Keto Charcuterie Board

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If you’re looking for a kid friendly keto charcuterie board, you’ve come to the right place! Keto charcuterie is such a fun appetizer to serve at a party with friends!

Keto Charcuterie Board Recipe Video

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Low Carb Charcuterie Board Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup ranch dressing
  • 1 cucumber, sliced
  • 3 celery sticks, cut into 3 inch length pieces
  • 1 cup cubed cheddar cheese
  • 1/2 cup blueberries
  • 1/2 cup cherry tomatoes
  • 1/2 cup raspberries
  • 1/3 cup almonds
  • 6 beef sticks

Keto Charcuterie Board Directions

  • Keto Charcuterie Board
  • Low Carb Charcuterie Board

    cheeses, veggies and fruits on a white board next to napkins

    This keto friendly charcuterie board is perfect for kids as it is a fun way to get kids to eat fruit and vegetables. It also makes for a great appetizer if you are having guests or friends over. You can serve this low carb charcuterie at dinners, parties, Super Bowl Sundays, New Years Eve celebrations, barbecues or even backyard get-togethers! Your guests will be talking about your charcuterie board skills for ages after!

    Charcuterie boards are always a crowd pleaser. They have a really nice appearance as well as them tasting amazing! Most people tend to eat with their eyes first, so the more aesthetically pleasing your board is, the higher the chance that your guests will want to try everything from the board.

    blueberries, celery and nuts on a plate

    Typical charcuterie boards might not be the most keto friendly, but with the assortment of food that we mention below, you won’t have to worry about what you’re picking to eat from the board as everything is low carb! Putting a keto charcuterie platter together can be easy, fun to make and a very appetizing snack! If this is your first time making a charcuterie board, don’t worry as we have some tips and tricks which can help you make a beautiful and flavorful platter. They are also great as you can prepare them right before serving them or a few hours before and they don’t take long at all to make since they require no cooking or baking!

    What is a Charcuterie Board?

    Charcuterie boards are made with an assortment of meats and cheeses and some other delicious snacks and nibbles, in order to get a really nice presentation on a tray or platter. A wide variety of foods on your board means that there will be something for everyone to enjoy! The great thing about charcuterie boards is that there are no rules. You can place all of your appetizing low carbs snacks whichever way you think is best and make it look however you want. All it takes is a bit of creativity to assemble the board, but you can easily look up charcuterie board ideas for that. There’s a lot of different ways to make it and it will still look great.

    With so many different meats, cheeses and board fillers to choose from, your toughest task of the night will be deciding on what to include on your keto friendly charcuterie Board!

    blueberries next to celery sticks

    What is Charcuterie?

    Charcuterie is the French word for cured meats such as salami and prosciutto. The word Charcuterie is widely associated with the assortment of meats placed together with other snacks such as nuts, cheese and fruit. Charcuterie boards can be made differently according to season. For instance, you can include more berries for a Summer inspired charcuterie Board. However, charcuterie boards typically always have some types of meat and cheese.

    What to Put on Your Platter

    Here is how to make a beautiful keto friendly charcuterie board:

    • Step 1: Choose Your Charcuterie Board Platter and Serving Dishes. You can use a wooden board, marble slab, tray or platter – whichever you think is more aesthetically pleasing or which you already have in your kitchen. You can also add some small bowls or ramekins for the smaller ingredients such as olives and pickles.
    • Step 2: Select Your Dips & Spread. Some popular options for low carb dips and spreads which you can add to your charcuterie board are ranch dressing, creamy peanut butter or almond butter. Melted brie cheese also makes for a really nice and creamy dip!
    • Step 3: Pick your Cheese for your Board. There are various cheeses which you can use. The great thing about cheese is that there are a lot of kinds which are keto friendly! We prefer using cheddar cheese. However, smoked gouda, pepper jack cheese, brie and swiss are all delicious options that kids will love!
    • Step 4: Choose Your Meats. All of the antipasto options such as, salami, pepperoni, prosciutto, beef sticks, pancetta and chorizo are keto friendly and can be used. You can even fold slices of deli ham or turkey.
    • Step 5: Add in some Fruit and Vegetables. These make for the refreshing part of the charcuterie board. A lot of fruit and vegetables, especially fruit, are typically quite high in sugars, which make them not keto friendly. Good keto approved choices would be berries, such as strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and also avocado slices for fruit and for vegetables, celery, roasted red peppers, cherry tomatoes, cauliflower and broccoli florets are great choices as they pair well with the dips we mentioned above.
    • Step 6: Include Accompaniments to Fill In the Spaces. You can include any of your favorite low carb snacks on the board. Nuts such as brazil nuts, macadamia nuts, almonds, walnuts, pili nuts and pecans make for great keto friendly charcuterie board fillers. Some other low carb options are mini pickles, pickled onions, olives, pork rinds and keto crackers.
    healthy snacks on a white tray

    Tips and Tricks

    • Find flavors which pair well together. It’s good to have an assortment of tastes, color and textures on your serving tray.
    • Mix hard and soft cheese. This allows for wider variety of choice for guests as well as creates different texture, making the board more flavorful and better looking. If you want to go wild, add more textures such as crumbly, semi-soft and also semi-hard cheeses.
    • Take out cheeses from the refrigerator around 30 minutes before serving as they are best served at room temperature.
    • Place small serving knives and toothpicks for each different cheese to avoid mixing flavors. If you’re serving this to kids, do not add in any knives on the charcuterie board.

    Nutritional information & Macros

    Nutrition Information

    Keto Charcuterie Board

    Servings: 6

    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 274
    Fat 20.6g
    Protein 14.4g
    Total Carbs 8.7g
    Net Carbs 5.9g

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