Apple Wedge Salad Board Recipe, all the fresh, delicious ingredients to make a wedge salad with slices of apple! Serve on a board with toppings and your favorite dressing!

Happy Monday! Here’s a fun hosting idea for a luncheon!

If you’re like us, you might have the winter blues, so maybe asking a few friends over for lunch and serving this Apple Wedge Salad Board Recipe might perk you up a bit :) 

Last weekend I went home to Medford, and enjoyed a fun birthday celebration with my dad and family! 

We cooked together our family Fleischkuekle recipe!

So good to be together for family celebrations, especially when your dad turns 83! I’m grateful for the cozy time together!

Apple Wedge Salad Board

This Apple Wedge Salad Board, we served this a couple of months ago (at our old house), and it was a PARTY HIT.

As I always say, boards are a great idea for bringing people together. They are a casual way to serve food, and also, I might say, a very pretty way.

Food is art, right?

It not only tastes good, but it’s beautiful, and it’s even better when we share it with others.

As I always say here on RE, soul food is the best.


This Apple Wedge Salad Board we served a month ago when we were living in our old house. It’s a great idea for a luncheon, or even a potluck salad dish.

Apple Wedge Board Ingredients

  • Iceberg lettuce
  • Apple slices
  • Bacon, blue cheese, walnuts, and feta cheese
  • Chopped bacon
  • Mandarin oranges (canned), fresh blueberries, and tomatoes
  • Favorite dressings, like Thousand Island or Honey Dijon Vinaigrette
  • Red grapes
  • Parsley and lemon slices for garnish

More lunch ideas:

Best Tuna Sandwich Board

3 fun lunch box ideas with cheese

Shrimp Wedge Salad Charcuterie

Grilled Cheese Tomato Soup Board

Happy hosting!

28-inch Charcuterie Board

Friends, here are the boards that I LOVE. A “lip” is the secret to the best charcuterie or dinner board, because the food does not fall off. [This post has affiliate links. Every purchase from these links supports RE at no extra cost to you. Thank you!]

Here are the affiliate links:

LARGE Hand-Carved Gabrielle Tray, Large – 28.5 inches round.

LARGE Hand-Carved Gabrielle Tray (gray) – 24 inches round.

MEDIUM Hand-Carved Vine Round Tray (white washed)

SMALL Hand-Carved Gabrielle Tray (gray) – 18 inches.

Rememember it says it is “not food safe,” so you need to prepare the board by either laying down parchment paper under the food, or you can “season” it like we did.

How to season a Charcuterie Board

If a wood board says it “not food safe,” you can lightly sand it down with sand paper, and rub down with beeswax and mineral oil.

Follow along how to season a charcuterie board for the details, but we used this butcher block and cutting board oil conditioner after we lightly sanded the board down.

a large oval white serving tray

Everyday Enamelware Serving Tray

Today I’m using an Everyday Enamelware Serving Tray by LeCreuset!

It has a porcelain enamel durable coating, easy to clean, it’s shatterproof, and resistant to stains, scratches and rust. YAY!

It’s also lightweight and versatile, and I LOVE IT.

Did I mention, it’s food safe?

Use it for a tray to carry food or glasses to your deck, or as a food board!

You can buy the Everyday Enamelware Serving Tray by LeCreuset, HERE.

I also found this on Amazon, a LARGE charcuterie board, but it doesn’t have a lip. This Pine Extra Large Charcuterie Board is 22 inches round.

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Apple Wedge Salad Board Recipe


  • 3 heads iceberg lettuce, cut into quarters
  • 1 c cooked bacon, chopped
  • 1 Honey Crisp or Pink Lady apple, sliced
  • 1/2 c blue cheese, crumbles
  • 1/2 c candied walnuts
  • 1 c canned mandarin oranges, drained
  • 1/2 c feta, crumbled
  • 1 c fresh blueberries
  • 1 c cherry tomatoes
  • 1 c sliced red grapes
  • 1 c Thousand Island dressing
  • 1 c Honey Dijon Vinaigrette
  • 1 lemon to garnish
  • parsley to garnish


  • On a prepared board, arrange the 2 salad dressings in small bowls.
  • Cut the iceberg lettuce into wedges (either 4 or 6 per head of lettuce, depending on the size). Arrange around the outside of the board.
  • Fill in the open areas with the remaining ingredients and serve!
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