6 Fun and Cute Easter Charcuterie Board Ideas

Easter offers the perfect opportunity to make a charming charcuterie board. Just a short search will show you lots of fresh and cute charcuterie board. Below you can find of our favorite Easter charcuterie board ideas we’ve made over the years including an Easter bunny board and some of the best spring charcuterie board ideas.

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Favorite Easter Charcuterie Board Ideas

Easter Bunny Charcuterie Board

This easter bunny board is so cute and is built around a fun cheese bunny. Made from brie and goat cheese and surrounded by colorful fruits and savory crackers – this is fun to help add some Easter decor to the day.


Easter Charcuterie Board Ideas
Easter Charcuterie Board Ideas: Easter Cheese Board

Easter Cheese Board

This medium-sized Easter charcuterie board is full of fresh spring ingredients and is the perfect afternoon snack between Easter brunch and afternoon dinner on Easter Day. Add your favorite spring ingredients to this fun board.


Easter Charcuterie Board Ideas
Easter Charcuterie Board Ideas: Bouquet Board

Flower Bouquet Charcuterie Board

Upon seeing numerous images of charcuterie bouquets online, I was inspired to give it a try. Make this fun and beautiful charcuterie board for Valentines day or East and celebrate the start of spring.


High Tea Charcuterie Board

This high tea charcuterie board adds a touch of fancy to Easter day. I made this board during the summer, but this English themed charcuterie board makes the perfect afternoon or breakfast board to serve on Easter.


Brunch Charcuterie Board

I originally made this charcuterie board for Mother’s Day, but this also makes the perfect charcuterie board for Easter brunch. Full of baked goods, sweets and a few savory items, this board is a crowd pleaser!


Easter Candy Charcuterie Board

Craft this delightful and effortless Easter candy charcuterie board featuring your preferred Easter treats. It serves as both a charming centerpiece for your Easter gathering and a delightful addition to your festivities, offering a sweet touch to the celebration.


Tips for Making an Easter Charcuterie Board

  • Themed Selection: Choose a variety of ingredients that reflect the colors and flavors of Easter. Opt for vibrant fruits like strawberries, grapes, and blueberries, alongside pastel-colored candies or chocolates. Incorporating seasonal veggies like baby carrots and snap peas can also add a fresh touch to your board.
  • Bunny-Centric Creations: Get creative with your cheese arrangements to form adorable Easter bunny shapes. Use different types of cheeses to craft bunny ears, a face, and a fluffy tail. This playful addition will instantly add a festive charm to your charcuterie board.
  • Egg-citing Variety: Include an assortment of egg-themed treats to celebrate the Easter tradition. Deviled eggs, mini quiches, or even chocolate eggs can add both visual appeal and delicious variety to your spread. Don’t forget to display them in decorative egg cups or nests for an extra festive touch.
  • Sweet & Savory Balance: Ensure a well-balanced mix of sweet and savory elements on your charcuterie board. Pair savory items like cured meats, cheeses, and olives with sweet additions such as honey, jam, or fruit preserves. This harmonious blend will satisfy a range of tastes and preferences.
  • Decorative Accents: Elevate the presentation of your Easter charcuterie board with decorative accents and garnishes. Sprinkle edible flowers, fresh herbs, or greenery around the board to add a pop of color and freshness. Additionally, consider using themed serving platters or Easter-themed decorations to enhance the festive atmosphere.

Ingredients for an Easter Charcuterie Board

You can use any ingredients to make and Easter board. I prefer to use fresh season ingredients that add bursts of color to the board. Below are a wide range of ingredients to add to the board.

  1. Assorted Cheeses:
    • Brie
    • Cheddar
    • Gouda
    • Goat cheese
    • Swiss
  2. Assorted Meats:
    • Prosciutto
    • Salami
    • Pepperoni
    • Sliced ham
    • Turkey breast
  3. Crackers and Bread:
    • Baguette slices
    • Assorted crackers (such as water crackers, wheat crackers, or rosemary crackers)
    • Breadsticks
  4. Fresh Fruits:
    • Strawberries
    • Grapes (both green and red)
    • Blueberries
    • Raspberries
    • Kiwi slices
  5. Dried Fruits:
    • Apricots
    • Figs
    • Dates
    • Cranberries
    • Raisins
  6. Nuts:
    • Almonds
    • Walnuts
    • Cashews
    • Pistachios
    • Pecans
  7. Spreads and Dips:
    • Fig jam
    • Honey
    • Whole grain mustard
    • Hummus
    • Pesto
  8. Vegetables:
    • Cherry tomatoes
    • Cucumber slices
    • Carrot sticks
    • Bell pepper strips
    • Celery sticks
  9. Pickles and Olives:
    • Cornichons
    • Kalamata olives
    • Stuffed green olives
    • Pickled onions
  10. Chocolate and Sweets:
    • Mini chocolate eggs
    • Chocolate-covered almonds
    • Chocolate truffles
    • Easter-themed candies
  11. Fresh Herbs (for garnish):
    • Rosemary sprigs
    • Thyme sprigs
    • Basil leaves
  12. Decorative Elements: