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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Food Feast

After much anticipation by muggles everywhere, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 came out in theaters today. I’ve heard good things about the first installment of the two-part final to J.K. Rowling’s best-selling series.

My daughter is excited to see it, and with tickets in hand, a viewing is definitely a must on our weekend plans. For those of you in the celebrating mood, here are all the Babble Family Kitchen Harry Potter recipes to date. We’ll be baking up some magical delight before heading to the movie theater to watch Harry Potter, Voldemort and the Death Eaters battle it out in the Deathly Hallows on the big screen.

Let’s start out nice and easy. No baking necessary, these licorice wands will have small wizards in training casting spells in no time, and cockroach clusters make for a quick and easy Harry Potter treat. No Harry Potter party would be complete without a bit of butterbeer to wash down all your treats. Try our quick and easy nonalcoholic version. Impress Mr. Weasly with these homemade marshmallows. Quick and easy, these marshmallows are a magical delight for your Harry Potter fan both young and old.

No need to worry about burning a hole in your tongue with these acid drops, but they will give it a bit of a tingle. Who knew making candy could be so easy? With Thanksgiving just around the corner, a bit of pumpkin might hit the Harry Potter and holiday recipes all in one fell swoop.

Try a chocolate-bottom pumpkin tart from The Prisoner of Azkaban or a few pumpkin pasties for a twist on classic pumpkin pie.

Try Hoosier Homemade’s Snitch Cupcakes, and then grab the cauldron cakes or Bertie Bott’s Magic Beans, and you’re set to have a Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows premiere party like none other. Hope you enjoy the movie!

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