This Halloween, try a witchy way of snacking while you watch "Hocus Pocus 2" on Disney+.

Meg Quinn, food creator and author of "The Cheese Board Deck," assembled a Sanderson sisters-inspired cheese and charcuterie board for "Good Morning America," to get into the Halloween spirit.

Quinn shares an array of festive foods and easy entertaining recipes with her more than 410K followers on Instagram @ainttooproudtomeg and built on her success with cheese boards that go beyond your average charcuterie plate.

PHOTO: A "Hocus Pocus" inspired cheese, charcuterie and snack board.
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A "Hocus Pocus" inspired cheese, charcuterie and snack board.

Quinn used rolled pieces of salami to mimic Winifred's unmistakable curly red locks, Tillamook White Cheddar for Sarah's long blonde hair and got creative with blackberries to create Mary's thick spiraled updo.

Check out all the ingredients below and watch how the board gets assembled.

PHOTO: Cheese board expert Meg Quinn shared a simple "Hocus Pocus"-themed tray that's perfect for Halloween.
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Cheese board expert Meg Quinn shared a simple "Hocus Pocus"-themed tray that's perfect for Halloween.

Ingredients

Winifred
8 ounces Brie, face
Calabrese salami, hair
Black olives, eyebrows
Blueberries, eyes
Strawberry, lips
Jarlsberg, teeth
Radish, cheeks
Cashew, nose
Snap peas, dress

Mary
8 ounces Brie, face
Black olives, eyebrows
Blueberries, eyes
Strawberry, lips
Radish, cheeks
Cashew, nose
Blackberries, hair
Blueberries, hair
Red Grapes, dress

Sarah
8 ounces Brie, face
Black olives, eyebrows
Blueberries, eyes
Radish, lips and cheeks
Cashew, nose
Tillamook White Cheddar, hair
Purple grapes, dress

Additional decor
Jarlsberg, stars and cheese moon
Black olives, bats

Directions

Assemble as instructed in video, above.

"Hocus Pocus 2" and the first "Hocus Pocus" are currently available to stream on Disney+.

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