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Halloween Candy Charcuterie Board

This Halloween Candy Charcuterie Board is a fun way to display all your favorite delicious candy and spooky treats for your Halloween party!

Halloween Candy Charcuterie Board

Halloween is all about the candy and spooky treats! And of course there is the dress up part where you get creative in making your costume. My favorite costume ever was when I dressed up as the Lunch Lady. It was a favorite by all my friends and family when I wore it and they still talk about it to this day. But let’s get back to the treats cause that’s where it’s at.

how to make a Halloween Candy Charcuterie Board

American Licorice Company (thanks for sending the products to make) reached out and asked me to make a Halloween candy board with their candy and I’m so excited to finally show you the results. I love how it turned out using their candy and you can make one too with these simple tips.

What is a Charcuterie Board?

A charcuterie board consists of a variety of foods such as meats, cheese, crackers, fruits, nuts or candy displayed on a large wooden board for all to enjoy. It’s a fun way to get creative and so easy to make.

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Supplies Needed

You can use any kind of Halloween candy you want to make your candy board. I used the following candies from American Licorice Company.

How to Make a Halloween Candy Board

To get started in making a Halloween candy board, you must first get a charcuterie board. I found this oversized round board online but there are lots of other charcuterie boards to choose from in various sizes.

First start with your center piece. We used the Red Vines mini bites as our center piece.

Then you build your candy board around the center piece till you get to the edge of the board. on all sides.

Add some Halloween props and decorations and you have the perfect center piece for a Halloween party! 

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