Best Halloween Candy Charcuterie Boards & How to Make One

Do you want to know the best ways to make a spooky candy platter for Halloween?

Charcuterie boards are so much fun to make and present on a table during your next Halloween party!

Halloween candy charcuterie boards are perfect for a family night in or a big Halloween party bash.

Kids and guests of all ages will love seeing your Halloween themed platter of sweet treats this year.

How to Make a Candy Board

To make your candy board all you really need is a charcuterie board like this one and a couple of your favorite treats.

You can also add some dessert style food or even some cheese to go along with your chocolate.

It’s also a great idea to get the Halloween themed version of your favorite candy and to color coordinate the board to your liking.

Be sure to add some kid friendly candy and some spooky themed touches to the board as well.

What to Put on a Halloween Candy Board

Lets start by adding CANDY!

It could be super overwhelming to pick what goes on your Halloween candy board since there are so many fun Halloween theme options to choose from when it comes to candy.

These awesome ideas will help you simplify the process and get you well on your way to making the best candy platter this year.

Here is my list of candy ideas to help you make one right now…

  • Halloween themed chocolates: this can be any kind but a few of my favorite are the peanut butter pumpkins and the M&M ghouls mix which is just a mixture of Halloween colored M&Ms but they’d look cute on a candy board, goes perfect with the theme.
  • Sugar skull lollipop rings: These lollipops are the cutest addition to any candy board, especially for a kids party. (also these Halloween themed suckers are sooo adorable!)
  • Halloween Milk Chocolate Goog-ly Eye Balls: What is a Halloween candy board without those eye balls staring right at ya! We can really use a couple of these scattered around the board to really make it spooky.
  • Halloween Candy Skull Jar: Finding this made me think center of the board or maybe have a couple of them laying down around the board? I don’t know but I am super into it. Gives it a nice classic Halloween vibe, and who doesn’t love gummy bears?! this is a must on my board.
  • White Dog Bones Candy: I don’t know why but I’m loving it. Sprinkling these around my board or having them all in one section can really give off that spooky ghoulish Halloween candy board vibe we are going for here. This 2lb bag of sweetness earns a spot on our board. They’re tiny and cute and I want them now.
  • Halloween Shaped Peeps Marshmallows Candy: OK, don’t leave yet! If you don’t like the peeps then move onto the next suggestion, but I am here to say I can handle a couple to add them to the board, especially if they’re as awesome looking as these right here. (I mean how great is the cat one?!)
  • REESE’S White Creme Peanut Butter Snack Size Ghosts Candy: I am super excited about these! They look so good but be sure to add them cautiously if you have a peanut allergy kid on your hands. That goes for the peanut butter eggs I mentioned earlier as well. If you know your kid or anyone else kids is fine with peanuts, then I highly suggest adding these to your platter.

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Kid Friendly Halloween Themed Charcuterie Board Ideas

Now that you get the gist of how to create your own Halloween candy board and an idea of what kind of candy is great for it. I took the liberty of curating these ideas for you.

If you want to learn more about how these boards were created I linked to the original source right below the photo where you can go and get more details.

If you do end up copying any of these boards it would be cool to pin them and then add a picture to the pin so I can see what yours looks like when you’re done!

#1. Spooky rat and spider candy board

#2. Skeleton hand and toxic waste Halloween themed platter

#3. Cute skull and pumpkin candy board theme

#4. Yummy cookie and candy board

#5. Trick or treat candy board idea with licorice

#6. Halloween colored dessert board with candy

#7. Nightmare before Christmas candy board

#8. Orange theme candy platter

#9. RIP theme Halloween candy board

#10. Hey Boo party candy platter

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