Enjoy these festive Mexican Charcuterie Board Cups (Cinco de Mayo STYLE). They are healthy and super fun to make.
Mexican Charcuterie Board Cups Ingredients
½ cup guacamole
1 cup red cabbage shreds
6-8 round tortilla chips per cup
Black olives, 4 per toothpick
1 mango, sliced thin, 3-4 slices per cup
Colby jack cheese sticks, 1 per cup
Pepper jack cheese sticks, 1 per cup
1 lime, sliced
Jicama sheets, folded or rolled, 1 per cup
4 whole ripe avocados
1/4 cup fresh lime juice
1/4 cup chopped red onion
1/4 cup fresh chopped garlic or garlic salt
1 tsp kosher salt – eliminate if using garlic salt
1/2 cup diced tomato
1/4 cup chopped cilantro
1 tsp chili powder
1/2 tsp cumin
Mash avocados and combine all of the ingredients. Super simple and delicious.
Mexican Charcuterie Board Cups Instructions
Serve in salsa bowls
Place ¼ cup guacamole in each cup then 6-8 chips next to guacamole
Fill remaining bottom space with red cabbage
Fold Jicama sheet into a triangle shape and lay on top of cabbage
Stand mango slices in back of cup
Add cheese sticks and olive skewers
Place a lime slice on top of the Jicama
Serve & enjoy!
Facts for Mexican Charcuterie Board Cups
Prep Time 20 minutes
Assembly Time 10 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 12 but it depends on party size but I recommend making 1-2 cups per person
Fruit Options: I always like to use the most popular fresh fruit especially since the cups are limited by space. Some options are berries, grapes, melon or apples. But be sure to add apples right before serving so that they do not get brown.
Vegetable Options: Vegetables always add in a nice healthy variety and balance from all the hearty meats, cheeses and nuts. I usually keep mine simple with some sliced cucumbers, baby carrots, grape tomatoes, olives or pickles.
Carb Options: Every good charcuterie needs some carbs involved! You could keep it simple with some crackers, bagel chips, toasted bread, or small breadsticks. I use gluten free options so that it’s great for everybody and most people won’t know the difference.
Use a fancy toothpick to match the theme of your party
Design a special paper cup or sticker to enhance the theme of your party
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How Do You Eat Jicama?
There are lots of ways to enjoy jicama that are healthy organic solutions in your daily diet. You can slice jicama into thin strips and eat it as a snack. You can also grate or chop it into salads. It can also be put into stir fry dishes, baked in casseroles, and even makes outstanding coleslaw! If you haven’t thought to add this into soups and stews, jicama adds a whole new layer of flavor that you’ll enjoy right away.
Jicama can be grilled, baked, roasted, steamed, and fried, and not to forget that it still retains a significant crunch if you don’t overcook it! It also pairs great with other rooty buddies like the Jerusalem Artichokes. This is another root that is completely edible and is related to the sunflower and is sometimes called a sunchoke.
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Try my other recipes for charcuterie cups. They are healthy and easy to make.
I hope you enjoy these Mexican Charcuterie Board Cups. They are easy and fun to make. Perfect for the next holiday get together.
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