Chocolate Charcuterie Board
Need a Mishloach Manot that’s extraordinary for someone special?
That's right — chocolate, chocolate, chocolate!
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
- 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.
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