Baked Brie with Peaches and Walnuts

We’re back with the ladies of the Supper Club to share a recipe for baked brie with peaches and walnuts today!

When the ladies of the Supper Club invited me to join their virtual dinner group, I got so excited about all the peach-inspired summer tablescapes, I completely glossed over the part about having to create a recipe.  

And that’s probably because I’m an absolute disaster in the kitchen.

As in, having to tell the alarm company representative everything is ok I was just trying to make a black bean quesadilla or scrambled eggs and no we don’t need the fire department to come kind of disaster.

I’m decent at soups and I love to bake.

But I’ve basically been banned from the kitchen and put on planning duty which is why you can find an entire year’s worth of monthly menu ideas on our website.

Still, I’m always up for learning something new and since we’re celebrating a French Country Inspired Summer, I thought maybe I could handle baked brie with peaches and walnuts.

The recipe was a lot easier than I expected and I learned a lot along the way.

And while there are some things I would do differently, I could totally make this again.

Baked Brie with Peaches and Walnuts-The Crowned Goat

Here’s a look at how to make baked brie with peaches and walnuts…

Baked Brie with Peaches and Walnuts Ingredients:

  • 1 8 oz Wheel of Brie
  • 1 Large Peach, chopped
  • ½ cup Walnut Halves, chopped
  • 2-3 tablespoons Peach Spreadable Fruit
  • Baguette


Preheat the Oven to 375 degrees and line a pie or baking dish with parchment paper.

Unwrap the brie wheel and place it on top of the parchment paper.

Using caution and care as the knife will be sharp, chop a large peach and place it in a small bowl.

Next, add chopped walnut halves

and 2 or 3 tablespoons of peach spreadable fruit.

Then use a spoon to mix until the ingredients are fully incorporated.

Finally, scoop the peach and walnut mixture and place it on top of the brie.

Bake for 15 minutes.

Use caution and care to remove baked brie with peaches and walnuts from the oven as the pie or baking dish will be very hot.

Serve with baguette slices or crackers.

How to Make Baked Brie with Peaches and Walnuts-The Crowned Goat

Things I Would Do Differently…

The next time I make baked brie with peaches and walnuts, I plan to toast the baguette slices. It would have made the experience better.

I would also have cut the rind on the top of the brie away. I know it’s technically edible, but it was harder to cut into than I thought it would be.

Finally, I would have left more of the peaches and walnut mixture in reserve. We love peaches so it would have been nice to have a bit more.

All in all, small things but I think they would have made a big difference.

Quick and Easy Baked Brie with Peaches and Walnuts-The Crowned Goat

Now, let’s get on to some ladies who actually know how to cook. I’ll definitely be taking notes because I need all the help I can get!

Up next on the Supper Club Recipe Blog Hop…

Anne & AnnMarie of Simply 2 Moms are sharing Easy and Refreshing Peach Sangria

Easy and Refreshing Peach Sangria-Simply 2 Moms

Rachel of The Ponds Farmhouse is sharing Sweet & Savory Fresh Peach Bruschetta with Goat Cheese

Peach Brushetta with Goat Cheese-The Ponds Farmhouse

Stacy of Bricks n Blooms is sharing Grilled Chicken with Peach Avocado Salsa Recipe

Grilled Chicken with Avocado Salsa-Bricks n Blooms

Michele of Vintage Home Designs is sharing The Easiest Peach Soup with Cream, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg

The Easiest Peach Soup-Vintage Home Designs

Jen from Midwest Life and Style is sharing Simple 4-Ingredient Peach Dump Cake

Peach Dump Cake-Midest Life and Style

I can’t wait to try these recipes, they all look so good. Let us know what you’re making this summer!

Until next time, I’ll see you on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.
6 Peach Inspired Recipes to Make This Summer-The Crowned Goat

Many blessings,


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  1. CoCo, I love that you tried something new. And you could have fooled me, because this looks absolutely scrumptious! I have some peaches in the fridge and can’t wait to try this.

    So glad you joined us this month and I hope you’ll join us again sometime soon!

  2. Yummy! Peaches are one of our favorite fruits. Can’t wait to try these out. Thank you, CoCo for serving up these recipes! 😉

  3. Hi CoCo,

    I love brie, and this looks amazing. People think I’m crazy, not crazy about peaches or nectarines.

    It may be because my grandparents lived near a peach farm. I remember the family picking buckets full. Then, we were all so itchy, and the itch was terrible. A shower didn’t help. LOL, I was young at the time.

    I’ll Pin this and try it when fresh figs are available.

  4. I loved baked Brie and I know that the peaches just make it amazing. Can’t wait to try. Thanks for joining us this month! Have the best weekend.

  5. Your peach walnut baked Brie sounds delicious! Planning to make it for my book club. Thank you for the recipe

    1. That’s so exciting AJ! I can’t wait to hear how it all goes and if you have any tips for me. I need all the help I can get in the cooking department. Hope you guys have the best time. Hugs, CoCo

  6. Hi Coco,
    Your peach brie recipe looks so good. I have never had brie, but I am ready to go get some that looks so good.
    I will use your after thought tips if I do. Oh a question?? Is brie a nice mild cheese?? Cause I am not a huge cheese fan, but I do like mild cheese…..and fruit.
    All these recipes look great and loved your post saying you were being banned from the kitchen, so funny………..I’m sure your not that bad……..lol After 50 -60 yrs. of cooking, I sorta wish someone would ban me from the kitchen. lol
    I always love your post, so cute or charming and love your sense of humor. Your a lovely human!!

  7. Stacy Ling says:

    Looks so delicious!

  8. Sounds delicious CoCo, I have made brie once, and like you, I wished I would have removed the rind. I did not care for it at all, but otherwise thought the brie itself was good. I bet peaches with it is delicious, my favorite combo, salty and sweet! Yummy.

  9. I love peaches, so I thoroughly enjoyed seeing your recipe and the others as well! Would have never known you don’t enjoy spending time cooking if you had not mentioned it! Your pictures are lovely and the recipe sounds great!! Thanks for sharing!

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