Hey Everybody! Here is a tasty summer treat that friends and family will savor. This recipe is courtesy of Nicole at Presley’s Pantry. When my wife and I served Honey Brie tarts at a potluck, we put sliced fresh strawberries on top of each tart. And remember to put the honey on each tart only after the tarts have cooled, because excessive heat destroys the beneficial properties of honey.
Check out the recipe below. Again, this came from Nicole at Presley’s Pantry.Bonjour Juliette! What’s new in your neck of the woods? Just wanted to let you know that these little honey brie cups remind me of our visit to Seine-et-Marne. Remember the insane laugh attacks we had roaming the streets of France? What really sticks out in my mind from that trip was your Mom’s Mom making us the honey brie tart, and snickering at us for eating it all. I had to recreate your grandmother’s delicious afternoon snack tracing my memory bank for the exact taste. Now we have a flavor to timestamp that point in time for us. This is my version. I hope the touch of orange in the honey takes you back to your grandma’s kitchen and the side splitting giggles we shared. Amitiés….. Nicole Ingredients for Honey Brie Cups:
*Preheat oven to 425 degrees fahrenheit
*Spray a mini muffin pan with a non-stick baking spray. Set to the side.
*Unroll pie crust and cut with a star cookie cutter.
*Then place little stars in mini muffin pan to form your cup.
*Cut your brie cheese into cubes large enough to fit in center.
*While cups are baking take honey and orange juice and mix well.
*Once you remove brie cups from oven, drizzle orange honey generously over each cup.
*Enjoy them on their own or with a bowl of fresh cherries!