Party Food: Pecan Pie Brie Bites
I love this recipe, y’all! Love it! It’s technically a dessert but totally passes as an “appetizer” too. It’s fall-flavored for upcoming parties and ready in minutes. I’ve always added jam or preserves over bites of brie, but the upcoming fall season needed a little redo of this popular treat. Pecan pie is a fave down south so I decided it would go over well with my friends and family. I was right! These were gobbled up in minutes. Might I suggest doubling the recipe.
You can’t SEE the brie very well but it’s hiding under there and it pairs so well with the sweet pecan pie topping. They’re baked just long enough for the sugary sweetness to melt down into the brie. The phyllo cups crisp up perfectly and va-voom! Ready to plate. Don’t worry if you have a million things to do before guests arrive (assuming you’re serving these at a party) because they taste just fine if they cool down. Not to worry.
Let’s talk about how to make them, shall we? It’s simple.
You start with these cute phyllo cups. Find them in the grocery freezer aisle by puff pastry, phyllo dough, etc. Grab a box and off you go.
Grab your brie (essential, folks)! Truly though, I keep brie in my refrigerator all the time because it’s perfect to have on-hand for drop-in-guests, etc. Like these bites? Ready in under 20 minutes. We’re all about quick and tasty around here!
The brie goes in first and it’s topped with the pecan pie amazing-ness. It’s truly magical and I dare you not to eat some from the bowl as you prepare these. I warned you. Find the full recipe below…
Pecan Pie Brie Bites
- 15 phyllo cups - or mini pies
- 1 brie wedge
- 1 cup pecans - chopped
- 1/3 cup brown sugar
- 1/4 cup butter - melted
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Arrange phllyo cups on cookie sheet.
- Cut brie wedge into mini teaspoon-size bites. Place one brie bite in each phllyo cup.
- In a small mixing bowl, combine pecans, brown sugar, butter, and cinnamon. Stir to combine and spoon topping onto phyllo cups.
- Bake for 10-12 minutes.
There you have it! Even if you don’t throw a party this fall (which you totally should, by the way), you have to try these bites. Find an occasion. Football game on this weekend? Occasion! New season of Dancing With the Stars? Occasion! New mom and actually got to the grocery store to get these ingredients? Occasion!
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These look amazing!! Beautiful and delicious… the perfect combo!
Thank you Glory!!
My favorite things all in one little bite!
Thank you Amy!!
`Did you bake the filo cups first? I can’t wait to try these!
Did you bake the filo cups first?
Nope, they are prebaked!
These are SO lovely and fun and unique! What a great recipe!
Thank you, Amanda!!
Looks delicious! Can these be reheated later?
I made these last night to serve at my annual cookie party. They were incredibly delectable. Amazing!!
YAY!!!! LOVE this Debbie!