Charcuterie Board

KID FRIENDLY SNACK BOARDThe BEST CHARCUTERIE BOARD that kids and adults will love!

What is a charcuterie board? Plain and simple, a charcuterie board is a snack board filled with an assortment of delectable snacks (primarily meats and cheese). Here is a list of ideas to fill your charcuterie (or snack) boards with…

  • Cheese
  • Veggies (cucumbers, tomatoes, celery, carrots, peppers Etc.)
  • Olives
  • Seeds (Pumpkin, Sunflower Etc.)
  • Fruit (Apples, Strawberries, Grapes Etc.)
  • Dried Fruit (Apricot, Mandarin Oranges, Banana chips Etc.)
  • Ranch
  • Hummus
  • Pretzels
  • Chocolate Candies
  • Crackers
  • baguette bread
  • Jelly or jam
  • Bruschetta
  • Salami, Ham, turkey
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oilfor dipping
  • Crostini  

HOW TO PRONOUNCE CHARCUTERIE

I could not say shaar·koo·tr·ee for the longest time. Honestly, this word still tongue ties me from time to time. So, in all honesty we could just call it a snack board. Although charcuterie board sounds much more elegant.

KID FRIENDLY SNACK BOARD IDEA

How to assemble a Charcuterie Board

Literally, do not over think it. The first time assembling a charcuterie board (snack board) I found myself scrambling to feed five hungry kiddos. There was no fancy cheese board purchased, just grabbed my baking pan and filled it with whatever I had left in the fridge and pantry. A few slices of salami, ham, a couple odd pieces of fruits, veggies and cheeses, just keep searching I bet you already have enough to make a charcuterie board right now.

A couple reminders while assembling your charcuterie boards. First, make sure to use little round dishes for your sauce and seeds. Then, remember not to place crackers or bread next to wet ingredients. Last, but not least, have fun with it. Design your boards however you please. You truly can’t go wrong while assembling yummy foods that you already love.

Charcuterie Board
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Here is a list of all the delicious ideas for your charcuterie board
Ingredients
  • Cheese
  • Veggies (cucumbers, tomatoes, celery, carrots, peppers Etc.)
  • Olives
  • Seeds (Pumpkin, Sunflower Etc.)
  • Fruit (Apples, Strawberries, Grapes Etc.)
  • Dried Fruit (Apricot, Mandarin Oranges, Banana chips Etc.)
  • Ranch
  • Hummus
  • Pretzels
  • Chocolate Candies
  • Crackers
  • baguette bread
  • Jelly or jam
  • Bruschetta
  • Salami, Ham, turkey
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil, for dipping
  • Crostini
Instructions
  1. Prep all veggies, fruits, cheese
  2. Get out a board, large plate or baking pan
  3. Add round bowls for dips and seeds (we are a nut free home but of course nuts are an excellent addition)
  4. Assemble ingredients around the mini dishes making sure to keep wet and dry ingredients as separate as possible
  5. Fill round dishes with seeds and dips
  6. Viola

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