I’ve never been more excited to celebrate with family, friends, and neighbors and my kids feel the same. They are so excited to invite their friends into our home this holiday season and share the joy. Food is always the heart of how we celebrate this time of year and nothing says festive more than a steaming cup of hot chocolate. Today I’m creating a hot chocolate charcuterie board to share with friends, young and old.
I found everything I wanted and needed at my local Walmart. Just walking the aisles gave me tons of holiday inspiration! And putting it all together was so easy and fun. The end result was so festive and looked like it took a ton of time and prep when in reality, it only took a few minutes! The biggest challenge was keeping my kiddos hands away until our guests arrived 😂 #momsknow
The holidays are fun and so is food! I really wanted this delectable platter to feel festive and fun and not at all intimidating to dig into. And I made sure to load up on plenty of extras so it would have a “bottomless” feel to it. Shopping for the ingredients was so easy since Walmart has all of its holiday and baking items stocked and easy to locate.
And this pretty galvanized tray and gold-handled mugs, along with most of my holiday decor are also from Walmart. Walmart helped to make our new home cozy and inviting for all of our guests this season. Walmart is also making it easier than ever to bring joy as you celebrate the holidays this season and I’m here for it.
- hot cocoa mix
- chocolate chips (milk, dark and/or white)
- Peppermint drops or candy canes
- marshmallows (various sizes)
- hot chocolate bombs
- and don’t forget to warm the milk!
You won’t be surprised to know that this hot chocolate charcuterie tray was a huge hit across the board! It’s definitely become a part of our holiday tradition and I can’t wait to whip it up again next year.
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