An easy and festive Christmas Tree Snack Board that is sure to be enjoyed by all at your holiday gathering!

Christmas Tree Snack Board by The BakerMama

O Christmas Tree!

O Christmas Tree! How yummy are thy branches?! …and edible decorations, presents, snow and stars, oh my! This Christmas Tree Snack Board is almost too cute to eat…almost! 😉

It turned out so adorable and super snackable. Whether it be the appetizer for a holiday party, a snack on Christmas Eve, your contribution to the kids’ classroom Christmas party or just as a fun activity to make and eat with your family this holiday season, everyone is sure to enjoy it!

It comes together so quickly with a great variety of healthy snacks! The beauty about my snack boards is that I share them to inspire you in hopes that you make it your own with whatever you have on hand or what you think your family and friends will enjoy most. All of the foods on this snack board are shades of green, red and white so feel free to use whichever foods in these colors that are convenient for you, within your budget and of course, delicious!

Christmas Tree Snack Board by The BakerMama

What Do I Need to Make a Christmas Tree Snack Board

  • Green pear, green grapes, red grapes, red raspberries and dried cranberries
  • Sugar snap peas, green bell pepper, broccoli florets
  • Red beet mini round crackers
  • Salami chips
  • Salami sticks
  • Red tomato soup seasoned crackers
  • White cheese (goat’s milk, white cheddar, havarti or provolone)
  • White cheddar cheese snow balls
  • Mini star shaped cheese slices
  • Ranch dressing
  • 18″ x 24″ Wood Board

How to Make a Christmas Tree Snack Board

I built this Christmas Tree Snack Board on an 18″ x 24″ Wood Board.

It all starts with a stack of white cheese slices that I cut into large star shapes. I used a pre-sliced white goat’s milk cheese from Trader Joe’s and a star-shaped cookie cutter. You could use any white sliced cheese such as cheddar, provolone or havarti.

From the star down, I built the Christmas tree shape with all green fruits and vegetables. Keeping it small at the top and building it larger out with each layer to the bottom of the tree shape. I used a thinly sliced green pear, sugar snap peas, green bell peppers, cornichons (mini pickles), broccoli and green grapes.

Christmas Tree Snack Board by The BakerMama

Now it’s time to decorate the tree! I used all red foods to create a garland look between each layer of green foods. The red foods I used were raspberries, dried cranberries, 3 Seed Beet Crackers from Trader Joe’s, salami chips and red grapes.

Christmas Tree Snack Board by The BakerMama

For the tree trunk, I used Citterio Salami Sticks that I also found at Trader Joe’s but are sold at several stores.

Under the tree, I created little presents with square-shaped Tomato Soup Seasoned Crackers from Trader Joe’s and thin cuts of a white cheese slice for the ribbon look on them. Under the presents, I put some Utz white cheddar cheese snow balls.

Christmas Tree Snack Board by The BakerMama

And above the tree, I put Horizon star-cut cheese slices that I found at Target. I also served the snack board with a bowl of Bolthouse Ranch dressing on the side for dipping the veggies in.

And that’s all there is to it. So easy, festive and delicious!

Christmas Tree Snack Board by The BakerMama

I hope you’re inspired to recreate this Christmas Tree Snack Board for your family and friends this holiday season.Bbe sure to snap a picture and share it with me or tag me on Instagram @thebakermama so I can see. 😍 I love seeing how inspired and creative y’all get with the recipes I share.

Merry Christmas, my friends!

xoxo,

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Christmas Tree Snack Board

  • Author: Maegan – The BakerMama
  • Prep Time: 30 mins
  • Total Time: 30 mins
  • Yield: 8+ 1x
  • Category: Appetizer

Description

An easy and festive Christmas Tree Snack Board that is sure to be enjoyed by all at your holiday gathering!


Ingredients

Scale
  • 8 slices of white cheese, cut into large stars (goat’s milk, white cheddar, havarti or provolone)
  • half of a green pear, cored and thinly sliced vertically
  • 20 sugar snap peas
  • 1 x-large green bell pepper, seeds removed and sliced
  • 2 cups broccoli florets
  • 1.5 pounds green grapes
  • 7 red raspberries
  • 1/2 cup dried cranberries
  • 25 red beet mini round crackers
  • 25 salami chips
  • 15 red grapes
  • 18 salami sticks
  • 6 red tomato soup seasoned crackers
  • 1 slice of white cheese, cut into small pieces to create ribbon look on cracker presents
  • 2 cups white cheddar cheese snow balls
  • 20 mini star shaped cheese slices
  • ranch dressing, for dipping veggies

Instructions

  1. Build the Christmas tree on a large wood board.
  2. Start at the top center of the board with a stack of white cheese slices that are cut into large star shapes. I used a pre-sliced white goat’s milk cheese from Trader Joe’s and a star-shaped cookie cutter. You could use any white sliced cheese such as cheddar, provolone or havarti.
  3. From the star down, build the Christmas tree shape with all green fruits and vegetables. Keeping it small at the top and building it out larger with each layer to the bottom of the tree shape. I used a thinly sliced green pear, sugar snap peas, green bell pepper slices, cornichons (mini pickles), broccoli florets and green grapes.
  4. Use red foods to create a garland look between each layer of green foods on the tree. The red foods I used were raspberries, dried cranberries, Seed Beet Crackers from Trader Joe’s, salami chips and red grapes.
  5. For the tree trunk, I used Citterio Salami Sticks that I also found at Trader Joe’s.
  6. Under the tree, I created little presents with square-shaped Tomato Soup Seasoned Crackers from Trader Joe’s and thin cuts of a white cheese slice for the ribbon look on them. Under the presents, I put some Utz white cheddar cheese snow balls
  7. Above the tree, I put Horizon star cut cheese slices that I found at Target.
  8. Serve the snack board with a bowl of ranch dressing on the side for dipping the veggies in.

About The BakerMama

Maegan is the author of the best-selling Beautiful Boards and its next-level follow-up, Spectacular Spreads. She started blogging in 2012 and has over 700 original recipes on The BakerMama. She truly enjoys sharing her easy, family-friendly recipes, creative meal ideas, food board creations, and entertaining spreads to encourage others to get in the kitchen and make something memorable for their loved ones to enjoy together. Learn More

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  1. I have made several of your recipes since finding your blog a few months ago–all turned out very well!–and the sheet pan pizza immediately became a family favorite! These festive snack boards are always so stunning and look very labor-intensive, but are made approachable via your explanations. You do a great job of making the food look appealing but not out of the realm of possibility to recreate! Thank you!

  2. This is beautiful! What a great idea! We will be adding this to our Christimas Party!
    May you be blessed as we celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus!!

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