🍂 An Autumn Charcuterie Board 🍂

“There are three things I have learned never to discuss with people: religion, politics, and the Great Pumpkin,”

-Linus, it’s the great pumpkin, Charlie Brown

Hello, sweet friend…

I hope you are well…

Recently I created an autumn charcuterie board…

I am so excited to share it with you!

It combined all the best flavors of fall (think pumpkin, cheese, fruits, and treats!)

This charcuterie board is actually a Christmas board…

I just added a bit of decor to make it work for the autumn season.

This is such a delicious fun way to entertain & serve up snack favorites in no time at all!

How to Make a Fall Charcuterie Board

Select Your Board or Platter

First things first, your board! It’s not really a charcuterie board without some sort of large board or platter. You can stay on budget and use any large serving tray, it doesn’t have to be a board purchased just for a charcuterie board.

Gather Your Fall Foods

Since fall was the theme of my charcuterie board, I stuck with the classic autumn colors like orange, red, yellow, gold, etc. This gave my board a cohesive look that was seasonally perfect for any fall gatherings!

Design your Charcuterie Board

I like to lay out my largest items on the board first. Usually, this starts with the cheeses like a brie wheel. Space them out around the board evenly. Fill in with the next largest items like chips, crackers, meats, dip bowls, etc. Next, add in small items like nuts, little cookies, etc. Tuck in serving spoons, cheese knives & spreaders.

Add some Festive Fall Touches

Give your board some fall garnishing with mini pumpkins, sprigs of wheat, cinnamon sticks, and fall flowers tucked in for the perfect autumn cheese board! Now you have yourself a festive fall charcuterie board!

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4 Responses to 🍂 An Autumn Charcuterie Board 🍂

  1. Jose says:

    Your Autumn charcuterie board is visually appealing and whets my appetite for
    the many fun delights you include.
    I really enjoyed the music that accompanied the video.
    Happy Halloween

  2. Carol M Hingle says:

    Marcia…Not only does this look scrumptious …. what fun to put together!!!!
    Happy Fall and thanks for sharing…

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