JARCUTERIE {Charcuterie in a Jar}

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Jarcuterie {Charcuterie in a Jar} is an amazing combination of ingredients in individual cups. This amazing option keeps food-touching to a minimum and guests can grab the jars and go. They’re so easy and adorable!

Jarcuterie is so 2021! The more sanitary way to graze. And, it’s brilliant! Helloooo there Charcuterie Board in a Jar!!

JARCUTERIE {Charcuterie in a Jar}

JARCUTERIE {Charcuterie in a Jar}

You can make any theme Jarcuterie just like a charcuterie.

Some to try are

  1. Vegetable
  2. Fruit
  3. Dessert
  4. Candy
  5. Snack
  6. Holiday-themed – Valentine, Christmas, Easter
  7. Great for kids’ parties! It helps prevent the little hands from touching all the things. Here are kids’ Charcuterie Boards that you can use for inspiration for kids’ jarcuterie!
  8. Or, a little of fruit, vegetable, nut, meat, and cheese – like mine!

Unbelievable grazing in a jar, cup, martini glass, or individual serving piece that’s portable and easier than table or board spreads. You could even make a container for your Jarcuterie like my Treat Bowl made from a paper plate. As well, you could make a cone. I love these disposable containers!

If you not crafty, you can purchase food-safe paper cones here. If you choose cones, you really need a cone holder to serve and display them. There’s a variety of cone holders available in different price ranges. This one is attractive at a good price.

JARCUTERIE {Charcuterie in a Jar}


You can use the same ‘rules’ and suggestions that I wrote about in my ‘How to Assemble a Charcuterie Platter‘ for your Jarcuterie.

  1. Think about different colors, shapes, and flavors in mind as you select ingredients.
  2. You can choose from salami, pepperoni, summer sausage, Prosciutto, as well as fresh baby mozzarella balls, or various cubed cheese.
  3. Olives, pickled okra, and grape tomatoes are good choices.
  4. Think about cheese straws or breadsticks.
  5. Add some fresh fruit like grapes and strawberries.
  6. Layer in almonds, peanuts, or any nuts.

You can even cut the cheese into cute shapes with cookie cutters.


Either red or white wine pairs nicely with charcuterie. Choose a medium-bodied red wine like a Pinot Noir or a Cabernet. As well a light white slightly sweet like a Chenin Blanc goes nicely with salty ham and rich cheese.


JARCUTERIE {Charcuterie in a Jar}


  1. Southern Inspired Charcuterie
  2. Topgolf Pretzel Board
  3. Appetizer Salami Rolls
  4. Keto Muffuletta
  5. Blackberry Bites
  6. Goat Cheese Stuffed Dates
  7. You can also find great recipes at Recipe Index
JARCUTERIE - your personal charcutierie board!😍


Jarcuterie is individual servings of a Charcuterie board in a cup or jar. It's a fun, safe, and adoarable way to entertain.
Author: Paula
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Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 1 minute
Servings: 8 servings


  • 8 (4 ounce) mason jars, cups, or cones
  • 16 long skewers
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  • 8 pieces salami
  • 8 pieces pepperoni
  • 8 pieces proscuitto
  • 8 slices or cubes Havarti cheese
  • 8 mini balls mozzarella fresh
  • 16 medium pimento-stuffed olives
  • 16 medium pickled okra or pickled vegetable or marinated mushrooms
  • 1 small bunch grapes seedless
  • 6 to 8 ounces nuts almonds, peanuts, pistachios
  • crackers, breadsticks, strawberries, tomatoes or cheese that you enjoy


  • Place smaller items like nuts, seeds, and olives or grapes in the bottom.
  • Fold your meats in half or quarters (depending on how big they are) and thread on a skewer alternately with cheese cubes and olives. You can also add fruit to a skewer. Add a couple to each jar at the back.
  • Add thin breadsticks or pickled okra. Basically, you'll add the tallest items to the back and fill in with the other items. There's no wrong way so have fun with it.
  • Fill with more fruit and nuts to fill the jar.
  • I don't recommend making these longer than 2 hours before you serve them. Store them in the refrigerator in a container if you have one large enough. This will help prevent the it from drying out.


Calories: 168kcal | Carbohydrates: 9g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 14g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g | Monounsaturated Fat: 8g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 4mg | Sodium: 188mg | Potassium: 170mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 60IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 32mg | Iron: 1mg
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