Fall Charcuterie Board

by Erin

No one can resist a good snack board, and this fall charcuterie board is no exception. Filled with fall favorites such as apples, pears, caramel, and pecans.

Fall Charcuterie Board
This content was created using complimentary products from Melissa’s Produce, Narin’s, and Millican Pecan. I was not otherwise compensated and all thoughts/opinions are my own.

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Yesterday I gave you the recipe for an apple cider spiced caramel apple dip, and today is the whole fall themed charcuterie to pair with it! The best thing about charcuterie is that you can really make it your own, incorporating your favorite pairs. But first let’s talk tools for assembly.

Charcuterie Board Tools

You don’t need fancy equipment to make a gorgeous spread. You can even serve them directly off a clean kitchen counter. Here are some tools that make displaying and serving easier.

  • Serving board – a board with a rim will help contain everything but a cutting board, rimmed baking sheet, or serving platter will work. Or get creative and use a bunch of smaller plates or a clean countertop (I used a marble pastry board).
  • Serving utensils – you can use bust out the cheese serving knives and forks or use everyday silverware to serve.
  • Small bowlsRamekins or any small dishes work well for liquid/wet components such as jam, honey, pickled items, etc.
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As for the components, you can use the usual suspects but maybe try picking items with nutty, herbal, or spiced flavors and include seasonal fruits.

What’s on a Fall Charcuterie Board?

  • Cheese – Spreadable cheese such as goat cheese, flavored cream cheese, or a cheese ball (I used a cranberry-cinnamon goat cheese), a soft cheese like brie or mozzarella (I used blue cheese to pair with pears), and a hard cheese like sharp white cheddar (I used Manchego cause of its’s nutty flavor and pairs well with fruit and a sharp cheddar).
  • Fruit – Seasonal favorites such as apples, pears, and grapes.
  • Meat – Hard and soft cured meats such as salami and prosciutto.
  • Pickled items – Olives are a popular choice but any pickled items could work.
  • Dips or jams – Add dips, sauces, or jams that compliment your other components (I went with caramel dip and pecan butter).
  • Crackers – Any type of cracker or toasted bread. Don’t have room? Serve them on the side.
  • Nuts – Whether they are roasted, raw, or spiced, nuts are a great way to add texture to your pairings and also fill up small spaces.
Fall Charcuterie Board w/ Caramel Apple Dip

For my fall charcuterie board, I used fuji apples, bartlett pears, red grapes and fresh rosemary from Melissa’s Produce, Millican pecans and pecan butter, Nairn’s oat crackers, and of course the apple cider caramel dip (made with Dixie Crystals, Republic of Tea, Taylor & Colledge). Paired with those items I added blue cheese, cranberry-cinnamon goat cheese, Manchego, sharp cheddar, fennel salami, prosciutto, and Kalamata olives.

After your eyes are done feasting on this board, remember there is plenty more where that came from. Scroll down to see the other recipes shared today for #FallFlavors week and be sure to enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post.

Check out my other creations including a BBQ pork charcuterie and a dessert peanut butter & chocolate version!

Fall Charcuterie Board with Nairns Oat Cakes

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Fall Charcuterie Board

FALL CHARCUTERIE BOARD

No one can resist a good snack board, and this fall charcuterie board is no exception. Filled with fall favorites such as apples, pears, caramel, and pecans. Appetizers & Snacks fall charcuterie, fall charcuterie board European Print This
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Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 5.0/5
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Ingredients

  • Pecan butter
  • Caramel dip
  • Sharp cheddar
  • Cranberry cinnamon coated goat cheese
  • Manchego
  • Sliced apples
  • Sliced pears
  • Red grapes
  • Kalamata olives
  • Blue cheese
  • Cured salami
  • Prosciutto
  • Crackers
  • Pecans
  • Fresh rosemary, for garnish

Directions

  1. Place condiments, either in original containers or in a ramekin, spaced out on the boars.
  2. Pre-slice hard cheeses and cut a few wedges into the soft ones. Arrange cheeses around the condiments that pairs well (e.g. apples with caramel dip). 
  3. Arrange fruit with condiments/cheeses they pair well with.
  4. Nestle olives in a dish.
  5. Fold meat in a variety of patterns onto the board. 
  6. Arrange crackers in remaining spaces.
  7. Cover any holes with pecans and rosemary springs.

Source: The Spiffy Cookie original (but obviously inspired by everywhere)

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Welcome to #FallFlavors where more than 25 food bloggers are sharing recipes with favorite Fall flavors. Our sponsors, Millican Pecan, Dixie Crystals, Melissa’s Produce, Taylor & Colledge, Nairn’s, and Republic of Tea, have furnished participating bloggers with complimentary product to use in their recipe creations that they will be sharing this week. These same sponsors have generously offered prizes for our giveaway so be sure to enter and share with your friends so they can enter too. Be sure to follow our Fall Flavors Pinterest account for more inspiration.

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