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Bunny Charcuterie Board Recipe

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Check out this cute Bunny Charcuterie Board Recipe! It’s a simple snack idea and perfect for your Easter table. When it comes to easy recipes for Easter dinner, add this to the list.

The best part about charcuterie boards is that they’re loaded with goodies and treats! Find out how simple they can be to make with this simple snack board recipe!

Making snack boards like this is a great way to make a simple appetizer or a casual dinner. Everyone can pick and choose their favorite foods and fill their bellies with goodness.

Bunny Charcuterie Board Recipe

I love making charcuterie boards because that means, for the most part, that I get to leave my oven off for the day and work on a creative, beautiful, delicious food display.

My boys love when I make big snack boards because that fuels their big appetites! Plus, they don’t have to wait for me to cook stuff.

The other great thing about this recipe is that you can mix, match, and choose to make it different. There are so many yummy options that are perfect for a variety of tastes and flavors.

Charcuterie boards have gained immense popularity in the past few years, largely due to their show-stopping presentation and an immense variety of flavors and textures.

Not only do they look beautiful, but the combination of meat, cheese, and snacks makes it easy to find something everyone loves.

On top of that, they require minimal effort when preparing, making them an ideal centerpiece for any gathering.

They are also customizable, allowing people to put their spin on their creations with unique meats, cheeses, and accompaniments that fit various tastes and preferences.

These reasons make charcuterie boards wildly popular among home chefs and professional restaurateurs.

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Make it a Meal:

If you haven’t started meal planning yet, now is the time! You can easily plan your meals and let everyone in the family know what to expect!

Keep it simple, and you’ll love it!

Vegetable Side: Simple Carrot Salad

Starch Side: Crack Crescent Rolls Recipe

Refreshing Drink: Pineapple Mocktail

Don’t forget Dessert: Easter Bunny Cupcake Cake Recipe

Best Charcuterie Recipes:

Once you make this Easy Charcuterie Bunny Board Recipe, check out these other great recipes that you can make! They’re all focusing on snack boards and charcuterie boards and are themed!

Here are some of my favorites!

This Pretzel Charcuterie Board Recipe is full of crunchy and savory snacks! Perfect for game day.

Check out this Valentine Dessert Charcuterie Board. It’s great for sharing with your sweeties.

The kids will LOVE this After School Snack Board!

During spring, this Baseball Themed Charcuterie Board is the best!

Use any of these Snacks for Kids to build your DIY board at home.

You will enjoy making this Easter Candy Charcuterie Board for all the bunny fans.

Regarding snacking, this Chocolate Charcuterie Board hits all the cravings.

Can I make a charcuterie board in advance?

Making a charcuterie board in advance is a great way to save time during parties and busy holiday seasons.

With some simple preparation, you can make the charcuterie board up to a few days before having guests over.

The key to making a successful charcuterie board in advance is to select non-perishable items that maintain their flavor and texture throughout the day or two of cooling time.

Items like olives, pickles, assorted cheeses, fruits like apples and pears, smoked almonds, salami, and crackers are all excellent choices for an advanced charcuterie board.

Have fun with various colors and textures to create a unique display that will stand out at any gathering.

More Snack Recipes:

Bunny Charcuterie Board Recipe

Bunny Charcuterie Board Recipe

Yield: 12 servings
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

This simple bunny board is great for Easter snacks! Easy to make and full of yummy treats!


  • 1 - 8.8 ounce Brie Cheese Wheel
  • 1 - 8 ounce of Block of Cheddar Cheese
  • 6 Slices of Salami
  • 6 Strawberries
  • Grapes Green and Purple
  • Candied Peanuts
  • Mini Chocolate Eggs
  • Crackers


  1. Starting with your brie cheese wheel, place it on a piece of parchment paper and use your round cookie cutter to cut out a smaller circle. Put the smaller circle to the side to use later.
  2. Next, take the outer circle of the brie and cut it in half. Then cut it into two smaller pieces, about 3 inches when flattened, and place the rest to the side.
  3. -Line the two smaller strips up and cut the edges of the strips diagonally on both sides so they can look like bunny ears. If the bottom of the strips is uneven you can slice them across to make them even in length.
  4. Move your brie off the parchment paper and place them in a cool, dry place.
  5. Now place your block of cheddar cheese on the sheet of parchment paper. Cut your block in half.
  6. Cut one of the halves into thirds and then one into three cubes. Repeat this until all the rest of the cheddar cheese blocks are cubed. Save them for later.
  7. Using a clean sheet of parchment paper, grab your strawberries and cut them in half.
  8. Now take your salami and cut the slices in half. Move them to the side but make sure it's not in a cold place. The salami should stay at room temp or warm to make it easier to work with.
  9. Grab your clean cutting board and brie cheese pieces.
  10. Place the two bunny ear-shaped strips about an inch from the top of the cutting board, move them about a quarter inch apart, and then place the circle over the bottom of the strips.
  11. Next, get your salami halves on parchment paper or a cutting board. Fold the salami in half and press down on the fold. 
  12. Roll up the folded meat, turn it upside down, and tuck the end inside the hole. Turn the rolled salami over and squeeze the bottom to stay secure. 
  13. Place the meat on the cutting board about an inch under the bunny’s head and repeat the same steps until all the meat is rolled and bunched closely together.
  14. Bring your cheddar cheese, grapes, and strawberries close to your board 
  15. Put the cheddar cheese cubes closely around the meat. This will help the rolled meat stay in place. Also, put some extra cubes close to the bunny’s head.
  16. Now place your green grapes around the cheese cubes and the purple grapes around the green grapes. 
  17. Take two strawberry halves, and place them right below the bunny’s head on top of the cheddar cheese cubes. Turn the bottoms of them to face inward so they will look like a bowtie.
  18. Bring your mini chocolate eggs, candied peanuts, and crackers close to your board.
  19. Randomly place your mini chocolates and peanuts around the fruit and cheese.
  20. Next, take some of your crackers and layer them on top of each other one by one going in a circular motion in the upper corner of the board. 
  21. Use the extra pieces of brie you have left over to place around the grapes to emphasize the bunny’s body.
  22. Lastly, spread neatly throughout the board by using some of the extra mini chocolate eggs, candied nuts, strawberries, and grapes.


-Leave your extra crackers off the board for a neater look. Just replenish them after the initial crackers are eaten.

-In case of any allergies, leaving out the peanuts won’t affect the taste or look of the board. Substitutes like seeds or small pretzels can replace the crunch element.

-Make sure the salami is room temperature or a little warm, which helps the meat stay together after rolling and squeezing it.

-It's best to cut the cheese while it's a bit cool to have cleaner edges.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 173Total Fat: 14gSaturated Fat: 8gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 45mgSodium: 340mgCarbohydrates: 3gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 10g

This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix on 3/21/2023

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