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Nothing says patio season like a bountiful charcuterie spread on the back deck with some of your best friends and neighbors! In fact, this quick and easy wine sampler is especially economical. That makes it suitable for get togethers where laying out a more expensive platter just isn’t very practical. These adorable charcuterie jars are perfect for a memorable and fun handheld charcuterie, and wine tasting party!

Best Charcuterie Jar Recipe

This recipe uses some fairly basic wine-pairing ingredients that you can easily find in your local grocery store. Skewers, a few good jars and some sides are all you need to put together these attractive and delicious looking wine tasting snack jars! Using this recipe, you can take the flavor combinations, mouthwatering bites, and fun of a charcuterie board and make it portable and personalized. Learn more about how you can make these unique wine tasting treats all your own, along with some inspiration.

Charcuterie Jars you can make at home

The best thing about these adorable handheld charcuteries is just that! They’re incredibly portable, making them a go-to for garden wine parties and outdoor occasions. Treat your guests to a no-fuss wine tasting with plenty of bites they can carry around with them using this recipe. If you’re looking for the easiest charcuterie to make at home, these ones might just be your best bet.

Charcuterie Jars On-The-Go, Just the way you Like it!

Personally, I like to keep things simple. If you’re throwing together a platter to enjoy with your favorite wine you’re in store for a treat. These individualized jars mean you can combine exactly the wine tasting finger-foods you love the most, all in one container. Plus, it will look phenomenal on your Instagram!

Catering to a variety of diets isn’t always easy when you’ve got enough people over, but these charcuterie jars allow you to easily separate ingredients to prevent cross-contamination for any particular food intolerance, allergies or aversions guests may have.

Salami and cheese skewer Charcuterie Jars

What type of Jars Should I use to Make These?

Of course, not just any jar will do! Since the whole purpose of the jar is for serving up some savory charcuterie, you’ve got to make sure it’s practical and sturdy enough for a job. As long as you opt for a wide-mouth jar that’s easy told hold and jab a small fork or pick. For that purpose, Ball jar, (traditional canning jars) are excellent for the task at hand. Plus, they’ve got a convenient lid which makes them great for packing up and storing in the fridge/cooler for later!

Ingredients:

  • Mixed nuts
  • Sliced pepperoni
  • Sliced salami
  • Mini pickles
  • Black olives
  • Cheese cubes
  • Babybel cheese
  • Bamboo sticks
  • Appetizer picks
  • Half pint jars
Making DIY charcuterie

Instructions:

  1. Fill each jar halfway full of mixed nuts.
  2. Place each of the ingredients on sticks or appetizer picks.
  3. Stick the sticks inside the jar, resting in the mixed nuts.
Customizable Charcuterie Jars

Customizable Charcuterie Jars

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Nothing says patio season like a bountiful charcuterie spread on the back deck with some of your best friends and neighbors! In fact, this quick and easy wine sampler is especially economical. That makes it suitable for get togethers where laying out a more expensive platter just isn’t very practical.

Ingredients

  • Mixed nuts
  • Sliced pepperoni
  • Sliced salami
  • Mini pickles
  • Black olives
  • Cheese cubes
  • Babybel cheese
  • Bamboo sticks
  • Appetizer picks
  • Half pint jars

Instructions

  1. Fill each jar halfway full of mixed nuts.
  2. Place each of the ingredients on sticks or appetizer picks.
  3. Stick the sticks inside the jar, resting in the mixed nuts.
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