I also have made a crust using butter, cream cheese and flour as described below but I add a few more things inside the dough. I take the Brie and slice it to create 2 wheels. After rolling out one disc, I place one of the Brie halves rind down on the dough. Then I spread some type of jam or preserves (Cherry is my favorite but orange marmalade and apricot preserves are pretty good too) over the brie and then sprinkle a hand full of sliced almonds. Then I place the other half of the wheel on with the rind side up. I spread more of the preserves and almonds and then cover with the other half of the dough as described below. I've served it at a friend's house and watched at 2 of the other guests attacked it like a hoard of locusts. We took our lives in our own hands when we ventured in to get a taste. It was a hit!
Just found this recipe the other day. Haven't tried it yet, but am planning to make it for Thanksgiving.
1/4 c. butter (softened)
3 oz. cream cheese (softened)
3/4 c. flour
1 round brie (8 oz)
1 t. water
Beat butter, cream cheese and flour until ball forms. Divide in half, wrap each half in plastic wrap and refrigerate 30 minutes. Roll each half to 7 inch round. Place one round on ungreased baking sheet. Place brie on pastry and top with other pastry circle. Pinch edges to seal. Flute bottom edge. Mix egg and water and brush on top and sides. Bake 15-20 minutes at 400 until golden. Let set 30 minutes before serving.