Christmas Candy Dessert Board.
Recently, I hosted a book club get-together. Since it was going to be in December, I thought it would be fun to have a Christmas candy dessert board for my friends to enjoy.
I also provided a cheese board and veggie board with ranch to balance out the sugar.
It turned out really pretty…
especially next to these darling plates and napkins (listed in the supply list).
I often post recipes, crafts, decor, etc. that I have made that I want to remember. So, I wanted to share this on my blog so I can remember what I put on this board in case I want to create a similar one in the future.
While the supply list seems rather long, if you have a board, small bowls, and little teaspoons you just need to go to the holiday section of your local grocery store and pick out items that are red, green, white, or that are peppermint, chocolate, or classic Christmas themed.
I love this old fashion Christmas candy.
It was fun to put together, easy, and quick.
I got a lot of compliments on it and I didn’t even have to make anything.
There are extras of each item that I can use at another party or gathering as well.
Supply List for this Christmas Candy Dessert Board
Spoons 50 for $12.00 Boao store color light brown
Oh What Fun! Gingerbread napkins—From My Mind’s Eye
Disposable Christmas plates- From Temu
Directions on how to put together this Christmas Candy Dessert Board
1- I placed bowls and white dishes on the board in the following order. I put one medium-sized bowl in the middle on the board, then I put three round small glass round bowls and three white square dishes alternating on the edge of the tray.
2- I filled the bowls and trays with the food and candy.
3- I filled in around the bowls and trays with starlight peppermints and spearmints, mini candy canes, and straight candy cane rods.
That’s it, it was so easy.
Note- If you are going to set it up at a party (not in your home) I’d recommend taking the items and assembling it there.
Once I had the supplies, I was able to make this Christmas Candy Dessert board in about ten minutes.
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