Baked Brie and Sangria with Welch’s Grape Spread and Juice – Welch’s Share What’s Good Photo Contest

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Disclosure for Welchs 2 I have so many memories that center around the kitchen table in my childhood home.  It’s funny, I saw a picture of the old kitchen recently, and I instantly recognized the wallpaper.  I spent so much time talking to my mom in that kitchen.  After school, I would have a snack and sit and tell her about my day.  I would sit in the kitchen and do homework, while she prepared dinner.  Then the whole family sitting around the dinner table.  My brother and I would play word games as we did the dishes.  And yes, I remember my brother dumping a whole soup pot full of water on me!  Stinker!

After its debut at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893, Welch’s Grape Juice went on to become a national family favorite.  This company that we’ve known all our lives, has a new tagline – “Share what’s good”.  Welch’s believes in the magic of “kitchen table” moments.  And Welch’s products are part of all of our kitchen tables.  At, you’ll find fun family ideas and recipes.


As part of “Share what’s good“, Welch’s has a photo contest running with a prize of $5,000!  They want to see your special family moments and everyone who enters will get a coupon, either $1.50 or $2.00 off Welch’s 100% Grape Juice.  Visit to enter.

One of the things I love to do with family and friends is to sit around the kitchen table, sharing a delicious appetizer and talk.  I took a look at the recipes on the Welch’s website and decided to make Baked Brie.  It’s one of those dishes that looks and sounds difficult and complicated, but it’s truly not.  It turned out beautifully, here’s the recipe!

Baked Brie with Welch’s Grape Spread


1/4 cup of Welch’s Natural Concord Grape Spread

One Wheel of Brie Cheese

One package of dinner roll refrigerated dough

2 tbsp toasted sliced almonds

1 egg, beaten


Welchs Grape Spread Baked Brie Spreading with Text

1.  Slice the Brie horizontally and spread Welch’s Natural Concord Grape Spread.  Sprinkle with almond slices.  Put back together.

2.  Unroll the refrigerated dough.  Cut in half and trim so you have two square pieces approximately one inch larger on each side than the wheel of Brie.  Use the scraps and a cookie cutter to cut a fun shape out of dough that will fit in the center of the wrapped Brie.  We cut an autumn symbol – the oak leaf.

3.  Place the Brie Wheel on top of one of the squares of dough and pull up the sides to cover the bottom and sides of the wheel.  Trim the second square so it is a bit smaller and will fit over the top of the wheel and just slightly down the sides.

Welchs Grape Spread Baked Brie Egg Wash

4.  Brush the dough-covered wheel with beaten egg.  Put the small cutout shape on top and brush that with egg.

5.  Bake at 375 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes.  Let cool for 15 minutes, serve warm.


Welchs Grape Spread Baked Brie Finished

We used some Welch’s 100% Grape Juice to make some delicious Sangria (non-alcoholic).  It was as pretty as it was delicious!

Welchs Grape Juice Sangria

Sangria (non-alcoholic)


100% Welch’s Concord Grape Juice

1 orange

1 lemon

1 lime

1 apple

Lemon-lime carbonated beverage (optional)


Slice fruits and place in pitcher.  Add grape juice.  Stir and refrigerate for at least one hour to allow flavors to mingle.  Pour over ice.  Add lemon-lime carbonated beverage for fizz, if desired.  Serve with slice of orange.

Don’t forget to visit for recipes and fun family ideas.  Share your fun family moments on instagram and twitter with the hashtag #ShareWhatsGood and be sure to enter the sweepstakes!  Good luck!

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Disclosure of Material Connection:  I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Welch’s. I received product samples to facilitate my review, and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.



  1. 1
    Karen Glatt says:

    This Baked Brie looks really good and this is an easy recipe to make! I heard that baked brie is supposed to be good. I really want to try to make your recipe because it looks so delicious!

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    Robin Wilson says:

    I think that most families have made memories in the kitchen or around the dining room table….food is the common theme. Looking at old pics is such a blast. I love baked brie but don’t have it very often. Never thought to use refrigerated dough! Thank you so much! Hope mine turns out almost as pretty as yours!

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