How to make a Red, White, and Blue Charcuterie Board

How to make a Red, White, and Blue Charcuterie Board
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My son Landon and I whipped up this festive Red, White, and Blue charcuterie board last year for a fun Forth of July appetizer. As I have shared in previous posts, making charcuterie is easy and fun. Making a Red, White, and Blue Charcuterie board is no different. All you need to make this patriotic charcuterie board is a board or platter, some tiny bowls, and fresh, delicious ingredients in those three colors.

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For the Red

Fruits and vegetables such as Strawberries, raspberries, pomegranate or Red grapes and red peppers

Meats such as salami, or pepperoni

For the White

cheeses such as swiss, brie, Monterey Jack, any white cheese will work

Breads and crackers such as saltine crackers, and a white bread such as Schar brand or an against the grain baguette ( my favorite) which is also gluten free

For the Blue

blueberries, blueberry goat cheese

To assemble the board:

  1. Place the bowls where you would like them first and then build around them, I put many of my red ingredients in my bowls.
  2. Next lay down the rest of the reds, which in my board, are the meat and the grapes
  3. Then place the whites – the crackers and cheese
  4. then last but not least – the blues, blueberries, and blueberry goat cheese

Easy peasy and you have a beautiful, patriotic board sure to impress at your next gathering or family fun night. I know you will have a blast making this Red, White, and Blue Charcuterie board!

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