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Chocolate Charcuterie Board

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Why should we leave all of the Charcuterie fun to just meat and cheese? This Chocolate Charcuterie Board is next level. It is the perfect balance between sweet and savory tastes and is perfect as a dessert, or just when you want something a little indulgent. Filled with wonderful cheeses and tasty chocolate treats, you are going to love this Chocolate Charcuterie Board.

Easy Homemade Valentines Desserts like this are so much fun to make!

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Be sure to check out my Easy Homemade Snack Recipes for more tasty ideas.

There is no right or wrong way to present your charcuterie board, and this Chocolate version is no exception. You can space out the different elements however you wish. Cheese’s on one side, chocolate treats on the other.

There is something for everyone on this Chocolate Charcuterie board and it will delight the ones who love a savory dish as much as the sweet-toothed amongst us.

Chocolate Charcuterie Board

When it comes to putting together your Chocolate Charcuterie Board you need to make sure that you present it so that every element can be seen. A space for the crumbly blue cheese and for the chocolate-covered pretzels. But how you do it is up to you.

It is one of the easiest desserts you could make, and in truth, it is going to please everyone. My boys love it when I put this on the table after a hearty main meal. It isn’t heavy, you can pick the flavors and things you want to eat, and even though it looks like a lot, everyone is always satisfied and there isn’t much left at the end.

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What else can I add to the Chocolate Charcuterie Board?

The fun thing about creating a chocolate charcuterie board is that there are so many tasty treats you can add to it. You could add puppy chow, popcorn (sweet and savory), brownie bites, and even some salted crackers. Another great addition would be to add salted caramels or salted potato chips.

You could also add different cheeses if you wanted to and some of the things you may add to a traditional Charcuterie Board. It is up to you to get creative and add the things you love to it. There is no right or wrong answer here!

Specialty Ingredients:

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Reminder, not all ingredients in the Chocolate Charcuterie Board are linked above, just the ones that may be a bit difficult to find or that you might be unsure of what to look for

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Make it a Meal:

If you’re thinking that meal planning is tough – It isn’t.  I love to meal plan for the week and plan out the meals for everyone to be on the same page and not ask me a zillion times about what is for lunch or dinner. It can be as simple as laying out a framework like the one below!

Main Dish: Pork Enchilada Casserole

Vegetable Side: Asparagus on George Foreman Grill

Starch Side: Parmesan Steak Fries with Ranch

Refreshing Drink: Fast and Easy Toxic Waste Mocktail Recipe

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Best Charcuterie Recipes:

Once you make this Simple Chocolate Charcuterie Board Recipe, you’re going to want all the fun snack boards! I just can’t get enough of them and I’ve gathered up some of my favorites to share with you! You’re going to love this simple list of recipes!

Make this patriotic charcuterie board for the 4th of July snacking!

Talk about the perfect couple’s charcuterie for celebrating Valentine’s Day!

Check out all the info about these cheese boards so you know what to buy.

Make this hot cocoa charcuterie board during the winter months!

This chicken wing charcuterie board is great for sports parties and sports fans!

I love making this traditional charcuterie board as a fast and easy snack.

Check out these other meat and cheese board ideas that kids and adults will love.

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How long does it take to put together a charcuterie board?

It literally takes minutes. (besides the time that you’re spent shopping at the store) You just grab the ingredients that you need and position them. It is as simple as that. Perfect for a last-minute crowd-pleaser when you need one!

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Chocolate Charcuterie Board

Chocolate Charcuterie Board

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 200g of Goat Cheese
  • 200g of Blue cheese, crumbled
  • 300g of Applewood Cheddar
  • 2 cups of Purple Grapes
  • Blue Diamond Grower's Pecan Nut Thins
  • Prana Organic Chocolaty Bark
  • Gluten-Free Rice Crackers
  • Chocolate Crescents (Pain au Chocolate)
  • Chocolate-covered pretzels
  • Chocolate-covered Almonds
  • Dried Apricots
  • Almonds, roasted


    1. Place the cheeses in a triangle formation along the edges of the cheeseboard. If desired, cut or crumble a bit of the cheese.
    2. Clean and place the grapes in the center of the cheeseboard.
    3. Arrange the crackers in a triangle formation, similar to how you placed the cheeses - spacing equal distance apart.
    4. Fill in large gaps with the chocolate bark and chocolate-covered pretzels.
    5. Fill in smaller gaps with chocolate-covered almonds, plain almonds, and dried apricots.

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