This round wheel of Brie is dusted with curry powder, then spread with a mango chutney, studded with chopped cashews, and baked until the cheese inside the rind is melted. The sweet/savory combination is creamy and delicious.
Delectable Brie never appeared more elegant than when bathed in a brandy sauce with mushrooms, almonds and tarragon. Serve this appetizer warm with baguette slices.
Brie cheese smothered with fresh figs cooked with brown sugar, vanilla, and almonds, then baked until almost melted. Serve warm with water crackers as a wonderful holiday appetizer or special treat during fig season. Canned figs in syrup may be substituted for fresh by reducing the brown sugar to 1/4 cup and replacing the water with syrup.
Impress your guests with this incredibly fast and easy twist on traditional baked brie.
I love baked Brie. This is an easy and delicious way to prepare it. Any kind of jam may be used in place of cranberry sauce (I like raspberry). I have been told by many that they'd like to make a meal out of it.
Stuffed celery, it's easy to make and kids love it. My Great Grandma always made this and my cousins and I used to fight over the last piece.
All the ingredients you love on a steaming baked potato -gathered up into one rich dip. Serve it with chips for a refreshing change from the requisite crock of onion mix.
Cream cheese holds together sweet ingredients--canned fruit cocktail, vanilla pudding and almonds.
Pineapple, walnuts and pecans add a sweet crunch to this spreadable hors d 'oeuvres.
This classic cheese ball--with the requisite cream cheese base--starts with chopped meat and ends with walnuts.