Magical Mickey Mouse Disney Breakfast Charcuterie Board

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Are you ready to add a touch of Disney magic to your breakfast table? Our Disney Breakfast Charcuterie Board is the perfect way to start your day with a sprinkle of enchantment!

This board will surely delight all Disney fans, perfect for Christmas morning or any festive gathering!

We’ll show you how to create a breakfast masterpiece that’s as delightful as a visit to the Magic Kingdom itself. Get ready to enjoy Mickey waffles and more in the most whimsical way possible!

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Disney Breakfast Charcuterie Board

Nowadays, any food laid out on a wooden board or platter is classed as a charcuterie board. We’re not complaining, though—we love to set up and serve all kinds of Charcuterie Boards—and are excited to share another Disney-themed board with you!

Infuse some Disney magic into your festive mornings with this Disney breakfast board. Imagine the delightful aroma of freshly made Mickey waffles and a Disney movie playing in the background—a perfect morning for any Disney fan!

You don’t have to put on a chef hat to bring this breakfast board to life; it’s very simple!

Use boxes of waffle mix (different flavors to suit everyone’s pallet) to make your Mickey waffles and a cookie cutter to cut breakfast meat into cute Mickey shapes.

Trust us when we say that food always tastes better when it is Mickey-shaped!

To complement the waffles, there are a variety of goodies on the board to sprinkle over them – from chocolate chips to whipped cream. And the beauty of any charcuterie board is that you can customize them to suit your needs.

So, grab your Mickey waffle maker, and let’s create a magical Disney Breakfast Charcuterie Board that will bring joy, whimsy, and a touch of Disney magic to your table!

A round board topped with 2 kinds of Mickey Mouse waffles, Mickey-shaped sausage patties and ham, a bowl of whipped cream, candy canes, and a variety of holiday candies. Festive decorations surround to board.

How To Set Up a Disney Breakfast Charcuterie Board, Step-by-Step!

If you want the quick printable recipe card, scroll to the bottom of this post to print it out. But for all the tips, keep reading!

Number of Servings: 6
Prep Time: 20 minutes | Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes

Step 1 – Gather Your Ingredients:

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Our Disney breakfast charcuterie board is an upgraded version of our Mickey Waffle Charcuterie Board, but with ham and sausage patties cut into Mickey Mouse shapes with a cookie cutter.

As well as the breakfast meats, you’ll need to make some Mickey waffles (the absolute BEST breakfast at Walt Disney World Resort!). We used these flavors:

You will also need waffle toppings. Whipped cream, of course, with some Christmas Sprinkles as garnish. Here are the toppings shown on this board and a few extra ideas:

Other suggestions:

TIP! Can’t find the exact waffle mixes and toppings we used? Don’t worry – use whatever products are available to you. That’s the beauty of any type of charcuterie board!

The complete list of ingredients with measurements is on the recipe card at the end of this post.

Step 2 – Cooking Equipment:

You may have the tools you need to set up this board, which include:

  • Mickey Waffle Maker – you can’t make Mickey waffles without a Mickey Mouse-shaped waffle maker! This one makes waffles like they have at Disney restaurants, but there are cheaper alternatives that make different-styled Mickey waffles. We used two different sizes and styles of Mickey waffles.
  • Electric Mixer – to whisk up the waffle batter.
  • Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutterfor cutting the breakfast meat.
  • Wooden Board – or a platter to place all charcuterie elements on. We used a round board, but any shape you have is fine.
  • Small Bowl – for the whipped cream
  • Sharp Knife
  • Chopping/Cutting Board – to cut and prepare the food.
  • Plates – for guests to eat from.
  • Charcuterie Utensils – tongs, spoons, etc. You will need them for guests to pick up foods from the charcuterie board and utensils to eat with.

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A round board topped with 2 kinds of Mickey Mouse waffles, Mickey-shaped sausage patties and ham, a bowl of whipped cream, candy canes, and a variety of holiday candies. Festive decorations surround to board.

Step 3 – Make Waffles:

Using a Mickey Waffle Maker, make various waffle flavors according to the package directions. How many waffles you make will depend on how many guests you’re feeding and how hungry they are! Aim for 2-3 waffles per person.

Place the cooked waffles on a large baking tray and keep warm while you make all the Mickey waffles.

TIP! Freeze waffles for a quick Disney-themed treat on busy mornings.

Step 4 – Prepare Breakfast Meats:

Cut the slices of ham and sausage patties into Mickey shapes using a Mickey Mouse Head Cookie Cutter. Cook according to the package direction, and place on a separate baking tray in the oven to keep warm.

Step 5 – Setting Up the Disney Breakfast Charcuterie Board

Place your Mickey waffles around the edge of the board. Then add more waffles and/or breakfast meats stacked offset on top.

Pile the toppings in clusters on the inside edge of the waffles and place a small serving bowl in the center of the board.

Fill the bowl with whipped cream and top with some Christmas sprinkles. Serve, enjoy, and Happy Holidays!

TIP! Store leftover waffles and meats in an airtight container in the fridge. Reheat in a toaster or oven.

Charcuterie Placement Tips

  • Arrange items in uniform patterns on the board.
  • Group the same items together.
  • Try to keep similar colors separate if possible.
  • Fill in all available space.
A round board topped with 2 kinds of Mickey Mouse waffles, Mickey-shaped sausage patties and ham, a bowl of whipped cream, candy canes, and a variety of holiday candies. Festive decorations surround to board.

Printable Disney Breakfast Charcuterie Board Recipe Card

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A round board topped with 2 kinds of Mickey Mouse waffles, Mickey-shaped sausage patties and ham, a bowl of whipped cream, candy canes, and a variety of holiday candies. Festive decorations surround to board.

Disney Breakfast Charcuterie Board

Michelle Ordever
Transform your breakfast into a Disney adventure with a Disney Breakfast Charcuterie Board. This recipe combines the fun of Mickey waffles with a variety of sweet and savory options, making it a hit for any Disney fan!
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Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes
Servings 6
Calories 919 kcal

Ingredients
  

Waffles

  • 1 box Chocolate Waffle Mix
  • 1 box Cinnamon Roll Waffle Mix
  • 1 box Traditional Buttermilk Waffle Mix

Breakfast Meats

  • 1 package Canadian Ham
  • 1 package Sausage Patties

Condiments

  • 1 cup Fresh Whip Cream with Christmas Sprinkles

Toppings

  • 1 cup Peppermint Baking Chips
  • 1 cup Christmas M&M’s
  • 1 cup Peanut Butter Baking chips
  • 1 cup Chocolate Baking chips
  • 1 cup Holiday Baking Chips

Instructions
 

  • Using a Mickey Waffle Maker, make various waffle flavors according to the package directions. How many waffles you make will depend on how many guests you're feeding and how hungry they are! Aim for 2-3 waffles per person. Place cooked waffles on a large baking tray and keep warm while you make all of the Mickey waffles.
  • Cut the slices of ham and sausage patties into Mickey shapes using a Mickey Mouse Head Cookie Cutter. Cook according to the package direction, and place on a separate baking tray in the oven to keep warm.
  • Place your Mickey waffles around the edge of the board. Then add more waffles and/or breakfast meats stacked offset on top. Pile the toppings in clusters on the inside edge of the waffles and place a small bowl in the center of the board. Fill the bowl with whipped cream and top with some Christmas sprinkles. Serve, enjoy, and Happy Holidays!

    A round board topped with 2 kinds of Mickey Mouse waffles, Mickey-shaped sausage patties and ham, a bowl of whipped cream, candy canes, and a variety of holiday candies. Festive decorations surround to board.

Nutrition

Serving: 1 | Calories: 919kcal | Carbohydrates: 87g | Protein: 25g | Fat: 55g | Saturated Fat: 19g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 28g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 68mg | Sodium: 961mg | Fiber: 6g | Sugar: 48g

Nutritional information is always approximate and will depend on the quality of ingredients used and serving sizes. If you need exact calories and macros, please do your own calculations.

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