How To Build A Charcuterie Chalet

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Charcuterie Chalet

What is a Charcuterie Chalet?

Imagine the most adorably decorated gingerbread house, but with all savory ingredients. That’s it! A charcuterie chalet is like a savory cheese board house, all dressed up for the winter holiday! Pretzel windows, salami-tiled roof top, and all of it dusted with parmesan cheese, it’s so darn cute. Who wouldn’t love this?! 

Obviously I had to jump on this new fad. Here’s my take on the trend with a few extra suggestions thrown in for good measure. And here’s my IG REEL for a full 360-degree view of the Meat Mansion I created. For other Christmas ideas, check out the Christmas section of the blog, including my Charcuterie Tree and Charcuterie Wreath. You can also search all holiday board ideas by section on this site. And, for a non-holiday version of antipasti, make my Italian Antipasti Platter.

how to build a charcuterie chalet

Building the Structure of Your Chalet

Make it easy on yourself! Find a gingerbread kit and build off that. Zero judgement here, because that’s what I did. I used this Gingerbread Mansion, but Target also smaller options like this Gingerbread House kit and ready-built options like this Gingerbread House and these mini pre-built holiday homes

I’ve heard of people making the structure from flatbread, which is some varsity-level food art right there. I’m no architect, and I’d honestly rather be decorating than frustrated by building the base. But you do you! It’s an option, and the important part is to make this fun and festive.

The Base

One of the most common questions I recieved on instagram after posting was, “what is the base?” So in addition to using a gingerbread kit to build the home, I placed everything on a Lazy Susan so that I could really get a good look at every side. I love being able to show off the full 360° view!

Once the main house elements were done, I covered the Lazy Susan in cream cheese and parmesan sprinkles (more on that below). This helped the landscaping elements stick.

how to make charcuterie chalet

Ingredients to Make it a Winter Wonderland 

I’ve made mine all savory. But you could do a mix—some savory items, with some sweet ones too. You know I love a dessert cheese board. It really comes down to the shapes and colors you want to add in. 

Besides the gingerbread house, think about what elements you want to have on your chalet: windows, landscaping, roof, and trimmings and characters. These should start to inform the colors, shapes, textures you want to look for in your ingredients. Here are some ideas based on what I made and what I’ve seen others make….

charcuterie chalet kit

The House Details

  • Cream cheese is your best bet for charcuterie chalet glue. Use it to make a beautiful, smooth snowy drift (on the rooftop or elsewhere). 
  • Salami and charcuterie are key. I placed salami rounds on the roof to make cute looking tiles. You could also make salami (or ham, or prosciutto!) rosettes for decoration around the chalet. Full tutorial here on making salami rosettes
  • Pretzel snaps (grid squares) make the perfect windows. You could also try triscuits
  • Dried fruit is a good option for decor. I used half slices of dried oranges as window awnings/coverings. 
  • Longer crackers like these rustic bakery flatbreads cut in half work as great doors. Just draw on doorknobs with these edible ink markers. I also used these to for the chimney on top, securing the four sides with cream cheese.
  • Pretzel sticks give off a great log-cabin vibe. I used a few sizes and shapes for different aspects of the decor: windows, roof eaves, and some for “logs” in front of the chalet. I used the same buttery pretzel twists in this Fall Cheese Ball Bites board. 
charcuterie chalet instructions

Landscaping

  • Rosemary makes for great trees and garden-like additions. Stand them up tall and affix them to a few more pretzel twists to help them stand. Or just lean them against the chalet.
  • Sage is such a beautiful herb, and fragrant too. I piled leaves of it into circles to make wreaths on the front and back of the house.
  • Marcona almonds (or regular almonds) make a great pathway up to the doorstep.
  • Cut up tiny thyme sprigs along the almond walkway to create a cute landscaping detail. I just stuck them into the cream cheese/parmesan base on the lazy susan.
  • Green olives could come in handy for garden landscaping too. 
charcuterie chalet recipe

Characters

  • Brie bites are so adorable. All piled up they make a pretty great snowman. Mine are secured with a skewer. I drew on the eyes, mouth and carrot nose with the edible ink markers. I get my brie bites at Trader Joe’s, but I also linked to some on amazon if you don’t have access to TJ’s.
  • Babybel cheese is a staple on my boards (like these PAC MAN with edible eyes). So it was a no-brainer to make a snowman and a Rudolf with them. Again, I used the edible ink markers for help with the faces and Santa suit. I used extra wax from the Babybels to create the red noses. For Santa, I added in a provolone beard and furry hat and stuck them on with cream cheese. See more details on my IG Reel How-To (coming soon).
  • Black olives put on skewers would make adorable looking penguins. I’ve seen these with mozzarella or cream cheese for the white belly.  
charcuterie chalet salami roof

Extras

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How to Make it Sparkle

This was the most fun part! Grate some parmesan into a bowl. Sprinkle it on top of your salami rooftop. Add it to any snowy sections you made with cream cheese. And give the rest of the yard a nice soft dusting of parmesan snow. This will really set it up to look so wintery (and yummy!). 

charcuterie chalet salami

How to Cheat … Full Disclosure! 

In all honesty, I knew this would only be posted on social and not eaten, so I brought the big guns. And by big guns, I mean my tiny glue gun. Yep, it just wasn’t possible for me to hold up the house without it.  

Obviously this makes the chalet inedible. Only use glue if you’re not planning on eating it. If you do want to make these and eat them too (duh, why wouldn’t you?!) you can use the royal icing that you would usually use on a gingerbread house. Or cream cheese—just make sure to keep it cold. If it gets too warm it won’t hold much up. 

A big THANK YOU to my friend, Alexandra Olin for helping build this meat mansion.

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360 video of the Chalet

Here’s a video of the full chalet.

Show Me Your Chalets

I hope this post inspires you to create the infamous #CharcuterieChalet. Nothing makes me happier than seeing the food art you create from my tips. If you make a “Meat House” (hehe) inspired by this post, please tag me at @ainttoooproudtomeg so I can see and share! 

And, If you liked this recipe, please rate and review.

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Other Resources

Check out these charcuterie chalet roundups from PopSugar and The Spruce for more inspo.

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Charcuterie Chalet Recipe

5 from 120 votes

Description

How to build a charcuterie chalet! These tips are your go-to charcuterie chalet instructions to get in on the charcuterie chalet meme!

Ingredients
  

Cheese

  • Cream Cheese
  • Babybel Cheese
  • Mozzarella
  • Cheddar
  • Provolone
  • Grated Parmesan

Meat

  • Salami

Produce

  • Mushrooms

Carbs

  • Gingerbread House Base
  • Pretzel Snaps
  • Pretzel Sticks
  • Rustic Bakery Flatbreads

Accouterments

  • Dried Oranges
  • Edible Ink Markers
  • Rosemary
  • Thyme
  • Sage
  • Marcona Almonds
  • Green Olives
  • Black Olives
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141 Reviews

  1. Kayley wrote:

    Seriously such a cute idea! The Brie has snowman and the rosemary wreath! I love it! Such creative ideas!

    Posted 12.17.20 Reply
    • Laura wrote:

      5 stars
      Love this!! Will try to recreate next year ????

      Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  2. Julianne wrote:

    5 stars
    This is absolutely too cute to eat! I love it!

    Posted 12.17.20 Reply
  3. Janelle B wrote:

    5 stars
    This is the most adorable chalet I’ve seen!

    Posted 12.17.20 Reply
  4. Samantha wrote:

    5 stars
    You always have the cutest ideas!!

    Posted 12.17.20 Reply
  5. Robyn wrote:

    5 stars
    So Cute!! Great spin on the traditional gingerbread house!

    Posted 12.17.20 Reply
  6. Alison wrote:

    5 stars
    This is cutest thing ever! What an amazing centerpiece for the season. Meg has done it again.

    Posted 12.17.20 Reply
  7. Jody wrote:

    5 stars
    Such a fun twist to a gingerbread house! I love the elegant feel that the meats/cheeses add to this….such a great centerpiece for a holiday dinner party.

    Posted 12.17.20 Reply
  8. Jill wrote:

    5 stars
    I was challenged by a friend to recreate this masterpiece!!
    Not even going to try ????

    Posted 12.17.20 Reply
  9. Tomiko wrote:

    5 stars
    This could be a new tradition! While the kids are putting together their sweet treat gingerbread houses, I can be working on my charcuterie chalet! Love it! ????

    Posted 12.18.20 Reply
  10. Fran wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this – so cute for the holiday

    Posted 12.18.20 Reply
  11. Nicole D wrote:

    5 stars
    It’s not only beautiful and looks delicious! BUT You’re such a thoughtful blogger, I love the detail and explanation step-by-step you put into this post! Thank you! 🙂

    Posted 12.18.20 Reply
  12. Paige wrote:

    So cute and the only “gingerbread house” I’m interested in! Would love to make this for a holiday party,

    Posted 12.18.20 Reply
  13. Jen wrote:

    Most delicious gingerbread house I’ve seen. Great spin on a classic!

    Posted 12.18.20 Reply
  14. Sarah M wrote:

    5 stars
    Ok if this isn’t the cutest thing EVER. I need to try one!

    Posted 12.20.20 Reply
  15. Vicki wrote:

    5 stars
    What a fun project that is sure to bring many smiles!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
    • @littlemsjolly wrote:

      5 stars
      This is so cute and original! I totally want to make this with/for my nieces and nephews once covid is over!

      Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  16. Gina Tiedemann wrote:

    Absolutely my favorite charcuterie chalet! .You inspired me to make my own version. It was so much fun! Mine was a rustic cabin and the base was a TJ gingerbread kit. I posted it at #charcuteriechalet. Yay!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  17. Gina Tiedemann wrote:

    5 stars
    Sorry! I forgot to rate before I hit “post”.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
    • Meg Quinn (Ain't Too Proud To Meg) wrote:

      no worries. thank you so much for the support!

      Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  18. Cara wrote:

    5 stars
    Adorable!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  19. Boards O’Clock wrote:

    5 stars
    So cute!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  20. Carly wrote:

    You are the queen of boards! I’m blown away by your creativity!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
    • Meg Quinn (Ain't Too Proud To Meg) wrote:

      thank you soooo much! happy holidays!

      Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  21. Lauren wrote:

    5 stars
    i LOVE this as an alternative to a gingerbread house full of sweets/candy ! the meat on the roof caught me off guard ???? definitely going to try this out myself!!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  22. Katherine wrote:

    5 stars
    I have got to try this for Christmas Eve! Thanks for the inspiration!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  23. Bethaby wrote:

    This is amazing – daunting but amazing.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  24. Scott Paray wrote:

    5 stars
    Great ideas

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  25. DaNae wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this idea for the holidays! I definitely used it as inspiration for my rendition!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  26. Mary Lou wrote:

    5 stars
    This made me laugh! Super duper cute.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  27. Asha wrote:

    5 stars
    I can’t wait to try this with my kids!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  28. 5 stars
    Such a cute idea! Love the marcona almonds walkway, the Brie Bite Snowman, Babybel Santa, and mushroom/thyme flower pots!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  29. Michele wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this! I plan on pinning it and trying it next year for Christmas.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  30. Kim wrote:

    5 stars
    Adorable and creative! Almost too cute to eat!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  31. Amy wrote:

    5 stars
    I can’t wait to make a char chalet with kiddo! Such a great idea! Thank you!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  32. Catherine Nobile wrote:

    5 stars
    This is so creative! Love using savory items for a gingerbread house!!’p

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  33. Alison wrote:

    5 stars
    This is amazing! The Brie snowman is my favorite part ⛄️

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  34. Susan Fuls wrote:

    I love this! I definitely want to try my hand at making one soon!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  35. Allison Wallace wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this! So cute! It’s a work of art.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  36. Missy wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this blog. I always check it out before attempting my charcuterie creations. Thanks, Meg! You’re an inspiration ❤️

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  37. Megan Mullin wrote:

    5 stars
    So adorable. Can’t wait to try it!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  38. Vicky Rogers wrote:

    5 stars
    I attempted to make this today, it was not at beautiful as yours but it was such a huge hit!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  39. Mirna wrote:

    5 stars
    Lovely. Such a creative idea and less sugar.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  40. Megan wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this trend! So fun, and thanks for the tips and inspo.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  41. Leanna Kennon Potter wrote:

    5 stars
    This so cute! I don’t know that I’m skilled enough to make it (LOL) but I’m obsessed!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  42. Melissa wrote:

    5 stars
    FANTASTIC!!! We host a gingerbread house building competition for our teens & their friends and I’ve been looking for a challenge for them. This is it! Charcuterie Chalet Building Competition 2021!!!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  43. Shawna wrote:

    5 stars
    Oh, Wow this looks amazing ????!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  44. Linda T wrote:

    5 stars
    Love what you do! So amazingly creative!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  45. Emily Collick wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this! You are so creative

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  46. Mary Hipp wrote:

    5 stars
    Delicious and fun!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  47. Christine wrote:

    5 stars
    Have a bunch of leftovers in our fridge and this was a perfect use for them tonight, thanks for the inspiration! My family had fun constructing and devoured it afterward 🙂

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  48. Lisa wrote:

    5 stars
    Charcuterie chalet >>>> gingerbread house. Such an adorable, festive, and delicious activity for the holidays!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  49. Michelle Hewgley wrote:

    5 stars
    I am obsessed with this charcuterie chalet! Gonna for sure make this!! ????????✨❤️

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  50. Michelle Hewgley wrote:

    5 stars
    I am obsessed with this charcuterie chalet!! ????????✨❤️

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  51. Shruti wrote:

    5 stars
    I love how gorgeous this looks!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  52. Liz Snyder wrote:

    5 stars
    Such a cute idea!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  53. Katy wrote:

    5 stars
    Looks too good to eat!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  54. Amber J. wrote:

    5 stars
    If only I had seen this before my gingerbread house contest!!! Easy win! (And more tasty )

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  55. Chelsea wrote:

    5 stars
    I would love to make one! This is so cute!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  56. Paige wrote:

    Wow this looks so difficult to make, and it’s making me really hungry! Well done!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  57. gisa wrote:

    5 stars
    this is the most creative gingerbread house i’ve ever seen. adorable!!!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  58. 5 stars
    Your work is amazing! So creative & festive!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  59. Heather wrote:

    5 stars
    Such a creative idea! Looks awesome!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  60. Stephanie wrote:

    5 stars
    My 4.5yo is a major cheese connoisseur (he says his favorite cheese is manchego ????????????‍♀️) & asked if we could build this instead of a “lame” gingerbread house ????????

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
    • Meg Quinn (Ain't Too Proud To Meg) wrote:

      hahaha! he sounds like the perfect child!!

      Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  61. Mallory wrote:

    5 stars
    Can’t wait to try this!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  62. Mackenzie wrote:

    5 stars
    Ok this is seriously a highlight of the season. And it has been so fun seeing what Meg has inspired. Absolutely loved this. I attempted to make one and had so much fun with my family. Who needs gingerbread when you have meat and cheese?! 🙂

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  63. Andrea wrote:

    What a great idea! Love this!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  64. Tiffany Strietelmeier wrote:

    5 stars
    There’s no place like home and no place like your #charcuteriechalet! This is comepletely incredible. I’ve never made a gingerbread house as it’s too sweet for me. This however I can’t wait to make a holiday tradition! #justcallmegretel #homefortheholidays

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  65. Michele wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this idea! Perfect idea for the holidays instead of the sugary gingerbread for those in the family who prefer something savory!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  66. Lesley wrote:

    5 stars
    Loved your creativity. The pretzel windows and Orange slices are adorable. I am going to give this one a try. Thank you. ????

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  67. Rosa wrote:

    5 stars
    I am not that into charcuterie chalets but this one is really cute!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  68. Lauren wrote:

    5 stars
    Super cute!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  69. Mitch wrote:

    5 stars
    Fantastic pictures and a great idea for the holidays!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  70. Leslie wrote:

    Ah this is perfect! Especially for those of us who don’t like sweets! A great salty alternative to a holiday tradition ☺️

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  71. 5 stars
    Loved this chalet idea! I tried to replicate it but it didn’t look nearly as good. I used peppered salami as the roof to try to make it look like shingles (ha my bf is in roofing so we thought it was funny). I did make the Brie bite snowman so that was pretty awesome! Thanks for the blog post and always inspiring us!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
    • Meg Quinn (Ain't Too Proud To Meg) wrote:

      The peppered salami idea sounds awesome! I like that your bf gave his professional consulting advice.

      Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  72. Lisa Riley wrote:

    5 stars
    The charcuterie houses are all the rage this season but your Charcuterie Chalet is the best I’ve seen on any social media platform. Thank you for such a beautiful creation and the detailed blog post on how to recreate it.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  73. April wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this idea so much! I can’t wait to try it out!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  74. Angela wrote:

    5 stars
    Ok first of all, this could not be any cuter!! Secondly, I love that you just continue to show how charcuterie has no limits!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  75. Jade wrote:

    5 stars
    Love the chalet! Will def try it this season!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  76. Michele wrote:

    5 stars
    Such a cute, savory alternative to the candy gingerbread house! Love

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  77. Winkie wrote:

    5 stars
    When I saw this on insta I SCREAMED at how creative this was!! You inspire me to build boards and I’m so thankful for your account!! 🙂

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
    • Meg Quinn (Ain't Too Proud To Meg) wrote:

      Thank you so much! I love that you find inspiration here 🙂

      Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  78. Michelle wrote:

    5 stars
    Wow! So amazing! Always a huge fan of your beautiful boards.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  79. Stacie wrote:

    5 stars
    This is amazing! What a great idea!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  80. Maria wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this idea!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  81. Maria wrote:

    5 stars
    I will trying this recipe!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  82. Audrey wrote:

    5 stars
    The whole things is so adorable! So many cute touches…I think the sage wreath is my favorite ❤️

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  83. Nancy Lynch wrote:

    5 stars
    Incredible!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  84. Denise wrote:

    5 stars
    This is the most creative charcuterie I have ever seen. I shared it on my Instagram but going to re-share as I could not get a full shot. Just fabulous.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  85. Kathy wrote:

    5 stars
    Wow this takes holiday house building to another level ????????

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  86. Kristen Parr wrote:

    5 stars
    This is so creative!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  87. Kristin wrote:

    5 stars
    I’m SO doing one of these next year!! I would love to this year, but without any events I’m afraid I’d eat it all myself???? They are so amazing!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  88. Bree wrote:

    5 stars
    This is the most fun holiday house! Can’t wait to make my own!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  89. Jen wrote:

    5 stars
    This is so festive and fun. I’d rather make this with my daughter than a house with candies because this could double as dinner while we build!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  90. Carol wrote:

    5 stars
    Too cute and creative! Loved the details! Good instructions!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  91. Elizabeth wrote:

    I love this so much! I can’t wait until Christmas next year to make one!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  92. Christina wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this. Definitely would want to eat one but way to adorable

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  93. Crystal wrote:

    5 stars
    What great creativity. It’s a grownup version of a gingerbread house!!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  94. Kim wrote:

    5 stars
    You always come up with the cutest ideas! Charcuterie boards are perfect for every occasion.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  95. Al Kriz wrote:

    Love this idea! Especially the babybel snowman — so cute!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  96. Laura wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this!! Will try to recreate next year ????

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  97. Shay Troupe wrote:

    5 stars
    Oh this is too cute. I bet my kids would devour this. I love all your boards but this was is sooo cute.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  98. Allie wrote:

    5 stars
    Love the honesty in this post! I’d have brought out the glue gun on minute 1! 🙂 So impressed with your creativity and ingenuity!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  99. Emily wrote:

    5 stars
    First of all, could this be any more festive?! It is perfect! I so appreciate that you’re willing to pull back the curtain to walk us through all the details and share your suggestions. Can’t wait to make my own!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  100. Julie wrote:

    5 stars
    Such a great idea for a fun foodie centerpiece!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  101. eliza wrote:

    5 stars
    love a good salami roof! Pinning this for next year!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  102. Stacy wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  103. Elizabeth Jennings wrote:

    5 stars
    Omg this is adorable! Love your work! ????

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  104. Becky wrote:

    5 stars
    This is one of my favorite holiday ideas ever! Super cute and unique. Thank you fir sharing!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  105. Elisabeth wrote:

    So cute! I need to get organized and try this!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  106. Marina wrote:

    5 stars
    I did not do so well making a regular gingerbread house this week with my family, but the idea of making a Charcuterie Chalet is oh so exciting!! I cannot wait to try and make this for my family

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  107. Kayla wrote:

    5 stars
    Loving this savory twist of a gingerbread house!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  108. Heather wrote:

    5 stars
    Can’t wait to try this!!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  109. Marni wrote:

    5 stars
    Made the crans soaked a bit longer to add sweetness. ????

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  110. Susan wrote:

    5 stars
    My family would FLIP if I made this for Christmas. Thank you for the ideas!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  111. Carey wrote:

    5 stars
    Can’t wait to make this on Christmas Eve with my family! ❤️ Adorable and Yummy!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  112. Bree wrote:

    5 stars
    Super cute!! And I laughed so hard at the end when you gave the full disclosure on the glue gun!!! I was totally wondering how I might keep it all together if only wanting to do one for show!!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  113. Bree wrote:

    5 stars
    Super cute!! Just love your posts and tutorials!!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  114. Samantha wrote:

    5 stars
    I tried this challenge and you blew my little chalet out of the water!! So good!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  115. Alanna wrote:

    5 stars
    Wow this is amazing.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  116. Taylor wrote:

    This is amazing. I just want to recreate this and cozy up to The Holiday ✨

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  117. 5 stars
    I have seen so many charcuterie chalets this season but none compare to this one! What a nice and refreshing take on it! Love how this one isn’t as meat heavy as the others! I will definitely be copying this recipe!!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  118. Maryam B wrote:

    5 stars
    So creative!

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  119. Debbie wrote:

    5 stars
    This is the an edible house that I’d actually want to eat. I’m not a big gingerbread fan, but meat and cheese—oh yeah!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  120. Jenica wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this! So creative and I can’t wait to attempt one of my own.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  121. 5 stars
    Love this one! You are so creative- the details down to the little shrubs along the walkway, it’s just wonderful!!

    Posted 12.22.20 Reply
  122. Katie wrote:

    5 stars
    Such a cute idea. Maybe too cute to eat though ?????

    Posted 12.22.20 Reply
  123. Johanna wrote:

    5 stars
    So cute…perfect addition to the Christmas table.

    Posted 12.22.20 Reply
  124. Melissa wrote:

    I can’t wait to make this with my kids next year! It is beautiful and we have charcuterie almost daily for lunch, so they would totally be on board with this charcuterie chalet!

    Posted 12.22.20 Reply
  125. Kara wrote:

    5 stars
    Amazing!!!!

    Posted 12.22.20 Reply
  126. Andrea wrote:

    5 stars
    So many great ideas to try out!!!

    Posted 12.22.20 Reply
  127. Hannah wrote:

    5 stars
    WOW! This is absolutely incredible ???? the reindeer & Santa are so cute

    Posted 12.22.20 Reply
  128. Kyrah wrote:

    5 stars
    Love it! My friend Hannah is obsessed as well!

    Posted 12.22.20 Reply
  129. Quyen wrote:

    5 stars
    So cute! Making this for New Year’s Eve!

    Posted 12.23.20 Reply
  130. Evelyn wrote:

    5 stars
    This is my kind of ginger bread house. I will be making this on Christmas Day.

    Posted 12.24.20 Reply
  131. Evelyn wrote:

    5 stars
    Cute spin to the traditional gingerbread house. Will be attempting to make it for Christmas.

    Posted 12.24.20 Reply
  132. Billynda wrote:

    5 stars
    Awesome snowman!

    Posted 12.24.20 Reply
  133. Cheryl wrote:

    Delicious!

    Posted 12.24.20 Reply
  134. Mary Ellen Dechert wrote:

    5 stars
    Very much in the spirit !!!!!!!!

    Posted 11.20.21 Reply