The ultimate Winter Burrata Charcuterie Board: burrata (young mozzarella), salami, nuts. It also has winter fruits: Grapes, pears, and figs!

woman holding a holiday Winter Burrata Charcuterie Board

This cheese board is the perfect easy appetizer to share whenever you’re entertaining! This board is made on the 20-inch big board!

Winter Burrata Charcuterie Board

Cheese boards will forever be my go-to party appetizer or dish to share. They come together in no time; they’re always a hit and easy to make! And yes, we found cherries at our local Fred Meyer, in December! AMAZING! :)

round Winter Burrata Charcuterie Board

I know we’re all looking for ways to connect with loved ones this year, but if we save some of these ideas for next year too, it’s fun to dream.

Charcuterie board

Dreaming about hosting again is first on my mind. I can’t wait for those gatherings, but for now, getting together means fewer people, yes, but we’re still enjoying good food! Like this Winter Burrata Charcuterie Board.

Here are some more winter recipes you may want to try!

festive Winter Burrata Charcuterie Board

So good, all you need are these ingredients:

  • Burrata minis (4 in a container) – I buy at Fred Meyer’s or Trader Joe’s
  • Fresh cherries
  • Olive oil
  • Balsamic glaze
  • Pomegranate seeds
  • Dry roast unsalted pistachios
  • Mixed grapes
  • Red pear
  • Mission figs (I buy at Trader Joe’s)
  • Dry salami + spiced salami
  • Lesley Stowe Raincoast Crisps
  • Salt and pepper crackers
  • Fresh rosemary
  • Tangerines

round wood Winter Burrata Charcuterie Board

What is burrata?

Burrata as a thin layer of fresh mozzarella stretched around a creamy middle made of soft curd and cream. It’s very soft to touch, and in my mind, heavenly.

It’s super fresh!

round board of Winter Burrata Charcuterie Board

Gift ideas to share

If you’re not planning on any gatherings this rest of this year, here are a few gifts you can make and drop off for friends:

festive for holidays: Winter Burrata Charcuterie Board

Try to send some small homemade gifts that say, I’m looking forward to getting together when all of this is over, and I’m thinking about you!

We can also think about the small things, like Christmas cards, Zoom chats, calls, and text messages. Or a good old-fashioned call on the phone! I called one of my best foodie buddies this week and we talked for over an hour, catching up. We hadn’t talked since before the pandemic!

holiday Winter Burrata Charcuterie Board

For now, enjoy this delicious winter salad!

Burrata cheese is one of my favorites. It’s so pillowy-soft and smooth, and delicious spread open with a drizzle of oil on top! Just look at the photos!

ENJOY!

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Winter Burrata Charcuterie Board

Ingredients

  • 2 8 oz burrata minis (4 in a container) - 8 total, (I buy at Fred Meyer or Krogers)
  • 1-2 cups fresh cherries, (optional to remove the pit)
  • Olive oil, drizzle
  • Balsamic glaze, drizzle
  • 2 Tbsp. pomegranate seeds
  • Fresh rosemary sprigs
  • 8 oz dry roast unsalted pistachios
  • 1 pound mixed grapes, red and green
  • 1 red pear, sliced
  • 4 oz mission figs
  • 4 oz dry salami
  • 4 oz spiced salami
  • 5.3 oz Lesley Stowe Raincoast Crisps
  • 4 oz salt and pepper crackers
  • 3 tangerines, garnish

Instructions

  • On a round plate, place the burrata, and press open with the back of a spoon. Lay down fresh cherries on top. Drizzle with olive oil and balsamic glaze. Sprinkle with pomegranate seeds and set in the center of the board.
  • Around the outside of the plate lay down fresh rosemary sprigs (in a circle).
  • Around the outer inside edge, lay down the crackers and salami.
  • Fill in open area with nuts, figs, and fruit.
  • Set the tangerines on the board for garnish, and slice the pear!
  • Serve and enjoy!
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woman holding a board with winter fruit, burrata and charcuterie

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