One that my brother makes every Thanksgiving:
We'll call it Heavenly Bites:
Puff pastry cups
Cranberries (he uses cranberries from my mom's homemade cranberry sauce)
Defrost puff pastry. Place a chunk of brie on puff pastry. Top with a few intact cranberries. Bake according to the directions on the Puff Pastry box.
The first year he made this hors d'ouevres he used the sheet puff pastry which he used the rim of a wine glass as a cutter. it was a little bit too time consuming for thatnksgiving, so last year, he went the easy route with the shells. These things are gone before they hit the table!
I thought of another one I haven't made in soooo long! It was a recipe I adapted from an appetizer on the menu at Carrabas Italian restaurant.
Baguette of your liking, sliced
Gruyere or Fontina Cheese
Sliced & Roasted roma tomoates
Place sliced baguette pieces on baking sheets. Lightly brush with the olive oil. Put a small amount of pesto on top of each slice. Top pesto with a slice of cheese. Do half the batch with a leaf of basil & a slice of tomato. Top the other half with a table spoon (or so) of sauteed mushrooms. Bake at 350 for 10 minutes. If you want the cheese to be a little browner, you could always let it sit under the broiler for a moment.