How to Build the Ultimate Dunkin’ Hot Chocolate Board

How to Build the Ultimate Dunkin’ Hot Chocolate Board

Charcuterie boards featuring a selection of meats and cheese have long had their time in the spotlight, but there’s a new contender having its moment of fame: hot chocolate boards. However you’re celebrating the holidays, this sweet spin on charcuterie is bound to delight this season.

Here at Dunkin’ we’re kicking it up a notch with the ultimate hot chocolate board, featuring Dunkin’ Hot Chocolate, donuts, and MUNCHKINS® donut hole treats. Check out our recipe for the ultimate Dunkin’ hot chocolate board below!

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  • Box O’ Joe® Hot Chocolate
  • Variety of Glazed, Powdered, and Glazed Chocolate Cake donuts
  • 10 count MUNCHKINS® donut hole treats (available for $2 now through December 29th nationwide!)
  • Selection of marshmallows in varying sizes, shapes, and colors
  • Candy canes or peppermint sticks
  • Soft peppermint puff candy
  • Crushed peppermint
  • Selection of holiday sprinkles
  • Coconut flakes
  • Pirouette cookies
  • Chocolate chips
  • Chocolate covered pretzels
  • Hot chocolate stir sticks
  • Chocolate caramels 
  • Stroopwafles
  • Whipped cream


  1. Assemble ingredients onto a board as pictured.
  2. Remove any refrigerated ingredients such as whipped cream from the refrigerator and serve alongside your board. 
  3. Serve with Box O’ Joe® Hot Chocolate, holiday cups from Dunkin’, and festive mugs
  4. Build your own cup of ultimate hot chocolate from your board, sip, and enjoy!
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Our favorite combination is hot chocolate topped with whipped cream, crushed peppermint, and a MUNCHKINS® donut hole treat for garnish. For a grown-up hot chocolate board, you can add a sampling of alcoholic mixers for spiked hot chocolate. The options are endless with this ultimate Dunkin’ hot chocolate board!

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