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Mum shares her simple recipe for Christmas charcuterie cups

Forget grazing boards! Mum shares her simple recipe for Christmas charcuterie cups – and they’re perfect for festive brunch nibbles

  • Brisbane blogger shares clever charcuterie serving suggestion for entertaining  
  • ‘Oh So Busy Mum’ uses plastic glasses and fresh ingredients from Woolworths 
  • She uses cheese, crackers, pretzels, fruit, salami, pistachios and stuffed olives
  • Her snack hack wowed the public as many have praised her clever thinking


A mum has shared a clever charcuterie serving suggestion that will become an immediate go-to throughout the festive season.

Cheree Lawrence better known as ‘Oh So Busy Mum’, uses plastic wine glasses and fresh ingredients available from the supermarket to create her easy entertaining cups. 

Charcuterie cups are the perfect way to keep festive get-togethers COVID safe as each guest can have their own individual cup, so there’s no need to share. 

A Brisbane Blogger has just shared a clever charcuterie serving suggestion that will become an immediate go-to throughout the festive season

‘I was told this is a game changer when it comes to platters,’ the Brisbane blogger said.

She picked up a selection of nibble ingredients from Woolworths including, cheese, crackers, pretzels, fresh fruit, salami, pistachios, olives and chocolate fingers. 

She also bought the plastic wine glasses and bamboo sticks from Woolworths. 

Cheree Lawrence better known as 'Oh So Busy Mum', uses plastic wine glasses and fresh ingredients available from Woolworths to create her easy entertaining cups

She picked up a selection of nibble ingredients from Woolworths including, cheese, crackers, pretzels, fresh fruit, salami, pistachios, olives and chocolate fingers

Charcuterie cups are the perfect way to keep festive get-togethers COVID safe as each guest can have their own individual cup and won’t need to share

Christmas charcuterie entertaining cup ingredient list: 

 

Cheree announced that the best bit about the charcuterie cups is that they are completely customisable for both, guests and the occasion. 

The blogger begins assembling the cups starting with a layer of dry ingredients at the bottom. This layer includes a selection of nuts, crackers and pretzels. 

Next she adds the taller ingredients to the cup to create a more layered look. She continues layering the food toward the front of the cup to finish. 

The blogger begins assembling the cups starting with a layer of dry ingredients at the bottom. This layer includes a selection of nuts, crackers and pretzels, next she adds the taller ingredients to the cup to create a more layered look

The blogger begins assembling the cups starting with a layer of dry ingredients at the bottom. This layer includes a selection of nuts, crackers and pretzels, next she adds the taller ingredients to the cup to create a more layered look

Cheree suggests that the cups are served to guests straight away to ensure absolute freshness. 

Her snack hack has certainly wowed the public, with many praising her clever idea.

‘Heaven in a glass!! This is snack food for adults. Love it,’ a woman wrote below the recipe post. 

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