This week, I am going to slow it down on the fashionably beautiful and healthy dishes and maybe even the next. My reason being? I'm doing the fat blast starting tomorrow and I have cooked so many meals for the fat blast and posted them here. I truly don't want to bore you all to death with my recipes. This also gives me more time to hang out with my family, work on the business, spend time on the house and FINALLY get down to Miami to visit my loved ones. I miss them all so much! Before not posting for a while, which I kind of have already been doing, I want to share this delicious Honey Nut Baked Brie. Of course, I must share with you my stories beforehand.
Once I go down there though, sometimes I just want to come back home so bad because there's so much on my mind of what to do and what not to do. Then, I come back home and wish I appreciated my time with them more so I decided I would be more proactive by planning better this time.
First things first, we have our house guests who could care for Bentley at this time so that's a super score for us to not have to drive with him down. Second, after talking to my mom and dad, it is clear that coming on a weekend moving into the weekdays is best because they are already off from work and they don't have to request days off for our visit to Kendall.
Where it gets sticky is that Marylex's main days off are Monday and Tuesday and I am not sure how she can maneuver around her current schedule to get a Saturday and Sunday consecutive to the already scheduled days off. As always, that is a hump we can just get over because God is in control of each and every situation. Regardless of that little complication, the plans other than the ones stated above was to get everything I need to get done finished before going.
Okay...maybe not EVERYTHING but almost. Okay...fine, half or just some. I want to take down a "To Do" list that has the most important thing I must do of priority that can only be done in Orlando and even a list of things that are to be done in Miami to take advantage of my time spent there. Now, go eat some Honey Nut Baked Brie.
Honey Nut Baked Brie
Crunchy, nutty and sweet as can be. This Honey Nut Baked Brie appetizer will have anyone swooning as they walk through the door.
Prep time: 2 mins
Cook time: 20 mins
Total time: 22 mins
Preheat oven to 300° F.
In a small bowl, mix pecans, coconut oil, honey and salt. Microwave for a minute. Stir.
Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Place the brie in the middle. Top with caramelized nuts.
Bake for 20 minutes.
Remove from oven. Allow to cool.
Serve on a platter or cutting board with the appropriate cheese knife.