Now you can have pie for breakfast with these Ham and Brie Hand Pies with a tangy fig jam and stone ground mustard spread!
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right? Ours is usually nothing too exciting with maybe a bowl of cereal, bagels or oatmeal. It is pretty standard stuff though the DIY Guy loves having something with more substance and these were a hit with him. One to two hand pies are filling enough to keep you fueled all morning long. We even enjoyed our leftovers for an afternoon snack. You can't go wrong no matter what time you have them.
Don't be fooled and think these are hard to make. They are pretty easy especially since you start with pre-made pie crust. Sure you can make your own but I'm loving the crust I can get at Trader Joe's (no affiliate link) in their frozen section. It comes out perfect every time and makes the prep a lot easier. Just let it defrost in the refrigerator the night before and you are ready to go in the morning. You could also chop the ham and make the spread that night too. In the morning, it can be assemble, bake and eat!
Oh and in case you are wondering, they are best eaten warm but can be reheated in the microware if needed.
If you are looking for other hearty breakfasts, be sure to check out my Broccoli and Ham Quiches made in ramekins or these mini Ham and Leek Quiches.
Breakfast is served!