Deviled Egg Snack Board Recipe
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4 easy bites on this Deviled Egg Snack Board recipe made with Ritz crackers, cream cheese, and deviled eggs! Add a sweet nosh in the center of the board! Grab the BOARD info at the bottom of this post!
Friends, it’s beautiful Easter week! With so much sadness and hard times in our world, I love the symbol of eggs (deviled eggs) that bring new life. There is still joy and love and grace and so much to be thankful for … right now, today!
Deviled Egg Snack Board Recipe
Making this Deviled Egg Snack Board together with your family for Easter Sunday would be a tasty and meaningful activity! Follow this Creamy Deviled Egg Appetizer recipe, plus you can scale down this Epic Shrimp Louis Salad Board!
Easter may look different for all of us this year, so you can always take different recipes and halve them, or alter them according to the number of people in your home.
4 easy bites: deviled egg board
This snack board is fun for a large party (maybe next year), because the “bites” are ready to be picked up and eaten.
In other words, it’s not like a charcuterie board where you assemble your own bite, but the bites are already created. You can also check out these Four Quick and Easy RITZ Cracker Recipes.
- Regular deviled eggs
- Deviled eggs with bacon
- Ritz cracker bites with cream cheese: ham, and salami and radishes
- Ritz cracker bites with strawberry cream cheese, blueberries, and strawberries
Ingredients for Deviled Egg Snack Board
- Deviled eggs (use your favorite egg recipe)
- Ritz crackers
- Strawberry cream cheese + regular cream cheese
- Small pieces: ham, salami, cheese, strawberries, and radish slices
- White and yellow cheese
- Blueberries and strawberries
- Fresh dill
- Jordan almonds (or your favorite candy per season)
A lot of people overlook the value of our connections that we have with one another. And now’s the time in our world to think of ways to be generous. Generosity may come across as only being a financial thing, but we can also be generous with our time, words, and connections!
I’ve told this story many times, but for years when my husband and I would host a dinner, we’d think about new people to invite. Who should know who? Who could benefit by knowing this other couple?
Why do we need each other? To help solve problems, offer expertise, and open doors. To offer insight and connection!
If you can’t personally be the one to do a chore, or take the time to offer your assistance, most likely you know someone who can! I think back to the Meals Ministry at church that I started years ago. I orchestrated and ran the program, and used my connections to help people in need.
For this board today, it’s fun, simple, and can be made any time of year. Not just Easter!
You could make it for Cinco de Mayo with my Lime Guacamole Deviled Eggs and tortilla bites (instead of Ritz cracker bites). So many delicious options.
What can you serve with deviled eggs?
Deviled Eggs go very well with Mini Caprese Skewers. You can also roll ham stuffed with seasoned cream cheese!
What are the main ingredients for deviled eggs?
Can you make deviled eggs ahead of time?
You can make deviled eggs up to two days in advance. The key is to keep the whites and egg yolk filling separate. Wrap the egg white halves well with plastic wrap and keep the egg yolk filling sealed in a resealable plastic bag with all the air squeezed out. Put together right before serving.
28-inch Charcuterie Board
Friends, here are the boards that I LOVE. A “lip” is the secret to the best charcuterie or dinner board, because the food does not fall off. [This post has affiliate links. Every purchase from these links supports RE at no extra cost to you. Thank you!]
Here are the affiliate links:
LARGE Hand-Carved Gabrielle Tray, Large – 28.5 inches round.
LARGE Hand-Carved Gabrielle Tray (gray) – 24 inches round.
SMALL Hand-Carved Gabrielle Tray (gray) – 18 inches.
Rememember it says it is “not food safe,” so you need to prepare the board by either laying down parchment paper under the food, or you can “season” it like we did.
How to season a Charcuterie Board
If a wood board says it “not food safe,” you can lightly sand it down with sand paper, and rub down with beeswax and mineral oil.
Everyday Enamelware Serving Tray
Today I’m using an Everyday Enamelware Serving Tray by LeCreuset!
It has a porcelain enamel durable coating, easy to clean, it’s shatterproof, and resistant to stains, scratches and rust. YAY!
It’s also lightweight and versatile, and I LOVE IT.
Did I mention, it’s food safe?
Use it for a tray to carry food or glasses to your deck, or as a food board!
You can buy the Everyday Enamelware Serving Tray by LeCreuset, HERE.
I also found this on Amazon, a LARGE charcuterie board, but it doesn’t have a lip. This Pine Extra Large Charcuterie Board is 22 inches round.
Deviled Egg Snack Board
- 18 eggs, boiled, halved, filled (use your favorite egg recipe)
- Ritz crackers
- Strawberry cream cheese
- Cream cheese
- Small pieces:
- White cheese
- Yellow cheese
- Radish slices
- Fresh dill
- Jordan almonds, or your favorite candy per season
- Boil eggs ahead and make sure they are cold before making this board.
- Follow deviled egg recipe and make the eggs first.
- On a large board, place a large bowl of your favorite Easter or spring candy in the center. Arrange the deviled eggs around the bowl.
- On Ritz crackers, spread half of the bites with strawberry cream cheese, a slice of strawberry or one blueberry.
- On the other half of Ritz crackers, spread regular cream cheese, a small piece of cheese and meat, or a radish slice (with fresh dill).
- Serve right away!
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