A Lazy Susan Fall Dessert Board full of delicious treats–mini cinnamon rolls, Trader Joe’s Maple Leaf Cookies, dark chocolate peanut butter cups, and more!

Lazy Susan Fall Dessert Board

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Happy Halloween, Friends!

Enjoy this fun dessert board, served on a Lazy Susan. A great way to serve dessert tonight, or for any fall party!

Whether you celebrate Halloween or the Harvest, it’s a fun day to serve yummy treats! Maybe you’re serving my Fall Mini Pie Dessert Board or this easy Apple Goody Dessert or Sally’s The Great Pumpkin Pie Recipe!

Lazy Susan Fall Dessert Board

Super easy, you can gather all the ingredients at Trader Joe’s (my favorite Maple Leaf Cookies), and then the center bowl is filled with Reese’s Peanut Butter Pieces!

Autumn Lazy Susan Dessert Board

Of course you can always swap this out for candy corn, but peanut butter pieces would be my first choice.

It is true, the day of a party I do make lists, plan ahead for what I’m serving, and try to work backwards with a schedule.

Trader Joe's Lazy Susan Dessert Board

Part of working backwards means I get ready well-ahead of time, so I’m not frazzled and in my bedroom/bathroom when the guests show up.

Fall Dessert Board

I’ve had this happen too many times, and each time, I’ve sworn I’ll never do it again.

Fast forward to being a more seasoned hostess now, definitely planning time for myself before a party starts.

Just my two-cents for party planning today :)

Fall Dessert Board LIST

Halloween chili dinner menu

Here’s a FUN menu for tonight, if you needs some EASY recipes!

Easy Homemade Chili Recipe

Meg’s Winter Green Salad Recipe

Buy your favorite bread. Bake in the oven at 400 to make it hot and crispy (usually for 8-10 minutes). Don’t forget the butter!

Want to try my Buttermilk Cornbread Recipe? It has bacon, too! YUM!

This Lazy Susan Fall Dessert Board is easy to make ahead and set out of the way while you clean your kitchen, make the chili, and set out the dishes.

A lazy susan dessert is fun to serve in the center of a table. You spin it around and everyone digs in!

Don’t forget we have a 23-inch lazy susan that is super popular! Grab the link below!

Oh, and a blast from the past … our family in 1999 at a Halloween party. Our kids are now 27, 25, and 23. Oh how time flies!

Have a fun day today!

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Lazy Susan Fall Dessert Board

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Yield: 12
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  • 2 dozen mini cinnamon rolls
  • 1 box Trader Joe’s Maple Leaf Cookies
  • Trader Joe’s Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, 1/2 box
  • Trader Joe’s mini oatmeal raisin cookies
  • Reese’s Pieces, center of board


  • On a prepared board, place a bowl of Reese’s Pieces in the center.
  • Around the outside of the board, lay down the mini cinnamon rolls.
  • Arrange the other food items in between the bowl and outside the cinnamon rolls.
  • Cover until ready to serve. ENJOY!
Cuisine: American
Course: Dessert
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Lazy Susan Fall Dessert Board Recipe