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The Best Easter Charcuterie Board

This Easter Charcuterie board is filled with all of your favorite treats and gorgeous bright colors! Simple ingredients for a great display!

The Best Easter Charcuterie Board

What can you put on an Easter Charcuterie board?

• Sweet treats like pastel-colored M&Ms, jelly beans, and chocolate eggs.

• Fruits like strawberries and pineapple cut into festive shapes.

• Cheeses, crackers, and other savory snacks like olives or pickles.

• Tiny decorated Easter cupcakes or mini cakes for a special touch.

• Candied nuts and pretzels for a sweet, crunchy bite.

• Cute Easter-themed decorations like mini eggs and bunnies.

The Best Easter Charcuterie BoardYou can get super creative with your boards and add fresh fruit, easter eggs, chocolate bunnies, soft cheeses and more. Honestly with an Easter Charcuterie platter you can add anything with pastel colors and it will be great. You can make traditional charcuterie boards with your favorite easter candy and other traditional easter desserts.The Best Easter Charcuterie Board

You can add fresh vegetables on an appetizer tray for a delicious grazing board. What matters is the different shapes and small bites and colorful candies. Try your own charcuterie board for your next easter party!

All of these delicious items will go great together on your beautiful Easter Charcuterie board! You can mix and match or focus on one particular item to create a unique and festive display. Have fun and enjoy the holiday!The Best Easter Charcuterie Board

Where can you serve this Easter Charcuterie board?

This Easter Charcuterie board is perfect for any festive occasion! It can be served at a family gathering, brunch, or even as an hors d’oeuvre before the main course. The possibilities are endless! You could also make this board to enjoy while watching your favorite movie or Netflix show.The Best Easter Charcuterie Board

What ingredients do you need for this Easter Dessert Charcuterie Board?The Best Easter Charcuterie Board

  • 8 Chick peeps
  • 4-8 Peanut Butter Chocolate Eggs
  • 12-15 Cadbury Chocolate eggs
  • 8 Shortbread Cookies
  • 3 vanilla wafers
  • 3 strawberry wafers
  • 13 Strawberries
  • ½ cup green buttercream frosting
  • Easter/Pastel sprinkles

Why make a charcuterie board for Easter?

A charcuterie board is a great way to enjoy your favorite snacks in one place. It’s also a fun and creative way to celebrate Easter! You can get creative and customize the colors, flavors, and decorations for any holiday or occasion.The Best Easter Charcuterie Board

It’s the perfect way to enjoy your favorite sweet treats and easter recipes. If you have a sweet tooth you can include lots of sweet treats, favorite candies and smaller items for the easter holiday.

Plus, it doesn’t require much preparation time or effort – just arrange the ingredients and you’re good to go! The Easter Charcuterie board is a great way to add some extra cheer to your festivities. This easter charcuterie board appetizer is great on a big board for the spring season.The Best Easter Charcuterie Board

If you are looking for a fun treat after easter dinner this easter dessert board is an easy way to celebrate. Themed charcuterie boards are always a huge hit and the perfect addition to any party. I hope you enjoyed these Easter charcuterie board ideas and you make the best easter dessert boards for the holiday!

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The Best Easter Charcuterie Board
Yield: 1 board

The Best Easter Charcuterie Board

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

This Easter Charcuterie Board is made with your favorite sweets and fruits for the holiday!


  • 8 Chick peeps
  • 4-8 Peanut Butter Chocolate Eggs
  • 12-15 Cadbury Chocolate eggs
  • 8 Shortbread Cookies
  • 3 vanilla wafers
  • 3 strawberry wafers
  • 13 Strawberries
  • ½ cup green buttercream frosting
  • Easter/Pastel sprinkles


  1. Start by cutting the tops off of 12 strawberries so they can lay flat, bottom’s up, on the charcuterie board.
  2. Cut the 6 wafers in half lengthwise.
  3. On the charcuterie board, place the vanilla and strawberry wafer halves in the middle alternating the colors.
  4. Create an egg shape with the strawberries around the wafers. Above the wafers make three rows, starting with 3 strawberries, then two, then topping the tip of the egg with one. Under the wafters, make 2 rows, the first of 4 strawberries, then 3.
  5. Place 2 shortbread cookies in the left top corner of the charcuterie board, 2 on the right top, and so forth on the bottom left and right. Your want there to be a good amount of even space between each pair of cookies.
  6. Now place the green frosting in a piping bag fitted with the grass tip.
  7. Squeeze out loops of the frosting in any charcuterie space left for the first layer. Once you have the first layer of frosting, use a motion of squeezing and pulling the piping bag straight up to give the full grass effect.
  8. Cover the grass with pastel sprinkles.
  9. Place two peeps, side by side, in front of each pair of shortbread cookies.
  10. Then add one or 2 peanut butter chocolate eggs in front of the chicks.
  11. Lastly spread out a few eggs around the board to fill in any extra grassy space.
  12. Serve this easter charcuterie at any event!

Nutrition Information



Serving Size


Amount Per Serving Calories 325Total Fat 16gSaturated Fat 7gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 8gCholesterol 50mgSodium 162mgCarbohydrates 42gFiber 2gSugar 29gProtein 5g

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