How to make a Vegan Charcuterie Board

‘Tis the season for entertaining! With everyone on my family having a different diet/likes/dislikes/this-makes-me-fart food preferences, I’m a HUGE fan of charcuterie boards. Throw a bit of everything on there and please everyone. And to please the plant-based folks on your guest list, here are a few ideas to get a vegan charcuterie board started!

vegan charcuterie board

Fresh ingredients

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] bell pepper

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] blackberries

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] grapes

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] celery

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] cherry tomatoes

Dairy & Dips

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] nut-based cheese (my favourite is one my girlfriend makes here in Calgary called Flora Fromage)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] hummus

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] tapenade

Packaged/Dry Goods

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] dates

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] olives

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] pickles

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] dried apricots

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] artichoke

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] pecans

[wp-svg-icons icon=”heart-2″ wrap=”i”] GF crackers

vegan charcuterie board

vegan charcuterie board

vegan charcuterie board

Don’t forget the Sweets & Booze

vegan charcuterie board

vegan charcuterie board

vegan charcuterie board

vegan charcuterie board

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