I am a sucker for a snack or grazing board. We love making these as our dinners sometimes, and for Valentine’s Day, I thought why not make a special treat for my family to graze on.
Since most of us are trying to watch what we eat, I wanted to include items that my husband, older teen daughters, and I would enjoy plus some little treats for my younger two children.
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Are you ready to check out this healthy Valentine’s Day treat for your family? Let’s go!
Once you gather your supplies, you simply place down your bowls first then begin adding your food.
There was really no certain way I placed things other than wanting to keep the fruit separate from the other items so it would feel fresh when grazing and not making the other items soggy. Though some boards are more structured and formal in their food design and food itself, mine is casual and fun for Valentine’s Day.
As I mentioned earlier, I wanted the food items (except the fruit) to be placed together but not in perfect lines. Letting the foods sprinkle over onto the others is okay! Keep going until all foods have been used and the tray looks full!
I will have to admit that these tasty foods were hard to resist while I was setting up this board. I just know it will be enjoyed by your family.
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