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Easter Charcuterie Board Recipe

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Check out this delicious Easter Charcuterie Board Recipe! It’s one of those Easy Easter Recipes that will have everyone loving your plating skills. Snacking counts as a meal in my house – this recipe is perfect!

The best part about making a charcuterie board for Easter is that you can mix and match and make it unique. While I give the options below on how I made it feel free to change it up and have fun!

Making a snack board like this one is fun to do. Not only will it have you feeling creative and a bit like an artist, but it’s also a simple way to make a snack that gives everyone options.

Some people may only go for the meat and cheese, while others will grab those deviled eggs like they have their own Easter egg hunt!

Easter Charcuterie Board Recipe

Besides making the hard-boiled eggs for this recipe, it couldn’t be easier to put together. Something this delicious that takes no real cooking or prepping beyond a few steps is my kind of recipe.

My boys like helping to put this board together because they get to snack. I also think they like making the board look like they want it to because we all know that placement is the key to a good Easter snack board!

Just gather the simple ingredients list on the recipe card, and you’re well on your way to being done!

Why is it called a charcuterie board?

A charcuterie board is a type of appetizer or snack typically served before a meal that consists of an assortment or platter of different cured meats and is usually accompanied by various other accompaniments.

The word ‘charcuterie’ comes from the French term ‘chair cuit’ which basically means “cooked meat,” a reference to the curing or smoking meat products.

A charcuterie board can comprise several cured or smoked meats, such as sausages, hams, salamis, crackers, breads, and vegetables.

The charcuterie board has become very popular in recent decades, as it allows for an eclectic and flavorful mix of ingredients without lengthy preparation time in the kitchen.

As such, it has grown in popularity across many cultures and remains a favorite appetizer or small plate option at restaurants worldwide.

Specialty Ingredients:

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Reminder, not all ingredients in the Easter Snack Board Recipe 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:

I’ve been meal planning for years, and it’s one of my favorite things. Not only does it save me time and money, but it saves me from stressing out over what to make for dinner.

Vegetable Side: Simple Carrot Salad

Starch Side: Parmesan Steak Fries with Ranch

Refreshing Drink: Paloma Mocktail Recipe

Don’t forget Dessert: Easter Fudge with Jelly Beans

Best Charcuterie Recipes:

Once you make this Delicious and Easy Charcuterie Board Recipe, keep going with the snacks! You can easily make these options as other great snacks for the day.

Here are some of my favorite snack recipes that are great for sharing.

This Easter Candy Charcuterie Board is a great way to make a sweet treat charcuterie board!

Everyone will be talking about this Pretzel Charcuterie Board Recipe. Perfect for any time of year.

This Bloody Mary Charcturie Board is a simple way to enjoy good food!

Fill the kid’s belly with this Toddler Charcuterie Board recipe!

While this might not be a charcuterie board per se, you could use these Healthy Snacks for Kids and make one!

This Valentine Dessert Charcuterie Board is a fun way to share sweets with your sweetie.

Make this Chocolate Charcuterie Board when you are having a snack attack!

Over the past few years, charcuterie boards have become increasingly popular for gatherings of all kinds.

This can be attributed to their versatility, allowing people to customize a board depending on the occasion, and their aesthetic appeal, as they are visually unique and highly instagrammable.

Furthermore, charcuterie boards offer a creative way to serve food without cooking or baking anything.

Everyone from friends getting together for a night of board games to businesses hosting client meetings can benefit from having a charcuterie board put together, especially when it is filled with delicious local ingredients like cheeses, smoked meats, and other gourmet treats.

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Easter Charcuterie Board Recipe

Easter Charcuterie Board Recipe

Yield: 1 board
Prep Time: 35 minutes
Additional Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 50 minutes

This Easter Charcuterie Board is a fast and easy way to make a simple appetizer, starter, or meal.


  • 6 Hard Boiled Eggs
  • 1 tablespoon Sweet Pickle Relish
  • 1 1/4 tablespoon Mayonnaise
  • 3/4 tablespoon Mustard
  • Salt & Pepper to taste
  • Paprika to taste
  • 2 Lb Block of Mozzarella Cheese
  • 1 Pack of Cured Meat (I used Salami)
  • 1 Box of Cheddar and White Cheddar Bunny Crackers
  • 1 Pack Trail Mix contain cranberries, mangos, walnuts and almonds
  • 1 Pack of Mini Chocolate Eggs


    To make the Deviled Eggs

    1. Boil eggs for 10-12 mins with salt in the water.
    2. Remove eggs from the stove and place them in a bowl with ice-cold water to stop the cooking.
    3. While the eggs cool, grab your small bowls and add 1-2 drops of food gel to color them. If you want a deeper color, add 3-4 drops.
    4. Next, add cool water to the bowl and stir it until the gel has dissolved and the water is an entirely new color.  Ensure enough water covers all the eggs but does not spill over.
    5. Now peel the shell off your eggs and cut the boiled eggs in half using a knife.
    6. Use a spoon to scoop the egg yolks out of the eggs, place them in a bowl, and set them to the side.
    7. Place egg whites into the colored water and let it sit for 5-10 minutes, depending on the shade you want to reach.  
    8. Take the eggs out and drain them on paper towels cavity side down.
    9. Repeat the dipping steps for every color.
    10. Now grab your bowl of egg yolks and add mayo, mustard, relish, salt, pepper, paprika, and mix.
    11. Place the mix in a piping bag and Secure the end.
    12. Now gather your colorful egg whites and lay them cavity-side up on a flat surface.
    13. Cut a medium size hole on the tip of your piping bag and fill each egg cavity. If the egg whites are not dry, place the filling in the fridge until they are. You can sprinkle more paprika on top to give it a more flavor and fun look.
    14. Your eggs are done. Place them in the fridge for later.

    To make the Mozzarella Slices:

    1. Grab your block of mozzarella cheese and slice it about 1/4 inch thick. 
    2. Lay the slices flat and use your chick cookie cutter to cut out the chick shape in the mozzarella pieces. Place them on a plate for later when assembling the board.

    To make the Meat Rose:

    1. Grab your cured meat slices and drink a glass to make your rose.
    2. Start by folding 1 slice of meat over the rim of the glass, then lay another slice over the glass but make sure it overlaps the 1st slice of meat. You continue to fold and overlap the slices of meat over each other until you no longer see the opening of the glass. About 8 slices 
    3. Now turn the glass upside down on a flat surface and slowly lift it to release the flower.
    4. Now it's time to assemble the board. 

    To Assemble the Charcuterie Board:

    1. Make sure your board is clean and dry.
    2. Gather all the items you are going to put on the board. The Deviled eggs, Meat Rose, Mozzarella Slices, Crackers, Trail Mix, and Chocolate Eggs.
    3. Start by placing the rose in the middle of the board.
    4. Next, add the deviled eggs around the rose. You can make a fun pattern or randomly place them. Be creative.
    5. Add your mozzarella slices around the eggs and your bunny crackers in the open spaces.
    6. Lastly, spread your trail mix and mini chocolate eggs in any remaining tiny spaces. Be sure to leave some room on the edges of the board so you can transfer your board to its serving place without anything falling off.
    7. Place the board on a table.
    8. Serve and Enjoy.

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    Nutrition Information:
    Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
    Amount Per Serving: Calories: 356Total Fat: 25gSaturated Fat: 12gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 10gCholesterol: 159mgSodium: 619mgCarbohydrates: 11gFiber: 1gSugar: 7gProtein: 23g

    This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix on 2/21/2023

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    Allyson @ Southern Sunflowers

    Thursday 16th of March 2023

    I've never seen a charcuterie board specifically for Easter before. Great idea! I'm featuring you at the #HomeMattersParty tonight, Thursday 9pm est. Thanks for sharing!

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