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Camembert-Cranberry Holiday Toppers

Camembert-Cranberry Holiday Toppers

These elegant holiday appetizers top TRISCUIT Crackers with Camembert cheese, currant jelly and sugared cranberries for a delicious and sophisticated bite.

Prep time15 min
Total time30min
ServingsMakes 8 servings, 3 topped crackers each.
  • 48 fresh cranberries (about 1-1/4 cups)
  • 2 Tbsp. superfine sugar
  • 24 TRISCUIT Crackers
  • 4 oz. Camembert cheese, cut into 24 thin wedges
  • 2 Tbsp. red currant jelly
  • 24 fresh mint leaves
  • Rinse cranberries with cold water; drain but let some water remain on the berries.
  • Roll cranberries in sugar until evenly coated on all sides. Place in single layer on wire rack. Let stand 15 min. or until dried.
  • Top crackers with cheese, then jelly just before serving.
  • Add 2 sugared cranberries and a mint leaf to each cracker.
Recipe Tips
  • Note
    Use half of an 8-oz. wheel of Camembert cheese to get the 24 wedges needed to prepare these fun treats. If Camembert is not available, you can use Brie cheese instead.
  • Variation
    Prepare using thawed frozen cranberries and/or seedless raspberry jam.
  • Superfine Sugar
    Superfine, or quick-dissolving, sugar is typically found with the cocktail mixers in the supermarket. Often used as a sweetener in cocktails or iced tea, this superfine sugar has a smaller grain than that of granulated sugar. If you don't have superfine sugar, you can use regular granulated sugar instead.


Nutrition Information

Nutrition Per Serving

 % Daily Value*
Total fat 5g 
   Saturated fat 2.5g 
   Trans fat 0g 
Cholesterol 10mg 
Sodium 200mg 
Carbohydrate 18g 
   Dietary fiber 2g 
   Total sugars 7g 
   Added sugars 6g 
Protein 4g 
Vitamin A4 %DV
Vitamin C2 %DV
Calcium4 %DV
Iron6 %DV
Potassium2 %DV
Vitamin D0 %DV

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