Thursday, May 3, 2018

Creating the Ultimate (Aldi) Cheese Board

It's no surprise I love a good hunk of cheese so a board filled with it is pretty much heaven. Cheese boards are perfect for happy hour, while you're waiting for dinner to finish, or when you don't feel like making dinner at all. 
This beautiful and tasty cheese board won't break the bank. Everything's from Aldi and under $

Despite some cheeses hefty price tag, you don't have to break the bank to make a beautiful and tasty cheese board. I threw together this board over Easter weekend and people snacked on it while the kids hunted for eggs. Everything on the board was from Aldi and the entire thing cost less than $25! You can't beat Aldi's prices and selection and their cheese is always super fresh and tastes delicious. This isn't sponsored, I just really love their cheese :)

Cheese I Used
Specially Selected Aged White Cheddar (top left)
Happy Farms Garlic & Herb Goat Cheese (bottom left)
Specially Roasted Garlic with Tomato & Basil (bottom center)

Fairway Luxury Cracker Selection
Great Gherkins Whole Sweet Pickles
Specially Bite Size Dry Salami 
Southern Grove Dried Tropical Pineapple 
Spanish Stuffed Green Olives 

For the harder cheeses, I like to cut them into bite sized pieces so people can eat them more easily. The goat cheese is so soft I simply take it out of the package and let people spread it on their crackers. Speaking of crackers, that cracker pack is amazing. I love that you get such a variety and the price can't be beat. They also come packaged in a re-sealable plastic container which is super helpful for saving some for later. 

And there you have it! An inexpensive cheese board that tastes just as delicious as it looks.
Cheese Boards don't have to be expensive to be

1 comment on "Creating the Ultimate (Aldi) Cheese Board"
  1. I too love Aldi's cheese selection - Love all the contents & set up of this board!! I may have to re-create this for Mother's Day - depending on what we do!