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hocus pocus charcuterie board

Hocus Pocus Snack Board

Amanda KeeferAmanda Keefer
If you are a Hocus Pocus movie fan like we are, then you have to celebrate by making this Hocus Pocus Charcuterie Board! This snack board is very easy. Create your Sanderson sister faces and fill in the remaining space with your favorite spooky snacks.
Prep Time 25 mins
Course Snacks


  • 3 Brie rounds
  • Chorizo
  • White Cheddar Cubes
  • Blackberries
  • Strawberries
  • Assorted crackers
  • Red & Green Grapes
  • Black Olives
  • Mandarins We used two
  • Celery Sticks For mandarin pumpkin stems
  • Yellow Cheddar cut into pumpkin cheese shapes
  • Candy eyeballs
  • Candy worms
  • Raspberry spread or other dark spread in cauldron
  • Halloween sprinkles


  • Add brie rounds to board. Cut olives and strawberries slices in the shape of eye slits and lips. Top each brie with 2 olive pieces and a strawberry piece.
  • Roll multiple chorizo slices and slice in half. Place above one of the brie rounds to serve as Winnifred's hair. Position your chorizo rounds in two triangle shapes to mimic Winnifred's hair style.
  • Place cubed cheese above and on top of another brie round to look like Sarah's hair. Fill any gaps with extra cheese cubes.
  • Place blackberries above the third brie round for Mary's hair. Have the shape of your blackberries taper out towards the top. Place 2 or 3 blackberries at the top edge of the brie to look like bangs.
  • Add a small celery stick to two peeled mandarins for pumpkins.
  • Place your sliced strawberries on the board.
  • Add green and red grapes. It's easiest if you leave them on the vine and cut into small clusters to fill in gaps as needed.
  • Fill in space with olives, crackers and sliced cheese.
  • Fill a small couldron or bowl with your favorite fruit spread or preserve.
  • Add finishing touches to your board by filling in gaps or space that needs color with gummy worms, Halloween sprinkles and candy eyeballs.
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