Kids Halloween Charcuterie Board

With Halloween possibly looking different for my kids this year, I wanted to do something fun for them. I teamed up with some other bloggers to share some spooky and sweet treat ideas and figured a charcuterie board would be exciting. It was so simple to throw together, the kids were even able to help.

What Did I Use

The most important thing to remember is that you can literally use whatever you want to make this. For the one I made I picked up several things from the store: mini oranges, pretzel sticks, candy eyeballs, Oreos (looked high and low for orange filled, but it’s apparently not a thing this year), Reece’s Pieces, candy corn, cheese puffs, popcorn (I did a mic of white cheddar and caramel). All of the items were easily located at the grocery store, the biggest struggle was keeping them away from the kids until the day I made the board.

Putting The Charcuterie Board Together

This is where the kids came into play. I let them help me grab some handfuls of everything and put it in piles. We peeled the oranges and used a pretzel stick to replicate a stem and placed them sporadically around the board. We broke 3 pretzel sticks in half per Oreo and used them as legs, putting 3 on each side. Ones we had the “spiders” created, we added our candy eyeballs to bring them to life.


Finally, the kids were able to dig in! I did take it to the kitchen table so nothing was dropped. They all gathered around and cleared everything in the charcuterie board!

Other Spooky Ideas

I’ve connected with some amazing Bloggers to share some blogs featuring some spooky and sweet treat! Head to each of their blogs to check out what they are sharing.

Jessica – Fun And Spooky Pumpkin Quesadilla Treat For Kids

Kimmy – Graveyard Smash, Halloween Treat

Laila – Halloween Jack-O-Lantern Burger