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Jarcuterie Mason Jars

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Jarcuterie Mason Jars are a fun alternative to a charcuterie board. These mason jar appetizers are individually portioned Charcuterie mason jars. They are an easy party idea to serve at your next gathering.

Jarcuterie Mason Jars are a fun alternative to a charcuterie board. These mason jar appetizers are individually portioned Charcuterie mason jars. They are an easy party idea to serve at your next gathering.
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Do you love making charcuterie boards? Why not personalize them. Jarcuterie Mason Jars are a fun alternative to a charcuterie board. These mason jar appetizers are individually portioned in mason jars. They are an easy party idea to serve at your next gathering. Fill these mason jars with your favorite cheeses, meats, and condiments for a perfectly portioned snack idea. These Jarcuteries are your own personal charcuterie board.

I’ve been on a charcuterie board kick lately. Be sure to check out my post on how to make a charcuterie board, how to make a dessert board and how to make fancy deli meat roses too.

I first discovered this cool idea from my girl Ree – as in Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman. She always is so creative and I saw her charcuterie in a jar by The Pioneer Woman in her magazine.

Charcuterie mason jars are a fun party idea or snack idea. These perfectly portioned jars are filled with meats, cheeses, crackers olives and condiments that you often find on a traditional grazing board. You can get really creative with these too. Add your own spin of these fun individual appetizers.

This mason jars are also fun to take on a picnic or serve at a backyard bbq.

How To Make Jarcuterie Mason Jars:

You will need the following to assemble the jars.

8-12 oz jars

Picnic Basket (optional)

Small Cookie Cutters (optional) 

Bamboo Skewers

Jarcuterie Mason Jars are a fun alternative to a charcuterie board. These mason jar appetizers are individually portioned Charcuterie mason jars. They are an easy party idea to serve at your next gathering.

Charcuterie Jar Ingredients 

Cold Cuts (I used ham, turkey and pepperoni) 

Crackers 

Peanuts, Walnuts, Almonds or Cashews

Pretzel Sticks 

Slice Cheese 

Block Cheese 

Grapes and or strawberries

Rosemary Sprigs for garnish

How To Assemble the Jarcuterie Jars

Cut the block cheese to the appropriate thickness and length for your cookie cutters. Use the cookie cutter to cut out the shapes.

Roll the cold cuts and sliced cheese.  Layer the items inside of the jars.

Use the skewers to string the grapes and cheese. This is an easy way to create height and dimension. Add the pretzel sticks.

Finish but adding the nuts throughout, this helps hold everything in place.

Jarcuterie Mason Jars are a fun alternative to a charcuterie board. These mason jar appetizers are individually portioned Charcuterie mason jars. They are an easy party idea to serve at your next gathering.
Jarcuterie Mason Jars are a fun alternative to a charcuterie board. These mason jar appetizers are individually portioned Charcuterie mason jars. They are an easy party idea to serve at your next gathering.

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Save these Jarcuteries for later. Pin the image below to your favorite Pinterest board.

Jarcuterie Mason Jars are a fun alternative to a charcuterie board. These mason jar appetizers are individually portioned Charcuterie mason jars. They are an easy party idea to serve at your next gathering.
Yield: 4 Jars

Jarcuterie Mason Jars (Charcuterie Jars)

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Jarcuterie Mason Jars are a fun alternative to a charcuterie board. These mason jar appetizers are individually portioned Charcuterie mason jars. They are an easy party idea to serve at your next gathering.

Ingredients

  • 8-12 oz jars
  • Small Cookie Cutters (optional)
  • Bamboo Skewers
  • Cold Cuts (I used ham, turkey and pepperoni)
  • Crackers
  • Peanuts, Walnuts, Almonds or Cashews
  • Pretzel Sticks
  • Slice Cheese
  • Block Cheese
  • Grapes and or strawberries
  • Rosemary Sprigs for garnish

Instructions

  1. Cut the block cheese to the appropriate thickness and length for your cookie cutters. Use the cookie cutter to cut out the shapes.
  2. Roll the cold cuts and sliced cheese.  Layer the items inside of the jars.
  3. Use the skewers to string the grapes and cheese. This is an easy way to create height and dimension. Add the pretzel sticks.
  4. Finish but adding the nuts throughout, this helps hold everything in place.

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