How to Build an Easter Candy Board

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In the past few years, grazing boards have expanded into so many categories outside of just cheese and charcuterie with sweets and treats being just one of them. This entertaining phenomenon is the perfect way to get creative in the kitchen and munch more experientially. And since you loved our Halloween candy board so much so I decided to curate one with an Easter twist for you to enjoy.

If you're hosting Easter weekend at home an Easter candy board is the perfect way to welcome family in and indulge during your annual Easter egg hunt or after Easter brunch. You can also make it the parting favor by grabbing cellophane bags and sending everyone off in the sweetest way, with treats to go.  And don't forget your work family! Bring a board in for a nice mid-week treat.

We've made creating your board easy this year by stocking our store with loads of Easter treats. Grab our Easter Sugar Cookies, Hoppy Marshmallow Easter Eggs, Spring Twist Frosted Pretzels, Mint Bunny Bark, and my personal favorite Coconut Haystacks for your Easter candy board.

And speaking of boards, we have every shape, size and color to work with any color theme you have in your home. Here I used our round french blue board, but if blue is not your go-to color might I suggest our gorgeous sage green, pink, white or classic natural.

No matter what you have on your seasonal board, it should be hard to stop at just one bite. I encourage you to think outside the board and don't take it too seriously. Remember creating any board should be easy and fun for both you and your guests. Truly, MKR

Happy Easter!

P.S. I hope you enjoyed our first Welcome blog post! I look forward to brining you more creative content in this space on a weekly basis. Please let me know in a comment below if there's anything you'd like to see me tackle or talk about. Welcome Home Friends! #welcomehome

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Love this Easter board! Would love to see how to elevate classic cocktails with a spring twist or even hosting ideas for a backyard/patio BBQ!