There is nothing better than arriving at a party and seeing all the snacks. Impress your guests (or be the guest of honor) by creating one of these Christmas charcuterie boards for your upcoming holiday party.
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Christmas Charcuterie Board Ideas
If you’re looking for Christmas charcuterie boards for the upcoming holidays, I got you covered.
Whether it’s for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, a holiday party with friends, or a night on the sofa with your partner – you’re going to love how delicious they are.
I mean, it’s essentially a fancy Lunchable, am I right?
What to make a charcuterie board on?
You want a base that won’t absorb the liquids, jams, etc. Here are some ideas:
Non pourous wood
Plastic (you can find BPA free options that look really pretty (or that look like wood or marble if you’re on a budget). My mom actually made one on a really nice platter from the dollar store before.
Large cutting boards
Transporting the charcuterie board?
Make it in a collapsible box. That way it says together, but you can lay it flat and make any adjustments needed once you get there.
If you want some easy charcuterie board supplies, I have compiled a list here:
Christmas Charcuterie Board Bases
You’ll love these bases I found for your Christmas themed charcuterie board.
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