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Easter Vibes: How to Craft a Stylish Charcuterie Easter Egg!

Hey, party peeps! Easter is just around the corner, and you know what that means – it's time to hop into some seriously stylish snacking! In this post, we're serving up the deets on how to create a show-stopping Charcuterie Easter Egg that'll have your guests' taste buds doing a happy dance.



Packed with creamy cheeses, savory bites, and sweet treats, this edible masterpiece is the ultimate way to celebrate the season. Ready to bring some Easter vibes to your spread? Let's dive in and get crafty!


Don't worry it will be easy peasy! Check out the tutorial below to help you out!



Here is what you are going to need. Feel free to swap out what I used for what you have access to.


Ingredients:

  • Honey goat cheese (@celebrity_goat)

  • Brie wedges coated in Peruvian seasoning & topped with Fresh dill

  • TJ’s Rosemary Asiago cheese slices

  • Rosemary croccantini crackers (on the side)

  • Fresh strawberries, sliced in half

  • Easter-colored sugar cookies I found at my local Whole Foods


Directions:

  1. Get Your Ingredients Ready: First things first, gather up your ingredients and get ready to assemble the most egg-citing Easter treat of all time! Think creamy honey goat cheese, baby Brie wedges, flavorful Peruvian seasoning, and fresh dill – we're talking flavor explosions left and right!

  2. Shape Up: Lay down your canvas (aka a large oval serving platter) and start sculpting that egg shape with the honey goat cheese. Roll it into tiny egg-like balls and arrange them in a neat row – it's all about that picture-perfect presentation!

  3. Add Some Flair: Now it's time to get fancy with those Brie "carrots." Sprinkle them with Peruvian seasoning and pop a sprig of fresh dill into the tops to give them that extra carrot oomph. Place them on the platter right in the middle in a zig zag pattern.

  4. Bring on the Cheese: No Easter spread is complete without some seriously scrumptious cheese! Slice up that TJ’s Rosemary Asiago cheese and arrange it on your platter.

  5. Crunch Time: Don't forget the crunch factor! Break out those rosemary croccantini crackers and arrange them around the edges of your platter. They're the perfect vehicle for scooping up all that cheesy goodness.

  6. Sweet Surprises: Time to add a touch of sweetness to your spread! Slice up some fresh strawberries and scatter them around your platter for a burst of freshness. And those Easter-colored sugar cookies? They're the cherry on top of this epic Easter treat!



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