Raspberry and Bacon Baked Brie

There’s one party appetizer that I can’t resist, not matter how full I am. Once someone brings out that baked brie hidden behind its golden crust, I am done for. I will spend the rest of the night, knife in hand, devouring it slice by slice. Depending on how well I know the other guests, I may let them in to grab a few bites, but not many. That baked brie is mine, and I’m not sharing.

A few weeks ago, the MyBlogSpark team sent me a lovely package containing three white serving platters and some coupons for free Pillsbury Crescent roll dough. (I have the same package available for giveaway… read on). Then they gave me a challenge that I was happy to accept: create a recipe using the dough.

They sent me links to three basic recipes that I could improve upon: Crescent-Wrapped Brie, Crescent Bacon Cheese Tartlets, and Crescent Holiday Tree.

Of course there was no doubt which one appealed to me the most. But I didn’t want to just do the regular baked brie with jam, I wanted to make it better, more unusual, more irrestible. In my book, there are really two ingredients that can make anything better: butter and bacon. And as adding butter to baked brie would really be a little too much of a good thing, I chose to add bacon.

The end result was truly sublime. Imagine the salty crunchiness of the bacon paired with the warm creamy brie and then finished off with sweet yet tart raspberry jam… all under a flaky crust. Are you salivating? Don’t deny it. You know you’ll be right next to me at the next party, fighting me for the last bite of this raspberry bacon baked brie.

Raspberry Bacon Baked Brie
Ingredients:
1 package of Pillsbury Refrigerated Seamless Dough Sheet
4 slices of bacon
1 round of brie
1/3 cup of raspberry jam

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. In a frying pan, brown the slices of bacon.
  3. Roll out seamless dough on a silpat or waxed paper on a cookie sheet. Place the brie on top. Spoon the raspberry jam and spread it out to cover the brie entirely. Be generous with the jam as it will diminish in cooking. Crumble the bacon on top.
  4. Wrap the dough around the brie. Cook in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes, until golden.
  5. Serve immediately, but don’t tell too many others that it’s ready or you’ll have to share!

As I mentioned above, I have the same set of platters and coupons that I received available for giveaway today for one of my readers, courtesy of Pillsbury through MyBlogSpark. For a chance to win, leave a comment here before Friday, February 5. I’ll select the winner at midnight that night.

As usual, you can get extra chances to win by:

Just remember to leave me a different comment to get credit for each extra entry.

182 Responses to Raspberry and Bacon Baked Brie

  1. Bonggamom says:

    >Vanessa, I think you will need to fight me for that brie. Add the raspberry and bacon, and I *will* fight dirty :)

  2. tawnda says:

    >sounds wonderful! I'm gonna have to try that… ;-)

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  5. Jackie says:

    >That recipe sounds heavenly! I've never made anything with brie…but it sounds so easy. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Jackie says:

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  7. Rachel (Hounds in the Kitchen) says:

    >One of my hidden secrets is that I LOVE Pillsbury crescent dough…

  8. Christine Jensen says:

    >MMMM, yummy! I love using Pillsbury crescent rolls in dinner recipes!

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  11. Ann says:

    >That recipe does sound good, yummers!

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  14. Kat Bryan says:

    >Baked Brie is something I've always wanted to try and it sounds so easy.

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  15. Kat Bryan says:

    >I'm a Chefdruck Musings subscriber.

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  17. cdziuba says:

    >I;d love to win, I need crescent rolls to make my pigs in blankets for Super Bowl!

    cdziuba@aol.com My email is easily seen in my profile.

  18. cdziuba says:

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  20. Tracey says:

    >My favorite way to eat crescent rolls is using them to make pigs in a blanket.
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  21. dymphna says:

    >wow you did great! I would have made something like pigs in a blanket, ha ha

  22. dymphna says:

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  24. Sue says:

    >YUM~ Thanks for the recipe and the giveaway!

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  25. hungrywoolf says:

    >I have used frozen puff pasty but I haven't tried crescent roll dough.
    I'm most interested in the platters though!

  26. Theron says:

    >I would stuff the Pisbury Crescent Dough with marinara, mozarella, and diced pepperoni. A calzone?

    Wash it down with with a bottle of cheap Chianti, the cheaper the better.

    Hope to win!

  27. nightowl says:

    >This looks delicious. My kids would like this, too.

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  28. nightowl says:

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  30. Fresh Local and Best says:

    >I'm imagining the sweet, salty and smoky flavors melding. My mouth is watering!

  31. slb3334 says:

    >Sounds great.

  32. MOMFOREVERANDEVER says:

    >yummy love them stuffed with cheese too

  33. MOMFOREVERANDEVER says:

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  34. hale2005 says:

    >These rolls are the only brand I buy in the supermarket cooler section!

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  35. suburban prep says:

    >My family is all about cheese. With it wrapped in crescent rolls that much better.
    msgb245 at gmail dot com

  36. Anonymous says:

    >The rolls are great for breakfast
    Diane Baum
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  37. Chip says:

    >Anything to made with Pillsbury Crescent Rolls has got to be tasty.

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  38. jenv says:

    >That sounds delicious! I'm definitely going to try it. jenalber@hotmail.com

  39. jenv says:

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  40. jenv says:

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  41. cookiert says:

    >This sounds so yummy!

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  42. EDRing says:

    >We use a lot of Pillsbury products. Their Grandes are some of our favorites.

    Ellen
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  43. Jessica says:

    >Thanks for the giveaway! My family loves their biscuits!
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  44. Dana Hopkins says:

    >I just love to eat the cresent rolls with lots of butter!

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  45. cstironkat says:

    >We like to roll the crescent rolls with cheese and then bake them.

  46. banquetbabe says:

    >follow you on google and I am going to try to make this one sounds yummy

  47. sweepmom says:

    >My kids like cressants filled with ham and cheese.

  48. Anonymous says:

    >HORTON111@AOL.COM
    EMMA L HORTON

    SEEMS LIKE A RECEIPE WORTH TRYING…HAVE NEVER HEARD OF IT LIKE THIS BEFORE

  49. kdkdkd says:

    >I love Brie and I have a cranberry spice brie recipe that would be great baked like that

  50. Staci says:

    >Your recipe sounds delish! I love just plain crescent rolls…but I always eat way too many!
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  51. Staci says:

    >I subscribe to Musings.
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  52. Staci says:

    >And I subscribe to Reviews. Thanks!
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  53. Sonya says:

    >We love their crescent rolls. Thanks!

  54. Sonya says:

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  55. Sonya says:

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  56. BabeeLove says:

    >My kids LOVE crescent rolls. Thanks for the great giveaway :)
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  58. BabeeLove says:

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  59. Condo Blues says:

    >I love brie and I love pastry. I WILL be fighting Bonggamom for your brie.

  60. Condo Blues says:

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  61. llinda29 says:

    >Rolls for breakfst are good

  62. Anonymous says:

    >We love crecent rolls- delicious with dinner and dipped in gravy!
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  63. scottsgal says:

    >we love these with pot roast
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  64. Jenndiggy says:

    >I have Pillsbury cresent rolls in the fridge so I can make a hamburger green bean pie.

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  65. smilekisses says:

    >The wonders of crescent rolls–you can do so much with them.
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  66. Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} says:

    >Your Raspberry Bacon Baked Brie looks and sounds delicious :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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  67. Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} says:

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  70. Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} says:

    >Tweeted
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  71. Deborah Wellenstein says:

    >Brie and bacon-and raspberry jam to boot? These are a few of my favorite things!

  72. David Johnson says:

    >Sounds great, thanks for sharing.

  73. msrodeobrat says:

    >id love to win this

  74. mogrill says:

    >This looks really yummY! Thanks for the chance.
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  75. Anonymous says:

    >Bacon and cheese , can't beat that .
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  76. Alicia says:

    >Sounds yum.

    Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

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  77. dawns41 says:

    >I could use platters.My family loves Cresent rolls.

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  78. Becca says:

    >I love Pillsbury crescent rolls, thanks! sbcashortie (at) hotmail (dot) com

  79. Becca says:

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  80. Becca says:

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  81. Bacallsmom says:

    >Pillsbury Crescent Rolls rock! Much better than I can make from scratch.

  82. jackie says:

    >Your recipe sounds greaqt

  83. traci smith says:

    >i love cresent rolls, no matter how you make them their fantastic!

  84. traci smith says:

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  85. tatertot374 says:

    >I love that recipe! I will def have to try it at our next get together with friends.
    Thank you
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  86. melanie says:

    >i've never dared to make anything with brie before, but i'll have to give your recipe a try!

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  87. melanie says:

    >i subscribe to chefdruck musings through reader…

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  89. Becky says:

    >LOVE crescent rolls..I just bought some yesterday..I like to try and stuff them with apple pie filling…

  90. susitravl says:

    >I love to make chicken/cream cheese pockets with crescent rolls. My kids love them.

  91. Erika*Coffee says:

    >OMG that looks so delicious! And so gourmet!

  92. Stacy says:

    >There are always so many ways to use Crescent rolls.

  93. Karen says:

    >That looks good. I want to try it.

  94. amy16323 says:

    >my whole family loves the crescent rolls.yummy.thanks
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  95. Renee G says:

    >I think this sounds pretty good.
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  96. Angela says:

    >I think sounds delicious and I am definitely going to have to try it.
    Thanks!

  97. Anonymous says:

    >That brie recipe sounds delicious…and to think, all I was using these for was pigs-in-a-blanket.
    Thanks for the giveaway,
    gordyneve(at)yahoo.com

  98. Christy says:

    >I love crescent rolls. I have all kinds of recipes that use crescent rolls.

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  99. Kimberly says:

    >I LOVE baked brie. I've always made it with pie crust and thought that was great. I don't know why I never thought of wrapping it in flakey, butter crescent rolls before (or adding bacon!). Thanks for sharing!
    kirbycolby at gmail dot com

  100. Nanette says:

    >I love Pillsbury Crescent rolls and the recipe with brie sounds delicious.
    nanoarta1 at gmail dot com

  101. Andria says:

    >We love using them for pigs in a blanket.

  102. souldolphindream says:

    >The crescent rolls are so good and the recipe sounds wonderful.

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  103. Happi Shopr says:

    >This sounds amazing! I can't wait to give it a try…Perhaps for Valentine's Day…trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

  104. Anonymous says:

    >That sounds and looks so yummy!!
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  105. Nickolay says:

    >I love to make mini buffalo chicken sandwiches with the Pilsbury Croissants

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  106. Nickolay says:

    >Tweeted

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  107. Erica C. says:

    >Your pictures look tasty!

  108. jnmacdonald says:

    >You're after my own heart with the brie loving. It was torture when I was pregnant that I couldn't have any.

  109. Deb says:

    >Those look delicious! Can't wait to try them.

  110. Randominities says:

    >I'm not sure that raspberry and bacon really go together. I'd love to try it though. Maybe a supermarket sample should be that.

  111. Anonymous says:

    >We love to make weiner wraps!

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  112. Angela says:

    >Pillsbury makes good food so much easier.

  113. kimbo1970 says:

    >We go through the crescents quickly. My kids love to do pigs in a blanket with them.

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  114. mgster says:

    >I am so glad I found your blog! I am having a wine tasting party and I will be making this brie recipe! It will be just perfect! Thanks so much.
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  115. heaventrees says:

    >We eat Crescent Rolls so often, just baked and buttered but really I have to try some of the great recipes they provide.

  116. Hotsnotty2 says:

    >Yummy, thanks for the chance!

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  117. maxfate says:

    >I didn't know Pillsbury had Seamless Dough Sheets.I've made mini tarts by pinching, and smooshing the Crescent Roll dough,then cutting it. The sheets will be nice and easy!

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  120. Storm, The Psychotic Housewife says:

    >Oh my gosh, Bacon and Brie? I am DROOLING over here like you would not believe! YUM!!!

  121. karen says:

    >Honey butter biscuits are my all time favorite. Thanks.

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  122. Cow Queen says:

    >I love this blog!!!!!!!

  123. theolotto says:

    >I never made anything with brie before. sounds good.

  124. Oneangel says:

    >I have never tasted brie, but it sounds great!

  125. Dispatcher_kristy says:

    >Pillsbury Crescent dough makes some great things like little smokies in a blanket and is great as the crust for a veggie pizza

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  126. FDP 4 Life says:

    >i would love to win

  127. FDP 4 Life says:

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  128. FDP 4 Life says:

    >musings subscriber

  129. FDP 4 Life says:

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  130. kathy pease says:

    >Thank you for the Great giveaway please count me in :)

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  132. dddiva says:

    >The bacon is a nice touch- great idea, I'll have to try that.

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  136. ladcraig says:

    >I'd never really thought about using the crescent rolls in recipes. Hmm… a very versatile product.

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  139. susan1215 says:

    >These are great with butter and jelly

  140. ShesAnAngel says:

    >Wow I honestly have never considered how versatile Pillsbury dough really is! Thanks for bringing this awesome idea to life, now I am gonna have to start experimenting!

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  143. Anonymous says:

    >Tweeted! Printing this out for brunch on Sunday. My mouth is watering!

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  144. Betty C says:

    >I wonder how good it would be with blackberry jam. Fantastic I think.

  145. Heather says:

    >Wow, thanks for hosting a great giveaway! That's an original recipe I need to try for one of our office parties! I need to keep up the illusion that I can cook *wink*

    Thanks! :)

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  146. amyd says:

    >my hubby would love for me to make that!

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  147. Gianna says:

    >I love making their recipe for cream cheese squares :)

  148. liliesrnice says:

    >i love using the crescent dough to make pigs in a blanket for me and my little girl!

  149. Gabriel S-J. says:

    >Great product, great prize!

  150. Wendy says:

    >My mom makes a similar dish with Pillsbury Cresent Rolls, Brie and Apricot Preserves—can't wait to try this one, too! :)

  151. DEBIJOT says:

    >OK, who ate my slice?

  152. Sarah Z says:

    >The brie recipe looks amazing – I love brie and raspberries and bacon!
    Thanks
    Sarah
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  153. Suzanne says:

    >Sounds delicious! Thanks for the great contest!

  154. purango says:

    >The recipes look delicious. I use a lot of pillsbury products and recipes. Thanks for the giveaway. garrettsambo@aol.com

  155. Swtlilchick says:

    >The Raspberry Bacon Baked Brie looks
    delicious and now I am really hungry.
    I will have to try this recipe
    and I always use Pillsbury products.
    They are always consistent and never disappoint me

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  158. Arla says:

    >I usually like anything that's Pillsbury and I know I like these. Pepperoni rollups are a favorite when made for my son

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  161. The Queen Of Free says:

    >We love to put honey butter on our crescents!

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  162. Atreau says:

    >I love Pillsbury products, the crescent rolls and pie crust are staples round the holidays.

  163. barblong says:

    >I love the new Pillsbury Refrigerated Seamless Dough. It's about time Pillsbury came out with it.

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  164. Nancy S. says:

    >You really made me want to try that recipe.
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  165. Nancy S. says:

    >I subscribe to your musings feed.

  166. Miranda says:

    >this is a great giveaway

  167. ZESTYWONDERLAND says:

    >OMG! That Raspberry Bacon Baked Brie sounds awesome! I will have to try that next time I get groceries.
    Enter me into the giveaway & thanks for the recipe!
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  170. ms-texas says:

    >my family loves pillsbury crescent rolls

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  171. Tammi says:

    Thanks for a recipe that looks so delicious the whole family will like it!

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