Everyone will love this Easter Candy Charcuterie Board! Not only is this a sweet treat for Easter goodies but it’s a simple way to start a new fun family tradition as well. The good news? This candy charcuterie board for Easter doesn’t require any cooking on your part at all!
If your kids love candy, this Easter candy board is a great option to have! This might just be one of my favorite dessert charcuterie boards, and I think you’ll love it, too! Be sure to check out my Dessert Recipes for Easter for even more sweet treats!
The kids can even make their own dessert boards and create them full of their favorite snacks and treats. There are no rules when it comes to making Easter treats.
Easter Candy Charcuterie Board
You’re going to love giving this Easter recipe a try. It’s a fun way to showcase all the Easter goodies in one simple place. Forget the Easter basket this year and try this easy dessert board!
My boys have decided that they’re never too old for this type of Easter eating. And I agree. I’ll happily make up this dessert board over and over again!
What favorite Easter candy should you add to this dessert board?
This is where you can have so much fun! The best part is that this board is totally customizable to whatever you’d like. Some options include peanut butter eggs, chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, chocolate-covered pretzels, marshmallow chicks, bubble gum Easter eggs, chocolate eggs, and anything else that you can think of!
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Reminder, not all ingredients in the Easter Dessert Board Recipe are linked above, just the ones that may be a bit difficult to find or that you might be unsure of what to look for
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Best Sweet Easter Recipes:
Once you make this Candy Easter Recipe, why not mix in some traditional Easter desserts as well? Here are some of my favorite sweets and treats for Easter that I think you’ll love!
Everyone in the house will love these 20 Decadent Easter Brownies!
When it comes to sweet desserts, this Delicious Easter Puppy Chow Recipe is one of the best!
This Easter Oreo Bark is one of the best flavors, ever!
This Easter Snack Bar is such a tasty treat!
Grab a handful of this Easter snack mix and dig in!
These Easter Bunny Pineapple Smoothies are great for sipping on a sweet treat!
I love the flavor of these Easter Bunny Cupcakes (with free printable)! They’re so good!
How long does it take to put together a charcuterie board?
It literally takes minutes. (besides the time that you’re spent shopping at the store) You just grab the colored candies and sweet treats and get all the candies that you need and want.
Don’t forget that you can also add fresh fruit for a bit of health!
More Charcuterie Board Recipes:
- Simple Toddler Charcuterie Board
- Epic Baseball Themed Charcuterie Board
- Smores Charcuterie Board Recipe Idea
Easter Candy Charcuterie Board
This Easter Candy Charcuterie Board is one of the easiest ways to prep for Easter treats!
- Easter candies
- Easter cookies
Grab the charcuterie board and add the candies on it. You can put the loose candies in bowls.
Put the bowls on the board first, followed by adding cookies and candies around it.
What Easter candies are you going to add to this simple dessert board?
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