Fall Dessert Charcuterie Board

by Charity
10 people
10 min

I know y’all have seen dessert charcuterie boards floating all around Pinterest, so I thought I would try to make one myself and give it a go. And I figured why not make it a fall dessert charcuterie board to be even more extra?? This would be so perfect for a Halloween party or just a fun night in with the family.

And the best part is, you can make this in just a matter of minutes and it is a completely no-bake fall dessert idea! So if you’re running short on time, this would be ideal to make.

Just buy some of your favorite fall goodies and/or candies and you’ve got yourself a beautiful, easy fall dessert charcuterie board in minutes!

Look how yummy and festive it is!

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Materials Needed for Fall Dessert Charcuterie Board:

You can really use whatever you want to, but I will list of what I used here to give you some ideas and a head start!

I love this Charcuterie board I got from The Nested Fig. I use it all the time for desserts, just like for my Fresh Apple Walnut Cake I made a few weeks ago.
  • Charcuterie Board (I got mine from The Nested Fig and you can use my code “Charity10” to get 10% off this and anything else from their amazing shop!)
  • Small Bowls
  • Candy Corn
  • Candy Pumpkins
  • Halloween Oreo’s
  • Frosted Fall Sugar Cookies
  • Hershey’s Cookies and Cream Fang Bars
  • Reese’s Pumpkins
  • Chocolate Covered Pretzels
  • Sweet and Salty Popcorn Mix

Basically, just browse around the fall/Halloween section at your local grocery store and pick up a few desserts you like best. How easy is that?!

All the ingredients you need to get started!

You know I love to bake, but sometimes I want something sweet without all the effort. So this easy, no-bake fall dessert charcuterie board is right up my alley. Plus, it is extremely festive and we all know I am a little over the top when it comes to holidays!

Styling the Dessert Charcuterie Board

Now, this is the fun part! Styling the dessert charcuterie board! I didn’t really have a game plan here, you can kind of just dump everything on there and rearrange it.

Chocolate and Candy Charcuterie Boards

No need to stress out, once you place everything on the board, it kind of just flows together naturally. I started by stacking the Halloween Oreos in the back of the board. Then, I added a bowl of the sweet and salty popcorn mix.

Halloween Oreos add the perfect festive touch!

You don’t have to add bowls, you can simply just throw everything out on the board, but I like to kind of break it up. This gives the charcuterie board more defined sections that way. But again, it would totally be up to you and how you want to style it.

Love me some frosted sugar cookies!

Then, I stacked the frosted sugar cookies next and added a big pile of the chocolate covered pretzels in the middle. I also had small bowls for the candy corn and candy pumpkins to place on the side.

All the pretzels in the middle of the board!

Finishing up, I opened a few Reese’s Pumpkins and the Hershey’s Cookies and Cream Fang bars. If you look closely at them, you can see they have teeth on them! Very appropriate for the Halloween/Fall theme we have going on here!

Chocolate Charcuterie Boards

I didn’t like how there were some clearly visible separation lines between all the desserts though when I was done. And since I had some extra candy corn and pumpkins leftover, I decided to pour them all around those empty areas to fill it up.

Not only did it do the job, but it made it even more festive too!

Finished Dessert Charcuterie Boards

How do you think it turned out?! I think it’s super cute and I absolutely love that it is a no-bake dessert option.

And any kid would absolutely go crazy over this I think as well. It would also be a perfect way to use up any leftover Halloween candy and/or treats they may have too!

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Let me know if you decide to make this too and what you used for yours! I would love to hear all about it.

Fall Dessert Charcuterie Board
Recipe details
  • 10  people
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes Cook time: 0 Minutes Total time: 10 min
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  • 1 bag Candy Corn
  • 1 bag Candy Pumpkins
  • 1 container Halloween Oreo's
  • 1 container Frosted Fall Sugar Cookies
  • 1/2 bag Hershey's Cookies and Cream Fang Bars
  • 1/2 bag Reese's Pumpkins
  • 1 container Chocolate Covered Pretzels
  • 1/2 bag Sweet and Salty Popcorn Mix

Stack cookies on charcuterie board.
Add bowl of popcorn and/or candy to charcuterie board.
Add pretzels in the middle as well as various chocolate bars around the board.
Fill in any gaps of the board with the leftover candy corn and pumpkins.
Serve and enjoy!
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