Harry Potter recipes are perfect for more than just your Harry Potter party! Whip up a glass of butterbeer for your movie night or even a treacle tart for game night! Now matter what the occasion, this delicious Harry Potter food will make it that much better!
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Harry Potter Recipes
Of course, you’ll want plenty of Harry Potter food too! From frothy butterbeer to Harry Potter cakes, there are enough recipes here for a gazillion parties or movie nights.
These are just a few of the favorites you’ll find…
- Polyjuice Potion Punch
- Pumpkin Juice
- Golden Snitch Cake
- Cauldron Cake
- Pumpkin Pasties
- Treacle Tart
- Elves Curry Puffs
- Howler Pastries
- Cockroach Clusters
- Golden Snitch Truffles
- Deathly Hallows Sugar Cookies
- Acid Pops
- Pretzel Wands
- Lemondrop Candies
- Dumbledore’s Pensieve Recipe
- Sorting Hat Cookies
- Chocolate Frogs
- Exploding Bon Bons
- Monster Book Snacks
Most of these recipes are easy, like chocolate frogs made from a simple candy mold. Others, like the Golden Snitch Cake will take a little more work. I did this on a smaller scale recently with these Golden Snitch Peanut Butter Balls…so fun to make and super delish too!
The hardest part might just be picking a favorite but if you need even more recipe ideas, check out this Harry Potter Recipes Book)
How To Make Butterbeer
This Butterbeer recipe couldn’t be any easier! It takes four ingredients and a matter of minutes to whip up a delicious batch of your own. My kids and I are totally obsessed!
If your party is in the winter, switch things up with this Hot Butterbeer from The Tiptoe Fairy.
Big kids like me will love this mouthwatering Marshmallow Butterbeer Latte from My Food Story.
For the grownups only: While the kids are enjoying the regular Harry Potter food and drinks, grownups can take it up a notch with Boozy Butterbeer from Vintage Kitty.
Butterbeer Food Recipes
These Butterbeer Cupcakes from Food Fun & Faraway Places look so delish and make an easy alternative to baking a cake!
You’ll need something to eat with your butterbeer and these Butterbeer Cookie Mugs from Hungry Happenings look pretty tasty!
Just like there’s more than one kind of butterbeer, there are plenty of butterbeer cookie recipes to go around too. Butterbeer Pudding Cookies from Sugar Bean Bakers would be perfect for your party.
These Butterbeer Muddy Buddies from Hey Let’s Make Stuff make a great party snack.
Need some ice cream to go with your cake? Stick with the theme and make this delicious Butterbeer Ice Cream recipe from Sonshine Kitchen.
Both of these Butterbeer Ice Cream recipes looked so delish that I couldn’t choose just one. This one from Princess Pinky Girl looks super tasty!
Okay, so I know that pancakes might not be considered party food but these Butterbeer Pancakes from Sugar And Soul looked too amazing to leave out (maybe surprise the birthday boy or girl with a fun breakfast).
Harry Potter Drink Recipes (that aren’t butterbeer)
This Grandma Is Fun really lives up to her name with this Polyjuice Potion Punch
If you feel like making something different from Butterbeer or just want lots of options, try making this Copycat Pumpkin Juice Recipe from Hello Nature Blog.
Here’s another great Harry Potter Pumpkin Juice recipe, this one from Favorite Family Recipes.
Harry Potter Cakes And Cupcakes
You can’t have a party without cake, right?
This is actually the Harry Potter Cake that I made for my daughter’s birthday. She’d actually found a similar one that she loved on Pinterest and asked me to recreate it. Though it wasn’t quite as extravagant as the original (clearly made by a professional), my daughter loved it and that’s all that matters!
I’m a huge fan of everything Ashlee Marie does and cakes like this Harry Potter Golden Snitch Cake are the reason why.
I love all the color in this Hogwarts House Cake from Bakingdom.
These Harry Potter Cauldron Cakes from Pastry Affair are adorable and may even be easier to make than they look!
Harry Potter Owl Cupcakes from Sweetest Kitchen definitely fit the theme!
Harry Potter Pasties And Pies
If you want Harry Potter savory recipes, you’ve got to try these yummy looking Harry Potter Pumpkin Pasties from PopSugar.
If they’re good enough for the elves, these Elves Curry Puffs from Raegun Ramblings are good enough for us.
This Harry Potter Treacle Tart from Feast Of Starlight looks like it would be just as tasty for a Thanksgiving dessert as for a Harry Potter birthday party.
If you want to try another version, this Treacle Tart recipe from The Sugar Hit includes ingredients like brown butter, rosemary and lemon.
These Harry Potter Howlers from Food And Wine may just win the creativity prize.
More Harry Potter Food
How cute are these Cheese And Pretzel Broomsticks from One Little Project? I love that they give the kids a healthier alternative too!
Think you could eat a cockroach? How about if it were made with chocolate and pecans? The kids will love being grossed out by these Cockroach Clusters from Whip & Wander.
If you want Cockroach Clusters that don’t look quite so buggy, give this Cockroach Cluster recipe from Bakingdom a try.
Get one of these before they fly away. These Golden Snitch Truffles from The Dinner Mom will disappear fast.
If you’re looking for easy Harry Potter cookies, try these Deathly Hallows Sugar Cookies from The Kitchen Magpie. You can never go wrong with cookies!
These acid Pops from Pastry Affair are one or the more unique Harry Potter recipes on our list.
My favorite thing about these Golden Snitches from Party Delights is just how easy they are to make.
This Butterbeer Fudge from Totally The Bomb would be perfect for Harry Potter treat bags.
I’m a huge fan of giving treat bags with food instead of trinkets and these Harry Potter Pretzel Wands from Clementine County are perfect.
Butterbeer Popcorn from An Edible Mosaic makes a great party treat but also a yummy snack for movie night.
Dumbledore loved lemon drops so why not serve these Lemon Drop Candies from Southern Fatty.
For something a little more unusual, Dumbledore’s Pensieve Recipe from Raegun Ramblings is pretty cool looking.
You may not hear them but these Sorting Hat Cookies from Housewife Eclectic are calling my name.
We made these Chocolate Frogs from Ezra Pound Cake for our own Harry Potter party and the kids loved them.
Okay, so they probably don’t REALLY explode but kids will love these Exploding Bon Bons from Three Baking Sheets To The Wind anyway.
How cute are these Monster Book Snacks from Hello Wild Things?
This colorful Harry Potter Candy Bark from Mom Does Reviews is almost too pretty to eat (but that won’t stop us)!
Which of these Harry Potter recipes will you try first? I think the Harry Potter Howlers would be fun to make and of course I’d have to try the Butterbeer! What Harry Potter food should I add to the list?
More Harry Potter Ideas
Want more awesome Harry Potter ideas? Check out some of my other posts…
- Harry Potter Recipes
- Butterbeer Recipe
- Harry Potter Party Ideas
- Best Gifts For Harry Potter Fans
- Harry Potter Goodie Bags
- Harry Potter Bingo
- DIY Harry Potter Wands
- Harry Potter Valentines
- Harry Potter Valentine Box
- Monster Book Of Monsters Valentine Box
- Harry Potter Pumpkin (no carve)
- Golden Snitch Pumpkin (no carve)
- Harry Potter Party Invitations
- Harry Potter Thank You Cards
- Golden Snitch Peanut Butter Balls
- Harry Potter Water Bottle Label
- What Not To Miss At The Wizarding World Of Harry Potter
- Harry Potter Studio Tour London