Soft camembert and cider pies – with or without a Thermomix

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Soft camembert and cider pies – with or without a Thermomix

I don’t think I can get any more French today – mixing Camembert, one of the most loved French cheese, and cider. Add the contrast of a few green apples and you end up with a soft and delicious mini pie.

The result is an unsurprisingly very tasty and perfect for a quick dinner or as a starter for a dinner party, served with a simple green salad.

Do not worry about buying the best imported Camembert as some of the flavour will be lost when heated. You can also substitute for Brie, should you want a milder taste.

I personally use green apples as I like the sharpness of them, but again, you can substitute for any other apples you may like.

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Can be frozen

For gluten free, replace plain flour by gluten free option.

Active time: 10 minutes – Total time: 25 minutes


  • 30g butter
  • 100g gruyere cheese
  • 150g milk
  • 100g dry cider
  • 60g plain flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 apple, cubed
  • 1 camembert
  • salt & pepper to taste

Let’s go…

  1. Preheat your oven to 210C.
  2. Grease 6 ramekin pots with butter (if you’re not using sillicon ones)
  3. Add 100g gruyere cheese to the mixing bowl. Mix for 5 seconds / speed 5. Set aside.
  4. Add 30g butter and 150g milk. Cook for 2 minutes / 80C / Speed 2.
  5. Add the grated gruyere cheese. Mix for 20 seconds / speed 4.
  6. Add 100g dry cider, 60g plain flour, 3 eggs and salt & pepper to taste. Mix for 30 seconds / speed 4.
  7. Add the apple cubes. Mix for 20 seconds / speed 2.
  8. Pour the mixture equally in the ramekin dishes.
  9. Slice the camembert and spread equally on top of the mixture.
  10. Cook in the oven for 20 minutes / 210C.

Best served still warm.

Delicious. Bon appetit x


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