Well, I’ve been neglecting this category, haven’t I?
Anyway, I have a new favorite thing. I call it the “Going out somewhere nice is too much work with the kids, and we didn’t set up a babysitter or anything, but I still don’t feel like cooking an elaborate dinner, but let’s have something nice, okay?” dinner. It’s vegetarian, which makes it healthy. Yes.
- 1 round of brie
- 1 package of reduced fat crescent rolls in the can (I told you this was healthy)
- Club crackers
- sliced apples
- 1 egg, beaten
- 1 bottle dry white wine (we had this one, Angeline Sauvignon Blanc)
Preheat the oven to 350F. Open up the crescent rolls into a big rectangle and wrap up the brie (leaving the rind on is okay). Trim away any excess crescent roll dough. Place it on a cookie sheet (either grease it a bit or put it on parchment paper). Brush the brie with beaten egg. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown. Let it sit for 10 minutes before serving. Serve with crackers, apples, grapes, and wine.
It is so easy. It is a way to have a snacky dinner or late lunch and feel kind of indulgent without doing hardly any work.