A S’mores Charcuterie Board

Bonfire night is right around the corner; we are ready to wrap up warm and head out to watch some fireworks! What better treat for the kids on a chilly November evening than a s’mores charcuterie board to tuck into?!

Firstly it looks incredible, definitely a centre piece for any bonfire night get togethers you may be having. The s’mores charcuterie board is also super simple to put together quickly and relatively in expensive.

a S'mores charcuterie board

How to create a s’mores charcuterie board

All you need is; a large wooden board (a chopping board or tray will do too), your favourite biscuits – a few varieties work best, marshmallows and chocolate for melting. Additional extra tasty treats can also be added.

Simply melt you chocolate and add the bowls to you board. Add biscuits, crackers, marshmallows, dipping fruits and sweets with some sticks (or forks) and you are ready to serve.

a S'mores charcuterie board

a S'mores charcuterie board

Top tips for styling a charcuterie board

  • Use microwavable safe serving bowls to melt the chocolate in the microwave in 10 second intervals, they can then do straight on the board, make sure the dishes are cool before little fingers handle them though.
  • Have a variety of different biscuits in shapes and colours – it makes the board look great.
  • Start with the bowls and work around them. This is so simple but a few fanned out biscuits or a stack of crackers gives the show stopper look that your guests will love.
  • Use a board with a handle to make it easier if you want to take it outside for marshmallow toasting!

A S’mores charcuterie board is a really simple way to add a little sparkle into your bonfire night if you’re staying at home or need a treat to take over a friends. Kids and grown ups will love tucking in.

S'mores charcuterie board

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  1. May 20, 2022 / 10:27 am

    I have never tried roasted marshmallows would love to over a bonfire.

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