Camembert Cheese Log Crescent Rolls (Recipe)
Beau and I are working on a friend of our's wedding invites, RSVP cards, and programs, and the other night we had her over to go over paper samples (and drink wine). By no means were we expecting this, but Katie, the bride, was thoughtful enough to bring with her a DELICIOUS homemade appetizer:...wait for it...baked brie! (served on a cute platter and with a beautiful cheese knife - both a present for us) BTW - want to impress someone? That's one way to do it. Kudos, Katie!
OMG it was so good. I'm embarrassed to say that (mostly thanks to me) the majority of it was gone by the end of the meeting. So how to make it? Read below...
Camembert Cheese Log Crescent Rolls:
1. Spread butter around a 9" round pan.
2. Lay out crescent rolls (flat) and add cheese (Brie in this case) in the middle. Tip: try breaking apart the cheese.
3. Roll up the sides of the crescent rolls around the cheese
4. In a separate bowl, whisk one egg and 1 tsp of water, spread over cheese
5. Bake for 15 minutes @ 350
6. Melt one stick of butter (oh hey, Paula) and mix in a 1/2 cup brown sugar, and pecans. Spread over dish
Easy enough, right? and it's SO, SO good!