Snack trays offer endless possibilities and are variable in size for individual portions and parties. They give snackers plenty of options to choose from, including candy and sweet treats. All in all, a snack tray is a versatile victory for busy parents!
Who’s your snack tray for? From quick snacks for kids or a charcuterie-style board for a family picnic, snack trays come in all sizes, themes and flavors. A little bit of this and a little bit of that, and you’ve got something nutritious and delicious.
While you might be picturing a Pinterest-perfect snack tray for a party, everyday snack boards don’t have to be photo-ready. At-home lunches and dinners can be assembled on a tray and delivered to the dining room table or packaged up with a lid for eating on the way to soccer practice
There’s no science behind snack trays. It’s about what your family likes and making the most of what you already have on hand.
It doesn’t take much work to create easy snacks for the family. Ready to get started? Here are a few snack tray ideas to try:
Snack trays are a great way to save time and money when you’re traveling with the family. Just bust out a container of munchies to keep everyone happy in between stops.
When you’re cruising down the highway, easy, no-mess snacks are key. Individually wrapped options like HERSHEY’S KISSES Candies and REESE’S Peanut Butter Cup Miniatures save your sweets if they fall on the floor, while TWIZZLERS Twists and JOLLY RANCHER Gummies are a chewy, fruity refreshment.
You can also whip up some easy-to-grab treats for a little homemade flavor away from home. Think cookies, brownies, bars or ROLO® Pretzel Delights. Add some vitamins with fruits that don’t need to be cut, like grapes, strawberries and mandarin oranges, or pre-cut your veggies (celery, bell peppers, carrots) into sticks.
Make your next munching moment sweeter than ever with these snack tray ideas. Snack trays ensure there’s a little something for everyone’s tastes without going overboard on prep work. The food possibilities are endless, but you should always end with dessert! Looking for more party inspiration? Check out our birthday ideas and recipes page.