This 4th of July Charcuterie Board is a fun way to present some Red White and Blue snacks for a 4th of July party or gathering.
A July 4th Charcuterie board is a fun way to serve guests at a holiday party, making it a great option for parties, family gatherings, or BBQs.
This is one of my many 4th of July easy recipe ideas that you will want to bookmark for later.
Why You Should Make This Recipe
Easy. There is nothing complicated here. Just a few simple ingredients that you can change up as you wish,
Fun. People love holiday charcuterie boards. I literally brings people together to enjoy snacks in a fun way.
Festive. Because the ingredients stick to the Red White and Blue theme, this charcuterie board looks great on a buffet table or dessert table. Everyone will love it.
Fourth of July Charcuterie Board Ingredients
- cheese slices
See recipe card for quantities.
Combine all spices into a large bowl and mix thoroughly into lean ground beef
Start by placing larger items like bowls of dips or spreads.
Press into patties on the tray
Then, arrange the meats, cheeses, and accompaniments in a way that balances the colors and textures
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Substitutions & Variations
There are so many ways to make a Red White and Blue charcuterie board. To keep with the Patriotic Charcuterie board theme, you can add or sub anything listed here, so to make it easy, I will share by color.
- Red grapes
- Red mini peppers
- Cherry jelly
- Mozzarella balls
- Cream cheese
- White cheddar cheese cubes
- Goat cheese
- Manchego cheese
- Greek yogurt
- Cauliflower florets
- Strawberry or Quince jelly
- Blackberry or blueberry jam
- Blue corn tortilla chips
- Purple grapes (can give a blue appearance on the board)
- Blue candies
- food safe board or tray
- small bowls
- star cookie cutter (optional but fun)
Store leftover ingredients separately in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
Decorate - Feel free to incorporate other elements such as small American flags, candies or festive decorations to add to the patriotic theme.
he quantity of items depends on the number of people you are planning to serve. As a general guideline, plan for about 2-3 ounces of meat and cheese per person. Change up the ingredients or add additional red, white and blue foods.
Absolutely - You can pre-cut some ingredients and store them separately to save time. I recommend waiting to put the ingredients on the board until about 1-2 hours before serving.
I like to store the meats, cheeses, and any remaining ingredients separately in airtight containers in the refrigerator.
More 4th of July Recipe Ideas
Looking for other 4th of July recipes like this? Try these:
4th of July Charcuterie Board
- 3 strawberries
- ½ cup blueberries
- 14 cherry tomatoes
- 4 slices mozzarella cheese
- 7 triscuit crackers
- 5 slices salami
- 5 slices pepperoni
- First, using a shot glass fold the pieces of salami on to the rim half and half. Do this where they over lap. Fill the shot glass over and pull up to have the rose. Repeat for the pepperoni and place onto the charcuterie board.
- Cut out cheese with star cookie cutters. Place onto the board. Add the triscuits. Fill in the starwberries and blueberries.
- Add cherry tomatoes to fill the empty spots.