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Santa Called, and He Wants Charcuterie: Santa Boots - A Festive Holiday Recipe 🎅🥾

The holiday season is upon us, and what better way to celebrate than by creating a charcuterie masterpiece that even Santa himself would give a hearty "Ho, ho, ho" of approval? Today, I'm thrilled to share with you a delightful recipe for charming Charcuterie Santa boots made from adorable glass cups I stumbled upon at Hobby Lobby. These glass boots are the perfect vessel for a festive and delicious holiday charcuterie display that will leave your guests feeling merry & bright!


Red and clear glass Robert Stanley boots from Hobby Lobby packed with cheese, nuts, olives, pickles, fruit, and pretty garnishes
Charcuterie Santa Boots

SANTA BOOTS


The Ingredients You'll Need:

  • Pistachios

  • Dried cranberries

  • Rosemary sea salt crackers

  • Skewers for baby brie cheeses

  • Mini Baby Brie Cheeses from Trader Joe's

  • Manchego slices

  • Green olives

  • Tomatoes

  • Cornichons

  • Lucy Glo apples

  • Fresh basil

  • Red roses 🌹


The Magic in the Mini Baby Brie Cheeses:

To add an extra layer of charm to your charcuterie creation, consider using the Mini Baby Brie Cheeses from Trader Joe's. These bite-sized wonders are not only creamy and delicious but also perfect for skewering to create adorable snowmen figures on your board. The small size allows for easy placement and a delightful visual appeal. If you don't have a Trader Joe's nearby, look for similarly sized mini brie cheeses at your local grocery store.




Step-by-Step Assembly:

  1. Create a Flavorful Base: Start by layering the glass boots with a mix of pistachios and dried cranberries. This not only adds a burst of flavor but also sets the stage for a visually stunning presentation.

  2. Build Snowmen with Baby Brie: Skewer the Mini Baby Brie Cheeses to create charming snowmen figures or "snowballs" on your charcuterie board. This not only adds a festive touch but also introduces a rich and creamy element to balance the flavors.

  3. Play with Colors: Keep the color scheme in tune with the holiday spirit by incorporating Manchego slices, green olives, tomatoes, cornichons, Lucy Glo apples, fresh basil, and a touch of elegance with red roses. The red, white, and green hues will make your charcuterie creation visually appealing and perfectly festive.







Spread the Joy:

Your gatherings will be the talk of the town, and who knows, Santa might just make a special stop at your house for these festive charcuterie boots!














Get ready to sleigh the holiday appetizer game with these Santa-approved charcuterie boots. Find the REEL tutorial HERE. Wishing you a season filled with joy, laughter, and, of course, delicious bites.

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