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Fall Charcuterie Board

I love any excuse to make a charcuterie board, and this time it was a conference our church has semi-annually that we watch from home. That means pajama church and yummy food! I'm calling this a fall board since it's October, we just picked apples, and candy corns are in abundance.


Fall Charcuterie Board

Serves 6

Gluten free baguette

Spinach dill dip (recipe found HERE on my blog)

Baby carrots

Black olives

Baby dill pickles

Pepperoncini roll-ups (recipe found HERE on my blog)

Mixed nuts

Purple or red grapes

Sliced apples

Jarlsberg cheese slices

Gruyere cheese slices

Candy corns

M&M's mixture

Toffee Fruit Dip (recipe below)

Toffee Fruit Dip:

1 (8 oz.) package cream cheese, softened

3 tablespoons brown sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla

1/4 cup Heath English toffee bits

1/4 cup miniature chocolate chips

In a bowl, stir together cream cheese, brown sugar, and vanilla. Fold in the toffee bits and chocolate chips. Serve with fruit.


Who doesn't love a fun snack board? There's just something about a huge variety of foods all in one place and the freedom to choose what and how much of each you want. Kids especially love it!

I made this one to eat and munch on during a church conference we were watching on TV. It worked so well because it totally counted as lunch, but we could graze through the entire two hour conference!

I planned to have it look even more fall-themed but ran out of space for some mini pumpkins. I decided it was more important to have all the foods on there.

If you haven't tried my spinach dill dip, you need to! We absolutely love it on bread slices, vegetables, and olives. I also had two of our favorite cheeses sliced to eat with the bread.

This toffee fruit dip is absolutely heavenly on apple slices and grapes! Super easy to mix up too. My husband loved eating the cheese slices on apple slices as well. So many ways to mix and match these foods! Of course, there has to be a little bit of colorful candy too.

The fun part for me is figuring out how to arrange everything on the board. I try to have a savory side and a sweet side.

There is definitely something for everyone on this board. We had a few people over and everyone loved it! I hope this inspires you in making a board for your family soon!

Recipe Source: All ideas and recipes from Shanna's recipe box


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