Charcuterie Wreath

Making a Christmas Charcuterie Wreath is an easy and fun holiday appetizer idea. Antipasto skewers arranged into a festive wreath shape then decorated with rosemary will be a show stopping dish for all of your parties and feasts.

Christmas Charcuterie Board

This is less a recipe and more of a basic how-to. Gather all of your favorite antipasto foods, skewer them on large toothpicks then arrange into a wreath shape.

It is so, so easy but makes a big impact on that holiday appetizer table. Plus it is a great way to serve antipasto. Folks can just grab a few skewers instead of touching and pawing at everything on the platter. . .I’m talking to you, Aunt Betty!

This Antipasto Wreath is perfect for bringing to a party or dinner. It travels well and can be prepped ahead of time.

Ingredients Needed For Christmas Charcuterie – use all or just your favorites

Mozzarella Pearls
Green Olives
Black Olives
Marinated Artichoke Hearts
Mini Pickles
Roasted Red Peppers
Cherry Tomatoes
Micro Greens
Large Toothpicks
For my wreath I used: Salami, Mozzarella, Fontina, Dill Havarti, Green Olives, Black Olives, Marinated Artichokes, Roasted Red Peppers, Mini Pickles, Tomatoes, Rosemary Sprigs and Micro Greens.

Stick with white cheese as well as using green and red ingredients. The white, green and red makes for the prettiest antipasto wreath.

How To Make A Christmas Charcuterie Wreath

Gather your antipasto ingredients. Prep any that require chopping, slicing or cubing.
Skewer ingredients onto large toothpicks. Arrange in a wreath shape on a large round platter or serving board.
Transfer to refrigerator until ready to serve.

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