Magical Harry Potter Treats That Even Muggles Can Make.
Golden Snitch Pops
Finally, a golden snitch you can get your hands on! These ones were made from Bakerella's cake pop instructions. White fondant was used for the wings. Sprinkles on Top recommends golden sprinkles from Williams & Sonoma.
Amortentia Treacle Tarts
Treacle is a golden syrup, and treacle tart is a traditional English dessert. It also happens to be Harry Potter's favorite dessert, which is why he catches a whiff of it when drinking Amortentia, the most powerful love potion there is. Made with brown butter, rosemary and lemon, this version is divine.
You only need an hour (or less) to make these stunning devil's food Cauldron Cakes. Chocolate chips are used for the base to keep each one grounded.
"I like to think the edible gold glitter means these cauldrons are filled with a little Felix Felicis (or "liquid luck")," wrote Pastry Affair. We have to agree!
It isn't a Harry Potter celebration without some Butterbeer. Here's a simple recipe from Pepper.
What You'll Need:
- 1 can of cold cream soda
- 3-4 tbsp caramel Syrup
- Whipped cream
Pour soda and syrup into a glass mug, then stir well. Top with whipped cream and enjoy!
Sorting Hat Cupcakes
Having a large party over? Entertain and indulge them with a batch of Sorting Hat cupcakes. You can customize them however you'd like—red velvet, vanilla bean, strawberry, or earwax, if you're into that—just make sure you customize the tinted cream filling: "red for Gryffindor, blue for Ravenclaw, yellow for Hufflepuff, and green for Slytherin," says Sugar Bean Bakers.
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