This post is sponsored by Joan Of Arc Cheese but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

Cranberry and Brie Tarts

If you are anything like Ryan and I, you probably have a lot of holiday get-togethers to attend. Whether these are work functions, open houses with friends, or family dinners, there always seems to be a need to bring an appetizer or side dish. I have done different dishes over the year, but this year I was inspired to do something new. 

I had some Joan of Arc Brie Double Creme cheese in the fridge that I decided to base the recipe off of. In fact, this recipe only uses three ingredients and is super easy to make.

You will want to begin by making some cranberry sauce. That’s right, just your regular run-of-the-mill cranberry sauce like the kind you would have at Thanksgiving. The best part, however, is that you will only need a cup or two.

Cranberry Brie Cheese Tart

I purchased a tube of crescent roll dough in a sheet. I cut the dough into approximately 3×3 squares and placed the squares in a mini muffin pan. I then baked the muffins for eight minutes at 375 degrees, taking them out halfway through in order to make sure the cavity stayed in place. Once the tart crusts are finished, remove them from the oven.

Joan of Arc Brie Double Creme

While the crusts are still warm, place a small piece of the Joan of Arc Brie Double Creme cheese into the cavity. Once you’ve placed the cheese in the tart, you will want to use the cranberry sauce to top it.

Cranberry Brie Cheese Tarts

Garnish the dish with whole cranberries and some rosemary and now you have a delicious holiday treat that is sure to be a hit at whatever get-together you are attending. 

Check out additional recipes using Joan of Arc Brie Double Creme cheese on the Joan of Arc website

What are some of your favorite holiday recipes for sharing?


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