Valentine’s Day Sweet Board
Calling all charcuterie board lovers, this is for you! Charcuterie boards are still a viral hit so let’s make one for Valentine’s Day.
Looking for other holiday treats? Check these out the next time you need some ideas:
- Ideas for the Fourth of July
- 10 Easy St. Patties Day Treats
- Heart Sugar Cookies for Valentine’s Day
- Christmas Chex Mix
What will I need to complete this recipe?
M&M’s Cupids Mix Valentine’s Day Mix, Branch classic conversation hearts, Cherry jelly hearts, Valentine’s Day assorted chocolates, Six-lets, Pocky chocolate biscuit sticks, Sugar cookies, iced sugar cookies, Oreo’s, Large marshmallows, Life Savers wild berry, Strawberries, Raspberries, Vanilla sugar wafers, Iced animal crackers, Vanilla almond bark, Sprinkles, and a large wooden board or large plate.
Total Time: 30 minutes
- M&M’s Cupids Mix Valentine’s Day Mix
- Branch classic conversation hearts
- Cherry jelly hearts
- Valentine’s Day assorted chocolates
- Pocky chocolate biscuit sticks
- Sugar cookies
- Iced sugar cookies
- Large marshmallows
- Life Savers wild berry
- Vanilla sugar wafers
- Iced animal crackers
- Vanilla almond bark
- Grab a large cutting board, plater, or even a long roll of brown construction paper. 2. Place all bowls or jars where you would like them.
- Fill bowls with Six-lets, Life Saver gummy’s, and M&M’s.
- Next start filling the empty spaces with cookies, candies, and fruit.
Tips for Making a Charcuterie Board:
- Dip cookies and strawberries into almond bark and add sprinkles to create your own themed cookies for your board.
- Find all your favorite pink and red hue candy to fill your Valentine’s Day board.
- Where to purchase cute holiday shaped bowls- you can always find fun holiday shaped bowls at Hobby lobby, Michaels, Jo Ann Fabrics, Target, or even Walmart.
- Sometimes you can find cute themed candy as XOXO gummies which makes a great addition to this board.
- Once you have filled your board you can fill in little spaces with sprinkles or extra candy here and there.
- I know you are thinking how much should I get? The first question I would ask is if you are just doing a smaller board for game night or if you are having a large party. If you are doing a large get together, I suggest getting a variety of your favorite cookies and candy to create a large board.
- If you don’t have a large platter no worries. You can easily use brown construction paper, plus this helps with an easy clean up.
- Everybody is never perfect, move things around until you have everything right where you like it. I like to put the bowls in 2 corners then 1 in the middle, and fill in from there.
Links for Ingredients and Board
- Life Savers
- Iced Circus Animal Crackers
- Strawberry Wafers
- Assorted Chocolate Candy
- Cherry Jelly Heart
- Candy Heart
- Frosted Sugar Cookie
- Sugar Cookie
- Almond Bark
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