Fruit Charcuterie Board
Fruicuterie Board (Aka the Fruit Charcuterie Board You Need to Try)
Photo: Liz Andrew/Styling: Erin McDowell

Make no mistake, we love us some good prosciutto di Parma and saucisson sec. But when feeding a crowd, it’s classy to be mindful that not everyone is a diehard carnivore. And besides, it’s *so* last year to limit your spread to fancy pepperoni.

That’s where the “fruicuterie” board comes in: a clever fruit charcuterie board piled high with cheese and fresh fruit instead of meat. Feel free to use any combination, but the selections below make for a particularly epic appetizer (or, if you ask us, dinner).

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12 to 16 servings

4 ounces blue cheese, such as Danish Blue

4 ounces aged goat cheese, such as Cypress Grove Midnight Moon

4 ounces Brie, such as President Brie

4 ounces soft triple crème cheese, such as Fromagerie Germain

4 ounces Cotswold cheese

3 kiwis, peeled and thickly sliced

3 golden kiwis, peeled and thickly sliced

2 mangoes, peeled and diced

4 small bunches of grapes

4 handfuls of cherries

8 figs, quartered

2 peaches, thickly sliced

2 white peaches, thickly sliced

3 apricots, thickly sliced

3 plums, thickly sliced

1 cup cubed watermelon

1 cup cubed cantaloupe

1 cup halved strawberries

1 cup blackberries

1 cup raspberries

1 cup golden raspberries

1. Place the cheeses on a large platter and let them sit at room temperature for 20 to 30 minutes until softened. Arrange the fruit in clusters around the cheese.

234 calories

11g fat

27g carbs

10g protein

21g sugars

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