These seriously cheesy camembert recipes are ideal for elegant starters, perfect grilled cheese sandwiches or entertaining hungry party guests
A baked camembert is a thing of beauty. So beautiful in fact, it's too good not to share.
If you're in the mood for oozing cheese, we've got a whole host of simple, delicious recipes for this veritable king of the cheeseboard. We've put together our favourite cheesy recipes to satiate your cravings and impress your guests.
Festive filled brioche centrepiece with baked camembert
A showstopping centrepiece to wow your guests, the tear-and-share dough balls are perfect for a crowd. Individually filled with sweet quince and garlic, this herby beauty is best served with fresh cranberries and extra cheese if you're a serious cheese addict.
Pan-fried camembert sandwich
If you're going to make a cheese toastie, do it properly. This oozy masterpiece is anything but ordinary, and paired with sharp, yet sweet cranberry sauce and a few drops of balsamic it's a real lunch treat.
Melty cheese & potato pie
If you fancy something a bit more substantial than a toastie or a dipping platter, this comforting veggie pie is perfect. Indulgent and filling, it's a mix of sliced potatoes, crispy puff pastry and a silky cheese fondue. Get your après-ski on and create your own tartiflette-inspired supper.
Mediterranean salad tarts
Light, fresh and flavourful, this pesto and veggie tart is a sure-fire hit. It's a case of layering up puff pastry, camembert slices, sliced potato, cherry tomatoes, anchovies and basil.
These stuffed potatoes make a simple supper, perfect when paired with a glass of cool cider. Grill the gruyère-topped tatties until they're golden and bubbling.
Baked blue cheese and fig and walnuts
A classic baked camembert recipe served with a simple crusty baguette is the only cheesy party recipe you need. Serve up the pot of melted goodness as an easy starter or as a cheese course at the end of your meal.
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