This beautiful, vibrant mouthwatering Eat the Rainbow Charcuterie Board is full of fruit, cheese, meats, olives, crackers, and more! Grab the shopping list!

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Friends, eat the rainbow with this delicious charcuterie board — with lots of delicious combinations and bites to enjoy!

I love that a board has a little something for everyone in my family to love and eat. [Print out the recipe and shopping list below!]

a round board filled with charcuterie and cheese foods

Eat the Rainbow Charcuterie Board

We served this board awhile back (right before social distancing began). I call it my Eat the Rainbow Charcuterie Board, because I think it’s one of the most vibrant, colorful boards that I have made.

an epic round board filled with colorful foods

Food is so beautiful…..

I’m sad to say the large Pier One boards have been been sold out, but GUESS WHAT?

I have some good news coming soon for some other board options, so stayed tuned. I’m really excited about it. For now, visit The Big Board page for more inspiration!

looking down on a big round wood board filled with "rainbow" colored foods and charcuterie

Ingredients for charcuterie board

Give your plate, board, or tray a colorful, cheery upgrade with these yummy ingredients:

  • 3 kinds of cheese (we used Satori Bellavitano Chipotle Cheese, Boursin cheese, Oregonzola cheese)
  • Salami (to make salami flowers)
  • Hope Cashew Dip
  • Pesto (optional)
  • Pistachios
  • Crafted Gourmet Almonds
  • Lesley Stowe Raincoast Crisps
  • Effie’s Oatcakes
  • Orange Pepperazzi Peppers
  • Black olives
  • Oranges
  • Blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries
  • Fresh basil
  • Edible flowers

woman holding a big board of charcuterie with colorful foods

My friend shared this quote this week and I thought about it a lot.

“Where you spend your attention is where you spend your life.” ― James Clear

hand reaching into almond bowl on a beautiful colorful charcuterie

Wow, isn’t this so true? Especially in these turbulent times … how do we start off our days? Who or what do we spend time with? Where do we put our attention and thoughts? How much time do we devote to prayer?

How do we live our lives?

Life in this world is hard, but that is why we need a community of love.

close up "eat the rainbow" colorful charcuterie

Being together with friends, family, and eating together is essential in our lives right now. Part of our budget each month is buying food to have people over. It’s an investment in relationships.

This is one way we choose to live our life!

woman holding a round charcuterie board with colorful foods

More boards to try:

Summer Caprese Slider Board

Bowtie Italian Pasta Salad in Jars

Epic Vegan Charcuterie Board

Italian Bread Dipping Oil Charcuterie Board

How to build a firstclass Charcuterie Board – love these illustrations!

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Eat the Rainbow Charcuterie Board

Ingredients

  • 3 kinds of cheese, we used Satori Bellavitano Chipotle Cheese, Boursin cheese, Oregonzola cheese
  • Salami, to make salami flowers
  • Hope Cashew Dip
  • Pesto, optional
  • Pistachios
  • Almonds
  • Lesley Stowe Raincoast Crisps
  • Effie’s Oatcakes
  • Orange Pepperazzi Peppers
  • Black olives
  • Oranges
  • Blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries
  • Fresh basil
  • Edible flowers

Instructions

  • On a large round bowl arrange the crackers on the outside. In the center put bowls of dips and nuts.
  • Lay down the 2 cheeses and fill in the open areas with fruit, salami, and peppers.
  • Garnish with fresh flowers and basil and serve!
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woman holding a big board wil colorful snacks

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