This board might just be something out of my dreams. I am a die-hard fan of all things sweet, and no meal is complete for me without a sweet treat after.
The amount of baking I do increases tenfold during this time of year. But the last thing I want to think about is prepping some fancy dessert or worrying if what I baked turned out okay. Enter the easiest (and maybe the most fun) dessert you’ve ever made for the holidays—a cookie and candy board.
Since this board is just assembling so many delicious things, there are so many wonderful things about it. But, the best thing is that it would be the ultimate way to serve up dessert for all the holiday cookies you receive! So, whether you’ve decided to host a social distanced cookie swap or you simply just love holiday treats—this board is for you!
To create an entire ‘Holiday Party on a Board’ experience:
Start with our Ultimate Holiday Cheese Board, followed by a Pita and Kebab Board for dinner, and your Cookie and Candy Board for dessert—now that’s a festive feast!
This post was originally published on December 11, 2019, and has since been updated.
- An assortment of cookies (shortbread, biscotti, linzers, gingerbread cookies)
- Chocolate covered pretzels
- Caramel Corn
- Christmas candies
- Salted Caramels
- Candy canes
- Peppermint Bark
1. For a little bit of structure and to separate a few things out, I used cupcake liners to stack like cookies and create some sections on the board rather than having just piles of cookies on top of each other.
2. To cut through the sweetness, I found some amazing salted caramels that were pre-wrapped and are perfect for guests who don't have a sweet tooth and just need a little bite of something from the board.
3. The other fun thin about this board is that you can incorporate ingredients that would also allow it to double has a hot chocolate bar. Whip up a big batch of your favorite hot chocolate for people to serve up for themselves, and then they can adorn their cups with marshmallows, candy cane stirrers, or cookies to dip with.
4. To make sure you don't end up with a whole board to yourself after the party, have a stack of to-go cookie boxes or parchment bags so guests can take extra cookies and candies home for themselves.
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Where did you get that beautiful wood platter? Lovely!
I also, want to know where this wooden platter is from! Beautiful!
Personally, I like adding some tortilla strips into the slow cooker in the beginning so they thicken the soup as they dissolve into the liquidy tortilla soup goodness in the crock pot, slowly, throughout the day.
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