If you are looking for a creative way to spice up your next gathering, look no further than our pickle charcuterie board!
If you love a good charcuterie board, our pickle charcuterie board is unique in that we used lots and lots of pickled veggies!
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Why You Will Love our Incredible Pickle Charcuterie Board
Take it from us, creating a pickle charcuterie board is the perfect way to add some flavor and pizzazz to any gathering.
Whether you are hosting friends or just treating yourself, this plate of pickles will spice things up with loads of snacking options that are fun, creative, and most importantly delicious.
A pickle vegetable board is a great alternative to the traditional cheese boards or charcuterie boards. While meat and cheese boards are always great, what about our vegetarian and vegan friends? Or folks who are watching their cholesterol?
Skip the meats for charcuterie board next time and create a relish tray with an array of pickled veggies!
A Vegetable Board Makes Everyone Happy!
These pickled vegetables are crunchy and flavorful, and they pair well with a variety of dips and spreads. A pickle charcuterie board is also healthy and low in calories and fat! Pickled veggies are also a good source of vitamins and minerals.
Making a charcuterie board with pickles is so much fun!
Our pickle board is full of pickled veggies that you can pick up at your local grocery store or mass market retailer.
If you can't find any of these specialty items in your local store, check out Amazon.com! We will include helpful links later in the post to help you get the best deals on the most delectable pickled veggies!
From mini pickles for charcuterie to olives for charcuterie board, you can create a masterpiece that everyone will love! Let us show you how creating this delightful spread doesn’t have to break the bank or take hours on end.
Though, be warned, you may find yourself getting carried away when looking for pickled vegetables for charcuterie!
Let's be real, who doesn't need more pickles in their life? Master the art of creating the ultimate pickle feast and grab some friends (or savor alone) and get ready for an adventure with our pickle tray ideas!
This idea for how to make a pickle tray was inspired by my Spring Charcuterie Board that we shared for Easter!
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Here are all of the pickled vegetables for charcuterie that we used to create our pickle charcuterie board
Now, we are not just using pickled vegetables for our pickle boards. In addition to charcuterie pickles, we have some other goodies too!
When deciding what kind of olives go on a charcuterie board, stick to the basics - kalamata and green.
- Sliced pickled beets - Aunt Nellie’s Sweet & Sour Harvard Beets are made with fresh-harvested beet root with the sweet earthy flavor you love and a deep vibrant crimson red-purple color. A delightful sweet-tangy flavor is created with just the right balance of vinegar and sweetness to create the Harvard beet classic!
- Sweet gherkin pickles - You can buy any brand of gherkins, as they are pretty common in grocery stores. But we like these Hengstenberg Mini Gherkins small pickles for charcuterie.
- Petite dill pickles - These Mt. Olive Petite Snack Crunchers are your basic variety grocery store petite dills. You could also use cornichons for an interesting mix or charcuterie board pickles!
- Hamburger dill chips - Vlasic Hamburger Dills Chips are easy to find and perfect for sandwiches AND are great pickles for charcuterie boards.
- Pitted Kalamata Olives - We like these Mario Camacho Foods Pitted Kalamata Mediterranean Olives and they are inexpensive too! You can use these for all kind of olive platter ideas as well.
- Spanish Green Olives - These Mario Camacho Foods Whole Spanish Queen Olives are gluten free, non GMO and kosher too!
- Pickled Crunchy Vegetables - You can use something like Mezzetta's Italian Mix Giardiniera or Green Jay Gourmet Spicy Pickled Carrot Sticks.
- Marinated Artichoke Hearts - I LOVE Reese's marinated artichoke hearts and always keep them on hand. They're the perfect artichoke charcuterie and great for salads too!
Please keep in mind that the amounts for reach ingredient are listed in the printable recipe card below.
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How to make a pickle charcuterie board that everyone will love
Here are the Instructions for how to make a charcuterie board using all of our fun pickled veggies!
Begin by selecting a platter or board for your charcuterie. Select a few small ramekins and bowls for your olives and pickles.
Beginning with the bowls, place them onto the platter and add the ingredients into them.
Continue working by adding the largest to smallest items and placing a few on the platter in a single layer.
Once all items are placed on the platter, add a second and third layer to fill the platter.
Don't forget the crackers for charcuterie board! They give you a chance to cleanse your palate while you are snacking on the different items in our Pickle Charcuterie Board.
If you are looking for a new charcuterie board, you should totally check out Lynn & Liana Designs!
Lynn & Liana Designs offers customizable boards and platters that will also serve as art in your home. Trust me, your spread will be beautiful! Each board comes in nine colors. No two boards are alike because Lynn & Liana uses an eco-friendly resin that creates stunning designs that are unique to each board. This small Manitoba family business has grown tremendously since starting in 2018 from a garage set-up.
Now available in 2,000+ stores, including Macy's and Amazon, 28-year-old founder Melissa Funk has done more than jump on the charcuterie board craze. She’s reinvented it by crafting elegant boards and platters that stand out! They are just SO beautiful!
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Pickle Charcuterie Board
- 1 15 oz sliced pickled beets drained
- sweet gherkin pickles
- petite dill pickles
- hamburger dill chips
- pitted kalamata olives drained
- spanish green olives drained
- 1 16 oz pickled crunchy vegetables such as Italian Mix Giardiniera
- 1 12 oz quartered and marinated artichoke hearts
- Begin by selecting a platter or board for your charcuterie. Select a few small ramekins and bowls for your olives and pickles.
- Beginning with the bowls, place them onto the platter and add the ingredients into them.
- Continue working by adding the largest to smallest items and placing a few on the platter in a single layer.
- Once all items are placed on the platter, add a second and third layer to fill the platter.