Vegan Charcuterie Boards That Everyone Will Love

Mediterranean Vegan Charcuterie Board

The holiday season is upon us, which mean it’s party time friends! I don’t know about you, but nothing says “party” to me more than an abundance of delicious snacks. Hence the reason why I love charcuterie boards!

In this charcuterie board roundup, I’ll be inspiring you with some vegan charcuterie boards that are bound to  impress your guests at your next get together. 

If the thought of creating a charcuterie board is a little intimidating, be sure to check out my post on How to Craft the Perfect, Simple Charcuterie Board DIY first!

Vegan Charcuterie Board Roundup

Vegan tofu skewers
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Pineapple Tofu Skewers

Just looking at these are making my mouth water! Tofu is a great vegan treat, since it pairs perfectly with any sauce, veggie, or cheese that you put with it.

You could also opt-out of a board for these, and put them in a charcuterie box instead! You can find my Easy Individual Charcuterie Box DIY here.

Instructions & inspiration here

Vegan hummus charcuterie board
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Epic Vegan Hummus Board

What makes this board so epic? Not only is this board HUGE, but there’s a little something for everyone here – and it’s all vegan! The true star of the show here though is the hummus. Using different styles of hummus like thai coconut curry, kale pesto, spicy avocado, and buffalo style, the dipping options are endless!

Instructions & inspiration here

Vegan cheese board
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Vegan Cheese Board

When you hear the word charcuterie, you probably get the image of cheese in your head. And just because you’re making a vegan board doesn’t mean you have to ditch the cheese! Cheeses like smoked gouda, cheddar, and brie are just some of the amazing cheeses you can use for this vegan cheese board.

Instructions & inspiration here

Vegan chocolate charcuterie board
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Vegan Chocolate Charcuterie Board

This board is perfect since it can be scaled up or down depending on how many people you are serving. But the best part about this board? This chocolate board is vegan, and gluten free! So grab some champagne, and pair it with this board for a  perfect romantic date night in.  

Instructions & inspiration here

Mediterranean Vegan Charcuterie Board
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Mediterranean Vegan Charcuterie Board

This is a great example of how versatile charcuterie boards can be.  It doesn’t always have to be just cheese and meats. You can always add fruits, veggies, dips, or whatever you’re craving in that moment. And like this board, you can even use the flavors of your favorite type of cuisine as inspiration. Have fun with it!

Instructions & inspiration here

Vegan sweet potato black bean quesadillas
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Sweet Potato Black Bean Quesadillas

In my opinion, a charcuterie board should be filled with any type of snack you desire – including quesadillas! Using your favorite dips like guacamole, corn, and pico de gallo, these sweet potato and black bean quesadillas will be a huge hit with you friends. And the fact that they’re vegan makes it even better.

Instructions & inspiration here

Vegan charcuterie board ingredients
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Vegan Charcuterie Board Ingredients

Shopping vegan can be a little daunting if you’re not used to it. Which is why this breakdown is helpful! You don’t have to use everything here, but it’s a great example that a vegan charcuterie board can still be sweet and savory. 

Instructions & inspiration here

Common Charcuterie Board Questions

How to make a vegan charcuterie board?
When shopping for you favorite vegan charcuterie items, there’s a few elements you’ll want to keep in mind. Those are: salty, sweet, savory, and spicy. As long as you have these elements, no matter if it’s vegan or not, you’ll have a winning charcuterie board.

How to arrange a charcuterie board?
A classic charcuterie board consists of a wooden tray or cutting board, but don’t worry if you don’t have those! You just want a vessel big enough to make your snacks look abundant, and not sparse. I like to start in the middle with small items, and work my way out, placing the larger items as I go.

If you make a vegan charcuterie board inspired by this post, be sure to take a picture on Instagram and tag me @winewithpaige!

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