Halloween Treats: Jackuterie Board

Halloween is just around the corner and I needed to make a jackuterie board treat for the girls. After making this, I knew I had to share this with you all! Each year, the holidays mark a time of memory making so I want to encourage you to make something with your kids. These moments will last a lifetime, and it’s fun to make Halloween desserts!

One of the best parts about Halloween is how creative you can be. From spider cake pops to carrot fingers and salsa, you can create anything. With that in mind, I wanted to make the halloween jackuterie board fun and healthy for the girls. I always like to keep sugar low and nutrients high when making food for kids. Meanwhile, you know that it has to be delicious!

This Halloween I decided to make a jackcuterie board that’ll leave everyone happy! I used ingredients I had on hand, and kept it themed by colors. So whether you have making this for your kids or for a party, it’ll be spooky good and super simple. Ready to make this but still in search of a sweet treat? Check out my rice crispy treats that have a frighteningly awesome secret ingredient! Below you’ll find the items I used, but you should definitely be creative and have fun!

  • Carrots
  • Clementines
  • Cookies (tip: cut them in call so they won’t wobble off the board)
  • Cheese puffs
  • Raisins (great for the eyes!)
  • Blackberries
  • Blueberries
  • Cheese
  • Veggie straws (I picked out the orange ones to keep the color theme!)
  • Orange Peppers
  • Carrots
  • Dehydrated Carrots
  • Crackers
  • Cantaloupe
  • Caramel popcorn wafers
  • Cucumber

Jess Cathell

Jess Cathell is an Atlanta based lifestyle and interior creator, designer, and tastemaker. With years of experience in home decor and a portfolio ranging from farm house to the beach, Jess is known for creating balanced spaces with notes of the unexpected. Inspired by the fusion of traditional elements with bold contemporary design, she has developed a clear transitional style. Her most recent work can be found in the Atlanta Magazine as a tribute to the modern home work space. She has collaborated with brands such as Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, and is continually looking to connect with local and sustainable sources.

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