This simple fall fruit and cheese platter will impress your guests! Great selection of appetizers for everyone including cheese, variety of nuts and seasonal fruits like apples, pears or plums.
During fall we spend more time at home and hot summer days are over. In summer we basically meet with friends for barbecues or other outside picnics. We spend more time outside. When fall comes we are starting to hide more in the house. Cold evenings, it is getting dark earlier and we start to watch more TV. There are definitely new shows on Netflix I am not sure what to watch because mostly I watched everything. Any suggestions?? I am looking for new show that I can enjoy this fall.
Anyway, after sitting on my couch one day I thought that I should create fall fruit and cheese tray. Great products we have every fall from butternut squash to apples. During fall we have Halloween, Thanksgiving and then even at Christmas time you can still create cheese platter. It is so easy to make and every guest at your party can eat whatever they want.
How to make a Fall Fruit and Cheese Board
Let’s see what I included on my platter. I used variety of nuts like peanuts, cashews and walnuts. I also had two types of cheeses: Smoked Gouda and Anco Gouda Spiced. Any type of cheese can be used. I also added some pretzels for the cheeses. From fruits I used the seasonal apples, pears and plums. This type of plums are European and you can find them mainly in European stores. However, regular plums can be used. I also spread some honey all over the fruits. In addition, I added some black olives to finish my cheese platter.
This type of fall fruit and cheese platter is perfect for any holiday occasion or any party gathering. Great appetizer ideas!
Fall Fruit and Cheese Platter
- 1/2 lb Smoked Gouda cheese*
- 1/2 lb Anco Gouda Spiced cheese*
- 2 cups Walnuts in shell
- 1 cup Peanuts in shell
- 1 cup Cashews
- 1 cup Pretzels
- 1 cup Black olives
- 10 Plums
- 2 Apples cut into slices
- 2 Pears cut into slices
- 1 Tbsp. Honey
- Put nicely all ingredients on the large platter, board or tray including cheeses, walnuts, peanuts, cashews, pretzels, olives, plums, apples and pears. Spread some honey all over fruits.