How to Make a Kid-Friendly Cheese Platter
Hurray! We made it to the ‘ber months! (September, October, November, December) Celebrate all things autumn (kids back in school, sweater weather, and the falling temperatures) with this ultra kid-friendly cheese platter that will have everyone, even the pickiest eaters, coming back for more delicious treats.
The key to a perfect kid-friendly cheese platter? Updating your favorite childhood snacks and mixing and matching sweet and savory flavors that taste great one their own or on a beautifully arranged platter. Remember to include a variety of textures and colors, and you’ll be ready for hosting, gathering, and enjoying the changing season.
A good graze board doesn’t need super fancy ingredients, but we do have a few easy tips for elevating basic appetizers into something truly special. Head to your favorite grocery-store with our tried-and-true shopping list and get ready for some serious snacking that offers something for everyone.
Fall Graze BoardFor the Sweet Tooth
- Strawberries (when in season, but apples, baby tangerines, and pears are also great options.)
- Sugar Snap Peas
- Cherry tomatoes
- Olives (sticking on fingers totally optional)
- Colby-Jack Cheese shapes (Use a cookie cutter and pre-sliced cheese and wow the elementary-school set. Plus, who doesn’t love coordinating your cheese with your crackers?)
- Mozzarella string cheese wrapped in pepperoni