Trick or Treat Halloween Candy Board

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Are you hosting a Halloween party this year? Well, you are in for a treat then because this fun trick-or- treat candy charcuterie board will have all the kids gathered around. You can place this skeleton on a table or a large baking sheet.

Trick or Treat Halloween Candy Board

Then just add all the classic Halloween candy. Plus, don’t forget to throw in some spider rings and vampire teeth for fun. This trick-or-treat board will have everyone filling up their candy bags.

Trick or Treat Halloween Candy Board

There are some of the spooky treats we used on our board. But you can use your favorite candy. Feel free to add in some spooky plastic spiders or even a spider web! There really is no wrong way. Have fun creating the spookiest board for your halloween festivities!

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Recipe Notes:

  • You can find a fun skeleton at Michael’s, Walmart, Target, Amazon or even Party City. If you can’t find a skeleton, you could also use skeleton hands or a large skull in the middle of the board.
  • Omit any candy that the kids might not like and add all their favorites.
  • This is the one charcuterie board you do not have to add your typical meat and cheese. The more candy the better!

Trick or Treat Halloween Candy Board

  1. Place skeleton on large baking sheet or in the center of the table.skeleton on board
  2. Start by adding candy bars in and around skeleton.Candy added to tray
  3. Fill in with worms, gummy frogs, and eyeballs. Don’t forget the vampire teeth. Let the kids make their own trick or treat bag, enjoy.more candy added to candy board
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Trick or Treat Halloween Candy Board

Are you hosting a Halloween party this year? Well, you are in for a treat then because this Trick or Treat Halloween Candy Board will have all the kids gathered around.

Ingredients
 

  • Reese’s peanut butter cups
  • Hershey’s cookies and cream mini candy bars
  • Hersey milk chocolate candy mini candy bars
  • Crunch candy bars
  • Butterfinger candy bars
  • Kit Kat candy bar
  • Fun dip
  • Crybaby tearjerkers
  • Wax bottle candy
  • Candy dots
  • Gummy worms
  • Gum eyeballs
  • Mini mixture candy bars
  • Chocolate covered pretzels
  • Toxic waste candy
  • Gummy frogs
  • Candy corn
  • Pumpkin autumn mix candy Caramel Apple Suckers

Instructions

  • Place skeleton on large baking sheet or in the center of the table.
  • Start by adding candy bars in and around skeleton.
  • Fill in with worms, gummy frogs, and eyeballs. Don’t forget the vampire teeth.
  • Let the kids make their own trick or treat bag, enjoy.

Notes

Ingredients, nutrition and servings will vary based on what candies you use. 

Nutritional Disclaimer: Family Fresh Meals is not a dietician or nutritionist, and any nutritional information shared is only an estimate. We recommend running the ingredients through an online nutritional calculator if you need to verify any information.

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