Praline Brie Dip

I might have promised not to post anything cheesy 🙂 for a while a few posts back but I think the hiatus has gone on long enough, don’t you? This dish is so easy to make and SO good. Plus, we are right in the thick of holiday parties and who doesn’t want to show up with something impressive and yummy? I made this dip for a girls-only wine and cheese night and it was a hit. Reason one: the praline sauce you may have seen on a very well-received previous post. Reason two: cheese, duh! It is sweet and savory with crunch and creaminess all rolled into one. Take this with you to your next gathering with some crackers, bread, or anything you think might be suited to scooping up all the goodness.  If I am coming across as a little obnoxious in this post you can blame the fact that I scraped the praline sauce pan clean with my fingers and…you know the rest. I am bouncing off the walls right now.

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Praline Brie Dip
Cook Time 22 minutes
Cook Time 22 minutes
  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Coat a small baking dish with non-stick cooking spray.
  2. Remove top and sides of rind from brie. Place in baking dish and bake for about 22 minutes. Cheese should be melted and bubbly.
  3. Use remaining ingredients to make praline sauce using the instructions in the recipe notes.
  4. Pour sauce over hot cheese and serve with crackers, bread, etc.
Recipe Notes

Praline sauce instructions found here.

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  2. […] a dish to] a party soon, make this as an alternative or in addition to the easy cheese board or praline brie dip I shared last year. In fact, this dip is almost an all in one cheese board when you think about it! […]

  3. […] Praline Brie Dip: This dip is a hot, sweet, cheesy, nutty mix made with triple creme brie and my indulgent praline sauce. Super simple to make and a guaranteed hit. I recommend serving it with sliced baguette. […]

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