Everyone loves a beautiful grazing board, displaying perfectly arranged snacks. Usually these boards are compiled with an assortment of cured meats and cheeses – but who says it can’t be whatever the heck you want on it? Boards are not only pretty to look at, they’re also really satisfying to make. They may seem a little intimidating at first. But trust me, If you give yourself some time to build it, your vegan charcuterie board can go head to head with any bountiful board you’ve seen on Instagram.
Pick Your Vegan Charcuterie Board Stars
The first thing you want to figure out is what kind of dips to use as the “mains” of the board. This one that I’ve made here, I wanted to have more savory, lunch-type options. I chose garlic and thyme tomato confit, jackfruit salad, and roasted poblano chickpea salad (you can find my recipe for the salad here). I made all three of these recipes ahead of time so that when I was ready to build, I just needed to place them on the board.