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Valentine’s Day is coming soon! Here is some inspo for you – A Valentine’s Day Dessert Charcuterie Board with all my favorites!
I have to tell you HOW MUCH I LOVE doing charcuterie boards, my first one I ever made was in 2019 before they were a big thing.. it was actually for Father’s Day using Hickory Farms Meats & Cheeses and here we are in 2021 doing this one with all my favorite treats from Hickory Farms!
First you will start off with your board!
* The sky is the limit! I used this glass tray that you may see pop up at Christmas, and sometimes I use a board – you can use anything even just put it on paper!
Next you will gather your items!
I shopped at Hickory Farms and here are the items I got :
Valentine’s Day Chocolate Covered Strawberries HERE
Itty Bitty Sweetheart Flight HERE
Sweetheart Cookie Sandwich HERE
Gourmet Mini Donuts HERE
* You can use so many different things, this is just what I used!
When you are placing your items, it really is whatever way you like! I love to add little bowls and fun little accessories like the heart spoon HERE.
Find one item to really stick out on your charcuterie board like these LOVE strawberries!
Have you tried these brownie bites? I threw some sprinkles in for some color, and I thought the heart bowl was the perfect touch!
Now that it’s all put together, let’s take it out and surprise the kids! I can’t wait to see their face – I do know how excited they were when these Hickory Farms packages came!
Here is their little table, all set with heart doilies and their pink milk and fancy straws!
Isn’t this the cutest little set up ever?? I loved our old playhouse for Valentine’s Day HERE , and knew I needed to do something special and here it is! I will share more on this space in another post, but I hope you loved seeing another idea for a charcuterie board!
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