Many of those who posted on the thread were interested in getting the list of Trader Joe’s items used in the dessert board. The original poster replied, “Black and White Cookies, Chocolate Ganache Cake, Brownie Bites, Peanut Butter Covered Cocoa Marshmallows, Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Pretzels, Dark Chocolate Mints, Ritter Sport with hazelnuts, caramel pretzels, (and) sea salt caramel balls.” There are also holiday leftovers like mint meringues, as well as fresh fruits like strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and red cherries.
A Redditor thought the painting was so nice that it could easily be part of their wedding. Others wanted to know how much it cost in full. The original poster assumed the cost would be “about $60” if made from scratch. However, if you already have certain items at home, it won’t cost you as much.
According to Reluctant Entertainer, who has previously made dessert boards with Trader Joe’s items, making a sweet board isn’t that difficult – it “combins quickly with easy pantry items,” so nothing’s stopping you. to make one yourself. And if you’re up for a challenge, a list of the best desserts you’ve never heard of will likely help you in your quest to create a unique dessert board.