Learn how to make a Christmas charcuterie board for the holidays using your favorite cheeses, crackers, and more!
I absolutely love constructing this festive Christmas Tree Snack Board when guests come over for the holidays. It’s basically a valid excuse to play with your food. There are a few must-have ingredients when I make this, but for the most part, it’s a very forgiving thing to put together and you can really use whatever you’ve got on hand.
The first thing I always like to add are Blue Diamond Gourmet Almonds. I picked up the Garlic, Herb and Olive Oil variety as well as the Pink Himalayan Salt variety. They bring a decadence to this snack board that my friends find to be pretty irresistible, and yet they’re such easy ingredients to toss in.
From there, it’s kind of a free-for-all. Walmart has absolutely everything I need so this is where it gets fun. I love grabbing a few varieties of olives, and then I just bounce around the produce section. I love using celery for the stem, adding cherries and cherry tomatoes for some festive colors, a bit of rosemary for a green offset, and whatever else looks good at the time!
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Or, simply use this post as a resource on how to build. There is no right or wrong way to put this snack board together. Just have fun with it- trust me, you’ll surprise yourself. It’ll look great.
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Christmas Tree Snack Board
- 10 oz. Blue Diamond Gourmet Garlic, Herb and Olive Oil Almonds
- 4.25 oz. Blue Diamond Almond Nut-Thins
- 21 oz. Sliced cheese (I used Colby, sharp cheddar, and cheddar jack)
- 1 pint cherry tomatoes
- 1 pint Assorted olives, I used ½ green, ½ Kalamata
- 1 pound fresh cherries
- 3 sprigs rosemary
- 1 celery stalk
- ½ cup green grapes
- ¼ cup dried cranberries
- Create a horizontal line 15 inches long with one of the three cheese varieties (I chose Colby).
- Stack the following ingredients on top of this first line, making each subsequent line just a touch shorter than the one before it: cherry tomatoes, green olives, cherries, cheddar jack cheese, Blue Diamond Almond Nut-Thins, Blue Diamond Gourmet Almonds, fresh rosemary, Kalamata olives, sharp cheddar, green grapes, and dried cranberries.
- Serve with snack-sized serving plates and toothpicks!