Gather all of your Easter goodies and create this mouthwatering Easter candy charcuterie board. It’s got amazing pops of color and is filed to the brim with classic Easter treats. Your friends and family will absolutely adore it!
This Easter charcuterie board makes us want to do the bunny hop!
Welcome back, party friends! My name is Lisa and I am the founder of Sugar Agenda. Here at Sugar Agenda, we are firm believers that every day is worth celebrating (and we’ll never say “no” to an extra slice of cake!). Thanks for being here! I hope you find our party content inspiring and helpful.
With Easter coming up, I wanted to find a creative way to serve some of our favourite Easter treats. What better way to do this than with an Easter Candy Charcuterie Board? I had already put together a Spring Charcuterie Board over on Easy Recipe Depot, so I thought that Easter candy/desserts should also have a spotlight!
What is an Easter Charcuterie Board?
An Easter Charcuterie Board takes notes from a classic charcuterie board, which is normally served as an appetizer. Traditionally, charcuterie boards are filled with cheeses, cured meats, pâtés, etc. My Easter Charcuterie Board boasts Easter candy and other colourful treats. Your guests can pick at their favourite Easter goodies all thanks to this easy set up!
Our Very Best Easter Charcuterie Board Ideas
I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves BUT, here’s a quick list of what I included in my Easter Candy Charcuterie Board:
- Fruity Pebbles Cereal Treats
- Varied Peeps marshmallow treats
- Cadbury Mini Eggs
- Tropical Sour Patch Kids
- Miniature marshmallows
- Reese’s eggs
Feel Free to Add Whatever You Like!
Of course, the best part about building a sweet charcuterie board is that you can add whatever you like. Feel free to use our Easter charcuterie board ideas as a basic guideline, but be sure to include treats that your family loves most!
I was short on time, but I wish I had added our family’s recipe for homemade chocolate chip cookies. They’re my kiddos’ all-time favorite, but alas, I fell short on time! They were still very happy with how this Easter board came out (I mean, can you blame them?).
What do you think about our Easter Candy Board? Is this something you would put together for Easter? Let me know what you think in the comments below!