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Spruce Up Santa's Cookie Plate

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Charcuterie boards are one of my favorite things to put together when we have guests over. Quick, easy, pretty to look at, and oh so good. So quick and easy that why would you not do it for sweets as well?

I put a fun little treat display together last week for a movie night with the family with what we had in the pantry. Whether you planning it out or have all the contents it's quite simple. All you need is a display, your favorite treats,10 minutes, and voila a sweet board that no one could deny.

There are so many different ways to put together a sweet treat board. Here are a few that I just love:

Here's one from @paintandpeony with a little powdered donut action!

This board is a hot cocoa board put together by @valleyviewabode. What great ideas for those chilly days hanging around the house.

I just love the addition of the cake pops on this board by @everyday_tables.

A little added touch of colored popcorn on this beauty by @twolittletaylors

I hope these fun displays have inspired some ideas for your own treat boards. Putting a treat board together is a great family activity too! get the kids involved and put one together for Santa on Christmas Eve and maybe a fun one for Christmas morning with donuts, pastries, waffles, or even pancakes in the shape of reindeer...

Some of my favorite places to find unique treats and displays during the holidays are:

Williams Sonoma

Pottery Barn



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