Ultimate Snack Platters

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I am majorly into making these Ultimate Snack Platters! They are such a fun and easy way to set out tons of food that everybody can just pick at to get all their own favorites. Clean up is a breeze, too, because you put everything together on one giant platter. Snack Platters are perfect for any large gathering. Have it set out and ready to go when guests arrive so nobody is stuck waiting around for food. I also love to serve them after school when my kids are ravenous. It definitely beats them standing in front of the open fridge deciding what they feel like eating. This way there are lots of colors, textures, and flavors to choose from so there is something for everybody. 

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. My passion is creating simple, healthy recipes that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

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  • Jennifer

    These are some great ideas for summer and our upcoming kitchen renovation. We often do a sort "ploughman's platter" (american interpretation) on hot summer nights: summer sausage, different cheese wedges, crusty bread, apple wedges, grapes, and some pickled veggies. And on farmer's market days, I like to do open face sandwiches (radish and butter, ham with pickle, tomato with mayo) on baguette with some summer fruit from the market and pickled vegetable.

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  • Alison

    Yes! We have a small family, so I sometimes just do the 'snack plate' for supper. It can really contain anything you have on-hand. Sometimes I'll even take a leftover slice or two of pizza and cut them up into little squares. My 5 year old absolutely loves the 'snack plate' supper. It's also an easy way to round out a meal when you know that your kid won't touch the other items you've made. Thanks for your tasty creations!

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