February 25, 2010
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Any dish made with bacon and brie is really hard to mess up. This recipe calls for three ingredients: brie, bacon, and Pillsbury biscuit flakes, and it can be prepared and cooked in under ten minutes.
- First, cut a piece of brie about 3/4 of an inch long and 1/4 inch wide.
- Next, peel one or two flakes off of your Pillsbury biscuits (I prefer the flakes, but the regular crescent dough should work just as well — click the link to print out a $1 coupon) and seal your brie up in the dough. Make sure to pinch the edges tightly so it doesn’t break open in the oven.
- Finally, wrap a strip of raw bacon around the outside, and pop that bad-boy in the oven at 375 or 400 degrees. Cook ’til golden brown and enjoy.
- And if you really wanna get fancy, you can beat an egg and paint some on the outside before cooking to give this sexy little hors d’oeuvre a slightly crispier, glazed finish.