Have a Cozy Night in & Make a Festive Hot Chocolate Charcuterie Board!

Views: 35
Read Time:3 Minute, 15 Second

 A Hot Chocolate “Charcuterie” Board featuring all the toppings you can imagine!

holding hot chocolate board

Here’s a food trend we can all cheer for!

We all know about the classic savory meat and cheese charcuterie board. It’s super popular and Insta-worthy, while still being an easy appetizer to graze and snack on. But have you heard of the hot cocoa charcuterie board? This trend totally took off last year and I for one am excited to “sleigh” it!

A quick word on wording: We are fully aware that “charcuterie” refers to meats and cheese, of which this board has none. However, we’ve found more and more people are using that terminology when looking for these curated boards, so we’ve chosen to follow suit to help aid in their search.

Hot Chocolate Charcuterie Board!

Pssst… These are the days I know for sure that I have the best job EVER! It really doesn’t get any better than getting to photograph fun ideas like this one! Eeeek! 🙌

woman holding a hot cocoa charcuterie board

Just in time for the holidays, I’m sharing a yummy hot cocoa board with hot chocolate, snacks, and all the sprinkles, candy canes, and marshmallows your family will need to have a cozy night in. The best part is that you can customize it with sweets your family will enjoy and scale the servings for any size group.


Here’s a fun donut snowman treat idea I’ll be adding to my tray this year! ☃️

To compile these fun snowmen snacks I placed mini donuts on a wooden skewer and added M&Ms candy for buttons and for the nose. The scarf is Twizlers pull-apart candy, while the hat is a peanut butter cup, and the eyes are mini chocolate chips.

These are fun and easy to compile and would be a fun project to do with the kids!

Watch me make this snowman treat on Instagram! 


ingredients to make hot cocoa charcuterie board

Grab a large tray or platter, and let’s go!

I love this hot chocolate idea because it’s so easy and fun. Simply grab a large tray, serving platter, cutting board, or even a sheet pan would work, too. Add and arrange your favorite hot cocoa toppings and holiday treats. If you have some Christmas mugs, they would be fun as a holder for candy canes.

adding candy to hot cocoa charcuterie

Items on our hot chocolate charcuterie board for inspo:

hot chocolate powder

peppermint chocolate kisses

placing chocolate covered pretzels

starlight peppermints

placing marshmallows

pouring mini marshmallows in bowl

adding marshmallows to charcuterie

woman holding hot chocolate charcuterie tray

easy hot chocolate Charcuterie on the table




Print

Hot Chocolate Charcuterie Board

yield: 10 SERVINGS

prep time: 10 MINUTES

total time: 10 MINUTES

A yummy hot cocoa board with hot chocolate, snacks, and all the sprinkles, candy canes, and marshmallows your family will need to have a cozy night in.

1

Get a tray and gather all the goodies you’d like to include on your board.

2

Put some hot cocoa powder in a bowl or jar and take the candy and treats out of their packaging. Arrange the tray in small groupings.

3

Steam milk or water for hot cocoa, and enjoy!

Brought to you by Hip2Save.


adding cookies to hot cocoa charcuterie

Tips for making the best hot chocolate charcuterie board spread:

  • The main tip that makes this a beautiful presentation is to take the treats and goodies out of the packaging and arrange them in an appealing way. You can use small bowls and jars to keep things tidy. It only takes a few minutes to lay everything out!
  • You can make this idea at various price points. For instance, visit Dollar Tree and check out their selection of hot chocolate packets, candy canes, sprinkles, and goodies to save big!

kids eating a hot cocoa charcuterie board

What a fun way to serve hot cocoa!

I love this idea to add to family holiday traditions and for any special winter occasion. My daughter’s eyes about popped out of her head when she came downstairs and saw this! LOL! It’s getting harder to impress these kids as they get older, but I feel like I succeeded!


Make Grinch-themed hot chocolate using the slow cooker!

Scroll to Top