Seriously, I’m in a Facebook group dedicated to charcuterie, and there are all of these sub-groups as well. It’s a whole WORLD! A wonderful world, full of salami roses, pancake brunches, and candy. Some people go all out with butcher paper and markers labeling all of the cheeses. I love cheese, but there are whole groups of cheeses that don’t do it for me, AT ALL. Easter cheese board? Sure. Easter Candy Grazing Board? YES. It’s not just candy! There are some fun graham crackers thrown in there too. And the best part about charcuterie board making is that you can add whatever you want! Fresh fruit? Why not. Salami roses? I mean, sure. If you want to add it.
Easter Candy Charcuterie Board:
What You Need:
Assorted Easter candies and/or cookies
Large cutting board or platter
What You Do:
1 – Choose a board or serving dishes for the charcuterie board (choose wisely!).
2 – Then, place loose ingredients (small candies, loose candies, etc.) into bowls or individual dishes.
3 – Place those bowls on the board or buffet first.
4 – And then arrange other candies around the bowls.
5 – Add assorted tongs or Easter decorations.
What We Chose:
Well, a lot of our favorite things! These are some favorite candy brands in our family. My son loves all things REESE’s and my daughter loves all things Cadbury and Ghirardelli. Plus, those mini macarons! We are all macarons-obsessed so it was fun to add these minis! Plus, every Easter candy haul needs a chocolate bunny, or seven. And this makes it perfect for us!
So, what would you put on your Easter Candy Charcuterie Board?