Add a couple of each of the larger items spaced out around the board.
Muffins, Sweet Breads, Croissants, English Muffins, Bagels, Bacon, Waffles, Sausage, Ham or Canadian Bacon, Hash Brown Patties, Biscuits, Sausage Gravy, Syrup
Fill in the empty gaps with smaller items like fruit.
Assorted Fruit, Assorted fruit
Serve and enjoy!
Add charcuterie board labels to anything that isn’t completely obvious what it is. Syrups, flavored cream cheeses, flavored butters, and jams all can be helped with labels!Start with larger items like pancakes, donuts, waffles, etc. and fill in the gaps with smaller items like fruit, sausages, and spreads.Add a variety of items to the board so there is something for everyone! If something runs out because it’s popular, you can always fill it in with more!Wash and peel any fruit before you put it on the board. Grapes can stay in small bunches but make sure they’re small – no one really wants an entire vine of grapes and breaking them is annoying!Place small spoons, tongs, and other serving utensils near the board so that people can use them to grab small items if they’d rather not use their hands!Use large dishes filled with spreads and toppings to anchor the board like I did with the bowls and egg holder in my boards above!Nutrition Note: the nutrition for this is totally inaccurate since this recipe is just guidelines on what to put on the different breakfast board ideas. The nutrition will be totally based on what you actually put on your board and how much you use!