How To Make A Healthy Charcuterie Board

Recipes | January 30, 2020


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This healthy charcuterie board is perfect for anyone looking for a delicious yet lite idea to serve to your own guests or take to a gathering you are attending! In under 20 minutes, you can create a fabulous tray of assorted foods, including fresh fruits and vegetables. Charcuterie boards are fun for any age and will surely delight all those who gather around it.


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Charcuterie boards are really fun to put together and there is really no wrong way to do these! Though some are more structured and formal in their food design and food itself, I chose to create this healthy board to reflect the better food choices we are all trying to make in the new year! Anyone else with me?! My hope was to offer fresh fruits and vegetables, along with other healthy snacks for all ages to enjoy. I am sharing what all I used for mine below but you can substitute it for any items that your prefer!


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What I used for this healthy charcuterie board:

  • A wood board (I do not have a link for mine, but this one is similar)

  • Strawberries

  • Grapes

  • Colby Jack Cheese Cubes

  • Cheddar Goldfish Crackers

  • Banana Chips

  • Greek Yogurt (no-fat)

  • Baby Carrots

  • Multi-seed Crackers

  • Ritz Whole Wheat Crackers


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After you collect these above items, I placed a small bowl on the board to hold the Greek yogurt. Then you simply pour the various foods onto the tray. As I mentioned earlier, I wanted the food items to be placed together but not in perfect lines. Letting the foods sprinkle over onto the others is okay! Keep going until all foods have been used and the tray looks full!


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I will have to admit that these yummy foods were hard to resist while I was setting up this board. But, I didn’t feel guilty taste testing it here and there because it fell right in line with our better eating goals of 2020. Tip: If you want to add more dips, you can use three small bowls and create a triangle shape when placing them on the board for visual aesthetics then fill in around them with the food. Dips can include lite ranch dressing, salsa, caramel (especially if you are using fresh apples), and powdered sugar.


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I know It will be enjoyed by all your guests whether family or friends! Are you ready to give a healthy charcuterie board a go? What would you like to munch on from this board? And don’t miss all the amazing charcuterie boards shared by my blogger friends below!

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