Calling all lovebirds! This Valentine Charcuterie Board for Two is the perfect way to snuggle up and celebrate Valentine’s Day at home. This is such a fun snack tray for couples so all the flavors and tastes can be easily shared. Make certain to check out our other Valentine’s Day recipes, too.
Plus, this means that no one has to cook! This meat and cheese tray for Valentines Day means that you’ll actually be chowing down on healthy snacks and filling your tummies with good food. If you can grab a heart shaped cookie cutter and make as many heart shapes as possible, that would just add so much fun as well!
Once you realize how easy it is to make a Charcuterie board, you’re going to tweak the ingredients to make this all the time. It’s just that simple, and tasty to make!
So many great recipes for Valentine’s Day!
Valentine Charcuterie Board for Two
The great part about this simple recipe is that there isn’t any cooking at all. Everything just requires you to place it on the board in a beautiful manner so that it has a pretty presentation for all.
Even though this tends to be a bit fancy, it can literally be served up at any point in time. My boys love when I make up this fancy board because it gives them so many delicious ingredients to try.
What else can you use this board for?
A food board like this is great for game day fun, holidays, parties, and just a snacking fun weekend at home.
Since there is no cooking involved, it’s easy to be casual with enjoying it.
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Make it a Meal:
Meal planning isn’t hard and it’s actually one of my favorite things to do. You can easily plan for the week or day with a simple meal plan, just like my example below!
Vegetable Side: Simple Carrot Salad
Starch Side: Oven Sweet Potato Steak Fries Recipe
Refreshing Drink: Easy Mint Julep Mocktail Recipe
Don’t forget Dessert: Strawberry Valentine Cupcakes Recipe
Best Snack Food Recipes:
Once you make this Snack Board Recipe, you’re going to love how simple and easy it was to make. The good news is that you can easily make this over and over again. While it’s perfect for Valentine’s Day, it’s great for other celebrations and holidays, too. I’ve gathered up some great recipes for party trays at home.
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Afternoon snacks are fast, simple, and a great way to feed the kids!
What else can you add to this meat and cheese board?
Really anything that you want. Dried fruit, chocolate-covered strawberries, and even some pita chips and dip can all be easily added.
More Meat and Cheese Recipes:
- Meat and Cheese Plate Ideas
- Slow Cooker Chicken and Cheese
- Over 30 Sweet and Savory Popular Dip Recipes
Valentine Charcuterie Board for Two
This Valentine Charcuterie Board for Two couldn't be more simple to make!
- Spicy salami
- Feta Cheese
- Goat Cheese
- Cheddar Cheese (or any cheese you'd like)
- Crackers (all types)
- Red M&Ms
- Add all to the platter/board and enjoy.
Do you have a special someone that you’re going to share this Valentine’s Day charcuterie board with?