This post shows how to make a Christmas Charcuterie Board with red and green food! Cut of the tops of red and green peppers for the dip!

Christmas Cheese Board

Friends, it’s Christmas Eve, one of my favorite days of the year. You, too? Serve a Christmas Red & Green Charcuterie Board for snacks on Christmas Eve, or an appetizer before the big Christmas dinner.

How to make a Christmas Charcuterie Board

This post shows you how to make a Christmas Charcuterie Board with red and green peppers. So easy, we put this together in minutes! You can watch my fast speed video, here, to see how it’s done. Or, maybe you’re making this Christmas Charcuterie Tree Board – fun!

How to make a Christmas Charcuterie Board

So festive!

Ingredients for a red and green Christmas charcuterie board

  • Red bell pepper
  • Green bell pepper
  • Artichoke Dip + Bitchin’ Sauce (dip) or your favorite dip
  • Clump red grapes (you can also use green)
  • Green olives
  • Red Peppadew peppers
  • Blue cheese
  • Soft Brie cheese
  • White cheese curds
  • Red wine cheese
  • Cucumber
  • Variety of crackers
  • Salami
  • Pistachios (shelled and unshelled)
  • A lot of rosemary

red and green bell peppers on charcuterie

How to put a charcuterie board together

For this festive board, start with the green and red peppers. Slice the top off and fill with the two kinds of dip. Set in the center of the board.

Next, place the rosemary around the outside.

Then start filling in the open space with all the red and green foods!

woman holding a Christmas charcuterie board

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Christmas Charcuterie Board

Here are some more festive boards to make this next week:

Last Minute Christmas Dessert Board

Here’s another beautiful Christmas Wreath Charcuterie

Best Taco Dip Board

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Christmas Charcuterie Board
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How to make a Christmas Charcuterie Board

Made on the 20-inch Big Board
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 15 mins
Yield: 8

Ingredients
 

  • 1 red bell pepper
  • 1 green bell pepper
  • Artichoke Dip + Bitchin’ Sauce, dip or your favorite dip
  • Clump red grapes, you can also use green
  • Green olives
  • Red Peppadew peppers
  • Blue cheese
  • Soft Brie cheese
  • White cheese curds
  • Red wine cheese
  • Cucumber, sliced
  • Variety of crackers
  • Salami, slliced
  • Pistachios, shelled and unshelled
  • A lot of rosemary

Instructions
 

  • For this festive board, start with the green and red pepper. Slice the top off and fill with the 2 kinds of dip. Set in the center of the board.
  • Next, place the rosemary around the outside.
  • Then start filling in the open space with all the red and green foods!
  • ENJOY!
Cuisine: American
Course: Appetizer
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Charcuterie Board