale graham cracker is about my speed. If this scenario sounds familiar, I have a swanky solution for you that is old as the hills, classy as a cortado, and takes just about as long as toasting the bread to eat it with.
Hey there, hero.
I mean, honestly. Honey and brie and walnuts are a trio made in heaven. For this recipe which comfortably sustains a snacking foursome, you will want half a wheel of brie, seven minutes in the oven, a drizzle of honey, and a scattering of walnuts. Oh, that and a several good friends or family members to help you demolish this before you decide that you're more than capable of doing so yourself. Because that happens, you know. PS - the bread in these photos is straight up smuggled out of the Norfolk docks district from a little place called The Bakehouse at Chelsea. I just thought you might want to know I ran great risk obtaining bread to eat with my cheese.
Baked Brie With Walnuts & Honey
½ wheels brie cheese
2 Tablespoons of honey
1/3 chopped walnuts
1 hearty baguette, sliced and toasted
1.) Heat oven to 350 degrees F. Line baking sheet with parchment paper and set brie on top. Spoon honey over-top of the brie and sprinkle the walnuts. Bake for 5-7 minutes or until cheese begins to look melted. Serve with toasted baguette or a hearty, sliced loaf.
Next post we'll be discussing holiday drinks to inspire you in the upcoming Thanksgiving festivities so stay tuned! I might have dyed my palms yellow in that effort...