If you are looking for the BEST charcuterie board, we’ve got some great ideas for you!Each of these rank as BEST charcuterie board in my mind. They are each unique and we will share with you why they would be the perfect addition to your next gathering!
When it comes to the BEST charcuterie board, Eden from Sugar and Charm leads the pack in design. Above you can see her gorgeous setup for a fall charcuterie party.
I absolutely love her low table with giant aztec pillows. The white velvet pumpkins and matte pink plates go perfectly with her classic charcuterie board. Get all the details for exactly how to put your own together over on her site.
Not all entertaining food boards have to be savory. I love this sweet dessert charcuterie that Eden created for her outdoor Mother’s Day picnic. The gorgeous rosette apple tarts are by far my favorite. They are so beautiful and a treat anyone would love!
You can use gluten-free treats and desserts if needed. You can find so many delicious things to include on it like these gluten-free fried cake donuts or the best gluten-free chocolate chip cookies from Erin at Meaningful Eats.
Plus, fresh fruit and nuts are a great gluten-free option as well. I wanted to create a delicious and beautiful gluten-free cheese and charcuterie board so this is one I recommend. Cheese, fresh fruit, dried fruit, nuts and even dolma or stuffed grape leaves are a great option here. I also love to add gluten-free toast or crackers.
Fresh herbs or edible flowers take even the BEST charcuterie board up a notch. Rosemary is usually the one I like to use but sage and lavender work great as well. Courtney from Pizzazzerie put together a very masculine charcuterie board for Father’s day. I love all the deep dark colors from the chocolate and bold accents in green.
I think it’s great how Courtney married sweet chocolate with savory cheeses and meats for the ultimate entertaining cheeseboard. Fresh fruit and herbs add life to this board as well. Not all of the BEST charcuterie boards have to be long and one level. You could create this two tiered charcuterie like Kaitlin from The Every Hostess did. I love the marble and gold serving tower she chose.
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