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Easy Fruit Rainbow Charcuterie Board

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Are you looking to make a fun (yet easy) Rainbow Charcuterie board for St. Patrick’s Day?

We always try to celebrate all the holidays in our home. Yet sometimes I get busy and they sneak up on me. I was planning to do lots of fun things with my kids to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day but lost track of days and before I knew it, the day had arrived and I was woefully unprepared.

So I headed off to the store while my kids finished up their homeschool and got a bunch of fruit, some mini marshmallows, and a bag of Rollos to make a fun delicious last-minute Fruit Rainbow Charcuterie Board for my family to enjoy.

Fruit Rainbow Charcuterie Board

Fruit Rainbow Charcuterie Board

This fun Fruit Rainbow Charcuterie Board is quick and easy to make and is perfect for your rainbow-themed party or St. Patrick's Day treat!


  • 1 (12 oz) container of Raspberries
  • 5 (peeled) Halo  Manderines
  • 1 (Bowl) fresh cut pineapple
  • 1 (1 lb bag) large green grapes
  • 1 (18 oz) container of Blueberries
  • 1 (6 oz) container of blackberries
  • 1 (bag) mini Marshmellows
  • 1 (10,6 oz) Share Pack of Rollos


  1. Rinse raspberries, grapes, blueberries and blackberries.
  2. Peel halo mandarines
  3. Place fruit in a rainbow shape on Charcuterie board (or tray) Raspberries on the outside, then Halo Mandarines, pineapple chunks, grapes, blueberries, and blackberries in the inside.
  4. Fill the bowl of mini marshmallows for the left-hand side of the rainbow
  5. Fill a bowl of wrapped Rollos for the right-hand side f the rainbow.
  6. Serve and Enjoy!


You will probably have extras of some of the fruit to enjoy later. But who is complaining?

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I don’t have an official Charcuterie board so I used this simple white plastic serving tray but I love how it tuned out. Yes, the rainbow turned out square as my daughter pointed out but I kind of liked it that way. The bowl of mini marshmallows made for the perfect cloud and of course, the bowl of Rollos was the perfect Leprechaun treasure that pulled the whole charcuterie board together. It got lots of oohs and awes before it was quickly devoured by everyone.

Ironically, the fruit was devoured before the marshmallows or Rollos were touched. For while my kids love marshmallows and Rollos they apparently love fresh fruit first. Somehow that feels like a mom win!

So even though we didn’t do a lot this year for St. Patrick’s Day my kids agreed it was a great day thanks to the fruit rainbow I made for us. I think I will make this an annual tradition to enjoy after school on St. Patrick’s Day. I love that it is most.

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