A Halloween Treat Platter filled with Halloween candy and chocolate

Halloween Treat Platter

Course: Snack, Sweet treats
Cuisine: British
Keyword: Charcuterie Board, Halloween Platter, Party Platter, Snacks Board
Skill level: Easy
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 25 people
Calories: 132kcal
Author: Amy Treasure
An easy to put together Halloween Treat Platter brimming with everyone's favourite sweets, candy and chocolates!
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Ingredients

  • Chocolate Jack O Lanterns

    from Asda
  • Pumpkin Chocolate Balls

    from Asda
  • Pontefract cakes

    from Waitrose
  • Reese's Peanut Butter Pumpkins

    from B&M
  • Tony's Choco Lonely Bars

    from Waitrose
  • Orange and Black Twist Lollies

    from B&M
  • Large Gummy Eyeballs

    from B&M
  • Halloween Edition Randoms

    from B&M
  • Spooky Chocolate Discs

    from B&M
  • Pink Marshmallow Strings

    from B&M
  • Spooky Ghost, Pumpkin, Bat and Cat Lollipops

    from B&M
  • Halloween Edition Refreshers and Drum Stick Lollipops

    from B&M
  • Vampire Teeth

    from B&M
  • Gummy Brains

    from B&M
  • Day of The Dead Marshmallow Lollipop

    from Waitrose
  • Crispy M&Ms

    from Asda
  • Small green sweets, eggs, rings and black hearts

    Haribou Collection from B&M
  • Pink and White Chocolate Mice, Large Jelly snakes, Red Lace, Blue Bon Bons and Watermelon Sours

    Pic 'n' Mix from Asda

Instructions

  • Gather all the items you'll be using for your platter.
  • On your board, space out a couple of cupcake cases or small bowls and fill them with small sweets such as chocolate eyeballs.
  • Place any larger items on your board to act as a framework.
  • Use a couple of taller cups for things like lollipops.
  • Add items on to you board in groups of colour - try to vary it so different colours are next to each other. 
  • Once you can see how much space you've got to work with you can fill in any gaps with smaller items.
  • For a final flourish add some pretend spiders (just make sure no one eats them by mistake).
  • I popped a pumpkin ornament on to my platter and surrounded it with Halloween crackers and a skeleton hand for extra decoration.

Notes

I used a 40cm round wooden board, you could use a chopping board, tray or large plate. 
Nutrition values are an estimate. Nutrition info will vary depending on what items you use for your platter. 

Nutrition

Serving: 25g | Calories: 132kcal