This post shows you how to make a Fall Charcuterie Board Recipe, with a variety of Roth cheeses and seasonal fresh fruit. This post is sponsored by Roth Cheese.

a round cheese board, holding a package of Grand Cru cheese

Friends, ’tis the season for small gatherings and cheese boards! But first, I’m taking in the cooler weather, gorgeous fall colors, fresh air and exercise, and planning good meals with the family.

Fall Charcuterie Board Recipe

The home front is where we often have Friday night cheese boards for friends or out of town company! Recently we made a Fall Charcuterie Board Recipe together, and it was a blast!

woman holding a round epic fall cheese board

Cheese boards are easy, the creativity is up to you (and what’s stocked in your pantry and fridge), and of course, use what’s in season!

We’ve really been enjoying Roth Cheese, and today the main cheese that we love is Grand Cru.

Roth Cheese (made in Wisconsin with milk from local family farms), is available nationwide. It’s made with good ingredients, and is so tasty good!

beautifull fall cheese board with Roth cheese

Ingredients for a fall charcuterie

  • Figs, red grapes, apples, pears, berries, plumcot (or stoned fruit)
  • Roth Cheese (Grand Cru, Buttermilk Blue, Smoked Gouda)
  • Chocolate hazelnut spread
  • Dark chocolate covered pretzels, cocoa truffles, dark chocolate bar, dark chocolate covered almonds
  • Baguette
  • Oat rosemary raisin crackers, rosemary crostini rustic crackers (or favorite crackers)
  • Rosemary marcona almonds
  • Cured meats

Grand Cru Cheese

Grand Cru is their signature Alpine-style cheese, made with the freshest milk, in imported copper vats and aged 4+ months in their cellars.

The flavors are nutty, slightly floral and mellow, a one-of-a-kind cheese that also melts beautifully (think mac & cheese).

holdling a cracker with salami, Grand Cru cheese, and a nectarine

What to pair with Grand Cru

Since the Grand Cru has light floral notes, we paired it on the cheese board with pears, apples, and figs.

Roth cheese, 3 varieties

Check out the packaging

Roth Cheese has serving and pairing ideas on each label, helping you be a better cheese buyer and consumer.

I love how it gives three simple tips!

a round fall charcuterie board with cheese, crackers, meat, and fruit

Tips to make the perfect board

  1. How many people are you serving? We recommend budgeting for 4oz per person
  2. What cheese are you featuring? I always love to have one or two varieties. Leave the packaging on until right before serving. Guests can take a peek at the packaging, etc. I’m a visual person, so I really like to see this.
  3. What pairs with these cheeses? Do your research for each variety. With Roth Cheese, they include serving and pairing ideas on each label, helping you be a better cheese buyer and consumer. Buy your cheese, HERE.
  4. Make sure you serve sturdy crackers. There’s nothing worse than a cracker that breaks and is too thin. Also, a baguette loaf is a nice addition to a charcuterie board, if you don’t want to serve crackers. Or, serve both.
  5. Chocolate also pairs very well with cheese and fruit!
  6. Place the cheese on the board first, and start building around it.

Grand Cru cheese board

Of course, fall is in the air, so ENJOY the best charcuterie board with your loved ones, neighbors, and friends. Also, stretch yourself a bit and invite someone new!

This is the best kind of hospitality and everyone loves a good cheese board!

More fall recipes:

Fall Mini Pie Dessert Board

Fall French Toast Breakfast Board

The Big Board

Oh, and the size of board in this post? It’s 24-inches (no longer in stock).

Check out my new boards, 2 epic sizes! Order now for the holidays!

  • Food safe
  • 20 inch
  • 26 inch
  • Made in the USA
  • Undercut handles

They are beautiful! Buy them, here.

woman holding a round epic fall cheese board
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Fall Charcuterie Board Recipe

Ingredients

  • 10 oz figs
  • Red grapes
  • 1 Honeycrisp apple
  • 1 Bartlett pear
  • Roth Cheese, Grand Cru
  • Roth Cheese, Buttermilk Blue
  • Roth Cheese, Smoked Gouda
  • 1/2 c chocolate hazelnut spread
  • 12 oz dark chocolate covered pretzels
  • 1 small baguette, sliced
  • 8 oz blackberries
  • 1 plumcot or other stone fruit
  • 1 package oat rosemary raisin crackers
  • 1 c rosemary marcona almonds
  • 8 oz cocoa truffles
  • 3.5 oz dark chocolate bar
  • 10 oz dark chocolate covered almonds
  • 4 oz rosemary crostini rustic crackers
  • 6 oz cured meats

Instructions

  • On a large prepared board, place the 2 cheeses in the center.
  • Place the chocolate almonds, truffles, and marcona almonds in small bowls on the board. Fill another small bowl with hazelnut spread.
  • Arrange the rest of the foods around the cheese and bowls on the board. Leave a whole apple, pear, or plumcot (or stoned fruit like a peach) for a beautiful garnish!
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woman in a blue blouse holding a big round fall charcuterie board

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