Yup, I did it again! This time we have 5 feet of Easter goodies. This was a super fun one because hello chocolate bunnies and eggs! I started off this series showing you how to make a regular charcuterie board, then I made this board for my Christmas party and soon after made a full spread for Valentines Day! Today I am going to break down the details on this board and show you how simple it is to make a beautiful board for your Easter gathering this Sunday.
*indicates it is from Trader Joes!
- Le Delice De Bourgogne Triple Cream Soft Ripened Cheese*
- Unexpected Cheddar*
- Toscano soaked in Syrah*
- Honey Goat Cheese*
- Salame De Parma*
- Fig & Olive Crisps *
- Stone Ground Wheat Crackers*
- Multigrain Pita Bite Crackers*
- Multigrain Crackers*
- Sweetened Dried Lemon Slices*
- Yogurt Covered Pretzels
- Fig Jam
- Snap Peas
- Small Green Leaf Wreaths (target dollar spot)
- Plastic Easter Eggs (target dollar spot)
- Paper Grass (target dollar spot)
- Mini Chocolate Bunnies & Eggs
- Honey Sesame Almonds*
- Cadbury Mini Eggs
The MOST important part of an epic charcuterie board is to fill it to the brim! If you don’t feel like you have enough to fill the board you are using, use something smaller to put everything on. A smaller but full board will look so much better than a larger and sparse board!
How to make a 5 foot charcuterie board:
I got a 5 ft x 14 inch piece of walnut wood from a local lumber store then used this oil finish to lock in that beautiful color and make it so that you can put food on it. Finally I added these gold handles from amazon and voila!
You might think DID YOU EAT ALL OF THAT? Well we did make a major dent, then split up the leftovers! How could you go wrong?
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