Bunny Charcuterie Board

Fresh, crispy, and overflowing with springtime snacks, a bunny charcuterie board is a fun way to serve snacks on Easter. Use this with your other Creative Easter Ideas this year for an unforgettable holiday.

Is your Easter holiday filling up with parties, projects, and more things to do than you have time? Then you need to save time on something, so let this appetizer board save your sanity.

This snack board looks really intricate and impressive, but you can put it together in mere minutes.

A bunny made of cheese in the center of a fruit and vegetable charcuterie board.

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When you follow my tutorial, you’ll create a snack board with colors that draw everyone to it. The green and blue shades on the bottom with the bright orange shades on top – it all just works.

And the bunny in front is just cheese wheels stacked to look like a bunny.

Even the meat roses are simple. Keep reading and learn how to make an Easter charcuterie board for your party.

I have another Easter charcuterie board with cheese bunnies that is also perfect for any spring celebration or baby shower charcuterie!

ingredients for an Easter Bunny charcuterie board

Bunny Charcuterie Board Ingredients:

Just like with any charcuterie board that you make, you can use your favorite fruits, veggies, and snack foods on the board. You don’t have to follow my recipe exactly.

But it’s also so much easier to follow a recipe – I get it! So, here is a short list of what I used to make my bunny charcuterie board, along with any notes about them.

  • Sliced Meat: Use your favorite processed meta, like prosciutto, salami or ham
  • Sliced Cheese: I used provolone
  • Brie Cheese: This is for the bunny shape.
  • BabyBel Cheese: This is for the bunny shape too
  • Goat Cheese: These make the shape for the bunny’s ears.
  • Asparagus: The long, vertical shapes add direction to the sides of the plate.
  • Grapes: Use the grapes to fill in any gaps in the board
  • Carrots: All bunnies need to eat carrots! Cut them into sticks.
  • Blueberries: They add the contrasting blue colors.
  • Raspberries: This berry adds a lovely color to the board.
  • Strawberries: Slice them into small pieces so they’re easier to eat.
  • Tomatoes: Use a small variety, like cherry or grape tomatoes.
  • Nuts: Add your favorite types or leave them out.
  • Cucumber: Don’t peel them and add them to the bottom with the green colors.
  • Olives: These are optional but they add to the green colors.
  • Apricots: Dried apricots are best on snack boards and match the orange colors at the top.
  • Deviled Eggs: Use your favorite deviled egg recipe.
  • Sauces: I added whole-grain mustard and honey to the board in individual bowls.
  • Garnish: Fresh rosemary and parsley are perfect garnishes.

After you get all your ingredients together, all you have to do is organize them on your board!

I like to prep some of the ingredients ahead of time. Pre-blanche the asparagus, make the deviled eggs, and peel the carrots.

Then, all you have to do is arrange everything on the board!

A bunny made of cheese in the center of a fruit and vegetable charcuterie board.

How To Make The Bunny Cheese

The bunny in the middle of the board is the centerpiece. And it’s super simple to create.

First, place the round brie cheese in the middle of the serving board.

Second, add the BabyBel cheese rounds as the two paws and one on top as the bunny’s tail.

how to make a bunny out of cheese

Third, add logs of goat cheese as the fluffy white ears.

That’s it! No fancy piping or complicated decorating is required.

More Easter Ideas

What else will you add to your party? Here are some recipes and decoration ideas that you can use for your party, too!

How To Make Salami Roses

These salami roses will also grab everyone’s attention. Here’s how to make them.

First, cut the salami slices in half.

how to make a salami rose step by step

Second, roll each piece of salami in a different direction.

Finally, place a toothpick through the salami rose to keep it together.

how to make a bunny charcuterie board step by step

Are you ready for the recipe? Here you go! You can even print this out.

Supplies you’ll need

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Bunny Charcuterie Board

Fresh, crispy, and overflowing with springtime snacks, a bunny charcuterie board is a fun way to serve snacks on Easter.
Prep Time10 minutes
Active Time30 minutes
Total Time40 minutes
Course: Appetizer
Keyword: Bunny Charcuterie Board
Servings: 10 people


  • Serving Board
  • Kitchen Scissors
  • Toothpicks


  • 1/2 pound Sliced meat like prosciutto, salami or ham
  • 1/2 pound Sliced Cheese like provolone
  • 1 Round Brie Cheese
  • 3 BabyBel Cheese Rounds
  • 1 log Goat Cheese
  • 1/2 pound Asparagus blanched
  • 1 cup Grapes
  • 1 cup Carrots peeled and cut into sticks
  • 1 cup Blueberries
  • 1 cup Raspberries
  • 1 cup Strawberries
  • 1 cup Cherry Tomatoes halved
  • 1 cup Nuts
  • 1 cup Cucumber sliced
  • 1/2 cup Olives
  • 1 cup Dried Apricots
  • 6 Deviled Eggs
  • 1/4 cup Whole Grain Mustard or honey
  • Fresh Rosemary Sprigs for garnish


Make The Roses

  • Slice the meats and/or cheeses in half. Lay the slices flat and slightly overlap them. 
  • Roll the sheet tightly from one end to create a central bud. 
  • Then, arrange additional slices around the bud, gradually forming layers to resemble rose petals. 
  • Secure the layers with toothpicks as needed. Finally, shape and fluff the petals to achieve a more realistic rose appearance. 

Arrange The Board

  • Place the Brie in the middle. On the brie round, place one round of babybel. Prop the other two rounds of babybel under the round of brie.
  • Cut and shape the goat cheese into two ears. Place the ears over the brie.
  • Arrange the remaining ingredients in a balanced manner across the board to resemble a garden. Fill in any empty spaces with rosemary sprigs.
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Susan B

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Hi, I’m Susan! Thanks for stopping by Oh My! Creative. I like to have fun, make fun things…you know, create stuff! I love DIY, decorating and design and like any girl…shopping and lunch!
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