27 March 2015

Chocolate and Marble Cake Party Platter


When it comes to entertaining, I rise to the occasion with cake


My parents were heading out to a party and my mom and
 I took the liberty to put together a homemade party platter


The ensemble included my Triple Chocolate Fudge Bars, slices of my
 mom's Marble Cake, Strawberries and The Laughing Cow Cheese Wedges


Served up and ready to hit the town ;)


I'm proud to say the plate came home empty and the desserts were highly enjoyed


This was a total Cheese and Chocolate lovers feast


Questions: Have you ever put a party platter
 together? From veggies and dip to tarts and squares, 
what are some of your favourite plates at a party?

20 comments:

Jocelyn Delk Adams said... [reply]

That marble cake looks to die for!

Olivia Mesquita said... [reply]

Kelsey, I love your blog's name! :) Also, please invite me to this party because I want some of this party platter! Yum!

Annie Chesson said... [reply]

Yum!! Chocolate and strawberries. What a perfect combo. I have never personally put together a party platter before, but I love the ones that are packed with cheeses, meats, crackers and fun little extras like olives :).

Julie said... [reply]

I love the name of your blog. I enjoy snacking on nuts, raisins, chocolate combined and my hubby calls it squirrel food. :) The platter you made is so pretty and such a great idea. The fruit and crudite platters are done so much that it's hard to make them amazing. I'm going to remember this idea!

Eva said... [reply]

Yum! I'd be the guest standing over this platter so I can slowly polish it off. :)

Denise Browning said... [reply]

It looks so good that I could eat the whole thing by myself. :)

justputzing said... [reply]

I LOVE the idea of a cake platter!!! I definitely want to go to parties at your house ;)

Karen@ onthebanksofsaltcreek.com said... [reply]

I do a mean cheese and bread platter. Also love veggies and hummus. Any fruit platter is loved by everyone. Mostly things I don't have to spend too much time making.
Your platter looks beautiful and I'm sure it tasted great.

Michèle Kruesi said... [reply]

omg this looks so so good

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Kari Guastella said... [reply]

Looks yummy! I love to do a brown sugar and rum dip with grapes, strawberries, and apples. I never have any left to take home!
Kari
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JulesTheNorweegie said... [reply]

Mmm loving that you chucked in some colourful berries to at least add a little bit of healthy on the plate as well as cake, just makes a good excuse to have "one of each" :D This looks great! x

GiGi EatsCelebrities said... [reply]

Oh my geeze! I could see that being eaten in literally -5 seconds!

Monica said... [reply]

That's a wonderful-looking platter! As a big chocoholic, I am eyeing that triple chocolate fudge bar and would go for that first.

Angie Schneider said... [reply]

A fantastic party platter!

Nicole Rouge said... [reply]

That looks so pretty. I am a bit slack at party platters but I really like your idea of mixing it up with cake, fruit and cheese.

http://evaettorocoro.com/ said... [reply]

I think is a good idea put everything togeter, like this we can eat what we want, "sucré or salé"! Very nice plate ;)

Kelly LifemadeSweeter said... [reply]

This is such a great looking party platter! Perfect for any chocoholic!

Cheap Ethnic Eatz said... [reply]

Amazing looking cake and love the addition of the Laughing Cow :-)

Meghan McCarthy said... [reply]

This is fantastic and it incorporates some of my favorites: cheese, fruit, and I guess I wouldn't say no to chocolate either. ;) Beautifully done.

Marcie FlavortheMoments said... [reply]

This is certainly a great way to serve up cake -- so creative! And as a chocolate lover, I can see why it came back empty! :)

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