Enjoy some island flavors with this Hawaiian Style Baked Brie. Gooey melted brie is crusted with coconut and macadamia nut and topped with a mango pineapple sauce that’s to die for!

Hawaiian Style Baked Brie on a white plate.
  • Do you eat the skin of Brie?

    Yes, you can eat the skin of brie. The outer layer is completely edible.

  • How long do you put Brie in the oven?

    If it is your first time putting the brie in the oven you want to bake it at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 15 minutes. If you are looking to warm the brie cheese up again just through it in again, it will take about the same amount of time.

  • How do you tell if a mango is ripe?

    A mango should have a bright, vibrant colored skin and should give slightly to the touch so you know it is ripe and soft inside.

  • What should I serve this baked brie with?

    This brie will go great with a toasted sliced baguette, crostinis, Wheat Thin crackers, and Ritz. You can also feel free to get creative and serve it other ways as well. It’s delicious!

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Cracker scooping up some Hawaiian style baked brie.

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