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LONDON - JULY 12: A store assistant cuts brie, which can contain between 45 and 60 percent fat, for a customer in a cheese store on July 12, 2007 in London, England. Government advisors are considering a tax on high fat foods to tackle obesity. Foods targeted include dairy products such as fatty cheese, full fat milk and fresh butter. (Photo by Cate Gillon/Getty Images)

Thanksgiving is coming up, and it is one of my favorite holidays.

There are so many good foods you think of when you think of Thanksgiving. A few years back, I was having a Friendsgiving and wanted to make something different. All the traditional Thanksgiving dishes had already been taken, so I went on the hunt for a new recipe that I had never tried.

I fell upon a recipe for cranberry brie bites, and as soon as I made them, I knew they would be a huge hit.

This recipe has become a staple in my family, and I’m constantly asked to remake it every year. Like most of the best recipes I make, they are not my own, so it only feels right to share them.

Here’s the recipe for cranberry brie bites. You can thank me later!