Are you looking to host dinner parties, holiday celebrations, or a small get-together? It can be hard to ensure you have food for all of your guests, whether they eat meat, are vegetarian, or are vegan. The best part about charcuterie boards is you can customize them to your and your guest’s tastes. Plus, there is normally something for everyone! These vegetarian charcuterie board ideas are the perfect addition.

When special occasions come around, I always love pulling out my charcuterie board supplies and making a delicious grazing board that I know everyone will enjoy. If you are new to charcuterie boards or need to refresh your cutting board, cheese knives, etc. I’ve rounded up some great charcuterie board supplies for your next party.

10 Vegetarian Charcuterie board ideas

These traditional charcuterie boards are actually not so traditional. They are completely vegetarian or vegan. In recent years, people have been jumping on the charcuterie board train, and their guests and friends who don’t eat meat need options too!


Darn Good Veggies has some spicy, savory, and sweet options to ensure all guests have a tasty treat. A smaller board filled with delicious options from dried figs, spreadable cheese, and olives. I’d give this a 5 star rating!

Darn Good Veggies vegetarian charcuterie board with cheese, blueberries, and crackers.
A small and simple vegetarian charcuterie board.

2. Vegetarian Charcuterie Board

A great appetizer or charcuterie board doesn’t have to be covered with meat, and Simple and Savory has a veggie charcuterie board that will have people drooling! Grilled vegetables, chunks of avocado covered in everything seasoning, and even some hummus for dipping.

Simply and Savory vegetarian charcuterie board ideas with veggies, cheese, and dips.
A small board with roasted veggies.


A delicious appetizer board from Fork in the Kitchen that may not have any meat products but definitely has some delicious raw veggies like celery sticks, fruits, and some great dipping options.

Fork in the Kitchen creates a board with celery, crackers, artichoke, and dip.
A small board with a ton of flavor.


The French term charcuterie means deli meat, and if you feel like you still want to include some type of meat on your charcuterie boards. Hungry Healthy Happy has included vegan meats and other vegan options to create a yummy vegetarian charcuterie board and an epic vegan charcuterie board.

vegetarian charcuterie board ideas, fruits, veggies, dips, and more from Hungry Healthy Happy
An epic vegan and vegetarian charcuterie board!

5. vegetarian charcuterie board

Whether you’re wanting to include homemade hummus or guacamole, this vegetarian charcuterie board from Wholefood Soulfood Kitchen is a great choice. All you need is a wooden board, crispy crackers, a variety of cheeses, and fresh fruit like blackberries and grapes. Your date night, game night, or any other party time! 

Wholefood Soulfood Kitchen veggie charcuterie board with crackers, fruit, cheese, and dips.
Dips, crackers, and fruits make this a delicious option.

6. Epic Vegetarian Charcuterie Board (and How to Build it)

The Fiery Vegetarian has a healthy charcuterie board that is sure to be a great addition to your appetizers. There are so many great choices for a vegetarian board that will allow you to include a variety of flavors. You can include cheeses, olives, and other sweet fruits.

the fiery vegetarian created a charcuterie board with many cheese, cracker, and nut options.
A ton of vegetarian and vegan options for all.


If you have friends who live a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, you want to ensure they have good choices when they come over. A good option is a vegetarian or vegan snack board. Del’s Cooking Twist has a holiday season board (Halloween season) that is spooky, vegetarian, and delicious, including soft cheeses, vibrant colors, and smaller items like green grapes and oranges. 

vegetarian charcuterie board ideas, dels cooking twist a halloween themed grazing board.
A Halloween board that is perfect for the vegetarians and vegans in your life.


Making your own vegan charcuterie board that is perfect for brunch doesn’t have to be challenging. Orchids + Sweet Teas shows that the size of the board doesn’t matter. Using any flat surface, you can create the perfect vegan charcuterie board for breakfast. This vegan board is perfect for a small gathering.

brunch board, orchids and sweet tea. a board with waffles, granola, and fruit.
A brunch board full of fresh fruits and dips.

9. How to make a plant-based charcuterie board

This may be the best vegetarian charcuterie board that Closed Loop Cooking has made with plant-based ingredients like vegan cheese blocks, dark chocolate, fruit leather, and more. This meatless board is sure to please.

closed loop cooking, a vegetarian board with cheese, dates, bread, and more
A plant-based board full of deliciousness.

10. How to Make a Healthy, Vegan Charcuterie Board

The best vegan charcuterie board comes from Food Revolution Network if you or your friend are not a meat eater. Then this vegan cheese board includes small bowls of vegetables, dips, and tempeh bacon. Although the French word charcuterie means deli, it doesn’t mean you can’t find other options. A simple charcuterie board that could easily become a main course.

vegetarian charcuterie baord from food revolution with carrots
A bright charcuterie board that anyone can eat.

Remember, when putting together any of these vegetarian charcuterie board ideas, you’ll want to follow this rule of thumb. You should always include larger items and small items, and no matter what size board you are using, FILL IT UP! Although you may think it hard to find vegan and vegetarian options, your local grocery store will have plenty! 

Are you looking for different types of charcuterie boards? Try these out.

Vegan Charcuterie Board Recipes

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