Charcuterie Board

Our own in-house wellness coach Sarah created this beautiful arrangement for our Operations Director Jill, to celebrate Jill’s 18 years at TCOYD!

The fun thing about charcuterie boards is that there are endless variations, and the boards can be as big or as small as you want them to be.  You can also add plenty of options for people with different dietary needs.

Here’s what we used for ours:

  • 1 bunch green grapes
  • 1 bunch black grapes
  • 1 bunch red grapes
  • Trader Joe’s Greek Olive Medley
  • Trader Joe’s Rosemary Marcona Almonds
  • Trader Joe’s Fig Butter
  • Trader Joe’s Pistachio Pomegranate Crisps
  • Trader Joe’s Scalloped Cracker Trio
  • Trader Joe’s Honey Graham Crackers
  • Columbus Sliced Peppered Salami
  • Daniele Gourmet Deli Selection meats
  • Trader Joe’s Triple Cream Brie Cheese
  • Trader Joe’s Sharp Cheddar Cheese
  • Trader Joe’s Dill Havarti Cheese
  • Trader Joe’s Blood Orange Chocolate Chip Ricotta Cheese
  • Kerry Gold Dubliner Cheese

For a lower carb board, you can substitute blackberries or blueberries for the grapes, a stone ground or specialty mustard for the spread, and lower carb crackers or chips.

  1. Can you suggest a diabetic charcuterie for someone who goes to Walmart?

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      Hi Danielle, the fun thing about a charcuterie board is that you can get whatever goodies you like! Almost all of the types of products listed in the recipe are available at Walmart. You can pick out your favorite cheeses, nuts, crackers, spreads, olives, etc and create your own!

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