25 Treats (With Recipes) For The Die Hard Harry Potter Fan

If you’re a die hard Harry Potter fan,  these are recipes you will want to make. These are truly amazing….so much detail, color, texture. They are all identical to the foods in the movie series. The only difference is, now you have all the recipes and can eat/drink them anytime you want!

Knickerbocker Glory


From: The Sorcerer’s Stone. Dudley gets one at the zoo, but decides it doesn’t have enough ice cream, so he hands his leftovers to Harry to make room for a second helping. Recipe: http://thegastronomicbong.com/knickerbocker-glory-with-strawberries-and-nuts/

Bertie Bott’s Every Flavored Beans


From: The Sorcerer’s Stone. Ron warns Harry, “You want to be careful with those. When they say every flavour, they mean every flavour.” Recipe: http://www.notquitenigella.com/2011/10/31/harry-potter-bertie-botts-every-flavour-jelly-beans/

Pumpkin Pasties


From: The Sorcerer’s Stone, when Harry and Ron go to town on the Hogwarts Express lunch trolley. Recipe: http://www.chewoutloud.com/2013/10/01/pumpkin-pasties-hand-pies/

Cauldron Cakes


From: The Sorcerer’s Stone, also off the Hogwarts Express lunch trolley. Recipe: http://www.pastryaffair.com/blog/2011/7/12/cauldron-cakes.html

Chocolate Frogs


From: The Sorcerer’s Stone, a lunch trolley classic. Recipe: http://foodinliterature.com/food-in-literature/2015/05/harry-potter-honeydukes-chocolate-frogs.html

Licorice Wands


From: The Sorcerer’s Stone, another trolley treat. Accio sugar! Recipe: http://blog.booturtle.com/2011/07/wizarding-week-of-harry-potter.html

Treacle Tart


From: The Sorcerer’s Stone and many feasts after. It’s Harry’s favorite, after all. Recipe: http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Classic-Treacle-Tart

Rock Cake


From: The Sorcerer’s Stone, when the gang visit Hagrid for tea. These are better, promise. Recipe: http://bakingbites.com/2005/08/cooking-school-better-than-hagrids-rock-cakes/

Sherbet Lemon


From: The Sorcerer’s Stone, when Dumbledore offers McGonagall one his favorite Muggle sweets. Recipe: http://www.southernfatty.com/lemon-drop-candies/

Pumpkin Juice


From: The Chamber of Secrets, and pretty much every meal after. The wizarding world downs this stuff like water. Recipe: http://foodinliterature.com/food-in-literature/2014/05/copycat-harry-potter-pumpkin-juice-recipe.html

Aunt Petunia’s Violet “Pudding”


From: The Chamber of Secrets, before Dobby interfered. We don’t know much about the pudding except that it’s decorated in violets, and this creamy cheesecake is pudding enough. Recipe: http://boulderlocavore.com/creamy-lemon-cheesecake-with-vanilla-wafer-crust-recipe/



From: The Prisoner of Azkaban, during the gang’s first trip to Hogsmeade and The Three Broomsticks. Recipe: http://www.buzzfeed.com/rachelysanders/harry-potter-and-the-night-he-wont-remember?utm_term=.fugvrO96K&sub=3654265_4940588#.yeAqAj5Qd

Acid Pops


From: The Prisoner of Azkaban, at Honeydukes in Hogsmeade. Ron remembers his first Acid Pop burning a hole in his tongue. Recipe: http://www.pastryaffair.com/blog/2011/7/10/harry-potter-treats.html

Florian Flortescue Butterbeer Ice Cream


From: The Prisoner of Azkaban, and every trip to Hogsmeade after. Recipe: http://foodinliterature.com/food-in-literature/2014/07/florean-fortescue-butterbeer-ice-cream-recipe-harry-potter.html

Exploding Bonbons


From: The Prisoner of Azkaban, another fan favorite from Honeydukes. Recipe: http://www.threebakingsheetstothewind.com/2010/11/sugared-cinema-harry-potter-and-deathly.html

Pink Coconut Ice


From: The Prisoner of Azkaban, yet another Honeydukes delight. Recipe: http://www.tiramipursuit.com/2014/03/12/honeydukes-shimmering-coconut-ice/

Ice Mice


From: The Prisoner of Azkaban, a Honeydukes sweet to make your teeth “chatter and squeak.” Recipe: http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2011-12-20/features/ct-tribu-daley-question-sugar-mice-20111220_1_mice-fondant-sugar

Blood Lollipops


From: The Prisoner of Azkaban, an “unusual taste” for the vampire with a sweet tooth. Recipe: http://www.instructables.com/id/Vampire-Blood-Lollipops/#step1

Cockroach Clusters


From: The Prisoner of Azkaban at Honeydukes, and also one of the passwords to Dumbledore’s office in The Goblet of Fire. Recipe: http://theapronarchives.com/2010/11/20/cockroach-clusters/

Mrs. Weasley’s English Toffee


From: The Goblet of Fire, when Mrs. Weasley sends Harry and Ron Easter eggs “the size of dragon eggs” loaded with homemade toffee. Recipe: http://foodinliterature.com/food-in-literature/2014/04/mrs-weasleys-english-toffee-recipe.html

Canary Creams


From: The Goblet of Fire, one of the first sneaky confections concocted by the Weasleys, turning the eater into a canary. Recipe: http://www.womanandhome.com/recipes/534066/custard-creams



From: The Half-Blood Prince, it’s the most powerful love potion there is. This one will get you ~drunk in love~. Recipe: http://www.buzzfeed.com/rachelysanders/harry-potter-and-the-night-he-wont-remember#.mxnnr74QW

Crystalized Pineapple


From: The Half-Blood Prince, Slughorn’s favorite. Recipe: http://candy.about.com/od/fruitnutcandy/r/Candied-Pineapple.htm

Weasleys’ Dragon Roasted Nuts


From: The Half-Blood Prince movie. Ok, it’s just for the movie, but yum! Recipe: http://foodinliterature.com/food-in-literature/2013/09/harry-potter-weasleys-dragon-roasted-nuts.html

Golden Snitch Cake


From: The Deathly Hallows, baked by Mrs. Weasley for Harry’s 17th birthday. D’aww, Molly! Recipe: http://cookingalamel.com/2013/07/golden-snitch-cake-gluten-free.html

Now, it’s like you can wave the magic wand in the kitchen, and get the delicious creations!

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