Thanksgiving Recipe – Cranberry Brie Bites

It is hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is next month and it is Canadian Thanksgiving today!  So to get ourselves prepared, I have joined a group of talented bloggers, hosted by ELLA CLAIRE, to share Thanksgiving side dish ideas.  I decided, as usual, to make something really simple but also really delicious.  This recipe is also really easy to travel with if you are bringing a side dish to your host or hostess.

To start with, the fillo dough cups were pre-made.  I found mine in the bread aisle but I have also found them in the freezer section.

I made my own cranberry sauce, but you can also purchase pre-made.  For the brie, I removed the rind with a knife and then diced the cheese into 1/4″ to 1/2″ cubes.  I placed a spoonful of cranberry sauce in the bottom of the fillo cup and then added the cheese cube.  Following the directions on the fillo dough package, I baked them at 350 degrees until the cheese was melted and just started to turn brown – about 12 minutes.

I told you it was easy!  A few minutes after I finished photographing these, my family came home and they were gone within minutes.  For Thanksgiving, I would do two packages.

And now here are more recipes for perfect side dishes..

APPLE WALNUT CRANBERRY SAUCE by Ella Claire | PALEO SWEET POTATO CASSEROLE by Nesting with Grace | HERB AND GARLIC ROASTED CARROTS by Craftberry Bush | BACON GREEN BEANS by anderson + grant | PUMPKIN & CHEDDAR SCALLOPED POTATOES by My Sweet Savannah

SWEET POTATO PIE by City Farmhouse | SWEET CORNBREAD by Nina Hendrick Design Co. | SALLY LUNN BREAD by House 214 | CRANBERRY & BRIE BITES by Finding Home Farms | AVOCADO BACON BUTTERNUT SALAD WITH PUMPKIN VINAIGRETTE by Nest of Posies

CRANBERRY PRETZEL SALAD by Zevy Joy | SWEET & SAVORY CORNBREAD by Julie Blanner | ROASTED CARROTS WITH CANDIED PECANS & GOAT CHEESE by Inspired by Charm

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  1. Hope you are enjoying the holiday. This recipe is definitely made for me, easy and contains cranberry! I would make these just to snack on. Thank-you for sharing your recipe and all of the other bloggers too!