Garlic & Thyme Baked Camembert is the perfect indulgent starter or centerpiece for your party spread. You'll be transported to a state of pure bliss with each bite. It's that awesome.
I love when a simple plan comes together. When you just have an idea that requires very little work, and the results are better than you even imagined, that's the absolute best. It feels like real magic, especially when it involves something as pleasurable as cheese. Social media wants us to believe that things need to be extravagant to be beautiful. We need to cover a wooden board in butter or create a tower of toppings. Not so. Simple is awesome.
So next time you're gathering with friends and family or your coven, maybe consider how you can keep things simple but awesome. It will create a more pleasurable, high vibe experience for you as the host, and your guests will definitely not feel neglected. Trust yourself to let your intentions shine through. There's no need to make things more complicated than they really need to be. Let it be easy.
What makes Garlic & Thyme Baked Camembert so awesome?
I promise if you serve this Garlic & Thyme Baked Camembert to a cheese lover, they will be so impressed. There are only four ingredients, but they all blend perfectly together. I mean, a pool of gooey cheese is a pretty easy sell, but when you top it with fresh garlic and thyme and a drizzle of your best olive oil, it just really makes the whole thing sing.
Serve this with some crusty bread or crackers. Make it the centerpiece of an epic cheese board or do what my podcast co-host does and make it the main event of a date night in. And if you can't get fresh thyme, it's totally fine to use dried. They both taste awesome This is a totally stress free dish. No measuring is really required. You could even use minced garlic from a jar. It takes you five minutes, then you just leave it in the oven until your cheese is molten. Give it a few minutes to dig in, then eat yourelf into a cheese coma. What could go wrong?
Magical Properties of Thyme
Thyme is one of my favorite herbs to work with in the kitchen, and in spell work, I most commonly associate it with protection and courage. Ruled by Venus and the element of water, it has very gentle, receptive vibes. But there's a fighter spirit in this herb as well. Sacred to war deities like Ares and Athena, you can call on this herb to give you a boost of courage to achieve something difficult or break through a barrier. (Source: Plentiful Earth)
For more on the magical properties of the ingredients in this recipe, be sure to check my Kitchen Magick page.
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If you ever needed proof of how awesome simplicity can be, you need look no further than this Garlic & Thyme Baked Camembert. I hope you'll check it out.