Charcuterie Boards · entertaining

Charcuterie Board Fellowship

Let’s face it, we can all get into a rut when it comes to what we eat. Even group fellowships can fall into a routine that isn’t nearly as fun as it should be!

Last week our small group broke out of the traditional meals (Mexican, Italian, Pizza, etc) and had a Charcuterie Board meal! Everyone was instructed to go check out some ideas on Pinterest and bring a board that would be suitable for supper. Here’s a pic of all the boards spread on my kitchen counter…

We had a Salad Board, Cheese and Meats, Fruits and Veggies and other fun additions. No one left hungry!

I decided to do a Baked Potato Board with all the fixings, as well as a Fruit and Chocolate Board.

It was so much fun to put these boards together! Here’s a peek at the potato board…

I used Yukon Gold potatoes. I sprayed them with cooking spray, pierced them with a knife, then salted them with coarse salt. I roasted them at 400 degrees for one hour. I served them with

  • Sour cream
  • Butter
  • Guacamole
  • Cheese
  • Ham cubes
  • Green onions

If you make a board like this, the toppings could also include bacon, chili, and salsa.

The Fruit and Chocolate Board included:

  • Grapes
  • Strawberries
  • Fresh Pineapple
  • Salted peanuts
  • Almonds
  • Vanilla Wafter and Hazelnut Spread
  • Chocolate covered Macadamia Nuts

This was a really fun meal and got us out of our normal routine! I am already gathering ideas of other boards that include Walking Taco Board and a Breakfast Board.

I encourage you to refresh your next group gathering and give this a try the next time you have an event! You can really get creative and the results are delicious!

Have you made a charcuterie board yet? What was your theme?

4 thoughts on “Charcuterie Board Fellowship

  1. That is a beautiful presentation. What a wonderful idea. I have two daughter in laws that are very creative and both do a beautiful job on their boards.

    Thanks so much for sharing!


  2. I haven’t really made a charcuterie board. These are beautiful, and what a fun idea to structure an entire fellowship meal around this theme! Thanks for the inspiration!


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