December 07, 2019 at 02:00PM by CWC

If you head to the snack table the second you get to a party, you’re not alone. I mean, who doesn’t prefer a plateful of food over awkward convos? While bowls of tortilla chips are great, you know you’ve hit the jackpot when you spot a charcuterie board. And spoiler alert: The vegan versions are just as great as the originals.

Unlike a crudités platter, which is primarily raw veggies and dip, a charcuterie board is a collection of prepared meats and fancy cheeses. (Not the most vegan-friendly appetizer in the world.) But by swapping in some tasty plant-based meats and dairy-free cheeses, then rounding everything out with an assortment of veggies, fruit, crackers, and delicious dips, you’ll have a combo that will be a hit at any party. Let these vegan charcuterie boards inspire you to create your own.

These bloggers have the prettiest vegan charcuterie boards around

Photo: Emilie Eats

1. Emilie Eats

There’s no real meat needed when you have thinly-sliced vegan ham and veggie sausages.

Photo: Fit Living Eats

2. Fit Living Eats

The nutrient-rich crackers on this board are made from nuts, seeds, and whole grains.

Photo: Well Vegan

3. Well Vegan

Instead of making meat the center of this board, it’s all about the vegan smoked paprika basil goat cheese.

Photo: Make Mary

4. Make Mary

The secret to making an Insta-worthy board? Super-colorful veggies.

Photo: Jillian Harris

5. Jillian Harris

Alongside olives, nuts, and a pretty pink beet dip is vegan sausage and veggie roast beef, as well as vegan nut-based cheese.

Photo: The Plant Philosophy

6. The Plant Philosophy

The stars of this board are the lemon cranberry cashew cheese ball and red pepper and quinoa dip.

Everything you need to know about intuitive eating:

Thinking about adding hummus to your board? Here’s why it’s a nutritional goldmine. The find out which dip is the healthiest between hummus and guac.

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Author Tehrene Firman | Well and Good
Selected by CWC

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