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Brie & Raspberry Phyllo Cups

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Top 3 reasons why this is one of my favorite “go-to” appetizers:

  • The recipe only calls for three ingredients
  • Total prep time is about five minutes
  • It is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.

I know that there are far more creative ways to use mini phyllo tart shells, but the brie+berry combination is still one of my hands-down favorites. And apparently my friends agree, because look out — these little guys will disappear before you know it. :)

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Brie & Raspberry Phyllo Cups

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  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 7 minutes
  • Total Time: 12 minutes


You will love this beautiful yet simple Brie & Raspberry Phyllo Cups recipe. A bright and cheery treat appropriate to serve at any special occasion.


  • 1 package (1.9 oz.) mini phyllo tart shells
  • 6 oz. brie, rind removed
  • 15 raspberries


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Place the tart shells on an ungreased baking sheet. Measure 1 teaspoon brie, and carefully place it in a tart shell. Top with one raspberry. Repeat with remaining shells. Bake for 5-8 minutes, or until brie is melted. Serve immediately.

Ali’s Tip:

These would of course also be delicious with any other berries, or berry jams/spreads.

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16 comments on “Brie & Raspberry Phyllo Cups”

  1. Oooo! So temptingly easy, tasty, and cute!

  2. Simple and sounds scrumptious. My kind of crowd-pleaser!

  3. Dear. Mama.

    I am SO on this as soon as I can regain vision from the glory. Delish!

  4. These look awesome! The perfect app.

  5. Beautiful! Perfect summer party food.

  6. These are beautiful, I can see why they could quickly become a “go-to” appetizer!

  7. Well I’m all about simplicity, and you can’t get any simpler than these. They look divine!

  8. How do you pronounce the “Phyllo” in Phyllo pastry? Is it a short “i” like in Philadelphia?

    Or is it like the “i” in Filo Pastry.

    Enquiring (British) minds want to know !!

  9. Oh My! These are wonderful…..brie is my weakness…i love it so much!
    Thanks for the awesome recipe!

  10. These look so cute! I think I might have to throw a party JUST to have an excuse to make these.

  11. O. M. G. those little “tarts’ look scrumptious!

  12. Are the raspberries added before baking or after? Just wondering about baking the raspberries.

  13. I just found your blog when Googling ‘brie raspberry phyllo cups’ – I had them at a wedding last weekend and wanted to know how to put them together. Thanks! Great post and lovely pic :)

  14. Holy cow these look decadent and delicious. I know many people who would LOVE these.

    Erin –

  15. Do you bake the raspberries or add afterwards?

    Thanks- they look awesome and would love to make this weekend for a holiday party