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Gluten Free Charcuterie Board: A Delicious and Inclusive Option!

Updated: Jan 31

These Charcuterie boards are a beautiful and delicious way to enjoy a variety of meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, and other snacks. They are perfect for entertaining guests or simply enjoying a special meal at home.

Gluten Free Charcuterie Board

Now, with Deux Pâtes gluten free bread, you can create an amazing charcuterie board without compromising on taste or appearance. There is not one single way to prepare a charcuterie board. It actually offers an opportunity to create a beautiful assortment of tasty snacks while giving food options that will satisfy all of your guests. Here are some tips and ingredients you can use.

Did you know?

Deux Pates baguettes and boules are also dairy-free. They are made with simple ingredients that many can enjoy!

The 3 3 3 3 rule

If you are not sure what to include on your board, follow this simple rule to and it will keep a nice balance while still providing many food combinations and options. Here are some suggestions to get your started for each of the food categories.

  • 3 meats (Calabrese Salami, Prosciutto and Capocollo)

  • 3 cheeses (Brie, Slice Pepper Jack, Sliced Colby)

  • 3 starches (Baguette, Plain boule, Rosemary Olive Boule)

  • 3 accompaniments (Fruit Spread, Olives, Raw Nut Blend)

* As always, for celiac and people with high sensitivity to gluten, make sure to purchase products that are free from cross-contamination. Look for the Gluten Free label or the Certified Gluten Free symbol on the products you buy.

You can also add a variety of sauces and dips to your board, such as hummus, mustard, and olive oil. This will give your guests more options to choose from and create a more interactive dining experience.

When arranging your charcuterie board, be sure to group similar items together and create a variety of heights. You can also use decorative elements such as herbs, flowers, and edible leaves to enhance the presentation.

Have fun and be creative! Bon appétit!

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