What’s better than a recipe for maple glazed brie? How about two! Take your pick between brie made in the smoker or in the oven.
Smoked Maple Glazed Brie
1. Grilling Network – “Smoked Maple Glazed Cranberry Brie Cheese”
If you love to break out the grill during the warm months or love the aromatic smell of pecan wood coming from your smoker, this is one way to use your barrel-aged maple. Allen over at the Grilling Network whipped up a piping hot batch of glazed brie cheese that is to die for!
Recipe Ingredients: 1 round brie cheese | 1/4 c dried cranberries + water | 1/4 c pecans | 2-3 TBSP bourbon barrel aged maple syrup
- Preheat pellet smoker to 325 degrees F.
- Add cranberries and water to covered skillet. Place in smoker 5-10 minutes. Set aside.
- Remove top layer of cheese. Place in skillet in smoker for 5-10 minutes or until softened.
- Top brie with cranberries, pecans, and bourbon barrel aged maple syrup.
- Return to smoker for 5 minutes.
- Let cool before enjoying.
Recipe courtesy of Allen at Grilling Network
About Grilling Network:
Allen has a passion for cooking meals that are meant to be enjoyed with family and friends. That frequently means breaking out the grill or smoker for large groups. Over time, Allen has built up an arsenal of trusted and true recipes any BBQ enthusiast can master. He also takes pleasure in testing new products and grilling techniques to bring you the only the very best.
Allen enjoys sharing both his love of cooking and Jesus with any guest that’s willing to join him for dinner.
2. Dutch Oven Daddy – “Maple Glazed Cranberry Brie”
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
- Place Brie in small cast iron skillet. Top with nuts, cranberries and maple syrup.
- Bake 10 minutes or until cheese has softened.
- Let cool for 1-2 minutes before serving. (If you can)
- Enjoy dip with your favorite crackers.
Recipe courtesy of Ned at Dutch Oven Daddy
About Dutch Oven Daddy:
Ned slowly fell in love with cast iron cooking after satisfying his mother-in-law’s need of hearty meals while recovering from a foot injury. She had previously gifted Ned with a cast iron skillet, so he put it to use, cooking several meals a week for her. To keep track of what he was making each week, Ned started cataloging his recipes through the Dutch Oven Daddy blog.
Now, Ned still enjoys cooking and everything cast iron.