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This breakfast charcuterie board is filled with pancakes, waffles, fruit and more! It's perfect for entertaining, events, or a fun breakfast at home.
Reasons I Love this Recipe
- This is one of my favorite unique charcuterie board ideas! It's a great way to make breakfast more fun while offering a variety of different foods.
- Everything on this board is fully plant-based or vegan.
- You can curate your board to have all of your favorite breakfast foods.
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The below ingredients/food items are my recommendations and suggestions, but you are more than welcome to use any foods that you love best!
Pancakes: I love adding pancakes to these boards to make it a pancake charcuterie board.
Waffles: Adding waffles and making this a waffle charcuterie board is another great way to add substance to your board.
Fruit: This is a great way to add a bunch of nutrients, flavor, and bright pops of color to your board. I used a combination of citrus, berries, kiwi, and grapes.
Condiments: You can use tiny bowls and fill them with syrup, jelly, raisins, granola, peanut butter, etc.
This article has some great ideas for vegan pancake toppings.
Yogurt: I used a blueberry plant-based yogurt here, but feel free to use any flavor you like best.
Garnishes: I like using fresh herbs to garnish and in this instance, I used fresh sprigs of mint.
How to Make a Breakfast Charcuterie Board
Start by planning out what you will use on your breakfast and brunch boards.
Wash all fruit and prep/cut them according to your preference.
Add any condiments, granola, yogurt, etc. you might use to small dishes.
Make the pancakes, waffles, and let them cool just slightly.
Arrange everything on your board, garnish, and serve.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I store leftovers? Store leftovers separately from each other in airtight containers in the fridge.
Can I change the ingredients/foods used? Yes! See the section below for some ideas.
How many people does this serve? The board pictured is usually enough for four people, plus some leftovers. You can make your board bigger/smaller based on the crowd you're planning to serve.
Substitutions and Additions
You can remove anything you don't like within the original recipe. I strongly recommend and encourage adding something back in to keep a wide variety of options.
This will help keep your board full of unique foods, textures, and flavors for your breakfast guests to enjoy.
Here are some ideas of what else you might add:
- Air Fryer Breakfast Potatoes
- Toast with jams, jellies, nut butters
If you enjoyed this recipe, be sure to try some of my other plant based recipes next:
Breakfast Charcuterie Board
- 1 large serving board
- 4 pancakes
- 4 waffles
- 1 cup plant based yogurt
- 1 cup grapes
- 1 cup strawberries
- 1 cup granola
- ½ cup blueberries
- 1 orange
- 1 kiwi
- Wash and prep/slice all produce.
- Make the pancakes and waffles according to package or alternate recipe instructions.
- Assemble all foods onto a large serving board.