I don’t know about you, but I LOVE a good charcuterie board. There is just something about meat, cheese, and carbs that goes oh so well together.
Recently, my husband and I found a local restaurant that lets you build your own charcuterie board, and it is just SO good. I wish more places did this! I love getting to choose things I know I’ll like, while also having the opportunity to try new things. I also love that we usually eat everything we pay for, since we get to pick out all the things.
charcuterie board and drinks from our last trip to Domaine South 🙂
All that said, eating here has inspired us to start making our own charcuterie boards at home, and I have a super easy and delicious spread to share with you guys that you can make with ingredients from the one and only Target (said in my best Kalen Allen voice — click here if you don’t know what I’m talking about)!
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Sharing all the details with you here in this section, and then I’ll share a shopping list at the end that you can save or screenshot for your next Target run!
1. BAKED FETA DIP
The baked feta dip is one of my FAVORITE things in this spread, and it is so easy to make. Paired with the french baguette, it is sure to be a crowd favorite. I use this recipe by Pumpkin N’ Spice, and it’s amazing!
You will need: feta cheese, cream cheese, red bell pepper, garlic powder, and dried basil.
** Note, in the shopping list, I do NOT include garlic powder or dried basil — so if you don’t have any, you’ll want to add them to your list **
2. FRENCH BAGUETTE
Delicious, cheap, easy, and literally pairs well with anything!
3. KERRYGOLD DUBLINER IRISH CHEESE
The Kerrygold Dubliner cheese is an aged Irish cheese that (in my opinion) tastes a lot like a very sharp cheddar mixed with a Parmesan or something. Since it is an aged cheese, it’s a little dry and slightly crumbly!
Nothing fancy here! Honey goes great with many cheeses on this board (Dubliner, white cheddar, brie, honey goat cheese), so it’s a great condiment to add to your spread.
** Note, in the shopping list, I do NOT include honey — so if you don’t have any, you’ll want to add it to your list **
5. SALAMI TRIO
I feel like salami is something that many people enjoy on a charcuterie board, and this Columbus Charcuterie Trio is great, because it has a dry, peppered, and calabrese option. The peppered is my favorite!
6. TRAIL MIX
Any trail mix would be great here, but Favorite Day has a bunch of fun and unique varieties that I have very much enjoyed trying. With this charcuterie board, I used the Neapolitan Sundae Trail Mix and it was SO good!
7. EVERYTHING BAGEL SEASONING
I love to put everything bagel seasoning on a soft cheese like laughing cow or goat cheese. Here, I think it goes really well on the honey goat cheese, especially if you like the idea of salty and sweet.
Nothing fancy here either. Fruit is always a good idea for a charcuterie board, and grapes are perfect for layering in to add some color to your board and to break up the meat and cheese.
9. PEPPER JACK CHEESE
Pepper jack is one of my favorite cheeses, and these pre-sliced Tillamook cracker cuts are so delicious, and perfectly sized for a charcuterie board. I love the fact they’re already sliced for you, and that the packaging is re-sealable, which is great for packing up leftovers.
10. EXTRA SHARP WHITE CHEDDAR CHEESE
I also got the extra sharp white cheddar Tillamook cracker cuts, and I love them too for all the reasons mentioned above. This cheese with the peppered salami is sooooo good!
11. GOOD & GATHER ENTERTAINMENT COLLECTION CRACKERS
A coworker recommended these to me, and they are the absolute best for putting together a charcuterie board. With six different types of crackers, there is sure to be something for everyone. Plus, a variety of shapes and sizes helps make your board aesthetically pleasing by adding interest. I also love that the round crackers are the same size as the salami, and that the packing is re-sealable!
12. HONEY GOAT CHEESE
Personally, I love goat cheese, and this Good & Gather honey goat cheese is tangy, tart, and delicious. It goes well with fig jam, everything bagel seasoning, honey, and literally any of the bread or crackers.
13. FIG & ROSEMARY CRACKER CRISPS
These are the BEST!! Like seriously, they are soo good. One of my favorite pairings in this spread is the garlic and herb cheese with these fig and rosemary cracker crisps.
14. BOURSIN GARLIC & HERB PUCK CHEESE
As mentioned above, this garlic & herb cheese with the fig and rosemary cracker crisps is sooo good. This cheese is one of my favorites, and really goes well on almost anything in this spread. I’ve paired it with an everything bagel before too, and it’s even better than cream cheese!
15. FIG JAM
Any kind of jam is great for a charcuterie board, but fig jam is a personal favorite! Plus, if you’re making the blackberry & fig baked brie below, it serves double duty! The Dalmatia Imports Fig Spread from Target is really good!
16. BLACKBERRY & FIG BAKED BRIE
Baked brie is easy and delicious, and the addition of blackberries and fig jam takes it to the next level! All I did to make this was pop the brie in the oven (rind on) with the baked feta dip, and cooked it until it was ooey and gooey inside (about 25 minutes). Once it was finished baking, I drizzled a couple of spoon fulls of fig jam on it, and topped it off with fresh blackberries. It is so good with the french baguette!
THE SHOPPING LIST
Save or screenshot this shopping list for your next Target run, or click on the list below to shop online and pickup in store!
A NOTE ON MY CHARCUTERIE BOARD & ACCESSORIES
The charcuterie board and accessories shown in these photos were previously gifted to me by Longaberger. While this post is not sponsored, I do truly love these pieces, and wanted to share the links with you here.
A CONCLUSION (CONGRATS ON MAKING IT TO THE END 🙂 )
That’s all for this easy and delicious charcuterie board! While some of these ingredients are specific to Target (like the Good & Gather brand products), you can find similar items at any grocery store near you.
Please note, this makes A LOT of food. We have been eating leftovers for a week and still have some left. It’s great for snacking on during the week though, and for making adult lunchables 😉
I hope this post helps you create the perfect charcuterie board! I’d love to hear what you think in the comments below (especially if you give this spread a try)!
Thank you for reading!