“The Unofficial Hogwarts Cookbook for Kids”: Fan Favorites
The first thing on most people’s menus when they consider wizarding world foods is either butterbeer or Chocolate Frogs. Every mention or scene with these delectable delicacies has our mouths watering, and we pine for the chance to step through the barrier at Platform 9 3/4 to test these treats out for ourselves. However, the clever wizards over at Ulysses Press have us covered with tip-top recipes to make your own butterbeer and Chocolate Frogs – as well as a plethora of other magical treats – in 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.
We challenged our chefs to make butterbeer and Chocolate Frogs. Each recipe took less than 15 minutes to prepare and tasted “thumbs-up!”
Check out the results for yourself:
Top Chef tip: Our chefs did note that if you don’t have much of a sweet tooth, the butterbeer recipe lends itself well to substituting lemonade for sparkling water.
With easy step-by-step instructions and spellbinding full-color photographs, this cookbook is sure to become a kitchen favorite.
That is it from us. You can check out the other two parts of our cooking series when we challenged our chefs to make a back-to-school wizarding breakfast and some spooky Halloween treats, or you could get a copy of The Unofficial Hogwarts Cookbook for Kids and try the recipes out yourself!
A copy of The Unofficial Hogwarts Cookbook for Kids was sent to MuggleNet by Ulysses Press. All opinions belong to the reviewer. And chefs.