Blackberry Baked Brie

Blackberry Baked Brie cooked on the grill and topped with a delicious homemade Blackberry Jam is a decadent recipe for any party! This dish is grilled making it one of the easiest and festive appetizers you will ever make with melted cheese and the amazing rich flavors an Oregon Blackberry jam.

Recipe by Mary from the Vindulge Blog –

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For the Baked Brie

8 ounce brie wheel (One side of the rind removed)
4 large mint leaves, roughly chopped
¼ teaspoon Maldon salt (Optional for finish)
1 tablespoon Aged balsamic (Optional for drizzle finish)
Blackberry Jam (see recipe below)

For the Blackberry Jam

6 ounces blackberries (fresh or frozen)
2 tablespoons cane sugar
1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
½ teaspoon lemon zest


For the Blackberry Jam
Step 1
In a small saucepan over medium heat combine blackberries, sugar, lemon juice, and lemon zest. Bring to a simmer and stir frequently to avoid scorching the berries. Simmer for roughly 15-20 minutes, until the berries soften, then use a fork to roughly mash the berries.

Step 2
Cool: Remove the jam from heat and place in a small bowl and place into the refrigerator to let cool and thicken up to 1 hour (or 1 day ahead of cooking the brie).

For the Baked Brie
Step 1
Prepare your grill for direct grilling, targeting 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Place the brie wheel with the rind side down on the cast iron pan (or other grill safe pan). Place the blackberry jam on top of the brie. Place the pan on the grill grates over direct heat and grill for roughly 7 minutes, or until the brie just starts melting and the blackberry jam is simmering.

Step 2
Remove from heat and sprinkle with mint leaves. For optional toppings and more flavor add some Maldon finishing salt and a light drizzle of AGED balsamic vinegar. Serve with toasted bread or crackers as part of a charcuterie and cheese tray.