Charcuterie boards are all the rage right now and I did one a few months back for s’mores and it was a huge hit so I thought I’d share how to make one but holiday themed!
To start, you need a wooden board. I got mine from the Target dollar spot during Halloween time but I’m sure they have ones in the home section or you could probably snag one somewhere on Amazon or something! They are definitely all the rage so there are tons of options!
Next up, I chose to grab some Reindeer mix from Target that has literally everything in it. I just pieced out the Chex and the little cheerios into two separate bowls and then dumped a ton into one large bowl for aesthetics really. Then I just filled in with the sugar cookies that we had made the other day that weren’t iced. TA-DA! A cute little board for the kiddos to enjoy!
You could add anything really! Some red and green M&M’s, peppermint kisses, chocolate covered pretzels, red filled Oreo’s, marshmallows, hot cocoa stirrers. The possibilities are seriously endless!
Kristie | hey there, mama
This is too cute and super simple. I am putting together a board for Thanksgiving and am going to try something like this too for the kids.
Very fun! And so “classy” for the kiddos!
This is so cute! My friend is a cookie baker and is making kits for diy christmas cookies. I can make this charcuterie board with those!
Wow, this is so cute, love the idea. We can simply make this board with your help, thanks.
Love this! I love having cute things like this sitting around for the holidays.
i love these and my daughter enjoys putting together such things so will show her this for inspiration!
Singing A New Song
I’ve never seen a board like this, we always do an olives, meat and cheese charcuterie board but this looks like it would be a lot of fun to do too!
My charcuterie board is a must have for all my holiday parties.
I love that charcuterie boards are becoming more than just cheese and crackers! I’m going to have to make one!