5 Easy Fall Appetizers to Try This Season

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Posted: 10/24/2021·
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Looking for quick and delicious fall appetizers? Scroll down to get this baked brie with candied walnuts, the perfect fall appetizer to throw together last minute! It’s beyond easy and tastes so much fancier than it is. Plus get the links to 5 other quick and easy appetizer recipes perfect for the cooler weather!

Baked Brie with Candied Walnuts for an Easy Fall Appetizer

Easy and Delicious Fall Appetizer Recipes to Love

Entertaining is one of my very favorite things! With limited restaurants around us, welcoming friends in for a fall cocktail or delicious appetizer is always a joy! Creating the perfect atmosphere with yummy food and festive festive tablescapes makes our time together even more enjoyable. I hope you try some of these yummy easy fall appetizer recipes, let me know what you think!

Baked Brie with Candied Walnuts for an easy fall appetizer
baked brie with candied walnuts

Warm Brie with Candied Walnuts

Baked brie with walnuts is a simple dish that will elevate your entertaining! Brie is my go-to cheese for entertaining and one of my favorite easy fall appetizer recipes. It’s creamy texture is loved by all and it pairs well with so many different flavors!

This quick and easy appetizer recipe is absolutely mouth watering! The creamy cheese, crunchy nuts, sweet glaze, and crusty bread are the perfect combination.

Pro Tip: Keep it gluten free! If you’re hoping to keep this gluten free, you can serve with sliced vegetables or apples!

Level Up Your Cheese Board

Pairing the brie with homemade jams and spreads is just another element your guys will love. Here are some you might enjoy:

SPICED CRANBERRY JAM

BLACKBERRY TOMATILLO PRESERVES

PEACH AND ALMOND JAM

In addition to homemade jam, pickled vegetables and fruits pair beautifully with brie. It’s a sweet and sour flavor combo that can’t be beat! Try pickled plums or sweet pickled radishes!

Fall appetizer recipe of pumpkin pie dip in bowl with graham crackers.

Pumpkin Pie Dip

Looking for something a little sweet to serve as a fall appetizer for Halloween or Thanksgiving? Pumpkin pie dip is a crowd pleaser, especially for the little ones!

cheesy artichoke dip, the perfect fall appetizer

Easy Artichoke Dip

This SIMPLE artichoke dip just has three ingredients! It’s my family’s favorite appetizer recipe, and I think you’ll love it too!

brie and fig appetizer on sliced bread

Brie and Fig Crostini

This easy finger food is the perfect bite size appetizer for Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving. Figs are in season and the not-too-sweet best friend to brie! Drizzle with a little honey and top with flaky sea salt – YUM!

Crispy Garlic Parmesan Chickpeas

Crispy Garlic Rosmary Chickpeas

If you want an addicting alternative to chips, look no further than roasted chickpeas! When roasted at a high temperature, they turn into irresistible crunchy morsels that satisfy your craving for something salty!

baked brie with candied walnuts

Easy Appetizer: Warm Brie with Candied Walnuts

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

A fall appetizer sure to be a crowd pleaser: baked bried with candied walnuts!

Ingredients

  • 1 round Brie Cheese
  • 1 cup Walnuts
  • 1/4 cup Brown Sugar
  • 1/4 cup Maple Syrup

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
  2. Use a serrated knife to cut "the top" of the brie off, exposing the cheese inside.
  3. Place the brie on a cookie sheet and warm in the oven for about 10 minutes. Check on it regularly. You want the cheese warm, but you don't want it to melt completely!
  4. While the brie warms, combine walnuts, sugar, and syrup in a small sauce pan. Toast over medium-low heat until the nuts become candied. Stirring regularly. About 10 minutes.
  5. Once the brie is warm and the nuts are candied, place the brie on a serving platter. Top the cheese with the nuts. Drizzle with honey or more syrup if desired. Serve with a baguette or apple slices!

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  1. Will definitely have to try these:-)
    On another note, is it possible for you to do a YouTube video on your farmhouse sink.Is it chipped or scratched to the point where it’s an eye sore? I’m wondering if you think it’s very durable or it’s better to go stainless steel.
    Love your style! Thanks for all of the inspiration.

    • Hi Giselle, great video idea! Yes! I love our farmhouse sink – no chips. A few scratches (but I am lazy about keeping it tidy hah!). Overall it’s in great shape and we’ve been very happy with it. I prefer the look of an enamel sink over stainless :)

  2. You’re going to have to make a few of these, because I’m keeping that whole cutting board situation for myself. Ha! YUM!!!

    xo Michael

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