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Sausage Fresh Rolls


Individual Charcuterie Boxes

Sausage Fresh Rolls


Individual Charcuterie Boxes

Our individual charcuterie boxes combine our savoury European meats and Pepperettes Bites™ with carefully selected cheeses, breads, fruits and vegetables. Portioned for a party of one to two people, they make a thoughtful gift or an indulgent night-in spread – proving good things do come in small packages.



1/3 cup hummus

1 tsp extra virgin olive oil

1/4 tsp paprika

Mini jar, honey



25 g brie (approx 1/8 of a small wheel)

1 mini cheese round

10 g asiago

10 g Parmigiano Reggiano


From the self-serve deli:

50 g Schneiders® Italian Dry Cured Salami

45 g Schneiders® Hot Calabrese Salametti, thinly sliced

60 g Schneiders® Pepperettes Bites™, European


Fresh Fruits & Vegetables:

Small handful grapes

Small handful blueberries

1 strawberry

1 fig, fresh and sliced in halves

Small bunch green beans

Small bunch heirloom or baby carrots, sliced lengthwise in half/quarters or sticks



Artisan crackers/crisps (cranberry and hazelnuts)

Herbed flatbread-like crackers

Water crackers

Pimento stuffed olives


Dried apricots

This recipe makes one individual charcuterie box, approximately 3” deep & 25” around.

Line a food safe container with parchment.

Set aside fig, blueberries, dried apricots and strawberry for final garnishes.

Fill a small ramekin, decorative dish or plastic food container with hummus. Drizzle olive oil on top and sprinkle with paprika. Nestle pimento-stuffed olives in the hummus.

Place hummus dish in the center of the lined container, as an anchor to build outward from.

Place the mini jar of honey next to the hummus.

Working in small sections, nestle 2-3 ingredients together in small groups, gently wedged between the ramekin and  the edge of the container. This will prevent ingredients from falling to the bottom of the basket and getting lost. Try folding salami slices (once in half, or twice in quarters) and placing them tightly together for a ruffled effect.

Working in a circular motion around the basket, continue adding small clusters of various ingredients until the container is filled.

Carefully add fig halves, blueberries, dried apricot and strawberry in any remaining gaps between ingredients.

If giving as a gift, add the lid and tie with decorative ribbon. Refrigerate assembled charcuterie box before gifting.



If gifting this charcuterie box, try tailoring the ingredients to your recipient. Preserves, dark chocolate, candied fruits and spicy cured meats would all make delicious additions.