A Flower Jarcuterie is an adorable vegetable charcuterie board in a jar! This bite-size edible bouquet is a fun and easy way to get kids to eat their veggies. Or serve as a healthy party appetizer.

Flower Jarcuterie - Vegetable Charcuterie Board in a Jar

How to Make a Vegetable Flower Jarcuterie

This easy vegetable jarcuterie looks like a lovely flower arrangement, but it’s really a fun way to serve fresh vegetables to picky eaters or a party crowd. Getting creative with vegetable trays is one of my favorite party tricks!

Let’s face it, sometimes vegetables need a little help with their presentation to make them more appetizing. Isn’t this so cute?

Flower Jarcuterie Vegetable Charcuterie in a Jar
Flower Jarcuterie – Easy Vegetable Charcuterie in a Jar

Vegetable Charcuterie Board in a Jar

If you need a quick and easy way to serve vegetables for your next party, look no further than this crowd-pleasing easy flower jarcuterie!

Serve these individual charcuterie cups to party guests. Or, if you have picky eaters in your family, try making this vegetable jarcuterie as a healthy snack.

Think of this as a vegetable charcuterie board in a jar. Gather some small glassware, your favorite vegetables, a few special tools and start arranging your vegetable charcuterie board in a jar!

Vegetable Flower Jarcuterie - Easy Edible Veggie Flower Bouquet arrangement by Living Locurto

When my kids were younger, I used to get them to eat more vegetables by making cute arrangements like this fun veggie tray!

Lately, I’ve been making a lot of charcuterie boards. I love charcuterie boards because they have a little bit of everything for everyone. This easy vegetable jarcuterie combines the variety of a charcuterie board into a bite-sized vegetable flower arrangement.

What is Jarcuterie?

Jarcuterie is a fresh take on the ever popular charcuterie boards. Charcuterie boards have been trending for a few years now because they’re a stunning way to serve meats, cheeses, crackers, and vegetables all on one board.

Now take this idea, and put it into an into individual charcuterie cups–or jarcuterie!

Vegetable jarcuterie in two different jars
Individual charcuterie cups of veggies make this a beautiful flower jarcuterie arrangement.

How Do You Make a Flower Jarcuterie?

To make an easy flower jarcuterie, select glassware that will hold your arrangement. Then use vegetables your party guests or kids will like.

Carrots, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, and celery are perfect for a vegetable charcuterie board in a jar. The celery will be the stems of your flower arrangement. Just fill the cups with the celery, then stick the vegetables on the toothpicks and the toothpicks into the celery stalks.

I used cream cheese as my glue to stick the pieces of carrots onto the cucumber flower. The lettuce leaves are placed around for cuteness.

What Do I need to make an Easy Flower Jarcuterie?

To make a flower jarcuterie jar, you will need:

  • Small vases, cups, jars, or orange juice glasses.
  • Vegetables your kids like, plus celery for the stems and lettuce for leaves.
  • Cream cheese (optional to use as glue)
  • Flower-shaped cookie cutter (I used one for playdough!) Or, you could try these cool vegetable cutters.
  • Toothpicks
  • Water
Vegetable Flower Jarcuterie - Edible Veggie Flower bouquet in a jar
Making a flower jarcuterie is easy and tasty!

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Take these charcuterie ideas and turn them into individual vegetable jarcuterie boards in a jar! Let me know how it turns out!

Flower Jarcuterie – Individual Vegetable Board in a Jar

A Flower Jarcuterie is an adorable vegetable charcuterie board in a jar! This bite size edible flower bouquet is a fun way to get kids to eat their veggies. Cute individual healthy party appetizers.
Prep Time15 minutes
Total Time15 minutes
Yield: 4 servings
Author: Amy Locurto


Small jars or cups
Extra long toothpicks


  • 1 cup Baby carrots
  • 1 cup Grape tomatoes
  • 1 Cucumber sliced
  • 1 cup Celery sticks sliced
  • ½ cup Baby spinach
  • 1 tbsp Cream cheese
  • Water


  • Cut cucumber slices into flowers using cookie cutters.
  • Cut a baby carrot into 1/8 inch thick slices.
  • Use a dab of cream cheese as the glue to stick slcices of carrots onto the cucumber flower.
  • Add grape tomatoes and carrots on toothpicks.
  • Fill the cups or jars with water and celery sticks.
  • Stick the vegetable toothpicks into the celery stalks arranging them by various heights.
  • Garnish with baby spinach for the flower leaves.
  • Refrigerate the flower jarcuterie until ready to serve and enjoy!


For even more ideas, cut fruit, cheese, and meat slices into flowers as well.
Plan To Make This?Please share if you do. Mention @LivingLocurto or tag #LivingLocurto on Instagram. We’d love to see!
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Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: appetizer, charcuterie, Healthy, jarcuterie, Snack, vegetables
Calories: 44kcal


Calories: 44kcal | Carbohydrates: 7g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 2g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 4mg | Sodium: 63mg | Potassium: 358mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 4g | Vitamin A: 5291IU | Vitamin C: 10mg | Calcium: 42mg | Iron: 1mg

Updated 2021, originally published April 8, 2011

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  3. Those are so fantastic! Being a Registered Dietitian, I would love to put these on my blog sometime this week!

    Hope that’s ok with you!

    Thanks for sharing,

  4. @Kristin,

    So cute. I use this idea for finger salad on a toothpick to get the little and big kids to eat their veggies when the hostess says to bring finger foods to the potluck.

  5. That looks sooo yummy– and cute!! I just did a post on cookies and I had to include yours in because it looked just as delicious! I filed this at thecraftersfilebox.com.

  6. I just don’t get it about children not liking veggies. My 3 boys always loved everything vegetable, and so does my grandson. Teachers line up in the school lunchroom to watch him chow down on a bag full of mixed vegetables. He loves them all, eats them all with relish, and if you give him a small puddle of ranch dressing, he thinks it’s dessert! I think it is parental trepedation that kids pick up on. If you show the slightest hesitancy about veggies, they’re going to see it. Be bold! If you assume your child will like it and just have it available, eventually they’ll want to try it. Even deny it a few times by useing reverse psychology. But it is OK to not like two or three. Everyone has something they really never learn to like. Chill out, and don’t let your kids near the ones who have been made into picky eaters by over-anxious parents. Remember: if they get hungry enough, they’ll eat it.

  7. This is a brilliant idea! So creative. We don’t even have kids yet, but I think I want to use this next time we have a little party. Individual veggie vases for each guest to munch on…

  8. Adorable Amy! Thank you. For some reason since you changed hosting services i am not receiving updates. I will see if re-subscribing solves the issue. Have a great weekend! 🙂


  9. Hmm…. boys can have flowers at their birthday parties, right?! LOL my boys’ party is next weekend and setting these flower bouquets around would be awesome!!

    what a cute idea!

  10. so cute- I’m having a little day trip with the girls coming up….these would be perfect to add to our picnic lunch.

  11. I love the veggie bouquets, they are too cute! But what I love even more is the fact that your adorable daughter is sporting an Eskimo Joe’s t-shirt and it is in Oklahoma State colors!

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