Let’s Celebrate: Halloween Treat & Dessert Board



Large Serving Bowl / Table Runner / Star Garland / Mini Latte Bowl / Witch Bowl-Target Dollar Spot (Similar Here & Here & Here) / Mini Disco Balls
It’s no secret we are all about the “snack life” over here and snack/dessert boards have become one of my very favorite things to whip-up for parties. I was so excited to find so many festive snack goodies this year- from the fang shaped Pirate booty and bat shaped animal cookies, I knew I had to make a Halloween inspired treat board! I grabbed one of my favorite platters from MacKenzie-Childs, mini latte bowls from Anthropologie and the cutest witch snack dish from the Target dollar spot and got busy filling everything up. 

I love using a few smaller bowls within my larger platter to add a little dimension, plus it helps to separate snacks a bit too! I typically start by filling the middle spot first with a large item, like the pumpkin shaped pretzels and then work my way around the platter, alternating between sweet and salty treats when I can. Adding in a few glittery spiders and disco balls made the platter just a little extra, which we of course love all the sparkle! This would be such a fun snack to make for your family to enjoy during pumpkin carving or while cuddling up and watching your favorite Halloween movie. The best part is, there is no cooking involved, so if you can open a bag of snacks, you can recreate this party dish, happy snacking friends and happy ALMOST Halloween. 

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