Shark-Cuterie Candy Board

5 from 2 votes

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I’m back with a super cute no-bake dessert for shark week or a summer party. As you may have guessed, I’m calling this shark candy board, shark-cuterie!

This eye-catching snack uses red, white, and blue ocean and shark candies surrounded by other delicious goodies.

ocean theme candy bar on a wooden cutting board.
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Ingredients Needed

You can use any red, white, and blue candies you like. Here is a list of what we have on the board.

How to Make a Shark Candy Board

This is such an eye-catching display for a table or movie night. Here are a few tips to inspire you. The amounts used may change depending on the size and shape of your tray.

A wooden cutting board with blue and white gummy shark candy on it.

Step 1: Start with some of the larger blue candies like the sour straws and shark gummies.

4th of july candy on a wooden cutting board.

Step 2: Alternating by size and color, gradually fill in the board.

shark and fish candy bar on a wooden cutting board.

Step 3: Add extra candies to fill in all available spaces and you are ready to serve.


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Shark Charcuterie Board

5 from 2 votes
Adorable candy board for shark week, patriotic or ocean-themed celebrations.
Prep: 10 minutes
Total: 10 minutes
Yield: 6 servings


  • 20 shark gummies
  • 7 fish gummies
  • 5 red sour straw strips
  • 5 watermelon blueberry candy filled straws
  • 8 gummy whales
  • 4 gummy blue rings
  • 4 gummy red rings
  • 3 candy fruit slices
  • 20 red cinnamon Jelly Belly beans
  • 20 blueberry Jelly Belly beans
  • 20 berry blue Jelly Belly beans


  • Place shark gummies and blue candy straws onto the center of the board.
  • In different places, group the whales, blue and red rings, jelly beans, fruit slices, and fish, alternating by size and color.
  • Use added candy to fill in any open space. Serve!


Quantities and calorie count will vary depending on the candy and size of charcuterie board or tray you use.
See post for links to each candy.


Serving: 1serving, Calories: 441kcal, Carbohydrates: 103g, Protein: 11g, Sodium: 55mg, Sugar: 59g

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

Additional Info

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American

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