Serve up this Instant Pot baked brie and apples. This is a delicious sweet and savory appetizer to serve up for entertaining guests, a movie night snack, or a snack with your family to break up the day.
Top with some pecans for the perfect crunch. A perfect Instant Pot starter to create for serving up a crowd. Baked brie never tasted so good.
Apple and Brie cheese is my favorite pairing to brie. If you are looking for an Instant Pot appetizer, here it is!
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Why You Will Love This Brie Recipe
- A homemade apple, ginger, and onion mixture to top the brie
- Warm and gooey cheese
- Sweet and savory flavor
- Easy prep and cook time
- Stand out flavor that will wow guests
Ingredients Needed For Instant Pot Brie
Here is all you need to make this instant pot holiday party recipe or appetizer any time of the year.
- Apple Cider
How to Make Instant Pot Brie
Start by prepping your brie as directed in the recipe card below. Place in aluminum foil and then fold it up so it is sealed.
Now you will prep the apple sauce by adding the ingredients into the bottom of the Instant Pot. Place trivet on top, and then sit your wrapped up brie on the trivet.
Pressure cook for 5 minutes with a 10 minute natural release of pressure. Open the lid and carefully remove the brie and trivet.
Turn the saute mode on and thicken your apple mixture.
Pour the apple mixture onto the warm brie. Place crackers and pita around the brie and serve up.
How do you eat brie?
You can eat brie in so many different ways. It is a cheese that is very versatile in flavors you can pair with it.
You can also pair it with other appetizers for a party. Appetizers are always a hit for parties. A few favorites to serve alongside Baked Brie include Olive Garden Spinach Artichoke Dip and BBQ Meatballs.
Can you eat brie cold?
You will find eating brie cold will be lacking. The texture will not be what you expect. While you can eat brie cold, it is recommend to serve it heated or at least at room temperature.
That way you enjoy the creamy and velvety texture it provides.
Do you remove the rind from brie?
The rind on the Brie is edible, and you can eat it with the soft creamy center of the cheese as well.
If you don't want to eat the rind, you can easily toss it out. The rind will help to keep the cheese held together as it heats in the oven.
Storing Leftover Baked Brie with Apples
If you don't eat this whole Brie right away, you can store the remaining cheese and Brie in the fridge.
The cheese will store for 1-2 days in the fridge. Then you can reheat it up in the oven, microwave, etc.