In the Kitchen: Baked Brie Shells

Margi Kyle

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Baked Brie Shells

By Margi Kyle, The Designing Doctor, LLC


Want to Look like The Hostess with the Mostess? Serve Baked Brie Shells!




Buy a box of frozen phyllo shells (Found in any grocery store, see photo above.)

1 jar, Stonewall Kitchen roasted garlic/onion jam. (This jam is wonderful on a lot of different things. We love it on chicken. You can find it in a specialty store or order from

1 wedge, Brie cheese



Pre-heat your oven to 325F.

Spray a muffin tin, small size — typically 12 muffin spots, with any nonstick spray.

Place one shell in each spot.

Fill each shell with the garlic/onion jam. Cover with a piece of Brie cheese.

Bake for 8 to 10 minutes. Watch them because every oven is different, and you don’t want to burn them.

Take them out and serve.

Make lots because they go fast, and everyone loves them!




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Recipe preparation and photo by Margi Kyle, The Designing Doctor, LLC.




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