Easter Egg Charcuterie Recipe

Easter Egg Charcuterie - Egg shaped charcuterie filled with fruits and vegetables

You know we like charcuterie everything, so of course we had to make Easter Egg Charcuterie!

We used provolone cheese. To make Cheese Roses, you grab a bunch of slices at once, stack them on top of each other, and cut them in half. Then you use a 2 oz. cup and start by building your first layer with the cheese halves, flat side down. Keep going and do some wrapping for the center layers. It’s actually easy! We do that with deli meat as well.

Here’s what else is on the oval-shaped platter:
Meats and Cheeses (Salami, Provolone)
Vegetables: Herbs, asparagus, carrots, cucumbers
Fruits: Dried Apricots, blueberries, raspberries, grapes, strawberries,
Other: Mustard dipping sauce, olives, nuts

Easter Egg Charcuterie:

First, I make the cheese and salami roses, according to the recipe I linked earlier, but you can also find great videos on Google or TikTok. Easy Peasy!

This Easter Egg Charcuterie recipe is filled with fresh and colorful vegetables and fruits, as well as meat and cheese, nuts, and olives.

This Easter Egg Charcuterie recipe is filled with fresh and colorful vegetables and fruits, as well as meat and cheese, nuts, and olives.

Then you assemble your favorite charcuterie goodies. I have a perfect photo of everything we use. You can seriously save this to your phone as a shopping list. There are no secrets here. Everything looks like this!

If you’re using asparagus, it makes a great start to your platter. I like to arrange it exactly like it is in t his photo, to kick things off with this amazing Easter Egg Charcuterie:

This Easter Egg Charcuterie recipe is filled with fresh and colorful vegetables and fruits, as well as meat and cheese, nuts, and olives.

And then it’s olives! Although you can really use anything you want here. Some people don’t like olives. I, myself, love olives and think the more, the merrier!

Then it’s carrots, which we all know is the Easter Bunny’s favorite food! True story – when I was little, my Uncle told me he worked for the Easter Bunny as a side job. I totally believed him.

This Easter Egg Charcuterie recipe is filled with fresh and colorful vegetables and fruits, as well as meat and cheese, nuts, and olives.

And then it’s raspberries – a truly magical fruit.

This Easter Egg Charcuterie recipe is filled with fresh and colorful vegetables and fruits, as well as meat and cheese, nuts, and olives.

Cucumbers and blueberries go together! It’s rather fun to put out your cucumbers, and then fill in the blank spaces with blueberries. They make a pretty match when you’re going for an Easter Egg design!

Before that, though, it’s two types of grapes (for pretty color reasons) and dried apricots as well! Or any dried fruit or pretty orange fruit you want to use. I think mandarin oranges would be great.

This Easter Egg Charcuterie recipe is filled with fresh and colorful vegetables and fruits, as well as meat and cheese, nuts, and olives.

And then you add your beautiful salami and cheese roses:

This Easter Egg Charcuterie recipe is filled with fresh and colorful vegetables and fruits, as well as meat and cheese, nuts, and olives.

This Easter Egg Charcuterie recipe is filled with fresh and colorful vegetables and fruits, as well as meat and cheese, nuts, and olives.

So, would you make this amazing Charcuterie?

If you’re looking for an all candy Easter Charcuterie Board, I’ve got you here.

And a pretty Easter Bunny Snack Board here.

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  1. At our charcuterie shop, we understand that every client is unique, which is why we prioritize personalized service. From the moment you walk through our doors, our friendly and attentive staff takes the time to listen to your needs, understand your preferences, and tailor our services to suit your individual style and personality.

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