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At the first hint of nice weather, we go on a grilling spree. We keep trying to add to the food that we can grill and this time we played with cheese, specifically brie. Grilling the brie adds some grilling flavor to the brie and makes it oeey and gooey. The perfect consistence to serve on Breton Gluten Free crackers. We enjoyed it on both the Original with Flax and the gluten free Herb & Garlic Crackers. If I hadn’t known these crackers were gluten free, I would never have known by the taste. They were light and crunchy. Just what I like in a cracker. Serving the crackers with a gluten free appetizer like this one worked perfectly. With so many people needing gluten-free food, it is good to have a few recipes up your sleeve.
I’ve been wanting to do a brie recipe for a while but let’s face it. Cheese is fattening. It is also one of my all-time favorite foods. So I wanted a recipe that you could eat in moderation with a little something to cut all that fat but still give you the satisfaction of eating cheese. A little grilled vegetables did the trick nicely. Something else my grillmaster husband can grill. Why not keep all the preparation mess outside and my kitchen clean? Serving the soft cheese on a crispy, gluten-free cracker satisfied my love of crunch and ooey, gooey soft cheese.
A cheese plate has to be at the top of the list of a special treats. We rarely have a family get together without one. It may be surrounded by a crudite platter but there is cheese. When we are at a restaurant that has a cheese plate, my husband is over-joyed. That is his dessert. He does have to share a nibble or two with me though. I’m so happy to see a cheese plate making a come back in restaurants. It may seem a little old-fashioned but all the new cheese mongers make it so fresh and timely. With so many people with Celiac’s disease, it is a glorious dessert option. Pair it with Breton Gluten Free Crackers instead of bread and you are good to go.
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