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Fruit and Cheese Charcuterie Board

A delicious array of fruits, cheeses and meets along with nuts and condiments for an appetizing spread at your next gathering.
Course Appetizer
Cuisine French
Keyword appetizer, Charcuterie, cheese, fruit platter
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Servings 8
Author Candi Elm



  • Cranberry Chutney
  • Honey
  • Garlic Hummus
  • Fresh Rosemary Optional Garnish


  • Large Black Olives Pitted
  • Jalapeno Stuffed Green Olives


  • Pretzel Crackers
  • Ritz Crackers
  • Sesame Topped Wheat Crackers

Dried Fruits

  • Dried Cranberries
  • Dried Apricots

Fresh Fruits

  • Grapes
  • Raspberries
  • Blackberries


  • Pistachios
  • Candied Spice Pecans


  • Thin-sliced salami
  • Prosciutto wrapped cheese
  • Large thin-sliced Pepperonis


  • Cubed Colby jack cheese
  • Cubed Cheddar
  • Thin sliced white Cheddar
  • Brie round cut in half
  • Cranberry topped goat cheese


  • Begin by preparing the cheese if needed. You can also buy prepared cubed cheese in most deli departments. Set Aside
  • Prepare the meats, Set Aside
  • Wash and pat dry all fresh fruit. Set Aside.
  • Fill your bowls or ramekins with the chutney spread, hummus, olives and honey.
  • Start your board with something in the middle such as the olives. Then add the bowls of dips.
  • Now add the prepared cheese, crackers, nuts and fresh fruit.
  • Add fresh fruit by the sweeter cheese like Brie and goat cheese.
  • Fill in the blank spaces with dried fruit and nuts.


Add your utensils you will need on the board . This will guide your guests to know what to use when and where.
Meats are best served thinly sliced and the suggested best meats are Salami and Prosciutto. 
Use hard cheeses for best results. 
Nuts and small dried fruits are great to fill in empty spots on the platter. 
You can add more olives, nuts, and meats if you don't want to add fresh fruit. The best fruits are berries. 
Make your Charcuterie Board colorful. This is most pleasing to the eye. Add different textures, colors and sizes of ingredients.