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Christmas Snack Platter

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Here it is, the ultimate Christmas Snack Platter! This snack board was really easy to create and uses a lot of in-season produce. Besides having beautiful holiday colors, the board features the perfect mix of fresh fruit, festive snacks, cheese, and crackers.

Celery and peanut butter are a definite favorite in our house so the family loved the idea of adding edible eyes, pretzel antlers, and a raspberry nose to create Rudolph.

I’m a huge guacamole fan so it only made sense to create a few mini trees with triangle crackers and a decorative pomegranate top.

Get a mix of salty and sweet with the white chocolate pretzels and add a ’tis the season flair with pomegranate arils. We added them all over! Sprinkle them on for added festive fun or use alone in a bowl.

Dragonfruit, while sometimes considered a lesser-known fruit, really adds a nice pop of color and will be a fun conversation starter for guests who might not have ever tried a Dragonfruit. If you want to drop some knowledge on your guests, check out our tips on how to pick, prep, and store dragonfruit

We can’t forget about the citrus, apples and grapes. Staples for most grazing boards. We assembled this board and used it as an appetizer station for guests while finishing up Christmas dinner. Buying a little extra time! 

Prep Tip: Sprinkle a little apple or pineapple juice on your apples to keep them from browning!

Speaking of dinner, don’t let the holiday shuffle stress you out. Check out our 20 Make-Ahead Freezable Meals for the Busy Holiday Season. We have you covered! 

Christmas Snack Platter

Christmas Snack Platter

The ultimate holiday snack board! This colorful board features the perfect mix of fresh fruit, festive snacks, cheese, and crackers. Assemble this board an a fun appetizer station for your guests while you finish preparing Christmas dinner. Pro tip: sprinkle a little apple or pineapple juice on your apples to keep them from browning.

Yield: 8 servings
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes


  • 4 ounces white Cheddar cheese, cubed
  • 1/2 Pomegranate, seeded
  • 3 ounces triangle crackers
  • 1 green apple, sliced
  • 1.5 cup red seedless grapes
  • 1/2 orange,, sliced
  • 1/2 dragonfruit, sliced
  • 1 stalk celery
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter
  • 2 tablespoons guacamole
  • 4 ounces white chocolate pretzels


  1. Assemble all ingredients on large cutting board or serving tray.
  2. To prepare reindeer celery, cut celery into 3" slides. Spread with peanut butter. Top with pretzel, candy eyes, and a raspberry
  3. To prepare Christmas tree crackers, spread guacamole on crackers. Top with pomegranate aril.

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Grace Vilches

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Grace Vilches

With a passion for healthy eating and digital marketing, Grace found her perfect match with the Produce for Kids team. A south Florida native, Grace grew up in Miami surrounded by delicious Cuban food and a love for family. Grace is the Produce for Kids in-house video production guru working to bring partner’s products and brands to life. You will often see Grace on the Produce for Kids Instagram Story sharing the latest food trends, news on the latest Produce for Kids promotions and meal prep ideas. When she’s not working she’s looking for the newest foodie spots with her husband and mini Australian shepherd, Ollie.

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