Create Your Own Halloween Charcuterie Board
October is here and what better way to kick off the month than to create your own Halloween Charcuterie Board. This year it is all about staying safe on Halloween and finding alternative activities that are fun and creative while still channeling that Halloween spirit so we’re kicking off October with this easy-to-create Halloween Candy Charcuterie Board, perfect for the entire family to make together limited only by your imagination. So just what is a charcuterie board? When it was first started, charcuterie technically referred only to a selection of cold-cooked meats.
The original traditional boards were inclusive of a broad supporting cast of cheeses, spreads, crackers, nuts, and produce. But nowadays, especially over the past few years, charcuterie boards have grown, changed, and developed into works of art, limited only by the imagination.
From breakfast, boards to make your own pizza boards to cookie boards, and more, the sky’s the limit. The best part of charcuterie boards is the flexibility they afford: Scale portions up or down depending on the number of guests, adjust ingredients for dietary needs and preferences, or shop for foods within a specific color palette or region. Now that October is upon us, we’re going to show you just how simple it is to create your own Halloween Charcuterie Board.
Halloween Charcuterie Board
Large cutting board or platter
Candies may include:
Bloody Bites (also available at Dollar Tree)
Spooky Lips Lollipops (also available at Dollar Tree)
Assorted snack-size candies, wrapped or unwrapped
Choose board or serving dishes for the charcuterie board.
Place loose ingredients (small candies, loose candies, etc.) into bowls or individual dishes. Place those bowls on the board or buffet first.
Arrange other candies around the bowls.
Add assorted tongs or Halloween decorations.
It’s just that easy! Now that you know how to create your own Halloween Charcuterie Board what favorite candies will you add to the Halloween fun. I think we can all agree on what an easy and spooktacular project this is and one that can be done over and over again.