This post has been sponsored by The J.M. Smucker Company and Kellogg Company. All thoughts & opinions are my own.
It’s no secret among my family and friends just how much I love a good cheese plate: both creating them, and of course, indulging in them. Their biggest appeal, in my book, is that they’re incredibly easy to make, (as easy as buying things and arranging them on a plate), and the finished result is impressive and delicious!
Ken and I are hosting with my side of the family this year, so I’m teaming up with The J.M. Smuckers Company & Kellogg Company to switch things up in the cheese plate department. As an alternative to the big free-for-all tasting plate that we’re all familiar with, I’ve created smaller individualized plates for guests to mix and match according to personal flavor preferences and add a fun twist to Holiday dinner or even girls’ night! Read on for the step-by-step on how I made the marble tasting plates as well as exactly what ingredients I incorporated to create a tasting experience that’s as pretty as it is crave-worthy.