Perfect for Thanksgiving breakfast, brunch, snacks and more – put together this easy Thanksgiving Brunch Board to satisfy family and friends before the big meal!
Thanksgiving Brunch Snack Board
Hi friends! Thanksgiving is around the corner and it got me to thinking about our upcoming menu. Now we typically plan to go all out for the “big meal” – turkey, ham and all the fixins but what about breakfast or the beginning of the day? So much time and effort (and eating) goes into Thanksgiving lunch or dinner that we don’t usually have time or appetites for the morning of.
Well have I got the idea for you! An easy and delicious Thanksgiving Brunch Board! This board is full of sweet and savory snacks that you can purchase and whip up before hand and are easy to arrange the morning of Thanksgiving for
Tools used to make a Thanksgiving Brunch Board
- Extra Large Wood Paddle: I got this board at World Market and it is my most favorite large charcuterie board ever. It’s great for so many things!
- Ceramic Pumpkin Bakers: A festive dish for the harvest season, these white ceramic pumpkin bakers are perfect for soups, baking and holding appetizers, dips and more!
Thanksgiving Brunch Board Ingredients
Now the key to this easy Thanksgiving Brunch Board is for it to be easy to put together, so I stuck with store bought treats, but you could also add in homemade snacks if already prepared. I grabbed most of the sweet snacks from my local World Market. I also grabbed a meat and cheese snack pack from the grocer along with a roasted pumpkin hummus – perfect for the savory snacks! Here is a short list of what we used:
- Paluani Pandoro
- Foil Wrapped Turkeys
- Cheeseboard Crackers
- Roasted Pumpkin Hummus
- Bagel Chips
- Pita Chips
- Pepperoni and Cheddar Snack Pack
- Andes Toffee Crunch Thins
- Dove Caramel Chocolates
How to make a Thanksgiving Brunch Snack Board
First I filled the Pumpkin Ramekins with the roasted pumpkin hummus and Dove Chocolates and arranged them on the large paddle board. I created the “sweet” side first: layering the Stroopwafels, Stollen, Paluani Pandoro, foil wrapped Turkeys, Dove Chocolates and Andes Toffee Crunch thins.
Next, I transitioned to savory with Cheeseboard crackers, then layered the cheddar and pepperoni, bagel bites and pita chips around the hummus-filled ramekin.
And there you have it, in just minutes you have a Thanksgiving Brunch Board perfect for a crowd who will likely want to “snack” before a big Thanksgiving lunch, but you don’t have to worry about making and serving a big meal, while you’re prepping and cooking for the BIG meal!
I know this is what we’re going to do! It’s also perfect for a pre-Thanksgiving appetizer if you have guests coming over while you’re finishing the meal and need something set out for folks to snack on. I hope this helps and inspires you to create your own board this holiday season!
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