Baked Brie & Rosemary Pizza

I have stumbled upon another perfect appetizer pizza!  This would be a sure hit at a dinner party, but  also makes a perfect "dinner for one" dish, which is how I enjoyed it one night when Mr. Hungry wasn't home.

I have to admit I get a little giddy when I venture out by trying my own twist on a recipe and it turns out to be amazing.  Well, that is exactly what happened here.  My friend Kate told me about the combination of a Boboli pizza crust, brie and rosemary.  As I was pulling out the ingredients to try this, I spotted some leftover kalamata olives and thought I would really live on the edge and add a few.  They were the perfect compliment!

Try this pizza for a delicious and quick meal or appetizer, and try your own twist with whatever you have in the fridge!
Baked Brie & Rosemary Pizza
Recipe Notes
Below I have not added amounts for these ingredients.  I do this because you can easily gage how much to put of each ingredient depending on which size crust you choose.  You can also alter ingredients based on you and your guest's tastes.  If using as an appetizer for a large group, use a sharp knife and cut into small squares.  Enjoy!
Boboli Pizza Crust
Brie, sliced thinly (about 1/4 inch thick)
Fresh rosemary
Kalamata olives, pitted and halved
Step by Step
1.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2.  Cover entire crust with slices of brie.
3.  Top cheese with kalamata olives.
4.  Sprinkle with rosemary.
5.  Bake pizza for 10 to 15 minutes until cheese is melted and bubbly.
6.  Cut into pie slices or squares to serve.


  1. I am going to try this recipe out this week. I bought all of the ingredients yesterday so I will let you know how it goes!

  2. Jacy, I hope you like it as much as I do! For sure let me know how it goes!

  3. I made the pizza and it was delicious! It took no time to make and it was even really good the next day when I heated up the leftovers for lunch! For someone who does not cook I was very proud of how the pizza turned out!

  4. Brie & rosemary..yum yum..I also put fresh rosemary and fresh minced garlic on top of a brie wheel, wrap it in puff pastry & bake it. Not skinny, but sooooo good

  5. Glad it worked for you Jacy! Also, for others that might cook this, Jacy had a really good question... you do leave the white rind on the brie when you put it on the pizza.

    The puff pastry sounds like a great idea! I have had brie with sweet ingredients in a puff pastry, but never with garlic and rosemary... I'll have to try this out!