Chocolate Charcuterie Board

Chocolate Charcuterie Board

Need a Mishloach Manot that’s extraordinary for someone special?

That's right — chocolatechocolatechocolate

We’ve adapted the trendy charcuterie board, typically used for meats and cheeses for chocolate. Any complaints about a chocolate charcuterie board ?!?!

(First things first, how do you pronounce charcuterie? Simple: Shahr-Koo-Tuh-Ree. It just rolls right off the tongue!) 

Variety is the key to a good charcuterie board, so mix and match and have fun creating a mishloach manos your receivers will surely accept with open arms and mouths!!

You will need:

  • Charcuterie Board - Charcuterie boards are available at many different price points.You can find them at Home Goods, Amazon....You can also use a tile from Lowes or Home Depot.
  • Bark, cut into long narrow sticks
  • Ginger Cookies-recipe is in Kosher Pallette
  • Chocolate dipped thin pretzels
  • Chocolate Salami

 Chocolate Salami

  • 5 T cocoa
  • 5 T sugar
  • 2 T water
  • 3 T  sweet red wine
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 1.5 sticks margarine 
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1.5 packages vanilla tea biscuits


Place cocoa, sugar, water, wine, vanilla and margarine in a medium sauce pan.

Cook over medium heat till all ingredients combine.

Add egg yolk and mix quickly.

Crumble 1.5 packages of vanilla tea biscuits and add to mixture.

Mix well.

Shape into a log and wrap in plastic wrap.

Freeze till solid and slice.


 Photography by Hudi Greenberger

This article originally appeared in Family First

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