Halloween Charcuterie Board

Add some fun to Halloween with this adorable Halloween charcuterie board! It’s a mix of cheese, veggies, candy, and sliced meats.

We did an Earth Day snack board this year and we loved it so much we wanted to do another one. With Halloween on the way, I needed to practice the game plan so that I could get it just right and know what I was doing!

This easy Halloween snack board is what we plan on doing this year for our Halloween party. I think the kids will enjoy this Halloween snack don’t you?

Easy Charcuterie Board for Halloween

Beautiful right? I love the bright colors and it’ll be the perfect mix of snack and sweets. This charcuterie Halloween set up is easy to make and it’ll be perfect for your upcoming Halloween parties! You can even serve up this Halloween charcuterie board while watching some Halloween movies with the family.

Halloween Snack Board Recipe

This Halloween snack board only takes a few minutes to put together and it’s something kids and adult will enjoy.

You may like these fun Halloween treat ideas! If you are serving this up for a party, make it even more fun with these fun Halloween party games!

Ingredients:

  • 5 slices salami
  • 5 slices pepperoni
  • 1 cup baby carrots
  • 1/3 cup candy corn
  • 3 tablespoons kalamata olives
  • 3 tablespoons Reese’s pieces
  • 9 pieces black licorice
  • 4 slices cheddar cheese

You can swap out any of the candy, meats, cheese, or veggies to your preference. You can add other ingredients and even some crackers to make an even better board.

For the adults, we recommend serving up some tasty Halloween cocktails!

How To Put The Halloween Food Board Together

Halloween Snack Charcuterie Board

The first step is to make the salami and pepperoni roses. If you are new to making food shaped like this, don’t be intimidated. It’s actually pretty easy!

To make the meat roses for the Halloween charcuterie board:

Take a shot glass and place the salami over each other all the way around to make a rose. Next, fold it over the edge and then flip it over. Set onto the charcuterie board then repeat for the pepperoni.

Add the veggies and cheese to your Halloween charcuterie board:

Once you have both the salami and the pepperoni roses placed on the board, add some carrots around each of them. As you can see from the image, we added the carrots in three places. This helped keep the salami and pepperoni upright.

Add candy to your Halloween charcuterie board:

Next, we are going to add in some Reese’s pieces and some candy corn in the middle and around the edges.

Cut the cheddar cheese with a pumpkin cookie cutter and place the slices on the board.

To finish off the Halloween charcuterie board, fill in the holes with the black licorice and kalamata olives.

More Halloween Snacks & Treats

This Halloween charcuterie board is super easy to make and it’s perfect for parties. Guests will be impressed at the layout and they’ll enjoy the tasty treats.

Easy Charcuterie Board for Halloween

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Halloween Charcuterie Board

Easy Halloween Charcuterie Board

Add some fun to Halloween with this adorable Halloween charcuterie board! It’s a mix of cheese, veggies, candy, and sliced meats.
Prep Time 19 minutes
Total Time 19 minutes
Course Appetizer, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 4

Ingredients
  

  • 5 slices salami
  • 5 slices pepperoni
  • 4 slices cheddar cheese
  • 1 c baby carrots
  • 3 tbsp kalamata olives
  • 1/3 c candy corn
  • 3 tbsp Reese’s pieces
  • 9 pieces black licorice

Instructions
 

  • To make the roses: Use a shot glass and place the salami over each other all the way around to make a rose. Fold it over the edge and then flip it over. Set onto the charcuterie board. Repeat for the pepperoni as well.
  • Place both roses on the board. Add in carrots around them in three places. Add in Reese’s pieces and some candy corn in the middles and around the edges.
  • Cut the cheddar cheese with a pumpkin cookie cutter and place onto the board. Fill the rest of the empty spots with the black licorice pieces and kalamata olives.
Keyword Appetizer, Halloween

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