Packed full of veggies and easy-to-make treats, this easy Spring Charcuterie Board is a great board for grazing and sharing. I love putting out this tasty board in spring and summer because it is packed with veggies and is so colorful. It’s easy to build, too, and you can mix and match with all your favorite veggies. Perfect before a meal or just for sharing over cocktails, this easy Spring Charcuterie Board is always appreciated!

an Easy Spring Charcuterie Board

Grazing boards like this one, are the perfect board for sharing with friends or family. This particular board is one of my favorites in the spring and summer when the sun is shining and the days are warmer. It features veggies and bites that are a bit lighter, so it makes a lovely light meal or a starter before Easter Dinner, a BBQ on the patio, or any other meal.

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Easy Spring Charcuterie Board

I keep my Big Board handy for weekend snacks and gatherings and love putting out a variety of tasty treats for my guests. Sometimes, guests bring a portion of the board, and we have fun building it together. Other times, I buy a variety of easy-to-prepare veggies and treats from the store and build the board that way. 

spring charcuterie

This easy Spring Charcuterie Board is built on the 26-inch Big Board, and will feed about 10-12 people. You could divide the ingredients in half and serve it on a smaller board or platter, too. 

Why I love this recipe

  • Using store-bought treats and prepared veggies helps to make this board quick and easy to assemble.
  • It’s light and tasty and can be a meal or a starter before a feast.
  • You can use your favorite dip for dipping all those yummy veggies into.
ingredients to make Spring Charcuterie Boards

Gather these ingredients

  • Radicchio – This is a vibrant red, bitter green and makes a pretty edible garnish.
  • Radishes – You can use any kind of radish.
  • Cherry tomatoes – Or grape tomatoes.
  • Carrots – Look for skinny, baby peeled carrots with the tops still on them or use bagged baby carrots.
  • Pickled green beans – You’ll find these in the pickle section of your grocery store. Drain them before using.
  • Mozzarella sticks – Buy cheese sticks to save time, or cut them yourself from a block of cheese.
  • Salami – Or prosciutto, sliced thinly from your deli counter.
  • Cocktail cucumbers – These are tiny cucumbers, or you can use thinly sliced English. 
  • Mini peppers – Leave some whole, and slice others in half.
  • Snap peas – Leave some whole and slice others in half. They look so pretty if you pull them apart along the seam to expose the baby peas inside.
  • Onion dip – Or use your favorite dip. See all my suggestions below.
how to make an Easy Spring Charcuterie Board

How to make this easy Spring Charcuterie Board

  1. Place a bowl of your favorite dip in the center of the board. Layer radicchio leaves around the bowl.
  2. Fill in spaces on the board with the vegetables, keeping them together.
  3. Wrap the mozzarella sticks with salami or prosciutto and place them on the board. I like cutting them in half first, so they’re more bite-sized.
  4. Fill in any empty spots with your veggies, then serve and enjoy!
cheese stick wrapped in meat

Dips for a vegetable charcuterie board

Don’t care for onion dip? Here are my favorite dips for this easy vegetable grazing board.

dipping veggies in dip

Tips & substitutions

  • Buy prepared vegetables as much as possible to cut down on prep time. 
  • Mix and match with your favorite veggies. You can also add fresh beans, celery sticks, broccoli or cauliflower florets, and zucchini slices, just to name a few.
  • When arranging your board, keep similar colored veggies apart so that your board has maximum eye appeal. 
  • Can’t decide on one dip? Put smaller bowls of 2-3 dips out on the board and get dunking!
a spring crudite

Serving suggestions

I love serving this easy Spring Charcuterie Board a few hours before family dinners and other special occasion meals. It gives everyone something to nibble on without filling them up. Besides, who doesn’t love vegetables and dip? Serve it before your Easter ham dinner, before burgers at a backyard BBQ, or anytime you want something a bit lighter to munch on.


Store any leftovers in their original packaging, and store the vegetables in a plastic zipper top bag or airtight container in the fridge for 3-4 days.

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Easy Spring Charcuterie Board

Loaded with spring vegetables, tasty meat and cheese, and more, this easy Spring Charcuterie Board is the perfect grazing board! Made on the 26-inch BIG BOARD. Feeds about 10-12.
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Yield: 10
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  • Radicchio
  • Radishes
  • Cherry or grape tomatoes
  • Carrots, skinny, baby, leave stems on
  • Pickled green beans, found in the pickle section of grocery store
  • Mozzarella sticks
  • Salami or prosciutto
  • Cocktail cucumbers, or English, thinly sliced
  • Mini peppers, slice some in half
  • Snap peas, slice some in half
  • Onion dip or favorite dip, spinach, artichoke, hummus, salsa


  • On a large board, place a bowl of your favorite dip in the center. Layer leaves of radicchio around the board. Start filling in the spaces with each vegetable.
  • Wrap the mozzarella sticks with hard meat, such as salami or prosciutto. Optional to cut in half for small bites.
  • Arrange by different colors to make the platter as beautiful as you can!
  • Serve and enjoy!
Cuisine: American
Course: Appetizer
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Easy Spring Charcuterie Board