If ever there was a food trend that was totally on point for toddlers, it’s charcuterie boards. Bite-sized morsels you can nosh throughout the day? If that doesn’t describe a toddler’s favorite way to eat, then we don’t know what does. Next time your tot gets hungry, set one of these bad boys on the table and watch how quickly the food disappears.

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Peanut Butter & Jelly Platter
Won’t you feel like a superstar parent when you set out this kid-approved snack board designed by The Baker Mama. With PB&J as the centerpiece, you can’t go wrong, but you can always get creative with different jam and butter sandwich combos. Find out what other fixings round out this playdate must-have here.

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Cheese & Cracker Crowd-Pleaser
A simple kid favorite—cheese and crackers—are the building blocks of this adorable charcuterie board designed by Sarah at Taming Twins. Assemble it for snack time or as a dinner precursor to hold off the witching hour hangries. Find out all the bits and pieces needed to recreate it here.

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Taste the Rainbow
Christie at Raising Whasians is all about helping kids eat a rainbow of healthy fruits and veggies. We adore her colorful spread, which has a little something for every toddler in your life. Find out how easy it is to put together here.

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Bountiful Breakfast Board
If breakfast isn’t already your toddler's favorite meal of the day, it will be after you assemble this board dreamed up by Valentina of Valentina’s Corner. She’s piled on tot faves alongside fluffy pancakes and syrup, so the whole family can start the day off on the right foot. Take a peek at the goods here.

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Dip-able Desserts
Parents can always count on toddlers to love dips. Whether it’s fresh veggies paired with Ranch or apples alongside peanut butter, if they can dunk it, they’ll eat it. But they won’t need much convincing to chomp on fruits and crackers that are part of this sweet board by Kate at A Hundred Affections. Find her delish dip recipes and board ideas here.

—Allison Sutcliffe

Allison Sutcliffe is a writer, educator, and mom of three. When she’s not wrangling kids, you’ll find her hiking, baking or (dreaming about) enjoying a quiet cup of coffee. She is the Seattle City Editor at Red Tricycle. Read more by Allison here.