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Hocus Pocus Charcuterie Board for Breakfast

Enjoy a fun Hocus Pocus charcuterie board for breakfast! This simple and delicious board features pancake versions of the Sanderson Sisters.

It’s all a bunch of hocus pocus! Invite Halloween’s most famous witches, the Sanderson sisters, to breakfast with this fun Hocus Pocus breakfast board. It features the sisters’ faces on mini pancakes, with fruit and berries as their hair. It’s easy to spot Winifred, Sarah, and Mary’s pancake faces.

This board is the perfect snack for a Hocus Pocus viewing party or a Halloween season breakfast. Plus, it’s affordable and simple to assemble!

hocus pocus charcuterie board

If you’re unfamiliar, Hocus Pocus is a Disney movie about three witches, the Sanderson sisters. They are raised from the dead one Halloween in Salem, Massachusets. Kenny Ortega directed the original Hocus Pocus movie. He’s famous for movies like The Newsies, Dirty Dancing, and High School Musical. Hocus Pocus was released in 1993. But over the years it’s grown more popular. So much so, Disney released a sequel on Disney Plus in 2022. Both movies are some of my favorite not-scary Halloween movies.

I made this fun breakfast board in honor of Hocus Pocus 2. But a fun Hocus Pocus pancake is perfect for a Hocus Pocus party or Halloween party in general!

Check out this fun green and purple Halloween charcuterie board and this Mummies and Moons snack board for more spooky Halloween snack ideas.

What is a Hocus Pocus Charcuterie Board?

Traditionally, charcuterie boards are appetizers served on a wooden board. They usually feature preserved meats, cheeses, fruits, and crackers. These boards have evolved over time. Now anything can be a charcuterie board!

This Hocus Pocus themed charcuterie board consists of breakfast food items. A breakfast board is more popular with my children than a typical charcuterie. Breakfast items also tend to be less expensive. And simple to prepare.

Many other Hocus Pocus cheese boards use brie round to create the Sanderson sisters’ faces. But that’s a lot of brie cheese! And brie can be expensive!

hocus pocus charcuterie board

What You Need to Make this Breakfast Board

  • 20 Mini Pancakes
  • Bananas
  • Blackberries
  • Raspberries
  • Strawberries
  • Granola or cereal

Keep It Simple

Mornings are hectic in my house, so I typically don’t have much time to prepare breakfast. I kept this Sanderson sister pancake board simple using Eggo frozen mini pancakes. The pancakes come in a box of 40 and only take 5 minutes to prepare in the oven. Just pop them in the oven, and then arrange them on the board. It’s so easy!

Try making a few other fun Halloween-themed snacks to go with your Hocus Pocus board!

How to Make a Hocus Pocus Charcuterie Board

Start by creating the three Sanderson sisters in the center of this Hocus Pocus charcuterie board. Use two pancakes stacked on top of each other for each face. I used a stack of pancakes because it raises the witches’ heads off the surface of the board. It keeps them from getting lost as you add more ingredients around the center of the board. Then, arrange the rest of the pancakes around the edges of the board.

hocus pocus charcuterie board

Making the Sanderson Sisters

Next, create each sister’s hair using fresh fruit. Start with Sarah, the sister on the left.

Sarah Sanderson has long blonde hair. It is typically swept over to one side. Use bananas across the top and down the left side to make Sarah’s hair.

In the middle is Winifred. Winifred’s hair is large, curly, and red. It is all swept up on top of her head in two large buns. Raspberries are excellent for Winifred’s bright red hair. Arrange the raspberries along the top.

Finally, the sister on the right is Mary Sanderson. Mary has curly black hair. It’s arranged on top of her head, pointing up. Blackberries are perfect for Mary’s hair. Arrange blackberries along the top and up into a point.

Adding the Faces

Elevate the pancake Sanderson sisters with minimalistic faces. All you need is 3 slices of a small strawberry. Cut each slice in half. This creates the top and bottom lips. Place each set of lips on a sister.

For the eyes, I cut thin strips of licorice. Then I bent them a bit and placed two on each face. If you don’t have licorice, you can use black icing to draw the eyes on instead.

Finally, fill in the remaining empty spaces with more bananas and berries. Just be sure to use contrasting fruits around the hair fruit. That way the faces and hair clearly stand out from the board.

I left the space directly around the sisters’ faces free of fruit. Instead, I filled in the space with granola. It adds a satisfying crunch to a breakfast of berries and pancakes. Plus, the colors of the berries pop against it. You could also add cereal, purple grapes, green grapes, or some of your other favorite snacks for breakfast.

hocus pocus charcuterie board

This Hocus Pocus themed snack board is the perfect board for Spooky Season breakfast or a Hocus Pocus movie night! It’s one of my favorite movie food boards!

hocus pocus charcuterie board

Hocus Pocus Charcuterie Board

Enjoy a fun Hocus Pocus charcuterie board for breakfast! This simple and delicious board features pancake versions of the Sanderson Sisters.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Breakfast
Servings 5 people

Equipment

  • 1 round cheese board

Ingredients
  

  • 20 mini pancakes
  • 2 bananas sliced
  • 6 oz blackberries
  • 6 oz raspberries
  • 1/2 cup granola/cereal

Instructions
 

  • Create the three Sanderson sisters in the center of the board. Use two pancakes stacked on top of each other for each face.
  • Create each sister's hair using bananas and berries
    Sarah (left) – Use bananas across the top and down the left side to make her blonde flowing hair.
    Winifred (middle) – Arrange raspberries along the top and in two large buns.
    Mary (right) – Arrange blackberries along the top and up into a point.
  • Cut 3 slices of a small strawberry. Cut each slice in half. This creates the top and bottom lips. Place each set of lips on a sister.
  • Use thin strips of licorice for each eye. Or draw on eyes with icing.
  • Fill in the remaining space with more bananas and berries. Just be sure to use contrasting fruits around the hair fruit.
  • Fill in the space immediately around the three sisters with granola/cereal.
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  1. I love all of your themed charcuterie boards, friend! This one is perfect, and I can’t wait for Hocus Pocus 2!

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