“The Unofficial Hogwarts Cookbook for Kids”: Back to School Wizarding Breakfast
September is back-to-school month for most, and what better way to send our young witches and wizards off to class than with a happy belly full of a nutritious and delicious magical breakfast?
Now, this may sound hard, and pressing the snooze button can seem preferable to sweating over a hot cauldron like little house-elves before a hard day of math, potions, and pop quizzes, but do not fear! Ulysses Press has made getting those breakfasts in before school starts a painless, scrumptious, and fun experience with The Unofficial Hogwarts Cookbook for Kids.
Perfect for any young fan of Harry Potter, The Unofficial Hogwarts Cookbook for Kids will have aspiring witches and wizards brewing potions, baking stellar treats, and cooking creative dishes in no time.
This week, MuggleNet chose to recreate the Banana Breakfast Potion and Marmalade & Toast with two of its youngest head chefs. We can report the breakfasts were “delicious and nutritious and it tastes good too!” Be sure to take into account cooling times for the marmalade, and if your guests aren’t a fan of citrus tang, they may want to sit that one out. However, on a scale of stale porridge to delectable feast, we can happily say these dishes were “E” for Exceeds Expectations. But why listen to us when you can check out the results yourself?
Watch carefully as our young wizards whip up these dishes with effortless ease.
With easy step-by-step instructions and spellbinding full-color photographs, this cookbook is sure to become a kitchen favorite.
Check back next week when we test our chefs and their creations of Acid Pops and Cauldron Cakes.
A copy of The Unofficial Hogwarts Cookbook for Kids was sent to MuggleNet by Ulysses Press. All opinions belong to the reviewer. And chefs.