Hot chocolate charcuterie board


Hey, there my friends I hope you are having a terrific day! Now I don’t know about you or where you are but around me, the weather is starting to get cooler, fall is in the air and Winter is right around the corner. Now, when you think winter, what sort of things do you guys think of? For me, I think of a fireplace! You know crackling wood in the mountains and having a big old cup of hot chocolate! Yep! Hot chocolate! I don’t think we can ever grow up too much where we don’t love a good cup of hot chocolate. And so today for fresh tip Tuesday I’m going to show you a fun twist on our favorite classic and we’re going to be making a hot chocolate charcuterie board.

Hot Chocolate Charcuterie Board

  • 8 oz
  • 2 tbsp
  • 1/4 tsp
  • 1 cup
  • 3 scoops

Heavy whipping cream
Powdered sugar
Vanilla extract
Powdered mint
Hot chocolate powder
Ghiradelli chocolate and/or caramel syrup

Make fresh whipped cream.
Using Tupperware’s Whip ‘N Mix, mix the heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla extract.
Put it in a bowl.

Make a board.
In Tupperware’s CLEARLY ELEGANT LARGE PLATTER, put the whipped cream and powdered mint in the middle.

And then surround it with goodies, in my case, I used cookies and cream marshmallows, regular marshmallows, red bird mints, brownie bites, meringues, Italian cookies, wafer holes, pocky, and Oreos.

Time to make hot chocolate!
You can use hot chocolate packets or you can do your hot chocolate mix. But I actually use my own blend that I made from scratch for my previous Fresh Tip Tuesday episode.

Put 3 scoops of hot chocolate powder in a mug and pour some boiling water.

Float 1 tbsp of whipped cream, and put some sprinkles and Ghiradelli chocolate and/or caramel syrup.

//You can put a teaspoon of peppermint in your hot chocolate if you prefer a mint flavor.


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8⅓-cup/2 L dish with liquid-tight seal. Handwashing recommended.

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What can I say, my daughter LOVES unicorns.  So for Fresh Tip Tuesday I shared a super simple unicorn pinata cupcake recipe.  Did you know cupcakes were first invented in 1796 by Amelia Simmons? This icing is incredible, light and easy to make.  This version we used unicorn colors and candy, but use whatever candies you like.  Maybe even theme out the colors for the Holidays or a Gender Reveal.  Try it out and let me know what you think.

Fresh Recipe: Chocolate Chess Pie

chocolate chess pie

My Grandmother always wants to go to the Angus Barn for her Birthday in December.  And that’s where my Family’s love for this incredible Chocolate Chess Pie began.  Just like the Pecan Pie I shared, this one is a must during the Holidays.

Angus Barn Chocolate Chess Pie

  • 1 unbaked pie crust
  • 1 stick of butter
  • 2 squares bakers chocolate (semi-sweet)
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 2 eggs (beaten)
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • Dash of salt

1. Melt butter and chocolate, mix with other ingredients, which have been blended together.

2. Pour into a pie shell and bake 35 minutes (no longer) at 350 degrees.

3. Top with whipped cream.

How to make Fresh Whipped Cream

First you are going to need one of Tupperware’s PowerChef System or Quick Chef Pro.


•1c very cold heavy cream or whipping cream (if you can find one that isn’t ultra-pasteurized, it will whip more easily)
•1 – 3 T sugar (powdered/confectioners)
•1 t. vanilla extract.
Place above ingredients in the PowerChef or Quick Chef with paddle attachment & blend til thickened.


Corinne Brown