This Bat Snack Board is so easy to put together and perfect for a Halloween spooky movie night!
Charcuterie Boards and Snack Boards are really fun to make. They’re also super easy because you just can’t mess them up. Grab a platter, your favorite snacks and let’s make a snack board.
Bat Snack Board
For Halloween, I thought a bat theme would be fun and it turned out really cute. I love movie nights with my kids and as much as we love fresh popcorn, I also like switching it up.
Here is what you’ll need:
- A platter/cutting board/serving board/plate charger
- Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
- Candy Eyeballs
- Gel Icing
- Black Twizzlers
- White chocolate covered pretzels
- Cheddar Popcorn
- Goldfish crackers
- Candy Corn
- Reese’s Pieces
- Any snack or candy that’s yellow, orange or white.
Reese’s Peanut Butter Bats
This part is super easy! Start by making as many bats as you think will fit comfortably on the platter you’re using. I was making a small one since it was just for two kids, so I made two bats. If this were for a party, I’d use something bigger.
- Simply cut a triangle in the top of a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup.
- Stick candy eye balls on top with gel icing.
- Cut black Twizzlers in half, then half again and stack them to make wings under the Reese’s.
How To Put Together A Snack Board
All you have to do is fill in your assorted snacks around the bats. I like the contrast of white against the black bats so I stuck with the marshmallows and white chocolate pretzels.
I find it easier to carefully make a single layer of everything around the snack board, then go back and pile it up higher.
Truthfully, you do not have to take this whole thing very seriously. Just find things in the colors you like and add them in. That’s it!
If you’re looking for even more charcuterie boards for Halloween, I’ve got a bunch more right here.
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