Serve these Brie Party Appetizer Cups with Apple-Butter & Bacon at your next party and watch them disappear! They’re fast and easy to make and the flavor combo is delicious. Get the recipe here.
Nothing says “party” like a tray full of appetizers, and single-bite foods are my favorite. Whomever decided that so much flavor can and should be packed into tiny little packages is a genius!
Some classic preferences that I’ve share over the years are these bacon appetizers, these Asian style tuna wonton cups (I also make them with chicken), and these ham & cheese pinwheels. When you set out a party buffet of small bite appetizers bearing an array of flavor profiles, people really do appreciate it. My brie party appetizer cups will bring something new to the table as it combines sweet and salty, along with creamy and crunchy. You basically get a little bit of everything with this appetizer recipe.
I first introduced these in my girls-night-in holiday party a few years ago, and decided I need to update the blog with a designated recipe post. These are ridiculously easy to make, and you can pre-cook your bacon so it’s ready to go when you’re ready to assemble the appetizers. These small bites taste great warm from the oven, but they also hold up well at room temperature making them a terrific option for happy hour or a cocktail party.
Brie Party Appetizer Cups with Apple-Butter & Bacon:
Brie Party Appetizer Cups with Apple-Butter & Bacon
- 15 frozen filo cups
- 1 wedge or round brie
- 1 small jar apple-butter
- 4 slices bacon (cooked crisp and crumbled)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Trim rind from brie, and cut a small thin square to fit inside each filo cup.
Add a small dollop (about 1 teaspoon) of apple butter on top.
Bake for about 5 minutes or until cheese is melted. Remove from oven and top with crumbled bacon.
Serve warm or at room temperature.
Be sure to print out this recipe for your next party, and share CAH with your friends. Cheers!