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July 29, 2011

Baked Brie with Chokecherry Jelly from North Dakota

A while back, my blogging friend, Katie who is from North Dakota, was out in California on business and we had a chance to visit 'in person'.  She came bearing gifts.  One of them being this Chokecherry Jelly from her home state.  I wanted to save it for just the right moment.  I had never tried Chokecherry jelly but I knew I would love's just my sort of thing.

Last week I wrote about how baked brie is such a treat for me and that I was making some for a party we were attending.  I thought the Chokecherry Jelly would make a perfect combination with the creamy brie I was about to bake.

This is how it all went down....{I know I wrote about this recipe last week, but I wanted to share my own photos of the creation}.

Cut brie horizontally.

Spread Chokecherry Jelly on one half and then top with the other half.

Wrap the entire round of brie with flattened crescent roll.  Use a small cookie or pastry cutter on the scraps to place on top.

Bake according to crescent roll package...about 15 minutes.  Enjoy.

Have you ever tried Chokecherry??

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TexWisGirl said...

oh, lordy, i bet that's good!

Anonymous said...

What is chokecherry? I've never heard of those!

Nancy Grossi ~ Churned In Cali ~ The Wife of a Dairyman said...

Barb, it's a variety of cherry and it's super tasty!

Honey Mommy said...

Yum! I just canned apricot jam, so I may have to try this with my own jam!

The Weaver of Grass said...

What is a chokecherry please? The idea of mixing it with baked brie sounds exquisite, even if I don't know what it is!

trump said...

I never heard of chokecherry before, i have almost been choked before so i want none of that,lol. Richard

Farmchick said...

We make chokecherry jelly and's my favorite. Oh and I just happen to be from ND also. :) I don't know why I don't have you on my blogroll....I am going to add you if that is okay? Hoping you will add me to yours too. :) Have a great day!!!