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Simple Toddler Charcuterie Board

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This Toddler Charcuterie Board is perfect for snacking! It’s great for kids and adults and is full of yummy foods. The best part about this toddler-friendly charcuterie board is that you can mix and match what you want to make and add to it! Be certain to check out my other Afternoon Snacks for Kids as well!

This charcuterie board for toddlers is a snack board that kids will love. You can add fruits, veggies, and so many other kid-friendly foods!

I like to add foods that are super easy to find and even the adults will love eating off this fun cutting board.

Toddler Charcuterie Board

The best part about this board recipe is that it can really be of anything that you want it to be! You can add in so many other fun snack foods and make them different each and every time. Great for school snacking, too!

Even though my boys are no longer toddlers, they still love this simple snacking recipe. It’s a great way to enjoy food and have fun snacks as well. Plus I can add in some veggies for the taking, too!

What type of cheese works best on this family friendly board?

Cheddar cheese is best and tends to be the most popular friendly cheese for kids. As long as it’s a cheese that your kids will like, put it on the board.

Specialty Ingredients:

The following ingredients are affiliate links on Amazon because they may be a bit hard to find in your normal store.  I wanted you to be able to see exactly which things we are using.

Reminder, not all ingredients in the School Snacking 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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Make it a Meal:

The time is now to start meal planning! When you can save time during the day and meal plan on what you want to eat, everyone in the family will be happy with the choice. Below is just a simple sample of how you can make a meal plan!

Vegetable Side: Frozen Asparagus

Starch Side: Loaded Twice Baked Potatoes

Refreshing Drink: Delicious Pink Mocktails

Don’t forget Dessert: Andes Mint Brownie Cookies

Best Snack Recipes:

Once you make this Toddler Snack Board Recipe, you’re going to find that it’s so much fun to do! Snack boards are an easy way to make a fun treat for everyone to love. I’ve gathered up some of my favorite snack recipes for everyone to love.

This patriotic charcuterie board is a great way to feed a crowd!

Pair this couples, charcuterie board, up for a fun date night at home!

Learn about the basics of cheese boards from this simple recipe post.

This hot cocoa charcuterie board is perfect for giving your sweet tooth a treat!

A chicken wing charcuterie board will have everyone at the tailgate lining up for more!

A traditional charcuterie board is great for weekend snacking and sharing with friends.

This meat and cheese board is a simple way to make a delicious appetizer for a crowd.

What doesn’t belong on a snack board?

This is up to you but I would say anything that needs to be in the fridge after a short time doesn’t belong on the snack board. That way you can leave it sitting out for people to snack on!

What are some fun toddler snacks to add to charcuterie boards?

Charcuterie boards are an excellent snack to prepare for toddlers because they are a colorful, engaging, and fun mix of sweet and savory snacks.

For toddlers, consider mini grilled cheese sandwiches cut into interesting shapes; baby carrots, steamed and served with yogurt dip; bite-sized portions of cooked fruits such as applesauce or pears; cubes of soft cheeses; cubed boiled eggs; and animal crackers.

All of these options provide a variety of textures, flavors, and colors that young children find fascinating.

Choosing items that contain balanced nutrition is key for ensuring the overall wellness of your toddler.

With careful selection, charcuterie platters can be both fun to create and nutritious for the smallest members of our families.

When should I make a charcuterie board for kids?

Making a charcuterie board for kids can often be a good option for parties or celebrations. Charcuterie boards are flavorful and versatile, making them a great meal or snack item for children.

Generally speaking, charcuterie boards should be made with age-appropriate items such as fruit, cheese cubes, crackers, and other finger foods to avoid choking hazards.

In addition, parents can make charcuterie boards specifically tailored to the kids’ preferences which will make it more enjoyable for them.

Since these boards often require minimal prep and cooking time, they’re an ideal option in busy households, especially when catering to multiple palates.

Charcuterie boards are, therefore, a convenient yet fun solution for special occasions in which the whole family – kids included – can partake!

Is a charcuterie a good idea to change up snack time for kids?

A charcuterie can make an excellent addition to a child’s snack time routine. Charcuteries provide various options that help build healthy eating habits and introduce new flavors to children’s diets.

Presenting children with a charcuterie encourages them to explore different food textures, tastes, and nutritional benefits. Moreover, building a charcuterie board can be great for family bonding or as part of larger gatherings since it allows children to take part in the selection process and keep them engaged in conversation during meal times.

Including a wide range of fruits, vegetables, proteins, grains, and dairy items will also increase the likelihood that children are getting the nutritional components they need while also providing much-needed variety when choosing snacks.

What are some dessert ideas to add to a charcuterie board?

If you’re looking to add some extra sweetness to your charcuterie board, there are plenty of delicious dessert items that can be added.

Some traditional options include chocolate, bite-sized brownies or blondies, and fresh fruit like strawberries or blueberries. Cookies and candies that are safe for toddlers to eat are always a good idea as well.

Have fun changing up the chocolate so that it’s new and surprising every single time.

More Snack Board Recipes:

Toddler Charcuterie Board

Toddler Charcuterie Board


  • PB & Jelly sandwiches
  • Ranch dip
  • Carrots
  • Celery
  • Goldfish crackers
  • Mini pretzels
  • Strawberries
  • Fresh Blueberries
  • Cheese cubes
  • Bunny graham crackers
  • Apple slices


Take a hart cookiecutter and cut out the sandwiches.

Make a line down the middle of the board.

Put a bit of ranch in a cup and put it at the bottom of the board and surround with veggies.

Put some crackers and pretzels around the dop.

Add the fruit above the pretzels.

Put the cheese cubes in the cover of the board.

Add the bunny crackers above the cheese.

Line the corners with sliced apples

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 127Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 185mgCarbohydrates: 18gFiber: 1gSugar: 6gProtein: 3g

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What else would you put on this toddler snacking charcuterie board?

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Thursday 13th of January 2022

My kids love a good charcuterie board! Nice to have some more ideas to add for them.

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