My neighborhood has been hosting fun online events for our community. The most recent one I attending was a virtual charcuterie class. It was so much fun making my own charcuterie board that now I am obsessed with it! That’s the first one I ever made pictured above.
Once I realized how easy these are to make and seeing how visually appealing they are in basically any setting I am making them all the time. I’ve rounded up some of my favorite ideas, from holiday boards to country-themed boards to dessert boards! These are the perfect addition to any tea party or bridal shower.
Kid Themed Charcuterie
A Kids Charcuterie Board is perfect for how most kids eat anyway – grabbing a little bite at a time while playing! So why not cater to that and just make a little snack board that they can graze on for dinner. This is especially helpful at a party where the kids would rather be playing than eating.
Mexican Charcuterie Board
This Mexican Charcuterie Board is full of tasty treats. Nuts, cheeses, and other yummy goodies from South of the Border make this platter a true fiesta.
This Moroccan inspired charcuterie board makes use of simple ingredients you can buy and a few that you can make as well. It’s also pork-free if you have any guests who would love a charcuterie board but don’t partake.
Your guests will love this Simple Italian Charcuterie Board with Vanilla Fig Jam and delicious meats.
All the details on how to build an amazing Barcelona cheese board, Spanish style. Spanish inspired appetizers to build the best cheese board this holiday season and all year round!
A simple Irish cheeseboard is fun. This is the perfect appetizer before serving corned beef and cabbage for dinner.
Ice Cream Sundae Charcuterie Board
Move over meat and cheese! This Ice Cream Sundae Charcuterie Board is perfect for a special night at home or get together! The best part is it’s customizable and perfect for kids and adults!
A sweet party platter is guaranteed to be hit when entertaining! Learn how to make a dessert platter with tons of easy ideas, themes, and style tips to put together the ultimate dessert charcuterie board!
Chocolate Dessert Charcuterie Board includes recipes for chocolate covered figs, chocolate nut roll, and tips on how to make a chocolate board!
Hot Chocolate Board
With more of us staying in, why not plan a movie night at home with your family and create an Hot Chocolate Charcuterie Board to kick off the night? It’s really easy and so much fun to put together!
Holiday Charcuterie Board
Holiday Charcuterie Board – Adds lots of colors, flavors, and textures to your holiday table by assembling this family-size snack board! Perfect to snack on while Christmas dinner is being prepared or take it on the go for holiday parties and potlucks.
Grinch Hot Cocoa Board
This Grinch Hot Cocoa Board is a fun and festive charcuterie board for the holidays!
Christmas Cookie Board
Christmas Cookie Boards are the most fun way to serve cookies! Add your favorite candy and a sugar cookie dip to finish it off.
A fall-inspired Thanksgiving Charcuterie Board is great as an easy appetizer to the busiest cooking day of the year. A simple to assemble cheese board with easy to find ingredients is a great make-ahead appetizer that also travels well.
Fall Charcuterie Board
This colorful fall-themed vegan appetizer platter features almond cheese, three types of hummus, and all the seasonal goodness you can imagine from figs to winter squash and crunchy pecans. Totally customizable to your needs, this ultimate snack board is sure to wow your guests with only minimal preparation time!
Autumn Charcuterie Board
Need an easy & eye-catching appetizer for fall parties & holidays? Prep and assemble a simple board (meat & cheese platter) with autumn-themed ingredients in about 30 minutes. This one features cured meats, hard and soft cheeses, seasonal produce like apples and pears, plus sweet & savory nibbles so there’s a variety of flavors.
Salad Dinner Charcuterie
Valentine’s Day Charcuterie
Learn how to make an epic Valentine’s Day board your guests will adore (even the kids). Get suggestions for ingredients and learn which cheese to leave off the tray.
Have you made a fun themed board? I would love to hear about it in the comments below. I am always on the hunt for new ideas.