Your Pup Will Dig This Dog Charcuterie Board Trend

You can celebrate your pup with barkcuterie.

Yes, finger foods have been a party staple for as long as I can remember. But in the last few years, a savory new contender has popped onto the scene. I’m talking about charcuterie boards, baby! They’re so aesthetically pleasing, can easily be themed to whatever holiday is currently going on and they’re are way easier to make than you might think.

So why should humans be the only ones to enjoy these one-of-a-kind platters? Our pups deserve a cut of their own. That’s right—it’s all about the dog charcuterie board!

Yep, Dog Charcuterie Boards Are a Thing

While you may be used to putting together a personal charcuterie board for friends and family, have you ever considering making one for your dogs? You know they’re jealous every time they see you grab a slice of prosciutto! The dog charcuterie board, aka a barkcuterie board, is everything you know and love about the board trend, with treats that are perfect for your dog. It’s that simple!

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What Can I Put on a Barkcuterie Board?

Basically, anything that your dog loves and is safe for them to eat. Here’s a list of human foods that are beneficial for your pup. You can arrange fruits such as watermelon, blueberries and apples around the board, as well as veggies like carrots, spinach, green beans and asparagus. Just make sure you don’t forget the dog biscuits—we recommend these amazing pumpkin ginger biscuits you can make at home.

Feel free to get as fancy as you like, too. Try some cooked chicken or baked fish for satisfying protein.

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Having always wanted a career in writing, Melany couldn't have found a better place than Taste of Home to begin. When she's not scribbling in her notebook or working at her computer, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or relaxing with a book and her cats.