Whipped Brie Cheese

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Up your appetizer game with a quick and easy recipe for creamy Whipped Brie topped with a drizzle of honey or jam.

A hand dips a toasty baguette into whipped Brie that's been garnished with cracked black pepper and drizzled with honey.

You may be familiar with whipped feta, but have you ever tried whipped Brie? This game-changing appetizer is my new quick and easy go-to for snacking and all things charcuterie.

It’s as simple (and, as I found out, as complicated) as whipping Brie cheese until it becomes pillowy soft. So you just toss some Brie into a stand mixer and crank it on, right? That’s a “yes,” that also comes with a “but…” You’ll need a few pro tips to guarantee success!

A wood cutting board containing two wheels of Brie cheese and a serrated knife

How to Whip Brie Cheese

There are two steps to this simple recipe:

  • Step 1: Removing the Rind
    • The Brie should be cold so that it’s easier to trim off the rind.
    • A serrated knife works best for this step.
Brie cheese in a stand mixer glass bowl with paddle attachment
  • Step 2: Beating the Brie
    • The Brie should be at room temp so that it mixes more smoothly
    • Attempting this technique with less than three (8-oz.) wheels of Brie will not lead to success! You need enough cheese so that it can (for lack of a better description) blend with itself and become smooth, airy and extra-creamy.
    • It will take a full 10 minutes beating in the stand mixer for the Brie to reach the ideal texture. It will also lighten significantly in color (pictured below).
Whipped Brie on a paddle attachment in a stand mixer

Toppings for Whipped Brie

Remember all of the variations on butter boards? A bowl of Brie is your blank canvas! A few of my favorite toppings include:

  • Fresh herbs (thyme or rosemary)
  • Fresh berries (strawberries, blueberries or raspberries)
  • Roasted grapes
  • Toasted nuts (walnuts or pecans)
A top-down close-up view of a grey bowl containing whipped Brie cheese topped with honey and black pepper

How to Use Whipped Brie

Two ideas immediately came to mind when I thought of ways to enjoy Brie beyond dipping and dunking into it as an appetizer:

… and I’m just getting started! I have not yet ventured beyond the appetizer realm with this creation, but you better believe I am up for the challenge. Stay tuned!

A bowl of whipped Brie cheese with a toast and a bowl of honey next to it
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Whipped Brie Cheese

Up your appetizer game with a quick and easy recipe for creamy Whipped Brie topped with a drizzle of honey or jam.
Author: Kelly Senyei
5 from 5 votes
A top-down view of whipped Brie cheese in a bowl with toast
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Servings 8 servings


  • 3 (8-oz.) wheels Brie cheese, cold
  • Honey or jam, for garnishing
  • Toasts or crackers, for serving


  • Using a serrated knife, remove the entire rind from each wheel of Brie. Let the cheese come to room temp then add it to the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment.
  • Beat the cheese on medium speed until it becomes smooth and creamy, scraping down the sides as needed, about 10 minutes. (See Kelly's Notes.)
  • Transfer the whipped Brie to a serving plate then drizzle with honey or jam and serve with toasts or crackers for dipping.

Kelly's Notes:

  • Do not try to halve this recipe. You need a minimum of three wheels of Brie so that it beats together in the stand mixer bowl and becomes light and pillowy.
  • The Brie will be very stiff once you start beating it. After 10 minutes, it will lighten in color and texture.


Calories: 1kcal, Carbohydrates: 0.001g, Protein: 0.1g, Fat: 0.1g, Saturated Fat: 0.1g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.003g, Monounsaturated Fat: 0.03g, Cholesterol: 0.4mg, Sodium: 2mg, Potassium: 1mg, Sugar: 0.001g, Vitamin A: 2IU, Calcium: 1mg, Iron: 0.001mg


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  1. Question : which Brie do you use – single – double or triple cream Brie? We just had this at an Italian restaurant this weekend and it was amazing so I went searching for a recipe and found this. The one we had was so buttery I’m thinking double cream but maybe not? It was still soft and pliable pulling the leftovers out the of the fridge.

  2. I have whipped the Brie (turned out beautifully). I’m going to fill tiny tart shells with it and top with a Christmas jam for a tea tomorrow.. if I fill the shells tonight and refrigerate, then bring to room temp tomorrow before serving will they still be of a whipped consistency? Or should I Re whip in the am before filling the shells? Thank yiu!

    1. I’m so glad to hear that the whipped brie turned out great for you, Linda! I have not tested refrigerating the whipped brie before serving but it might harden. Let me know if you tried it and how it turns out!

  3. did you put cracked pepper on it in the picture?

    have you tried with a truffled honey? Thinking about making it for next week!

    1. Hi, Whitney! Yes, in the post we put freshly cracked black pepper on top. I have not tried with a truffled honey but it sounds great! Let me know if you try it!

  4. Hi Kelly, My name is Jean. I haven’t made the brie get I was wondering if it could be made the night before then take it out of the fridge and serve it at room temperature?

    1. Hi Jean! Yes, but you’ll want to bring it back to room temp and likely have to re-whip it before serving.

  5. 5 stars
    Very good and SUPER easy. We simply whipped it up and put it in a bowl. We drizzled some honey over it and it was fabulous! We made it with dinner for soup night. Will be making again.

    1. I wouldn’t recommend using a blender, as there’s no liquid in this recipe so the blade won’t spin.

      1. I was able to use a hand mixer and it worked great. And I did 2 wheels without a problem that way.

  6. Can’t wait to try this. Wonder if I can do it the day before and serve the following day? Would it soften after being in the fridge?

    1. Hi Rachel! That should work, however, it will harden similar to butter. Remove from the fridge and let the cheese warm to room temp before serving.

  7. 5 stars
    Amazing I put it in cuisinart food processor for a few minutes topped with apple jam & sliced almonds
    Will never bake Bri again. This is is much easier to serve!!!

  8. 5 stars
    I love Brie and this recipe looks amazing! I would have never thought about whipping Brie. Can’t wait to try this!!