Brie Topped with Figs and Honey

brie, figs, honey, appetizer, easy apps, recipe, thyme, cheese, mackenzie childs, fall cooking, seasonal

brie, figs, honey, appetizer, easy apps, recipe, thyme, cheese, mackenzie childs, fall cooking, seasonal

Darlings, a cheese course/starter is always a winner. And if you can spice it up with some goodies, it can be made extra special. I mean, I’m all for a generic cheese platter, but this brie topped with figs, honey and sprinkled with thyme leaves is a game changer! Just ask my hubby…and no, he’s not biased.

What makes it special…

The ingredients make this special and there are only 4 so it’s also super easy! Assembly required.

Brie Topped with Figs and Honey

Ingredients:

  • Brie – I typically go for a round because it’s most common in the store and the halves seem a bit small
  • Fresh Figs (make sure to rinse them first)
  • Honey (my husbands aunt makes fresh honey in Maine so we used that, but you could use any brand…or if you want, use agave)
  • Fresh Thyme leaves

Place the brie on a nice plate (I went with this small cake stand that fit perfectly with my Mackenzie Childs Fall theme at our house). Note: If you prefer your brie softened, you could bake at about 350 degrees for about 5 min. Then cut the figs in half and place on top of brie. Drizzle the honey and sprinkle with fresh thyme leaves. √Čt voila!

brie, figs, honey, appetizer, easy apps, recipe, thyme, cheese, mackenzie childs, fall cooking, seasonal

brie, figs, honey, appetizer, easy apps, recipe, thyme, cheese, mackenzie childs, fall cooking, seasonal

photos by Anne Kim of Laura Metzler Photography

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