10 Harry Potter Recipes That Will Make Your Holidays Magical

10 Harry Potter Recipes That Will Make Your Holidays Magical

We ask every year, but Santa still hasn’t given us a Hogwarts letter for Christmas. In our dreams, we’re at the Three Broomsticks, sipping butterbeer and daring each other to approach the Shrieking Shack. Thankfully, with a little cooking magic, we can live out some of our wildest Potterverse dreams. Here are 10 recipes that will make your holidays cozy, delicious, and (above all else) magical.

Start your day off right with these butterbeer pancakes from Sugar and Soul. This crafty cook even found lightning bolt sprinkles to top them with!


Is there anything cozier than a Weasley sweater? These cookies from Bakingdom are almost too cute too eat.


Pumpkin pasties appear multiple times throughout the series, and we’ve been dying to know if they’re as delicious as Harry and Ron make them sound. Thankfully, Food in Literature has a recipe for us.


You just know that exploding bonbons were a favorite of Fred and George Weasley. This recipe from Three Baking Sheets to the Wind would make the twins proud.


They say alcohol gives the drinker liquid courage, but for those who would rather have luck on their side, Buzzfeed is here with a Felix Felicis cocktail.


Since we prefer to keep our teeth, we’re passing on Hagrid’s rock cakes. These cauldron cakes from Pastry Affair, however, sound delicious.


Can’t find the time to make it to Honeydukes this holiday season? Never fear! You can make your own peppermint frogs at home, courtesy of this recipe from Instructables user yota.


Have you always wondered if you’re a Gryffindor or a Ravenclaw? You can find out once and for all when you make this adorable pita bread Sorting Hat from Diamonds for Dessert.


Fans have fallen head-over-heels for the butterbeer at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The recipe is guarded by a pretty trusty Secret Keeper, though. Copycat recipes are all over the web, which is why we appreciate the folks at Intoxicology who tested five of their favorites (including an alcoholic version).


If you’re as homesick for the Burrow as we are, we know you’ll love this gingerbread house from Michelle Jamieson.





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