Summer Berry Charcuterie Board: Garden Fresh Delights!

Step into the vibrant world of summer with a berry-filled charcuterie board that’s as beautiful as it is delicious. Bursting with the flavors of the season, this board is a celebration of summer’s bounty, featuring an array of juicy berries, creamy cheeses, savory meats, and crunchy crackers. Whether you’re hosting a backyard barbecue, a picnic in the park, or a casual gathering with friends, this summer berry charcuterie board is sure to impress.

Summer Berry Charcuterie Board

Summer Berry Charcuterie Board

Inspired by the colors and flavors of summer, the summer berry charcuterie board is a feast for the senses. From the sweetness of ripe strawberries to the tartness of fresh blueberries, each bite is a delightful combination of flavors and textures. Paired with a selection of cheeses, meats, nuts, and spreads, this board offers a variety of tastes to please every palate. Whether you’re enjoying it as a light snack or as part of a larger meal, the summer berry charcuterie board is a delicious way to savor the season.
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Course Appetizer
Cuisine French
Servings 6
Calories 498 kcal


  • Small Glass Bowls
  • Shun Chef’s Knife
  • Utility Cutting Board
  • Black Faux Slate Serving Board
  • Small bowls
  • Cheese Knives
  • Cutting Board


  • 1/2 cup Cream Cheese softened
  • 1 cup Whipped Topping
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
  • Strawberries
  • Raspberries
  • Blueberries
  • Blackberries
  • Chocolate Candy Pieces
  • Mini Chocolate Cookies
  • Chocolate Cookie Brittle
  • Cashews
  • Creme de Pirouline Dark Chocolate Rolled Wafers


  • Start by placing fruit on your tray. You want it to look visibly appealing to the eye. When it is fruit you are dealing with, it seems like all the colors go together quite well. Stack your fruit up a bit, as if they are in piles. By stacking them you are creating height, making them visually appealing. You are basically creating a pretty picture that your guests can not resist!
    Summer Berry Charcuterie Board
  • Add different textures to your canvas. The nuts are perfect because they are such an opposite to the softness of the fruit. Your guests will love both textures. The chocolate brittle adds double chocolate flavor, which most guests love! Let’s face it. It is difficult to walk past chocolate and not want to grab a bite! The chocolate brittle also adds a hard texture against the fruit.
    Summer Berry Charcuterie Board
  • Red and blue go so well together that I had to put them side by side. The blueberries are soft and juicy and the fresh strawberries with their green stems just create it’s own little picture. I used the chocolate cookies as a border to contrast the softness of the fruit.
    Summer Berry Charcuterie Board
  • These rolled wafers are a great addition to the board because they create height. They direct our gaze to move up from the plate, resulting in your guests taking in the entire picture.
    Summer Berry Charcuterie Board
  • Every board needs a dip or two. Because this board is on the small side, I thought one would be enough. This dip is super easy to make with only three ready-made ingredients. Soften the cream cheese, mix in the frozen dessert topping and add the vanilla! Refrigerate before serving!
    Summer Berry Charcuterie Board


  • First, put the jams or jellies in small bowls and set them on the board. Then put the cheese(s) on the board and then the meats that have been sliced and folded.
  • On the board, put bread, snacks, and breadsticks. Then, put the rest of the items you chose on the board, such as fruits, nuts, fresh herbs, avocado, and so on.
  • Cheese shouldn’t be left out at room temperature for more than 2 hours. If you’re making your board ahead of time, refrigerate it until you’re ready to serve it.
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Nutrition Facts

Saturated Fat10mg 
Vitamin A7430IU

What Are the Most Common Items on A Charcuterie Board?

This includes hams, sausages, terrines, pâtés, and other cooked and pickled meats. In the past, that was just a joke. These days, a charcuterie board is a spread of cured meats, cheeses, fresh fruits, spreads, crackers, and breads.

Summer Berry Charcuterie Board

What Are Three Good Cheeses for A Charcuterie Board?

Different kinds of cheese give your board more depth. There are many types of cheese, from soft ones like Brie and Camembert to hard ones like cheddar and gouda to more unusual ones like blue cheese and goat cheese.

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