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11 Kids’ Charcuterie Boards Your Littles Will Love

You'll have as much fun building these kids' charcuterie boards as your kiddos will have eating them.

We’ve got kids’ charcuterie boards for slumber parties, taco night, birthdays, after-school snack time and more! Get ready to own your title as the best parent ever.

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Slumber Party Board

Sleeping Bag Blondies are the stars of this kids’ charcuterie board. If you have the extra time to bake them, they’re perfectly on theme for a sleepover—but you could easily replace them with store-bought bars that match the rest of the sweet spread. Besides the blondies, this slumber party board has every pink, purple and blue candy you can think of from rock candy to gummy sharks to saltwater taffy.  

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After-School Snack Board

Even the pickiest kiddo will go for this board. It begins with snackable fruits and veggies like grapes, carrots, celery, blueberries and clementines. Load it up with crunchy animal crackers, Goldfish, Teddy Grahams and pretzels, plus sliced cheese that’s more playful when shaped by cookie cutters. Provide a little protein by prepping our Ham Pickle Pinwheels ahead of time or include beef sticks instead.

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Movie Night Board

Nothing says “cozy movie marathon” like a movie night snack board. Popcorn’s a must, so include three different kinds: cheddar popcorn, caramel corn and classic buttery kernels. Then load up on concession-stand classics like Twizzlers, Raisinets, M&M’s and Sour Patch Kids.

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S’mores Board

Fluffy marshmallows, Hershey’s chocolate and sturdy graham crackers are technically the only ingredients you need for a s’more—but why stop there? Go for the upgrade with a s’mores board. Along with grahams, offer chocolate chip cookies or Oreos; and give other chocolaty options like Reese’s cups. And provide peanut butter or Nutella to slather on the cracker (or cookie) for over-the-top decadence. Just don’t forget the skewers for mallow roasting!

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Pancake Board

The perfect stack of flapjacks is different for everyone—whether it’s chock-full of chocolate chips, sprinkled with blueberries or simply topped with a slab of butter. By making this breakfast charcuterie board, each one of your kids can build their perfect plate of pancakes.

The only food you need to whip up ahead is your favorite pancake recipe. From there, you can choose what toppings, spreads and syrups to include.

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Birthday Board

If the birthday kid doesn’t like cake (gasp!), a birthday charcuterie board is the perfect replacement. No one will miss the cake when you provide a slew of rainbow and sprinkle-covered sweets like mini cupcakes, frosted animal crackers, birthday cake fudge and sugar cookies. Just make sure you write “Happy Birthday” on one of the cookies to drive the message home.

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Taco Board

Take Taco Tuesday to new heights with a taco charcuterie board. Pile on the most basic taco fixin’s, like seasoned ground beef, shredded cheddar, chopped tomatoes and more, as well as fillings like carnitas and Cotija for grown-ups (or kids with more sophisticated taste).

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Hot Chocolate Board

Make a snow day even more magical for your littles by putting together a hot chocolate board full of out-of-the-ordinary toppings and pairings. They’ll love pouring warm milk over hot chocolate bombs to make them “explode” in their cups, but you can always pick up your favorite hot chocolate brand if you’d prefer to keep it simple. Finish the board with snowflake-shaped marshmallows, chocolate-covered Oreos, Pirouette cookies, gingersnaps and more wintry desserts to turn a simple cup of hot chocolate into a sweet treat.

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Pizza Board

Shake up pizza night with a pizza charcuterie board that lets everyone load their very own pie with favorite toppings. Include whatever ingredients your family will appreciate, whether that’s classic sausage and mozzarella or fixin’s for Hawaiian pizza. Make homemade pizza dough or pick up store-bought crusts to save time. 

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Individual Charcuterie Boards

Whether you call them kids’ charcuterie boards or Lunchables copycats, these snacks are perfectly portioned and take mere minutes to put together. Consider including meat, crackers, fruits and veggies and cheese. Depending on how you serve them—in a bento box, or on a small plate or mini cutting board—you can take them on the go, too. 

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Sandwich Board

Level up lunchtime with this sandwich board, a heartier version of the traditional charcuterie board. Load it with people’s favorite sandwich toppings, plus a few condiments like sun-dried tomato mayo and honey mustard. Don’t forget the pickles and the potato chips!

Lauren Pahmeier
Lauren is an associate editor at Taste of Home, focusing on search engine optimization. When she’s not making sure readers can find TOH’s recipes on Google, she’s practicing her food photography, consistently finding new recipes to try and hunting down the most indulgent treats in the Twin Cities.