Grilled Tomatoes Charcuterie Board

Make a Grilled Tomatoes Charcuterie Board for summer hosting. Add your favorite cheese and meat, with grilled heirloom tomatoes, along with fruit and nuts. 

Friends, just in time for the weekend, here’s a very simple Grilled Tomatoes Charcuterie Board to make if you are hosting! Maybe you’ll be serving this with my Grilled Corn Bratwurst Dinner Board (casual and yummy!)

Grilled Tomatoes Charcuterie Board

What I love about summer entertaining is all the fresh produce, and right now you can get beautiful tomatoes! Perfect for grilling and making a beautiful charcuterie board! Looking for a Meat Cheese Olive Charcuterie Board, you can watch the video!

Charcuterie board

Think outside the box and grill any veggies to add to a charcuterie. [Remember to follow all of my charcuterie/cheese board ideas!]

How to grill tomatoes

  1. Lay the tomato slices on a plate and drizzle with olive oil; add salt, and pepper. Turn them over so they are oiled on both sides. TIP: You can also use cooking spray.
  2. Heat your grill to hot, and place tomato slices on hot grill for about 4 minutes. Flip using tongs or a spatula. Cook for another 3 or 4 minutes.

It’s that easy!

The smoky char of the grill adds delicious flavor!

Add to bread with meats and cheese … makes tasty little bites (or sandwiches).

What we learn in the morning …

I love morning times, because they are quiet, introspective, prayerful–-I’m listening. It’s the best time for soul work, to read, pray, head out for a long walk, and to be open and willing for whatever the day may bring.

I feel that it’s a small window to be open for change. Not that change can’t happen throughout the day. There’s just something about silence that forces you to listen.

Change can bring all sorts of emotions. It can be soul work that happens right then, being willing to do things differently, or outside of your comfort zone, to have that uncomfortable conversation with that person, or to be willing to receive it.

Change involves courage

Change can mean moving forward and not looking back—it involves courage and being brave and honest.

For me, a few years ago, when we entertained the thought of downsizing and moving toward a simpler, quieter lifestyle, it began a ripple effect. A friend reminded me that our move was not “crazy,” but “brave.” Indeed, that proved true.

Now, three years later, I see where our lives were stretched to move and try something new. Moving forward in life meant and means today that we are continually changing, growing, finding goodness, being brave, and moving toward wholeness. It means showing up.

We’re not just sitting back, inviting the same people to our table, again and again. But we’re reaching out, meeting new people, and welcoming others. We’re eating together and listening to their stories. Definitely hosting requires sharing.

And sharing involves courage.

So what we learn in the morning, we can chew on throughout the day, and then bring it to life.

For me, it’s around the table. With others. Sharing a simple meal.

Serve a Grilled Tomatoes Charcuterie Board for an appetizer, or a simple meal.

Delicious paired with Slow Cooker Barbecue Chuck Roast Sandwiches or Thai Red Curry Peanut Sloppy Joes!

Ask your guests to bring a salad, and you have a tasty summer meal!

ENJOY!

Ps. Here’s a Mini Deli Sandwich Charcuterie Board, super fun for back to school!

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Grilled Tomatoes Charcuterie Board

Makes tasty little bites or sandwiches!
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time25 mins
Course: Appetizer
Keyword: charcuterie, charcuterie board

Ingredients

  • 3 large tomatoes grilled
  • Olive oil
  • Sea salt
  • 6 oz. prosciutto and salami slices
  • 1/2 wedge brie cheese
  • Mozzarella balls
  • 1/2 loaf French bread toasted
  • 12 blackberries
  • Whole cashews
  • Chocolate covered nuts almonds
  • Basil leaves

Instructions

  • Lay the tomato slices on a plate and drizzle with olive oil; add salt, and pepper. Turn them over so they are oiled on both sides. TIP: You can also use cooking spray.
  • Heat your grill to hot, and place tomato slices on hot grill for about 4 minutes. Flip using tongs or a spatula. Cook for another 3 or 4 minutes.
  • On a small tray or wood board, lay down the cheese, meats, tomatoes, berries, nuts, and crostini.
  • Garnish with fresh basil and serve!

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