Charcuterie board with honeycomb is the perfect cheese board. It’s filled with a variety of meats that take this serving board to a whole new level not to mention the raw honeycomb that really works well with this charcuterie plate!
Easy Charcuterie Tray- this board involves absolutely no cooking, and the ingredients can all be picked up from your local grocery store. So, this charcuterie board with honey takes about 5 minutes to dance on your tastebuds.
Party-Approved- The easiest way to have the party of the year that everyone will be talking about is by creating a charcuterie board with bit of honeycomb. Making a charcuterie board is an excellent choice for entertaining guests or enjoying a delicious snack all by yourself.
Add or take away from- you can add your favorite cheese, peanut butter, or fresh fruit. The possibilities are truly endless with this charcuterie board with honey.
Date Night- Another great thing that you will love about this board is that you can also make this for a quiet dinner. Try serving wines for the drinks. This is an excellent choice for good times with your loved one.
You can find a complete list of ingredients and instructions below.
1. Start with a large wooden or marble board as a base for your charcuterie display. This will give it a rustic and elegant look.
2. Begin by arranging the cheeses. Cut them into bite-sized pieces or thin slices and place them on the board.
3. Next, add the meats. Roll or fold the turkey, ham, and salami slices and place them alongside the cheeses. This variety of meats will offer a nice selection for your guests.
4. Now, let's add some fresh fruits. Slice the green apple into thin wedges and place them on the board. The green grapes can be left in clusters or separated and scattered around the board.
5. To add some briny flavors, include a bowl of olives on the board. You can choose different types like Kalamata or green olives to provide some variety.
6. For some crunch, scatter sunflower seed kernels and peanuts on the board. These will complement the other flavors and textures.
7. Let's add some sweetness! Place a small bowl of honey, strawberry jam, and even some honeycomb on the board. These can be drizzled over the cheeses or enjoyed on their own.
8. Finally, add a plate of toasted bread or some pretzels to accompany the charcuterie. These can be used as a base for toppings or enjoyed on their own.
Meat- You can pretty much use whatever type of meat you would like on this wonderful canvas. Such as smoked ham, honey Turkey, pepperoni, or salami.
Cheese- Try mixing in different types of cheese to give your party guest variety. You can go for blue cheese, wash- rind cheeses, or goat cheese
Boards- To make things fun go with charcuterie boards that have shapes. The shape of the board can be heart shaped, or football shaped charcuterie board.
Seasonal- Take things to the next level and make a seasonal board. For every season add colors and fruits that go along with the season. Fall, Winter, Summer, and Spring will make beautiful boards. Look on Pinterest for inspiration.
1. Ash Charcuterie Boards: These boards are perfect for showcasing your delicious assortment of cured meats, cheeses, and other accompaniments. They provide a beautiful, rustic look to your presentation.
2. High-Quality Porcelain: Porcelain dishes or bowls can be used to serve olives, dips, or other small bites. They add an elegant touch to your charcuterie board.
3. Cutting Board Oil: To maintain the longevity and appearance of your cutting board, it's important to treat it with cutting board oil. This helps to nourish the wood and keep it in great condition.
4. Thick Hardwood Walnut: A thick hardwood walnut cutting board is a fantastic choice for slicing and arranging your charcuterie items. The durability and natural beauty of walnut make it an excellent material for a long-lasting cutting board.
If you have leftovers you can wrap them in plastic Saran Wrap or easily place the leftover in a zip lock bag or airtight container.
Last Updated on November 10, 2023 by Ronalyn Alston | Published: September 22, 2023
September 22, 2023