A sweet party platter is guaranteed to be hit when entertaining! Learn how to make a dessert platter with tons of easy ideas, themes, and style tips to put together the ultimate dessert charcuterie board!
Baby Shower Dessert Board - Pick candies and dessert colors to pair with gender. Add baby themed toothpicks and cake decorations to desserts.
Wedding or Wedding Shower Dessert Table - Choose elegant desserts such as petit fours, cream puffs, french macaroons, mini cupcakes, and dipped strawberries.
Book Club - Think afternoon tea with sweet scones, shortbread, cream puffs, jam cookies, biscuits, devonshire cream, and lemon curd.
Valentine's Day Dessert Plate - Serve heart-shaped cookies, red and pink candies, chocolates, candy hearts, and brownies cut into heart shapes.
Christmas Dessert Platter - Display all that holiday baking with Christmas cookies, fudge, gingerbread men, spice breads, truffles, dipped pretzels, candy, and peanut brittle.
Cookie Exchange - This also works for a Christmas dessert board or just any excuse to have friends come together and bake! Put out small to-go containers for guests to bring home their own party gift.
Wine and Cheese - Pair lighter desserts, such as fresh fruit, chocolate dipped dried fruit, shortbread cookies, fresh honeycomb, and jams with a variety of cheeses.
Birthday - Bring out the funfetti desserts and lots of sprinkles. Display fun and whimsy treats for kids, like cotton candy, cupcakes, candy bar, or dipped marshmallows. For adults, think throwback desserts, like old fashioned candy, Little Debbie's snack cakes, or vintage recipes for cakes, cookies, and bars.