This easy Peanut Butter Board Wreath is a creative spin on the butter board food trend. 

A fall themed snack board with peanut butter, chocolate chips, candy and chopped nuts is the perfect party food for a dessert table, movie night or holiday gathering. 

Learn how to make a Peanut Butter Board Wreath this holiday season that will wow your guests!

Peanut Butter Board Wreath
Peanut Butter Board Wreath – Easy Fall Party Appetizer similar to a Charcuterie Board

Everyone Will Love This Peanut Butter Board Wreath

This Peanut Butter Board Wreath is my fun take on the butter board food trend. A fall themed dip snack board with chocolate chips, candy and nuts is perfect for a party, movie night snack or holiday gathering. 

I love the holidays, but don’t always love all the hassle that comes with them. Decorating my house and cooking for a crowd can be really time consuming and stressful. 

This year, I’m trying to simplify things by making a peanut butter board wreath appetizer, which is simply peanut butter dip served on a large wooden charcuterie board

Peanut Butter Board Wreath with Amy Locurto

This simple dessert board recipe shaped into a wreath is easy to make and looks adorable! Plus, it’s a snack that everyone can enjoy. Everyone will love this creative fall party appetizer!

Why You’ll Love a Peanut Butter Board

If you’re looking for a unique fall party appetizer or snack this holiday season, give this simple recipe a try! 

  • Making party food for a crowd takes time, but this is actually easy to make.
  • It’s an easy recipe idea for the charcuterie board that you might never use.
  • The combination of peanut butter and chocolate tastes so good.
  • Enjoy dessert toppings or the favorite snack of your choice.
  • You’ll save time since there is no need to mix or bake a thing.
  • Ingredients can be prepared ahead so the board is fast to put on your table.

A peanut butter board with chocolate chips, Reese’s Pieces and chopped nuts would be perfect for a Halloween party, fall gathering or Thanksgiving. This so easy, anyone can make this tasty dessert board in minutes!

Peanut Butter Board Wreath

Butter Board Trend

If you haven’t heard, the butter board is the latest food trend that is currently taking over the charcuterie board popularity.

Not a fan of butter? Try this easy take on the butter board trend where I use peanut butter instead.

This recipe is similar to a charcuterie dessert board, but with peanut butter as your base for one giant dip! 


How to make a Peanut Butter Board Wreath

  • Prepare your cutting board: Prep your board with oil (see notes below).
  • Start with the first layer: Peanut Butter is simple to spread into a wreath shape.
  • Add toppings: Sprinkle peanut butter with various toppings. (per the recipe below)
  • Decorate: Add holiday snacks and candy that coordinate with the holidays or party occasion. 
  • Assemble Table: Place parchment paper around your board to protect your serving table. Place the snacks you’ll be serving with the peanut butter dip onto the paper.
  • Clean Party Table: Cut off the extra parchment paper that you don’t want to show and clean up all crumbs.
  • Serve:  Gather plates, napkins and serving knifes so your guests enjoy!

Peanut Butter on a Charcuterie Board

Snack Ideas for Dipping into a Peanut Butter Board

Dip bread, crackers, cookies, pretzels, fruit and more of your favorite things into this tasty peanut butter board. Here are some of our favorites!

  • Bread
  • Pretzels
  • Brownie Bites
  • Crackers
  • Bananas
  • Apples
  • Banana chips
  • Graham crackers


What is a butter board?

The butter board is a food trend that started on Tiktok in the fall of 2022. Creator Justine Doiron had millions of views in a few days with her butter board recipe which is a board slathered with softened butter then topped with salt, lemon zest and edible flowers. 

What do you serve with a butter board board?

Butter boards are typically served with bread, which guests are supposed to dip into the butter. You can of course use anything you like when serving this recipe! That’s the fun part about savory or dessert boards.

How do you treat a wooden cutting board before use?

Cutting board oil will keep your wooden board from absorbing moisture and cracking. You want to make sure to use a food-safe mineral oil.

First, clean and dry your board thoroughly before oiling, then use a paper towel to spread evenly over the entire board. Let soak in overnight then wipe off any excess remaining.

Peanut Butter Board Wreath

You’ll also love these fall party boards:

Peanut Butter Board Wreath

A Peanut Butter Board Wreath is a fun twist on the butter board food trend. A fall themed dessert board with chocolate chips, candy and nuts is a creative party appetizer, movie night snack or holiday gathering.
Prep Time15 minutes
Total Time15 minutes
Yield: 12
Author: Amy Locurto


Serving Suggestions for Peanut Butter Board

  • Bread
  • Pretzels
  • Brownie bites
  • Crackers
  • Bananas
  • Apples
  • Banana chips
  • Graham crackers


  • Spread Peanut Butter onto board to create a wreath shape.
  • Sprinkle chocolate chips, candy and nuts around the peanut butter to make a pattern.
  • For extra fall decoration, line the inside of the wreath circle with candy pumpkins.
  • Place pretzel sticks between each topping.
  • Serve with your choice of dipping food such as bread, crackers, fruit and cookies!


If using a wooden board, be sure to treat it with oil before making this butter board. (Directions in post.) You can also place parchment paper onto your board before adding the peanut butter.
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Recipe Video

Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: appetizer, butter board, candy, charcuterie, charcuterie board, chocolate, dessert, dessert board, fall, fall party, halloween, holiday party, movie night snack, peanut butter, Snack, thanksgiving
Calories: 473kcal


Calories: 473kcal | Carbohydrates: 30g | Protein: 13g | Fat: 36g | Saturated Fat: 10g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 8g | Monounsaturated Fat: 15g | Trans Fat: 0.03g | Cholesterol: 2mg | Sodium: 225mg | Potassium: 336mg | Fiber: 4g | Sugar: 23g | Vitamin A: 39IU | Vitamin C: 0.2mg | Calcium: 56mg | Iron: 1mg

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  1. Thank you for this. Thats all I can say. You most definitely have made this into something thats eye opening and important. You clearly know so much about the subject, youve covered so many bases. Great stuff from this part of the internet.

  2. Well, this recipe is certainly not hideous. Perhaps the individual saying that it is has a limited vocabulary. I think it would be cute and certainly different to have for many different occasions during the fall months.

  3. I think this is a cute idea. Ignore these negative comments. Some people aren’t happy unless they are complaining about something. Part of today’s toxic environment.

  4. This looks quick and easy! The kids are going to love this and they are big fans of peanut butter! Thank you! Great idea!

  5. I think this looks awesome! If I was having a Halloween party I would definitely make this! this would be so much fun for kids!

  6. I have not tried this yet, but for peanut butter lovers it’s an awesome idea! Definitely a snack hit!
    Love you ideas…keep them coming.
    Btw the “equipment” part of this recipe takes up too much space and paper when printing. Wish those ads weren’t there. Thanks

  7. What a awesome idea! Who doesn’t love peanut butter? I love this and can’t wait to try it this weekend!!

  8. I think your board looks fun and festive! You cannot go wrong with delicious creamy peanut butter and all of the accouterments displayed on your creative board wreath. The dipping items shown are great and all go extremely well with peanut butter. Just make sure not to invite anyone with nut allergies ? Thanks for the great idea!!

  9. I love this. It is cute, easy to personalize for your occasion or event and best of all quick to make. Thank you so much for sharing this. I think it is GREAT!

  10. This is such a fun idea! I LOVE IT! I’m adding this to our next family game night. (But may add even a bit more gooeyness…thinking some small bowls in the center of marshmallow fluff and strawberry jam. ?)

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