Pull together a snack board supper, it’s a cool solution for hot summer nights. That “what to eat” problem is solved in a snap so more time can be enjoyed relaxing and less time spent toiling in a hot kitchen. A smorgasbord of every “this and that,” a snack board supper has no recipe, no rules – it’s exactly what you want it to be.
In my opinion, the tastiest, most crowd-pleasing snack board suppers are part cheese board, part charcuterie, part fruit and veggie tray, and part potluck! Build your no-cook meal from pantry and fridge staples, deli favorites, seasonal produce and even those leftovers, like rotisserie chicken and cold salads, that don’t require reheating.
Litehouse Foods makes building a snack board supper even easier and more flavorful with their artisan cheeses and fresh dips. For example, just a bit of bold cheese, like center cut gorgonzola cheese, creates a blast of flavor that excites the palate and pairs just as well with sweet fruit and things savory.
Any of the numerous Greek yogurt dips from Litehouse Foods bring a boost of creamy goodness to a snack board supper. I’ve featured the Opadipity Spicy Asiago Artichoke Greek Yogurt Dip to my snack board supper for dunking veggie sticks, dipping chips and dolloping on crackers. This dip also makes a tasty spread on bread or large lettuce leaves for any guests wanting to build a sandwich or wrap with these snack board offerings.
For those low-carb people avoiding bread, wraps and such, various snack board ingredients can be layered up in a glass canning jar (or plastic cup if poolside) starting with Opadipity Greek Yogurt Dip and then adding other fillings such as tomatoes, artichokes, gorgonzola cheese and pepperoni as I’ve shown here! This type of Antipasto Parfait helps clear “snacking congestion” at the table as guests can make their meal “to go” and return to the chaise lounge or pool float of choice.