These days, everyone’s favorite method of food presentation seems to be The Board. Butter boards – made by layering softened butter with toppings such as bourbon-glazed bacon or honeyed apples alongside nice, crusty bread – have dominated social media and captured everyone’s attention. Then there are potato skin boards for football parties and breakfast boards for brunch.
So, to keep up with the trend, we’ve gathered some of our favorite Halloween food board ideas that are circulating around social media.
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If you’re looking for something pretty, spooky and fun, look no further. We have the perfect model for you.
Aisha Beau Frisbey, a content creator and speaker, posted her Halloween-themed board on Instagram in a reel that is both elegant and a little eerie centered around a dark, glittery tree centerpiece.
The board balances sweet and savory flavors with elements such as blueberry goat cheese, dry salami, jam and so much more — and, it’s really pretty.
Ouija (charcuterie) board
Get creative with your presentation materials. Don’t pull any old wooden board or dish out of your cabinet for your All Hallows Eve charcuterie presentation.
Babylon Cheese Cellar posted an image of their own charcuterie board to Instagram styled on a Ouija board. The shop, which styled the board for Newsday, even included olives altered to look like eyeballs.
This board actually does appear scary thanks to a creative shaping and the use of prosciutto.
@healthyholme posted a reel on Instagram of a hand-shaped charcuterie board earlier this month that is just realistic enough at first glance to be a bit terrifying.
Taking inspiration from another Instagram user, @ghoul.at.heart, @healthyholme wrote she used goat cheese, cheese sticks and prosciutto to create a realistic display.
Hocus Pocus board
If you’re a “Hocus Pocus” fan, this one is for you.
Hill Country Cravings, an account focused on “elevated” charcuterie boards, posted an image earlier this month of a board made to mirror the image of the Sanderson sisters Winnie, Sarah and Mary using cut cheese, cured meats and berries for hair.
Spooky and sweet snack board
Boards leave room for a variety of food types. Moving away from cheeses and meats, @fashionablehostess posted an image on Instagram of a “spooky snack board” complete with frosting-covered Oreos made to look something like ghosts.
This treat board is perfect for kids, but fun for all ages, too.
A healthy ghoulish board
There’s no argument: Sweet snacks abound in October. So, if you’re looking to make a healthier board option, try these carrot ghosts that can be arranged on a board. They’re so cute and who can say no to a good source of Vitamin A?
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