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Gluten is a protein that is found in wheat, barley, and rye. Some people have an intolerance to it which means when they eat it, they can get pretty sick. Cheese and crackers go so well with wine, but most crackers have gluten in them. If you or someone you know has a gluten intolerance, a Gluten-Free Cheeseboard is an option! 

Gluten-Free Cheeseboard

cheese board ideas that are gluten free

What is Gluten Intolerance?

If a person has a gluten intolerance, they can have digestive problems. Sometimes this intolerance is confused with Celiac disease or a food allergy. All of these conditions are treated by avoiding certain foods, but they are not the same conditions. Unlike other conditions, Gluten intolerance involves the digestive system. 

Signs of Gluten Intolerance

If you don’t feel your greatest after eating wheat, rye, or barley, you could have a Gluten intolerance. Check out the signs below to see if you do!

  • Bloating
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Smelly feces
  • Abdominal pain
  • Headaches
  • Feeling tired
  • Dermatitis herpetiformis
  • Depression
  • Weight Loss
  • Iron deficiency (Anemia)
  • Anxiety
  • Joint and muscle pain
  • Brain fog

Keep in mind that each of these symptoms on this list can have other explanations. If you are regularly experiencing some of these symptoms each time you eat a certain type of food, you should check to see if it has Gluten. 

Gluten-Free Cheeseboard

If you or someone you know has a gluten intolerance, you can still have your crackers, cheese, and wine. In fact, there are so many gluten-free options available now that you can pretty much make anything gluten-free. Here’s what you need to make your Gluten-Free Cheeseboard! 

What’s on this Gluten-free Cheeseboard

 
Salami
Apricots and Cheese
Thin Sliced Meat and Cheese ball
Cheese Ball

How to Make a Gluten-free Cheeseboard

Before you get started, make sure you have one of these Extra Large Cheese Boards to place everything on. Then, follow the directions below to create a mouthwatering Gluten-Free Cheeseboard. 

Place the cheeses equal distances apart on the board.
Everything on the Cheeseboard
Place the green olives in a jar and place alongside the Havarti.
Green Olives, crackers and cheeses
Add the crackers alongside the cheeses.
Gluten-Free Cheeseboard
Make a generous pile of the dried apricots beside the Brie cheese.
Gluten-Free Cheeseboard
Fan out the meats and place them in two separate places on the board.
Meats, Cheeses, Crackers
Add in the green pea snacks and cashews in any large remaining spaces.
 
In any small spaces, add small handfuls of the coconut chips.
 
Items on Gluten-Free Cheeseboard
Don’t forget to pin this fabulous Cheeseboard to Pinterest!
Gluten-Free Cheeseboard
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