|

Father’s Day Personalized Charcuterie Board

Sharing is caring!

Everyone loves a Charcuterie platter, especially one prepared just for you with all your favorite things! This would be such a nice thing to do for Dad on his special day.

What would be more awesome than to present him with a Father’s Day charcuterie board filled with all his favorite goodies and a beverage of his choice to sit down and relax? This would be the perfect way to say “Happy Father’s Day” with love!

Now, let’s dive into how you can customize a charcuterie board that will absolutely delight Dad on his special day.

Why Choose a Charcuterie Board?

The nice thing about Charcuterie Platters is you can use your imagination.

In this case, you would want to fill it with a little bit of each thing that he really likes.

Charcuterie means a mix of meats, so normally a charcuterie board has meats, cheeses, nuts, crackers, fruit, and maybe something sweet.

So, if these are the kind of things that your guy likes, just use this as a guide.

Customizing the Board

In my case, my husband loved spicy sausage, an array of olives, nuts, fruit, Italian cheeses, and maybe a focaccia bread accompanied by a nice cold beer!

You can find these items easily at your grocery store or if you have an Italian deli, that’s even better!

Aldi is also a good choice for prepared snacks like this. They are inexpensive and perfect for putting together a nice spread.

Remember to not overdo it! It’s better to have just a nice selection of his favorites placed strategically on your board.

Cut everything into bite-size pieces and have small utensils where needed on your board so he can easily help himself. Put the crackers by the cheese and use small bowls for things like nuts or if you have olives in oil.

Making it Special

Charcuterie trays are so easy to make and everyone loves to nibble on them. Plus, you can prepare them ahead of time and just keep it covered in the fridge!

If Dad is golfing in the morning, you can have this ready for when he comes home along with a nice cocktail. Wouldn’t that be the perfect snack for the golfing dad—a nibble board of his favs along with a John Daly cocktail!

If he’s not a golfer, you can do a different theme. For instance, you can do a board with Beer Cheese Dip, pretzels, apples, and meats along with a Michelada.

Or you could do a Brunch Nibble Board with a Paloma Mimosa. A Nibble Board would have no meat so for brunch, you can do deviled eggs, pastries, and fruit.

Or if it’s later in the day and he’s relaxing, you can serve him a small appetizer board of your choice along with a Maple Manhattan or a Whiskey Smash. The possibilities are endless and so fun to put together!

Conclusion

This Father’s Day, make it extra special with a personalized charcuterie platter that reflects all the things Dad loves.

Whether it’s his favorite meats and cheeses, or a themed board suited to his interests, the effort and thought you put into creating a “Father’s Day charcuterie board” will surely make him feel loved and appreciated.

Enjoy crafting this delightful treat and watch as Dad savors every bite with a smile!

Father’s Day Charcuterie Board

A Platter filled with an array of meats, cheeses and nuts or your guys favorite things to nibble on
No ratings yet
Prep Time 10 minutes
Course Appetizer
Servings 1

Equipment

  • 1 Platter or Small Cutting Board
  • Any small utensils needed to serve

Ingredients
  

  • 1 Spicy Sausage sliced thin and arranged accordion style
  • Chunks or slices of Cheese or Small Mozzarella Balls You can find these marinated if desired
  • Salami and Cheese Roll Ups You can find these in your deli section
  • Small bowl of his favorite nuts
  • Olive Medley Found in deli section
  • 2 Different types Crackers or Breads arranged accordion style Give at least two different options of crackers or a combo of crackers, pretzels and breads
  • Small Bunch of Grapes or Slices of Apple
  • Chocolate Covered Raisins or Chocolate Covered Almonds

Instructions
 

  • Arrange all of this on a platter that is a personal size
  • Remember this is not a meal it is just a nibble board to snack on so only offer a few of each selection
  • Put the main item in the middle surrounded by everything else – put crackers next to the cheese and next to the meats – Fan your crackers and meats out so it looks nice and is easy to pick up
  • Have fun making choices!
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating