Father’s Day Snack Board is a treat to surprise dad with all his favorite snacks. Whip this up and treat dad on Father’s Day to his own dad snack board. Meats, cheese, jerky, nuts, and more.
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Why Make This Father’s Day Snack Board
- Easy to Make
- Perfect “Dad” themed snack board
- Kids will love helping
- Add all your favorite snacks on the board
What Goes On This Snack Board
- Sliced meat or deli meat – salami, pepperoni, ham, etc.
- Dried Fruit
You can honestly put any of your dad’s favorites. I wanted to create a fun grazing board that had all his favorites. I wrote dad in the cheese cubes, but feel free to do whatever you want.
What Type of Tray To Use For Grazing Board
I used a wooden cutting board, but you are more welcome to use any style of board you would like. The goal is to just have enough area to write out dad or whatever word you want. You can even use a cookie sheet. Just place some aluminum foil over the top of the pan.
How To Assemble Snack Board
Start by writing out the letters you want on the board. I did #1 Dad.
Then you will begin to add snack items around the board. Placing crackers, chips, nuts, etc.
I the center of the letter, “D” you can add in cups with dip or other items.
You want to try and fill up the board with all items for dad to enjoy.
Tips and Tricks For Making Father’s Day Snack Board
- Write out dad with the cheese first, that way you know you have enough room.
- Create clusters of food all around the board that way you can reach and snack.
- Get creative with what you add to the board. Create a mix of items.
- You can make it in advance just cover tightly and then store in the fridge until ready to serve.
- You can buy pre-cut cheese or cube up your cheese yourself from a block of cheese.
- cheese cubes
- beef jerky
- cherry tomatoes
- kettle chips
- French onion dip
- Spell out #1 Dad with cheese cubes. You might have to cut the cheese cubes in half to make the # sign.
- Next, fill in the empty outer spaces on the board with some of the larger snacks that won't roll off, like chips, salami, and crackers.
- Lastly, place smaller snacks in mini bowls, like the M&Ms and cherry tomatoes. Place inside the letters and around the board as space allows.
- This would be a fun activity for kids to help with!!
***Use all of the dad in your life's favorite snacks!!
Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 54Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 4mgSodium: 114mgCarbohydrates: 5gFiber: 0gSugar: 3gProtein: 1g