Grab a large platter or a cutting board (ceramic platters, slate cheese boards, marble slabs work as well).
Place all jams, preserves, mustards, or dips into small bowls or shallow dishes and place on the board.
Arrange cheese selection and rolled up or sliced cured meats on the platter.
Scatter crackers and breads to fill up space, then add your fruit and nuts to complete the beautiful charcuterie board.
Add mint leaves as garnish and serve immediately or chill until ready to serve.
Add color & texture! Add a variety of colorful fruits, condiments, and a variety of textures of cheeses (soft, hard & creamy), meats, crackers, and nuts. For a pop of color, I love to add some bright green mint leaves which make all the colors pop.
Keep it simple and customize your board depending on who will be eating it. Fill your charcuterie board with foods that the people you are serving actually like.
For gluten-free charcuterie platters, I always use my favorite Crunchmaster® crackers. They are crunchy and delicious, and everyone raves about them. You can purchase Crunchmaster® crackers at grocery stores nationwide, or on Amazon.
If making ahead of time, wrap securely so that the cheese doesn't dry out in the refrigerator.
Amount Per Serving
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Course Appetizer, Snack
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