This hot chocolate charcuterie board is a family favorite and sure to be a hit with guests. The ingredients are simple and piled high with everyone’s favorite hot chocolate toppings including marshmallows and candy canes.
Hot Chocolate Charcuterie Board
Charcuterie boards are trending heavily right now. Every where you look there’s a charcuterie board starting at you online. If you’ve been to any dinner parties or brunches, I bet there was a charcuterie board served. I myself love a good charcuterie board. Typically they’re filled with cured meats, cheeses, crackers and fruits.
This time I wanted to put a fun twist on a board just in time for the holidays. What better to use as a base than hot chocolate? Everyone loves a good cup of hot chocolate and it’s served often during the winter. My family is always making a tasty cup of hot chocolate whether it’s for breakfast or movie night.
This hot chocolate charcuterie board is a family favorite. If you’re hosting guests in your home, it’s sure to be a hit. The ingredients are simple. The board is piled high with everyone’s favorite hot chocolate toppings including marshmallows and candy canes. Putting together the ingredients and toppings together on a board is pure genius. Not only does it make everything easily accessible but it makes for a fun conversation starter too.
4 Simple Steps to Make Your Own Board
Want to make your own hot chocolate charcuterie board? Here’s how.
Grab all of your ingredients. Think about what toppings you love the most. My family are huge suckers for chocolate, marshmallows and candy canes. You can find a variety of fun shaped marshmallows and even different flavors during the holidays.
Other ingredients you’ll want to consider are snacks that pair well with hot chocolate. Things like graham crackers, Oreos, gingerbread cookies, and candy are great options.
Arrange the ingredients on the board. There’s no perfect way to arrange everything onto the board. I honestly just go with the flow and do what I think looks best. The way things are arranged will change depending on what ingredients you’re using, the shape of your board, bowls, etc. Have fun with it and go with what feels right to you.
You can use small dishes to place smaller foods or things that will make a huge mess into. You’d want to use a bowl for the hot chocolate powder, chocolate that might melt or even whipped cream.
Serve and enjoy!