Tropical Fruit Charcuterie Board
We all need to eat healthier, right?!? Why not celebrate your next festivities with this fun Tropical Fruit Charcuterie Board! Oh and all of these items can be delivered to your door!
This post is sponsored by Tropical Fruit Box.
What to put on a charcuterie board?
What does ‘charcuterie’ actually mean?
What is a charcuterie board?
What to serve with a charcuterie board?
- Meat & Cheese Charcuterie Board the traditional way to go
- Hot Chocolate Charcuterie Board filled with mini marshmallows, peppermints, chocolate covered pretzel sticks, hot cocoa bombs
- Jarcuteries are mini mason jars with nuts, dried fruit meats and cheeses
- Veggie Charcuterie Board filled with veggies and different dips like hummus, ranch and bleu cheese
The options are limitless and left to your imagination!
How do I make a Tropical Fruit Charcuterie Board?
First, start out with a clean flat cutting board or something similar.
When I am building out a charcuterie board I like to start with the larger pieces that I am using. Try to visually balance out the board with your eyes.
Once the larger pieces of fruit have been placed fill it in with the smaller items. If you look at the image above you can see the beautiful Pink Pineapple. I cut it into bite sized pieces and served it back in the shell of the pineapple for presentation.
Remember when serving a charcuterie board, you want your guests to serve themselves. You should cut the fruit as it’s intended to be eaten. You may want to serve with toothpicks, serving spoons and forks.
We can’t wait for you to share with us the Tropical Fruit Charcuterie Board that you create! Share your Charcuterie Board creations with us on Instagram @theproducemoms!
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