Kids and adults will enjoy this Valentine’s Day Dessert Board. Find out how to make an easy dessert board for Valentine’s day filled with candy and treats. This Valentine’s Day charcuterie board is great to make for a party or tailor to any special holiday.
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Charcuterie Boards are super popular right now. These snack boards are a fun and unique way to share meats, cheeses and crackers with your guests. They are fun to serve throughout the year at special occasions, holidays and family functions.
Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, I decided to change things up and turn a simple charcuterie board into a Valentine’s Day Dessert Board. This is a fun snack board for kids but I am 100% positive that adults will enjoy it also!
How To Make A Valentine’s Day Dessert Board
Here is what you need to make a Charcuterie Board for Valentine’s Day. Don’t overthink the process. Any large wooden cutting board or wooden turntable will work in creating a dessert board for Valentine’s day or any holiday or special occasion.
The idea in creating a food board is to create color and texture that fits the holiday or event you are planning.
Holiday Dessert Board Ingredients
Conversation Heart Candies
Conversation Heart Cookies (click here for my easy recipe)
Birthday Cake Oreos
Valentine’s Gummy Bears
Valentine’s Hershey’s Kisses
Valentine’s Mini Snickers
Copycat Lofthouse Sugar Cookies (click here for the easy recipe)
Belgium chocolate mini donuts
How to Assemble A Valentine’s Day Dessert Board
To assemble the charcuterie board, place Brownie Bites in the center of the board to serve as the anchor. Line up the cookies around the board.
Add presentation bowls with candy onto the board. Fill in open space with wrapped and unwrapped candy.
The key to creating a colorful, robust and appealing board is to cover as much of the board as possible. The key to a picture-perfect board is to remember more is better and color always elevates the board.