The Ultimate Dessert Grazing Platter

Packed with chocolates, lollies and fruit, this dessert grazing platter is the ultimate for entertaining… and it only takes 10 minutes to make!

A round wooden board packed with a selection of chocolate bars, grapes, strawberries and lollies.

I’ve developed a massive obsession with grazing platters lately… or to be more specific, devilishly sweet chocolate and dessert grazing platters! They’re my absolute FAVOURITE thing right now!!!!!

A close up of a wooden board packed with a selection of chocolate bars, grapes, strawberries, raspberries and assorted lollies.

A few weeks ago I made a chocolate grazing platter for the baby shower of one of my besties.. and then this dessert grazing platter was made for the hens day of another one of my gorgeous friends! What’s better than beautiful friends and crazy delicious platters filled with chocolate, lollies and fruit (just to balance things out!).

A wooden board packed with chocolate bars, strawberries, a jar of chocolate hazelnut spread and assorted lollies

If you’re planning a party or need to take a dessert to a celebration, then you NEED a dessert grazing platter in your life. They take no time at all to whip up (seriously.. 10 minutes max), they look fantastic (especially as a table centrepiece) and everyones happy because there’s SO much variety to choose from (and leftovers to take home!).

A close up of chocolate pieces, grapes, strawberries and lollies

The ingredients for the Ultimate Dessert Grazing Platter:

  • chocolate blocks (white chocolate, cookies and cream, milk chocolate, Cadbury Picnic chocolate
  • Smarties
  • Lindt balls
  • Curly Wurly bars
  • Pocky sticks
  • mini Nutella jar
  • sour worms
  • sour straps
  • musk sticks
  • licorice allsorts
  • marshmallows
  • strawberries
  • grapes
  • raspberries

A close up of assorted chocolate pieces, a jar of chocolate hazelnut spread and lollies

Top Tips For Making A Dessert Grazing Platter:

  • choose a nice flat board or platter
  • start off by placing all of the larger ingredients/bowls on the platter
  • fill in the gaps with the smaller ingredients
  • choose a wide variety of lollies, chocolates and fruits
  • add as much colour as you can
  • play around with the position of your ingredients until you’re happy with how it looks
  • have party bags on hand so that guests can take home any leftovers

A close up of chocolate pieces, assorted lollies, and a copper measuring cup filled with strawberries.

I like to choose a range of good old favourites (such as Curly Wurlys) as well as some fun ingredients (such as the sour worms).

A close up of coloured Smarties in a copper measuring cup, surrounded by chocolate pieces and lollies

Colour is the key here so look for lollies and chocolates that are bright!

A selection of chocolate bars, a small jar of Nutella, strawberries in a copper cup, and assorted lollies.

If you can’t find some of the ingredients I’ve used in my dessert grazing platter, don’t worry at all… just choose any lollies and chocolates you like, follow the tips above and it will look AMAZING! Enjoy!! xx

A round wooden board packed with chocolate bars, fruit and assorted lollies.



A close up of chocolate bars, a small jar of Nutella, strawberries and assorted lollies on a wooden board A round wooden board packed with chocolate bars, fruit, Nutella in a jar and assorted lollies.


And check out my Chocolate Grazing Platter for more dessert inspiration!

A round wooden board packed with different types of chocolate treats and strawberries.


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  1. Brenda says:

    I am making this for mother’s day desssert thanks ❤️

  2. Sandi says:

    Omg yum yum . Video putting together great .

  3. Lorena says:

    What a fantastic idea!! I’d never thought of such a thing, but it’s true: why limit grazing platters to just the savoury stuff?? Both the dessert and chocolate grazing platters are fabulous ideas. Looking forward to implementing both. Thanks!

  4. Donna Jones says:

    Nice platter, we regularly have them at family functions but this is more of a sweet/chocolate/indulgent platter than a dessert one, guess it depends on your country of origin and your interpretation of dessert

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