25 Most Delectable Charcuterie Brunch Boards and Tips
January 17, 20235 min read
Brunch is a cross between breakfast and lunch. So, when you make a brunch charcuterie board, you will want to cover all your bases. Making one of these brunch boards is simple. Especially when you use your favorite brunch foods. However, if you have never made one before, you may be looking for some charcuterie brunch ideas. We have compiled our favorites here in one place for you.
There is no right or wrong way to build a brunch charcuterie board. This one is filled with waffles, chocolate croissants, bacon, cheese, and fresh fruit. It has basically all the food groups, as well as tons of flavor.
Brunch boards usually have a large variety of foods. This savory one has meat, cheese, eggs, bread, potatoes, gravy, fruit, veggies, and condiments. Don’t forget a variety of beverages to wash it all down.
This epic brunch board is filled with yogurt, granola, pistachios, mixed nuts, dried fruit, hard boiled eggs, croissants, and fresh fruit. You can add nearly any other fresh food to your board and make it your own.
Don’t think this brunch board is only full of bread. There are lots of carb-filled goodies on here! Pile the mini muffins, bagels, biscuits, and waffles high. Then add bacon and sausage. Fresh fruit rounds out this tray. If you love easy breads, consider arranging your ensemble on a walnut bread board.
You can’t go wrong when you create a top your own toast board for brunch. Everyone can top their toast with a variety of items when you make this charcuterie board. Think sunny side up eggs, nutella, strawberries, bacon, peanut butter, bananas, honey, and a variety of jams and jellies.
And now it is time for the build your own waffle board. Everyone can top their waffles with peanut butter, nutella, butter, or syrup. Don’t forget the strawberries, raspberries, bananas, and blueberries.
There is nothing wrong with serving fondue for brunch. Melt a little—or a lot—of chocolate. Then surround the chocolate with potato chips, strawberries, pretzels, popcorn, donuts, and pound cake. Let everyone dip until their hearts are content and their bellies are full!
If you don’t want to go the breakfast route for brunch, you can always make this seafood charcuterie board. Think crab legs, oysters, mussels, clams, and shrimp. Add some cheese and fruit and you’re ready to serve.
If you haven’t had southern foods on your brunch charcuterie board before, you are in for a treat. The highlight of this board is the black eyed pea salsa. Surround that salsa with cheese, crackers, fruit, and vegetables.
This brunch board is simple to make. Plus, it is an easy one if you are serving two people or a crowd. Start by adding salami, prosciutto, and guanciale to the board. Next, add cheese, fruit, and sauces. If you choose to include the honeycomb and whole grain mustard, be sure to protect and clean your wood board properly.
The title of this board may be Mother’s Day brunch, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make this board any other day of the year. This board is piled high with sausage, pancakes, veggie egg bites, muffins, and fruit.
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