Phyllo Wrapped Brie with Honey and Pecans

Dear Steven Moffat,

You are a great writer.

Really you are.

But I have to ask you for one small favor.

Please stop toying with my emotions.


You’ve done it with Doctor Who.

Now you’re doing it with Sherlock.

Not sure if I can take it anymore.

Actually, wait.

Yes, I can.


I guess I take it back.

So… do you want to know how to make a whole bunch of Whovians emotional train wrecks?

Bring back David Tennant as The Master.*


A Devoted Whovian and Sherlockian 

*Chris Hardwick’s idea. Heard it on The Nerdist’s interview with David Tennant

Phyllo Wrapped Brie with Honey and Pecans


5 sheets phyllo dough

¼ cup (½ stick) unsalted butter, melted

½ brie wheel

1 tablespoon honey

2 tablespoons pecans

¼ teaspoon cinnamon sugar


  1. Preheat oven to 350⁰F.
  2. Place a sheet of phyllo dough on a foil lined baking sheet sprayed with non-stick cooking spray. Butter phyllo sheet liberally. Repeat with remaining phyllo sheets, making a small stack.
  3. Place brie in the middle of the phyllo. Top with honey and pecans. Sprinkle cinnamon sugar over pecans and phyllo.
  4. Gather the corners of the phyllo and wrap the brie like a little bag or present. Slather butter over the phyllo present and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.
  5. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until light golden brown.

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2 thoughts on “Phyllo Wrapped Brie with Honey and Pecans

  1. Hi Arbine,

    This looks so fantastic, we just had to RT it (@FilloFactory) when we saw it on Twitter. Thanks for sharing this delicious treat and those drool-worthy pictures! Will post your link on our Facebook page sometime soon as well; hope to see you there.

    Keep up the great work here on your blog!

    Best Wishes,
    The Fillo Factory

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