Charcuterie boards to make at home are so popular right now and we totally see why! Whether you make one for your next get-together, a quick lunch or snack, or for happy hour, a charcuterie board will be a hit. Make yours with an array of meats, cheeses, fruits and vegetables. Add in some sliced bread or crackers as well to complete the board.
Charcuterie boards work well to show off seasonal produce. They’re also a great way to get creative with leftovers in the fridge. Feel free to keep it simple or get as fancy as you like! Either way, putting a charcuterie board together really only takes about 30 minutes. All that’s left is to pop open a bottle of your favorite wine and relax while you graze!
Check out some of these beautiful charcuterie boards to make at home that I curated from around the internet. They’re as gorgeous as they are delicious!
15 Beautiful Charcuterie Boards to Make at Home
Before you get started read about the cheese platter basics of putting your charcuterie board together.
This holiday cheese charcuterie board will be the centerpiece of your table.
Make this easy summer charcuterie board and entertaining will be a snap!
Yes, it is possible to put together a gorgeous 10 minute charcuterie board.
Use fresh and simple ingredients to make your board sure to please.
Who doesn’t want to pair your cheese board with a good wine!
A meat and cheese platter like this one will be gone in minutes!
This Greek appetizer platter is the perfect addition to any party, game day, or weekend happy hour.
Move over meat and cheese! Make room for the french fries board!!
This red white and blue appetizer board goes perfectly with any patriotic theme!
Grazing tables are pretty popular right now too. The only difference? You use the whole table instead of a cheese board! Wow!
Make a charcuterie board for your next date night in!
How refreshing does this fruit and cheese board sound? Perfect for at the pool or beach during the summer!
Forget the meat and cheese! How about a loaded s’mores board? Yum!
With so many options, which will you make first?
I am a home cook that does things my way. In my kitchen, I make breakfast, pack lunches, prepare snacks, and cook dinner. During the week, we eat real food that is homemade, organic, and local. On the weekends we do explore more of our local restaurants. I bake my own bread, juice fresh oranges every other day, and make my own kombucha and other weekly favorites.