A vegan charcuterie board doesn’t have to be complicated. Serve up a gorgeous board like this that can be put together in under 10 minutes. Nobody will even know they are eating healthier this holiday season!
You can even add in some vegan cheese, little black bean bites and some pickles and olives for a more savory board. Whatever you add, it will be beautiful and delicious. Keep it small by making these into individual charcuterie boxes or go BIG and make a vegan grazing table for a crowd!
One thing that I love about charcuterie boards is that they are so customizable and you can really make it your own! Whether you want fresh fruit or bell peppers on this vegan snack board, the choice is yours.
Snack boards are a great way to please a large number of people at holiday parties! You can add something to the board for everyone or even make small charcuterie board to fit everyones needs. Or go the breakfast route using vegan ingredients to make our pancake charcuterie board.
Not only are charcuterie boards an efficient way to feed a crowd, they’re also the perfect appetizers to impress your crowd, especially in these adorable charcuterie cones. They’re perfect for charcuterie on the go.
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You can get everything you need for this epic vegan charcuterie board from your local grocery store and make it look professional!
What goes in a charcuterie board without meat?
You can easily make a grazing board or easy charcuterie board without meat products! Dried fruits, apple slices, cucumber slices, cherry tomatoes, vegan dips, and your favorite crackers are excellent choices for a vegan snack board. Here are my favorite things to add to a vegan charcuterie board…
Dried mangos or freeze dried mangos have a great sweet taste and the perfect crunchy texture. They also add a pop of color which is what you’re looking for!
If you’ve never tried dates, you’re missing out. They’re perfectly sweet, have a hint of caramel to them, and pair well with tons of other fruits.
I like to place fresh berries in a small bowl because I find they easily roll around the board. Larger berries like strawberries don’t need to be placed in a bowl but smaller fruits do!
Dairy free cheese adds a different texture to your vegetarian charcuterie board and it goes great with crackers. Cheese is one of those things you almost have to include in a charcuterie board! Dairy-free or not, cheese is a necessity!
Can you put veggies on charcuterie board?
Adding vegetables to your vegan charcuterie board is a great idea! Veggies are healthy, yummy, and they add a pop of color to the vegan board. When loading your board up with veggies, I recommend adding red pepper hummus or another dairy-free dip to pair them with!
Sliced carrots, bell peppers, cucumber slices, broccoli, cauliflower, etc. are all great options for veggies and are perfect for special occasions. It will depend on your size board for how many vegetables and toppings you can fit.
How to make it
This vegan version of a cheese board is so easy to make and you can get really creative with your placement of foods!
Step 1: Get a board and place small bowls and little spreading knives where you would like them
Step 2: Add some dips, sauce or berries in the little cups as well as things like pickles which are wet and can make a mess
Step 3: Add cheeses of choice around the board is using vegan cheese.
Step 4: Add fruit, crackers, coconut shreds, and nuts, and other desired ingredients around your board.
Step 5: Add all the yummy treats! Chocolate covered pretzels, heart shaped chocolates, cookies with hearts and whatever else your HEART desires
Step 6: Finish by adding in the green herbs to give it a live, effervescent look
Food Board Ideas
I LOVE food boards! Whether sweet or savory, they are always so gorgeous. They are perfect for your next party or gathering because people can just graze as they visit.
I do recommend serving up our healthy holiday board but if you are wanting to do more than one, these are some other fun ideas…
- Milk and Cookies Holiday Board
- Gluten-Free Charcuterie and Cheeseboard
- Charcuterie Cheese Board Cookies
- BEST Charcuterie Board Ideas
- Mexican Charcuterie Board
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Vegan Charcuterie Board
- 1 box GF Crackers
- 8 oz Dried mangos
- 8 oz Dried figs or apricots
- 8 oz Dried dates
- 4 oz Coconut chips
- 8 oz Made in Nature Figgy Pops
- 8 oz Made in Nature Nuts over Fruit Supersnacks
- 6 oz Nuts
- 16 oz Fresh berries
- 8 oz Grapes
- 8 oz Your favorite vegan cheese
- 8 oz Red Pepper Hummus edamame hummus is also good
- Step 1: Get a board and place small bowls and little spreading knives where you would like them
- Step 2: Add some dips, sauce or berries in the little cups as well as things like pickles which are wet and can make a mess
- Step 3: Add cheeses of choice around the board is using vegan cheese.
- Step 4: Add fruit, crackers, coconut shreds, and nuts, and other desired ingredients around your board.
- Step 5: Add all the yummy treats! Chocolate covered pretzels, heart shaped chocolates, cookies with hearts and whatever else your HEART desires
- Step 6: Finish by adding in the green herbs to give it a live, effervescent look
Originally published December 12, 2019. This post has since been updated with more information and a better recipe card.
I made this the other night and it was a hit! My friend is vegan, so she really appreciated the vegan option 🙂