Fun Christmas Charcuterie Boards and Snack Boards to wow any guest at your holiday parties.
These boards are so fun – everyone is making them. What once started as a wooden cutting board with an assortment of meats and cheeses, is now almost anything you want it to be. These let you be creative and fun.
If you are looking for more than just Christmas Charcuterie Boards, here is my BIG list of charcuterie ideas.
Christmas Charcuterie Boards
Make a big, white Santa beard out of cheese and a red hat from berries. So cute! Recipe from Petal and Platter.
A fun Christmas appetizer with a big assortment of treats like pepperoni, cranberries, pretzels, cheese and more. Go to Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons for the easy step-by-step instructions.
The colors used on this board are beautiful. Cut out the words Merry Christmas in cheese to make it really stand out. Idea from The Party Girl Charcuterie.
Perfect for brunch! This is FULL of yummy breakfast food like waffles, muffins, fresh fruit and more. Instructions from Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons.
This would make such a fun snack while watching your favorite Grinch movie. Recipe from Everyday Short Cuts.
Every sort of topping or ingredient you would want to go with a warm cup of cocoa. Instructions from Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons.
A super festive Christmas Tree shaped board full of fruit, cheese, olives and meats. You can create the shape of a tree on any shape platter or grab one of these Christmas Tree shaped boards. Recipe from Love from the Oven.
Here’s another gorgeous take on the Christmas Tree board. Idea from Boards by Dana.
This Winter Wonderland Wreath is just beautiful. Find the inspiration to make your own from U Got Me Cheesin’.
This snack board has so many little cute details: Mozzarella snowmen, Grinch kabobs, Santa Claus hummus and celery reindeer. Go get the full details from The Baker Mama.
Kids love this fun Christmas charcuterie board. The Gnomes beard is made from a delicious cream cheese fruit dip and surrounded by fruit and some sweet treats for dipping. Get the recipe from Big Family Blessings.
Frosting boards are getting really popular because they’re super cute and yummy. Pipe frosting in the shape of a tree and surround it with any sweet treats you want for dipping. See how from Modern Mom Life.
Here’s another fun frosting board in the shape of a snowman. Awesome idea from The Novice Chef.
The cutest Santa Claus cheeseball with Pocky Christmas trees and lots of cookies.
I love this board for movie night! It’s FULL of yummy Christmas treats and is in a cute red and pink theme. See how to piece this together like the photo below at Fantabulosity.com
Perhaps the cutest Christmas breakfast idea ever! Your kids will adore this. Recipe from The Epicurean Mouse.
Hosting a holiday party? Make everyone their very own mini charcuterie.
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