Get in the Halloween spirit with this Hocus Pocus charcuterie board. This snack board is easy to assemble and will delight kids of all ages.
When Disney announced it was releasing Hocus Pocus 2 I was ecstatic. Hocus Pocus was a staple Halloween movie during my childhood and I couldn't wait to see the new twist on this classic.
As soon as the movie started streaming on Disney+, I saw my social media feeds blowing up with viewing parties. The ideas were so adorable and I just had to jump on the Hocus Pocus themed snack board for my kids.
Hocus Pocus charcuterie board
This tribute to the Sanderson Sisters can be done in so many ways. With a quick trip to the grocery store and you'll be able to whip it up in under 30 minutes.
What is a charcuterie board?
Charcuterie describes a French shop that specializes in cured pork products. Think salami. In America, you might think of it as a deli. A charcuterie board usually contains different types of cured meats along with a variety of cheeses, nuts, fruits, olives, crackers, and accompanying condiments like mustards and honey.
This Hocus Pocus charcuterie board includes an assortment of kid-friendly options. My kids wouldn't appreciate fancy cheeses and exotic ingredients, so I stuck to the basics. I also added some sweet treats for fun.
For the faces of the Sanderson Sisters, I chose mozarella cheese. I purchased one small block of cheese and cut it into three long slices. I then trimmed the edges to make them more oval.
For their eyes, I used chocolate covered raisins and for the lips I cut little hearts out of strawberries.
For Sara Sanderson, I used more mozarella cheese for her long blonde hair. This time, I cut up two cheese sticks and laid them out. Her purple and red dress was created with purple grapes and raspberries.
Winifred Sanderson's hair is made from rolled pepperoni. For her green dress, I wanted to use green grapes, but I forgot them and had to use green apples I had on hand.
Mary Sanderson's hair is made from blackberries. Her dress was simply crafted from strawberries.
Simply add some crackers and seasonal candy and you'll be ready to go!
How to make a Hocus Pocus Inspired Charcuterie Board
Hocus Pocus Charcuterie Board
A meat and cheese snack board to celebrate the Sanderson Sisters.
- 1 Mozarella Cheese Block Cut into thirds (lengthwise)
- 2 Mozarella cheese sticks
- Pepperoni slices
- Red grapes
- Green grapes or green apple
- Candy Corn, Peeps, or other seasonal candies
Assemble the board as pictured and described above.
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