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Spread The Cheer With A Christmas Tree Charcuterie Board

Tis the season for Christmas tree charcuterie boards and it looks like they may be some of the best gifts of the year.

The creativity and holiday cheer that people bring to these festive boards is outstanding and honestly inspiring us to make our own.

You won't believe how amazing these charcuterie boards are. Not to mention, they look delicious!

We're ready to get our own boards started.

There's nothing like baking and buying the perfect goodies to spread some holiday cheer, especially when those treats will be used to adorn a charcuterie board.

Having the Christmas tree-shaped sweets and savory snacks seem all the more rewarding to munch on with loved ones.

Do it for the gram.

These Christmas tree charcuterie boards have been showing up all over Instagram and people are showing off some awesome creations.

Every board has its own unique charm and they're not only tasty, but they look great.

We can't make any promises, but you may be in for a lot of likes when you post pictures of these cuties.

They'll be the life of the party.

It's true that the holidays won't quite be the same this year, but there's nothing wrong with making strides to keep the magic alive.

Christmas tree charcuterie boards can be customized so much that it's easy to incorporate elements that would be great for the entire family. From Christmas tree-shaped Rice Krispies treats with green and red frosting, to rich, cheesy Christmas trees, the possibilities are truly endless.

So lets all deck the halls with Christmas tree charcuterie boards this year!

Maybe they're in the shape of a Christmas tree, or maybe they're displaying some goodies in Christmas tree shapes — either way, this theme is totally infectious.

If you decide to try your own holiday-themed Christmas tree charcuterie board, make sure to let us know how it went! And if this is the first time you're learning about these sweet boards, tell us what you think about them! Are these a "yes please" or a "ho-ho-no way?"

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