Seasonal Fall Charcuterie Board

Charcuterie boards are all the rage right now, so today I have partnered with Have a Plant to show you how to put together a fall charcuterie board that you can show off at any gathering.

I am so excited to show this delicious spread! When we think something is delicious, it is not only based on our sense of taste, but also on what we can see, touch, hear and smell. I don’t know about you, but if I’m going to combine all of those senses, a charcuterie board is how I’d choose to do it.

Ring in the holiday cheer with plants! This combination has a focus on fruit and nutritious pairings for a flavorful feast and feel-good eats!

Ingredients for This Fall Charcuterie Board

  • Dried fruit: figs, dates, apricots, prunes
  • Fresh fruit: Persimmon slices, blueberries, strawberries
  • Cheese: parmesan, cheddar
  • Meat/Fish: Prosciutto, roast beef, lox
  • Nuts & Seeds: Almonds, pumpkin seeds
  • Extras: Olives (black, green), pumpkin butter, whole grain crackers
  • Decor: Small pumpkins

This mixture is packed with nutritious foods, providing a range of vitamins, minerals, and macronutrients to keep your body fueled and healthy this season.

How Do you Make a Fall Charcuterie Board?

So first, how do you make a beautiful fall charcuterie board? You want to start by gathering all of your ingredients. I have a mix of dried fruit, fresh fruit, cheese, meat/fish, seeds, and a few extra goodies.

  1. Start by adding the meat.
  2. Next, add your cheese.
  3. Add the crackers.
  4. Place the olive bowl on the board.
  5. Add the fresh figs and fresh persimmons.
  6. Add some loose blueberries and strawberries onto the board.
  7. Add the pumpkin decorations.
  8. Add the dried fruit.
  9. Sprinkle the nuts and seeds around the board.
  10. Place your pumpkin butter on the board.

There isn’t anything cuter than small pumpkins! I like adding a few of these to make the colors pop and to make it feel extra festive. They’re great to add throughout the board as statement pieces.

You can add each food in more than one place to make it easier for people to grab based on where they’re sitting. And voila! A colorful, seasonal, and delicious mix of foods for fall. Adjust any placements as needed to make the board exactly how you want it to look!

Fall charcuterie board
Prep Time: 5 minutes
CuisineAmerican, Mediterranean


  • Serving board
  • Cheese knives


  • Dried figs
  • Dried dates
  • Dried apricots
  • Prunes
  • Fresh persimmon slices
  • Fresh blueberries
  • Fresh strawberries
  • Parmesan cheese
  • Cheddar cheese
  • Prosciutto
  • Roast beef
  • Lox
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Almonds
  • Olives black, green
  • Pumpkin butter
  • Whole grain crackers
  • Small pumpkins for decor


  • Start by adding the meat – prosciutto, roast beef, and salmon.
  • Next, add your cheese – cheddar and parmesan. Make sure to add a knife for anyone who needs to cut the cheese.
  • Add the crackers either in one section or in different piles throughout the board.
  • Place the olive bowl on the board.
  • Add the fresh figs and fresh persimmons.
  • Add some loose blueberries and strawberries onto the board.
  • As you go through, add the pumpkin decorations as you add the foods, and adjust as needed.
  • Next add the dried fruit – figs, apricots, dates, and prunes.
  • Sprinkle the nuts and seeds around the board – almonds and pumpkin seeds.
  • Place your pumpkin butter on the board in a small bowl or in the jar.
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At your next get-together, serve up this fall charcuterie board filled with dried and fresh fruits, veggies, tasty meats and fish, cheeses, and more! It won’t disappoint! Add as much or as little of each ingredient as you know your guests better than anyone else.

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