Build this Epic New Year’s Eve Charcuterie Board to ring in the new year.
Two years ago, I made this charcuterie board to celebrate the start of the 2020 year. Little did we all know what a turn the year would take. The tradition continues with a 2022 New Year’s board.
New Year’s Eve Charcuterie Board
What pairs perfectly with champagne and party hats? This epic New Year’s Eve Charcuterie board! 2019 has been the year of the charcuterie board, so I decided to kick it up a notch and create a literally spelled out charcuterie board. This has been an idea I’ve had all season, and I was so glad it turned out! For Christmas this year, I made a Christmas wreath charcuterie board and I thought with a few tweaks I could make something similar for the new year.
How to Make a New Year’s Eve Charcuterie Board
- Start with a large round board. I use a 20 inch round marble board. You can find it here: Charcuterie Board
- I purchased all the ingredients to build the board from Trader Joes.
- Start by centering the numbers, then build around those.
- I used uncured salami and prosciutto for the meats. Then I used diced cheddar and jack cheese sticks for the cheeses.
- Add fresh grapes, apple slices, crackers and bread.
- I also included Brie cheese, green olives, black olives, and sweet and spicy pecans.
- Since it is New Year’s Eve and we will have champagne, I include these amazing Chocolate Truffles.
Build this Epic New Year's Eve Charcuterie Board to ring in the new year.
- 8 oz Salami de Parma Italy
- 8 oz Prosciutto
- 10 oz sharp cheddar cheese sticks cubed
- 10 oz jack cheese sticks cubed
- 2 apples sliced
- 1 pound green grapes
- 1 pound red grapes
- 1 wedge Triple Creme Brie
- French Baguette
- Black Olives
- Green Olives
- Cocoa Truffles
More Charcuterie Board Ideas
- Hot Chocolate Dessert Board
- Christmas Charcuterie Board
- Harvest Charcuterie Board
- S’mores Dessert Board
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Thank you for the inspiration. I bought all of the ingredients yesterday evening at our local grocery store. (Not TJ’s.) My store had already cubed gouda and colby/jack so that’s what I went with. I did add a Honey/Fig spread to go with the Brie. I packed everything up to be assembled at the party, arrived, unpacked and realized my two apples never made it home and I forgot my giant board to lay it out. So I improvised! Each number had it’s own tray with other fixins around each. The first 2 on one platter, the 0 on another and so forth. It still turned out great and everyone loved the visual and the deliciousness. Happy New Year!
That sounds great! Too funny, I was actually telling my husband I was disappointed because I forgot the Fig Jam! It’s my favorite! Happy New Year!
Spelling 2020 with meats and cheeses is the coolest idea ever! I am definitely using it. Thanks for the inspo!
I LOVE a good meat and cheese board! So good and easy to customize! Really easy and great to make for any party! Maybe my birthday next time… 🙂
It all looks delicious! I love how you arranged the meat and cheese cubes into the shape of the numbers. So simple, but such a fun idea!
This looks so delicious and so pretty! I can’t wait to give this a try! My family and friends are going to love this!
This is such a great idea for New Year’s eve!! Thanks so much for sharing!
What a great idea to spell out the year with the cheese! I’m going to make this for my boys. We’re just staying home to ring in the new year but always need something to snack on.