Valentine’s Day Date Night Charcuterie Board

A Valentine’s Day Date Night Charcuterie Board filled with heart-shaped pistachio nuts, meats, cheese, fruit, and chocolate. Made with a lot of love!

Valentine's Day Date Night Charcuterie Board

Oh, Friends, whether you’re in a loving relationship or not, Valentine’s Day can be filled with love and lots of surprises!

Valentine’s Day Date Night Charcuterie Board

It’s for love and fun and celebrating great friendships, and this Valentine’s Day Date Night Charcuterie Board!

You may also love my Galentine’s Day Charcuterie Board, Valentine’s Day Lunch Charcuterie Board [with heart-shaped peanut butter and jelly sandwiches], and my friend BakerMama’s Valentine Sweetheart Snack Mix (which would be so cute on a charcuterie board).

What is a date night charcuterie board?

Make a charcuterie/cheese board what you want it to be, for any season or celebration! Today, we’re enjoying a small board for an early Valentine’s Day! That’s what I love about Valentine’s Day … you can celebrate it any day of the year, or every day of the year!

A date night charcuterie board is for you and your sweetie!

Valentine's Day Date Night Charcuterie Board - Deschutes River

My hubby and I went on a long snowshoeing adventure, back in time to sit by the fire and enjoy this fun dinner! [Above, the beautiful Deschutes River in Bend, Oregon]

Valentine's Day Date Night Charcuterie Board - snoopy

I started with a very sweet Valentine. I just love Snoopy, don’t you?

Valentine's Day Date Night Charcuterie Board - Snoopy Valentine

Happiness is having a friend like you! Thank you, Snoopy!

How to make a charcuterie board

For this Valentine’s Day Date Night Charcuterie Board, I started with a giant heart-shaped cookie cutter, and set it in the middle.

This round board happens to be a Lazy Susan board (but is no longer available). Stay tuned, I’m going to do a post on some boards that you can buy!

  1. Pour the pistachio nuts into the cookie cut-out (center star), then build around it.
  2. Fill in all the open spots with the foods you want to eat.
  3. I love to add meat, cheese, fruit, nuts, and then chocolate.

Best Valentine's Day Date Night Charcuterie Board

Valentine’s Day IS chocolate, in my opinion. :)

Valentine's Day Date Night Charcuterie Board - Cardinal's Landing

We have so much new snow. It’s been fun going on lots of walks, enjoying God’s beauty.

Valentine's Day Date Night Charcuterie Board - snowshoeing

And then …. a quick surprise dinner!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Valentine's Day Date Night Charcuterie Board

Ingredients

  • 1 container of 8 Laughing Cow creamy Swiss light spreadable cheese wedges
  • 8 oz salami
  • 1 block blue cheese
  • 1 box Lesley Stowe Raincoast Cheese Crisps
  • 3- Seed Beet Crackers Trader Joe’s
  • 2 pouches Pocky chocolate cream-covered biscuit sticks we bought at Costco
  • 2 cups whole pistachios in shells
  • 1 heart-shaped cookie cutter or pan
  • 1 8 oz prosciutto-wrapped mozzarella sticks
  • 1 cup malt balls
  • 6 oz fresh raspberries

Instructions

  • On a round board, place a giant heart-shaped cookie cutter in the center. Pour the pistachio nuts into the cookie cut-out (center star), leaving it there while you build around the board.
  • Fill in all the open spots with remaining foods.
  • Remove the large cookie cutter and serve!

Valentine's Day Date Night Charcuterie Board Recipe

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