From charcuterie to butter, it seems as if you don’t really have a party unless there is some sort of grazing board. But, so many of these ideas seem like they’ve been done over and over again. If you are looking for something different, take some inspiration from your sweet tooth and create a stunning and fun Boo-cuterie board this Halloween!
Start by creating mini skulls with the Skull Bites Cakelet Pan. This pan makes 20 mini skulls that can be decorated or left plain on your board, depending on the look you’re going for. Or you can make mini skull ice to add to your favorite brew to serve with your board. Then, add some of that batter (or make new!) to the Tombstone Cakeletpan. This pan has six different grave themes to mix-up the look of your board without having to put in a lot more effort.
Round out your platter with a few skeletons using the Spooky Skeleton Cakelet Pan. This pan makes four different skeletons that can be enhanced with frosting “bones” or left just as they are. Either way, they’ll be a Halloween highlight!
No Halloween table is complete without ghouls, goblins and monsters! Bring on the Monster Mash Cakelet Pan! This pan makes eight unique monster cakes, which can be easily outlined with frosting or can be left plain, depending on the look you’re going for.
Now comes the fun part. Grab your cakeletes as well as some of your favorite Halloween candies, or color coordinate your boo-cuterie board to match a party theme or décor aesthetic. Layer them in between your cakelets, filling in any of the holes you may see. Now you have the perfect boo-cuterie board! Want to make it even more interactive? Melt chocolate or different color icings for dipping, just as you would jams on a cheese and meat-based charcuterie board. It’s that easy!
There are many other dessert board ideas with our Halloween collection, whether sweet or savory. For all you Bundt-lovers, build a Haunted House Bundt display to really wow your guests at your Halloween party. It’s easy to make and no over-the-top decoration is needed! Start with our Pumpkin Spice Haunted House Bundt recipe and center on a large round platter. Add chocolate chips, sugar in the raw, sliced almonds for stepping stones, marshmallow fluff for “spider webs” and extra Halloween decorations to top it all off. A fun addition are tea lights for a spooky effect when serving. Options are endless!
Now you’ve got party platter ideas that everyone will talk about for years to come! Need more recipe inspiration? Try your hand at these delicious chocolate peanut butter cup Monster Mash Cakelets; add a touch of fudge with Skeleton Brownie Cakelets; or spice up your board with these Spicy Skull Cake bitelets. And, that’s not all! Check out all these sweet and savory recipes for the Skull Cakelet Pan – you can even use them all year!