Gorgeous Charcuterie Bouquet DIY

Gorgeous Charcuterie Bouquet DIY

I love to entertain, and I am always looking for easy recipes for my next family gathering. I came across a similar bouquet in an AD on Pinterest and decided to try to replicate it, and add my own creative twist to this gorgeous arrangement.

Amigas! This recipe does not require any stovetop cooking, SCORE! This is more of a savory charcuterie tray. I invite you get creative and make your own! Don’t forget to sip on a luscious Cab or your favorite red wine while you make this. It will help get your creative juices flowing…

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I love to add lots of colors and textures to my recipes. I feel that when food looks good, the eating experience more pleasurable.

Charcuterie Bouquet

This savory charcuterie bouquet is great for entertaining and also makes great gift!

Course Appetizer
Keyword appetizer, charcuterie, cheese, diy, entertaining, recipe
Prep Time 30 minutes
Author Angela Camacho


  • 1 bunch Kale leaves with stems
  • 1 box Italian bread sticks will be used for bouquet stem
  • 1 bunch Asparagus microwave
  • 10-15 whole Kalamata Olives
  • 10 whole Mini Heirloom tomatoes choose colorful
  • 1-2 packs Swiss, Sharp, American Cheese or your cheese of choice
  • 1 mixed pack Salame, Calabrese, and Prosciutto or meat of choice
  • 10 leaves Basil


  1. 1. First choose a surface or charcuterie tray of choice.

    2. I began arranging the kale, then slowly I started adding the other food items.

    3. I arranged 4 breadsticks.( I let them pop out a bit)

    4. I microwaved the asparagus for 2.5 minutes.

    5. I wrapped the salami and cheeses around the head of the cooked asparagus to create flowers.

    6. I then added the colored mini heirloom tomatoes, olives, and grapes.

    7. Lastly, I added basil leaves where I felt it would look good.

    8. I added a ribbon and tied them around the breadsticks that I used for stems.

    This was a very fun recipe and was super easy to make!


I picked up most of the ingredients at Trader Joe’s, however you can find most of these items at your local grocery store.

I chose this Salami, Prosciutto, and Capocollo variety pack because it was more cost effective, and I thought the colors would look great in my arrangement.

At first, I began to work with thicker sliced cheeses, but then I realized it would be harder to arrange in my bouquet. Then, I ended up working with thin sliced cheeses because it was easier to add them.

I seasoned and microwaved this asparagus for 2.5 minutes. Easy breezy!

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Don’t forget to add a splash of color to your bouquet. I love the array of colors in these mini Heirloom tomatoes.

I don’t like pits in my olives, that’s why I really like these Greek Kalamata Olives from Trader Joe’s.

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Basil is a great addition to this bouquet, and it also makes it look more real.

Voilà! I truly loved how this turned out. You should definitely try to make it as well. You will definitely impress your family and friends and this would also make a great gift.

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