Apple Slice Charcuterie Board

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This delightful, colorful Apple Slice Charcuterie Board has all the fixings, including fruit jam, almond butter, dairy-free chocolate, mixed nuts, and fresh fruit! It’s a delicious way to brighten up breakfast, brunch, or a gathering! {Gluten-Free + Vegan}


  • Granny Smith, Pink Lady, or Jonagold apples
  • Almond butter or other nut butter of choice
  • Jam or jelly of choice
  • Fresh fruit
  • Mixed nuts
  • Allergen-friendly chocolate (chips and melted)


  • Wooden charcuterie board or slate cheeseboard
  • Spoons for serving, if needed


  1. First, place empty dishes that will be used for dips as desired on a charcuterie board or cheeseboard. Set aside.
  2. Next, stand apples upright on a cutting board and slice them according to desired thickness. If you’d like your apple slices to be flat on both sides, then trim off a small section of the rounded portion of the apple and set aside but don’t discard.
  3. After that, layer the apple slices in rows or as desired on your charcuterie board. If you’d like to add a chocolate drizzle, this is a great time to do so. See Notes below for suggestions. Once your drizzles have been, well, drizzled, continue by filling in the rest of the board with fresh fruit, mixed nuts, and chocolate pieces. Fill the dishes with desired melted chocolate, nut butters, jams, or jellies.
  4. Serve and enjoy!


  • For best results, place the dip dishes on the charcuterie board apart from each other. This allows people to maneuver around the charcuterie board more easily to get the treats they want.
  • To drizzle the chocolate, first melt it with a dollop of coconut oil in the microwave. Then carefully pour the melted chocolate into the corner of a sandwich baggie. Seal the baggie tightly and then trim a small section of the corner. Drizzle over the apple slices in a pendulum motion. Discard the baggie (or grab a spoon and scoop out the remaining deliciousness).
  • When slicing the apples, you may find that two sides produce wider, larger slices and two sides produce smaller, narrower slices. Each one has its purpose. The wider slices are perfect for the aforementioned drizzles. The smaller, narrower slices are ideal for dipping. Also ideal for dipping or scooping? Those little rounded slices mentioned in Step 1. Nothing needs to go to waste in this recipe!