Tips and tricks for how to make an easy, kid-friendly brunch board.

Spring is here and what better way to celebrate than with family and food. That’s why we created an epic brunch charcuterie board to bring the two together. It’s simple to create, and easily customized based on your family’s preferences.

Don’t like waffles? Swap them for pancakes. Substitute bacon for plant-based sausage. Switch maple syrup for whipped cream…the options are endless!

Better yet, there’s not a ton of cooking involved, and you can easily use pre-made brunch items if you so choose, like cooked hard boiled eggs or freezer waffles. Whether you create your Spring Brunch Board for a fancy springtime tea party, or a fun Sunday brunch at home, it comes together quickly, and is sure to impress.

So hop on board (pun totally intended!) the charcuterie board trend, and treat your family to a special brunch to celebrate Spring.

PIN for when you want to create your own brunch board:

Brunch board with breakfast foods
  1. Plan your board around a few main carbs, think waffles, pancakes, bagels, French toast, granola or muffins. You can then ensure that your sides and toppings relate to the “main course”.
  2. Use your largest cutting board or serving platter as your base, then place your largest items on first (usually your selected carbs), plus any dishes containing toppings, sauces or spreads.
  3. Then fill in the holes with your remaining items, working from largest to smallest. Try and spread out textures and colors evenly across the board for a harmonious look.
  4. Don’t forget serving tools, including smaller butter knives and spoons for spreads.

The best part of building a brunch board is that you can completely customize it with your family’s favorite flavors and foods. Consider this list to inspire yours:

Carbs: Waffles, pancakes, donuts, bagels, toast, croissants, muffins, pastries, coffee cake, granola, cereal

Protein: Hard-boiled eggs, bacon, turkey bacon, sausage, plant-based patties, ham

Fruit: Blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, grapes, kiwi, banana slices, orange wedges, apple slices

Sides/Spreads: Yogurt, maple syrup, hazelnut spread, cream cheese, nut butter, whipped cream, ghee, butter, jam, chocolate chips, avocado

Whether you’re making your brunch charcuterie board for a large get together, or a weekly Sunday brunch with your family, it will be a special treat that’s sure to please.

Tell us what you’d include on your brunch board in the comments below!

Lyndsey Piccolino

Lyndsey Piccolino

Lyndsey is a healthy lifestyle blogger and recipe creator at She covers healthy recipes, meal planning & prep, and healthy lifestyle tips and products. She is a life-longer Pittsburgh native where she lives with her husband and two daughters. You can find Lyndsey at Momma Fit Lyndsey, on Pinterest, and Instagram at @lyndsey.picc and @mommafitlyndsey.

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