Fourth of July Charcuterie Board is perfect for hosting! Add patriotic colored foods, like watermelon, salami, cherries, and M&M’s. ENJOY!

Friends, as we’ve slidden right into summer (wow, I can’t believe the beautiful weather we are having), I can’t help but think about hosting on our deck, for holidays, and just being with family and friends. What better way to celebrate summer and patriotism than with a patriotic themed charcuterie board!

Fourth of July Charcuterie Board

Summertime is the happiest season of all (in my opinion). Even better with this Fourth of July Charcuterie Board! Here’s a few more 4th of July recipes to try: 4th of July Tie-Dyed Fudge [Taste n’ Tell], and Best Strawberry Trifle with fresh blueberries and Fourth of July Fruit Berry Platter. Plus more The Big Board ideas + boards to buy!

How to make a patriotic charcuterie board

Of course I love July 4th and making a patriotic cheese board. There are NO RULES for dinner boards or charcuterie boards. Use what you have, be creative and have fun, are my rules. [A true “charcuterie” means cured meats and cheese.]

How to serve a Fourth of July Charcuterie Board

Do you want to host a snacking party? I think that is such a fun idea, but in reality, this is just a great Fourth of July appetizer plate! Everyone can reach in and grab their own snacks. 

Set it out, they will come! You can serve this with a stack of small plates and napkins.

4th of July Patriotic Board Ingredients

This time for this Fourth of July Charcuterie Board, I used fresh fruits, red, white, and blue M&Ms, and salami cheese sticks.

Chips and salsa. Ranch and fresh veggies.

Fill in the open areas with your favorite crackers, flavored or plain nuts, and more fresh fruit.

I bought my board at Pier 1, which is no longer available! Grab the link below to buy my new line BIG BOARD in 4 epic sizes (with a lip so the food stays on the board).

Set the table red, white and blue

Create a memorable gathering with a simple style. Want a no-fuss centerpiece? Especially this time of year, I set out my favorite plant (it came in this pot).

Chances are you already have items hiding in the house, right?

This denim tablecloth is from IKEA this year, and I grabbed another container for forks and napkins.

Keep it casual, friends!

Set out drinks and cups and you’ve got a snacking party!

The Big Board

Friends, The Big Board is here! Yes, I’ve partnered with JK Adams, the premier woodmaking company in Vermont, with my own line of RE boards!

  • 20-inch
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  • 23-inch Lazy Susan
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  • Made in the USA
  • Undercut handles (a unique design)

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Happy hosting!

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Fourth of July Charcuterie Board

Make with red, white and blue colors in mind!

Ingredients

  • 2 6.8 oz boxes Milton’s Crispy Sea Salt Crackers
  • 1 8 oz bag blue corn tortilla chips
  • 1 lb pkg Pepperoni, hard salami, prosciutto wrapped mozzarella cheese sticks
  • 1 3 oz pkg prosciutto
  • Slices of swiss or white cheese
  • 1 16 oz mild salsa
  • Watermelon
  • Strawberries
  • Grapes, optional
  • Blackberries
  • Blueberries
  • Cherries
  • Snap peas
  • Sliced cucumber
  • Baby radishes
  • Ranch dip
  • Red, white, blue M&Ms
  • Favorite nuts, we used Beer Nuts

Instructions

  • Prepare a large platter or tray or board. (If not food safe, line with parchment paper, or make sure the board is seasoned).
  • In small bowls, add the fruit, salsa, candy, and dip.
  • Arrange food on the board and serve!
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