Spring Charcuterie Board

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This Spring Charcuterie Board is the perfect way to start the season! It includes a little bit of everything you could possibly need for a satisfying appetizer, lunch or light snack. And it is great for 1-2 people or a much larger crowd.

Spring Cheese Board

If you are anything like me though, you could enjoy this cheese/fruit/veggie board as a whole meal. Lol! 😉 I love this kind of thing!

This cheese board came together so easily, and I found almost everything at my local Safeway. This store has the most epic cheese board selection (I drool over it)! Every time I go in, I threaten to buy a number of things for an appetizer board. So I finally pulled the trigger. Let me tell you, it did not disappoint!

Cheese Board

Be sure to check out your local Safeway! If you don’t have one, no worries, just recreate this goodie as best you can with fresh local ingredients.

Ingredient Notes For This Spring Charcuterie Board:

  • Mozzarella – The fresh mozzarella is somewhat hidden (you can only see one cheese slice underneath the strawberry slices that are on the vanilla cracker.) However, I topped some of the vanilla crackers with mozzarella cheese, strawberry slices, and a drizzle of local honey. It was SOO tasty (creamy, crunchy, sweet – all in one).
  • Parmesan – For kicks, I also dipped some parmesan flecks in the honey and it was pretty fun too. Make sure to give that a whirl.
  • Asparagus – I already had some prepared and used that as a bright add-on.
  • Honey – My all-time favorite brand is Beeyond the Hive and their Raw Wildflower Honey is amazing! Be sure to check them out.

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Spring Cheese Board

Spring Charcuterie Board


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  • Author: Naomi
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 4 +people 1x

Description

This Spring Charcuterie Board is the perfect way to start the season! It includes a little bit of everything you could possibly need for a satisfying appetizer, lunch or light snack. And it is great for 1-2 people or a much larger crowd.


Ingredients

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  • 1 box Cranberry Hazelnut Raincoast Crisps
  • 1 5.5 oz box 34 Degrees Crisps, Vanilla
  • 1 5.3 oz box Open Nature Wafer Thins, Rosemary
  • 8 oz BelGioioso Fresh Mozzarella Cheese Ball, sliced
  • 1 4 oz log Chavrie Garlic & Herbs Mild Goat Cheese
  • Beeyond The Hive Raw Wildflower Honey, for drizzling
  • Parmigiano Reggiano Flecks
  • Strawberries
  • Zucchini, cut in rounds
  • Asparagus Spears
  • Sugar Snap Peas
  • Blue Diamond Whole Almonds
  • Mediterranean Apricots

Instructions

  1. Assemble board: Lay out all your chosen foods. Get creative with placement, and pack it full. Be sure to use different size bowls for the fruit, nuts and honey.
  2. How to serve: Serve with your favorite white and/or red wine.
  • Category: Appetizer, Main Course, Snack
  • Cuisine: American
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Spring Charcuterie Board

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  1. The Spring Charcuterie Board looks like a delightful and versatile spread that’s perfect for the season. It offers a mix of flavors and textures, making it suitable for various occasions, from appetizers to light meals. The use of fresh, local ingredients, such as mozzarella, strawberries, and honey, adds a delicious touch. It’s a great idea for anyone who enjoys cheese boards and wants to embrace spring flavors.

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