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Close up of charcuterie board with celery sticks and dips in bowls

How to Make a Charcuterie Board Plant-Based

Charcuterie boards are an easy way to serve up an entire platter of snacks for a party! Everyone will love this plant-based charcuterie board.
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1 board


  • Board for charcuterie, such as a cutting board or large basket


  • Dandy Fresh celery
  • Dandy Fresh radish coins
  • Dandy Fresh radishes
  • Dandy Fresh celery sticks
  • Fresh Cravings Smokehouse Almond Dip
  • Fresh Cravings Creamy Garlic Almond Dip
  • Fresh Cravings Kickin’ Queso Cashew Dip
  • Teriyaki Tofu
  • Vegan Feta Cheese
  • Mini Toast Crackers
  • Lemon wedges
  • Almonds
  • Cashews
  • Sunflower Seeds
  • Ritz Crackers
  • Grapes
  • Mustard
  • Triscuit Minis


  • Line a basket or board with parchment paper. Fill your celery sticks with dips and top with nuts and sunflower seeds. You can do this with a piping bag, condiment bottle, or a spoon.
    Close up of celery stick with nuts and dip
  • Add your Fresh Cravings dips to bowls for serving and place where you like on the board along with a small bowl of mustard.
    Row of three Fresh Cravings dips in front of celery charcuterie board
  • Spread crackers, whole radishes, and radish chips around the dip bowls.
    Close up of dips and sliced radishes on charcuterie board
  • Arrange large items on the board, such as your celery, celery sticks, cheeses, and Teriyaki tofu.
    Close up of charcuterie board with celery sticks and dips in bowls
  • Fill any remaining spaces with fresh fruits and nuts, like grapes, lemon wedges, cashews, and sunflower seeds.
    Dips, celery sticks, cheese, nuts, and crackers on a board



  • Size your board for your party. Anything from a small cutting board to a large flat basket is a great choice.
  • Add plenty of color. Spread the colors out so everything blends together well!
  • Make sure to add variety! Add a little bit of everything, from crackers to fruit.
  • Balance out the flavors across the board. Offer sweet to savory flavors across the board.
  • Fill in the gaps! Leave no space out unfilled for a beautiful board.