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25 Magical Harry Potter-Inspired Recipes
Pay tribute to the beloved series with these delightful Harry Potter-themed recipes. Wizards and muggles alike will feel the magic!
Feel like you’re in potions class with this bewitching beverage. For a nonalcoholic version, just omit the vodka.
You might not have gotten one when you turned eleven, but these savory puff pastry envelopes are magical enough to have come from Hogwarts.
These eggnog-flavored snitches are so good, you’ll feel like you’ve won a Quidditch game with each bite.
Fly away from hunger with this salty-sweet snack.
While this friendly owl resembles poor Errol, use white sprinkles to make a snowy Hedwig.
Feel like a true Hogwarts student by decorating the hats with your house colors!
As much as we love Hagrid, he wasn’t the best baker. Lucky, these cookies have all of flavor of Hargrid’s but won’t break your teeth!
This badly named candy is a favorite at Honeydukes. Our version of these delightfully crunchy treats is made with pecans and rice cereal.
Get multiple flavors in each bite with this new twist on the famous “Every Flavor” jelly beans. Watch out for bogey-flavored ones.
Grab a cozy mug inspired by one of Harry’s favorite drinks. To make this drink for kids, swap the shnapps for butterscotch ice cream topping.
While the real polyjuice potion takes a month (and a few human hairs) to brew, this deliciously sweet version takes moments to make.
Tricky Hogwarts students use these treats to get out of class (they make you ill, and then well in the next bite). This version won’t get you out of class (or work), but they’re just as sweet.
Transport yourself to the Hogwarts Express with these chocolate and caramel cupcakes, a classic in Harry’s world.
Dumbledore loved this sweet-tart treat so much, “sherbet lemon” was the password to his office!
This serpentine sandwich isn’t nearly as scary as the Basilisk. No Godric Gyffindor’s Sword required to slice this one up.
A sweeter, frostier version of good ol’ pumpkin juice, which pairs with almost every meal at Hogwarts.
Aragog’s minions threaten to devour Harry and Ron, until the intervention of Mr. Weasley’s feral car. Turn the tables and devour a plateful of tiny spiders at your next party.
A trip to Hogsmede wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Honeydukes, and a Harry Potter celebration wouldn’t be complete without these gumdrops!
Inspired by another invention of the Weasley twins, but our version won’t turn you into a canary.
All you need to add is Hargrid’s “HAPPEE BIRTHDAE HARRY” in green frosting to recreate Harry’s 11th birthday cake.
Exploding with coconut, that is!
Feel like you’re at a feast in the Great Hall with these delicious tarts.
Harry eats countless bowls of ice cream at Florean Fortescue’s Ice-Cream Parlour. You can try to do the same with this easy ice cream recipe.
While the Honeydukes version of lollipops can burn a hole in your tongue, ours are certified Muggle safe.
In Britain, a “pudding” is any dessert. The one Aunt Petunia makes to impress Uncle Vernon’s boss is a tall, frosted, fussy confection, something like this pink cake. Top with piped flowers and cherries for the full effect.