Charcuterie boards are the perfect party snack for get-togethers with friends and families. Not only are they delicious, but they are BEAUTIFUL.
Despite how much effort appears to go into making these boards, they are actually extremely easy to make.
One of the best things about making a charcuterie board is that you can completely customize to your liking, and fill it with all of your favorite foods!
Charcuterie boards typically do not involve any cooking. All you have to do is arrange your board with your chosen foods, and you will be golden.
In this post, you will find where to get a charcuterie board, what to put on a charcuterie board, and some of the best charcuterie board ideas to make!
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Where to Get a Charcuterie Board
Charcuterie boards aren’t as hard to find as you may think! You can get them at Target, Walmart, Homegoods, and other home-related stores.
If you are having trouble finding them, you can also turn your wooden cutting board into a nice small charcuterie board. This is especially helpful when you are making a board for yourself or one or two additional people.
Here are some boards I think you may like:
What is on a Charcuterie Board
Presentation is EVERYTHING when it comes to putting together your board. You want to make sure have a good balance of textures, vibrant colors, and food sizes to make it work.
Here are a few common things to put on your first board:
- Macadamia Nuts
Bread & Crackers
- Buttery Crackers
- Grain Crackers
- Toasted Baguette slices
- Fresh berries: strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries
- Grapes (stem still on)
- Apple slices
- Dried fruits
- Olives: black or green
- Dips: spinach dip, onion dip
- Celery sticks
- Carrot slices
Now that you know some of the basic foods to put on your board, here are a few of the best charcuterie board ideas to make for your next get together!
Best Charcuterie Boards Ideas
8. Fruit & Veggie
Holiday Charcuterie Boards
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