Sweet Treats

February 10, 2023

Showing those that you love how much you love them couldn’t be simpler. Whether store bought treats are dressed up, or you’re preparing those home baked goods to be displayed beautifully with love, it’s easy to customize your treats. With Valentines Day just a few days away you may be baking all those delicious desserts for your sweethearts, or you are looking to the bakery or maybe just the grocery store isle for those delectables.

Something that is fun to do is to create a simple chocolate lover’s ‘charcuterie board that is layered in rich delicious chocolatey treats. This one was so easy and fun to put together. I picked up all the elements for the chocolate lover in my home from the grocery store. The wood serving board, I already owned.

Creating the Valentine Charcuterie Board

Here is what I used. Of course, you can tailor any charcuterie board to fit your tastes, favorites, and desires. There is no right or wrong way to put everything together.

Sweet Treats Board

All your sweet favorites on one board for simple sweet treats grazing.


Bread Board, rustic cutting board, serving platter or something sturdy. Wood, marble, slate or ceramic boards – there are lots of options. Make sure whatever you use is food safe.

Selection of Treats

  • Chocolate, fudgy graham crackers
  • Sweet Occasion chocolates
  • Wafers filled with chocolate
  • Be My Valentine Strawberry Cakes
  • Pirouline Rolled Chocolate Straws
  • Hershey’s Chocolate Popcorn Snack Mix
  • Little Debbie cakes
  • Powdered Donuts
  • Reese’s Heart shaped Peanut Butter cups
  • Ghirardelli milk chocolate caramel hearts
  • Hostess Snoballs
  • Frosted animal crackers

Some of the foodie items were added for a pop of color.


Assemble all your treats – desserts for snacking and nibbling. Add anything else you might desire. This charcuterie board fits the needs of all ages – family fun, favorite love, or galantines. However, the spirits were added for adults only.

Last tip – Everything looks better on a board!


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