Ginger – Brie Cups: The most simple recipe ever

This time of the year, we’re all looking quick and simple finger foods to have at a party, or take over to the family gathering. If your family is like mine, there’s probably plenty of reason to have some wine around so the recipe has got to pair with the cheapest, or finest of wines on the market! These simple Ginger Brie Cups are perfect for just about any occasion and as all of our favorite recipes, they pair wonderfully with the nectar of life -wine!



1 package of pre-cooked tartlet shells

1 small package of brie (plain chevre may be substituted if desired) withe the rind removed and placed in the corner of a plastic storage bag.

1 jar of ginger jelly or preserves as preferred.


Heat your oven to 350-400 degrees F.

Allow the brie or chevre to come to room temperature and snip the corner of the plastic storage bag to form a pastry piping bag.

Pipe the cheese into the tartlet shells to a near full point.

Spoon the Ginger preserves, or jelly on top of the brie.

Bake for 5-10 minutes till the cheese and preserves melt.

Serve and enjoy!


1 Response to “Ginger – Brie Cups: The most simple recipe ever”

  1. 1 Christopher
    October 5, 2012 at 8:11 am

    Reblogged this on Christopher’s Wine & Cheese Blog and commented:

    As promised, I’m re-posting this recipe for Ginger-Brie Bites; other soft creamy cheese can be substituted for the brie. This Past Wednesday if you attended our tasting, we had these made with chevre.

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