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Make Your Own Halloween Treats Charcuterie Board!

Charcuterie boards have become all the rage with parties and entertaining in recent years. While they originated in France and traditionally consist of meat products such as bacon, salami, ham, sausage, terrines, galantines, pates, and confit, they have become far more 'Americanized' and creative. You can create charcuterie boards with any type of foods/themes.

Charcuterie boards are easy to make as there is no set pattern that you have to use to create a board, it is entirely up to your discretion of the design, foods to incorporate and the amount of each item that you want to include. Follow the instructions below to create a fun, Halloween inspired board that can be displayed and served during Halloween parties and gatherings OR even after the fact using Trick-or-Treat goodies.

Items Needed: Large Board (18 x 13 chopping board used in this display) Ramikens (2) Ceramic Pumpkin Bowl Cookies (Oreos w/color cream filling) Popcorn (Caramel OR Cheddar) Candy Corn Pumpkin Candy Corns Pretzel Sticks

Peanuts Yogurt Covered Pretzels Sour Patch Gummi Worms Halloween Themed Brownies



Step #1

Begin to create your design by placing the bowl and ramikens on your board.

Step #2

Fill the ramikens with peanuts and candy corn. Fill the pumpkin bowl (larger bowl) with popcorn.

Step #3

Add the pretzel sticks in the center of the board between the ramikens.

Step #4

Place the pumpkin candy corns at each open corner of the board.

Step #5

Add the Sour Patch Gummi Worms towards the back of the board.

Step #6

Add the yogurt covered pretzels between the two sets of pumpkin candy corns on the right side of the board.

Step #7

Add the Oreo cookies in front of the pretzels and between the pumpkin candy corns towards the front of the board.

Step #8

Complete the board by adding the brownies.

You can add as much or as little as you want to your board. Either way, your guests will enjoy.

Have fun!

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Oct 17, 2022

This board is fun to create with the kiddos!

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