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Cherry Smoked Brie

Cherry Smoked

Prep time:

5 minutes

Cook time:

25-30 minutes

Difficulty level:


Brie bakers are fancy little pots that you can find at your local grocery store or cooking supply store. They are fantastic for lots of things other than just baking brie, but it is totally worth it to have one for the clean-up process. Just pull out the parchment paper, rinse out your dish.. and you are done! No soaking a pot for hours to get cheese off the sides.

Also, the reason for avoiding triple cream is not because it is not delicious, it is because it can become too runny when baking. We used a soft cured brie.

This recipe is great for a Valentine’s Day meal at home!


  • Wheel of brie (avoid triple cream)
  • Fruit preserves, jam, or jelly of your choice (I used mild pepper)
  • Brie baker
  • Parchment paper
  • Cherry wood – 1-2 fist sized chunks (dry, not soaked)


  1. Prep your grill for smoking/baking – with heat deflector
  2. Remove brie wheel from wrapper and cut in half horizontally and spread your preserves on one side, then place the top half bake on. Like you are making a sandwich!
  3. Line your brie baker with just enough parchment so that the brie can rest inside. (you don’t want to much parchment because it could catch fire, make sure parchment does not touch grill grates or sides of grill)
  4. Add your cherry wood directly into the fire, place your brie baker (with lid off) on your grill surface over the heat-deflector for 20-25 minutes or until almost melted.
  5. Add the lid to your baker for the last 5 minutes. Remove from the grill and serve with crackers and additional preserves! ENJOY
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