Whenever Harry, Hermione and Ron need a break they head to Hogsmeade for a delicious glass of butterbeer at the Three Broomsticks.
It is generally acknowledged to butterbeer is a drink made of butterscotch, bubbly water and milk. It is creamy, thick and sweet and, in the case of the movies and books, non-alcoholic. There are many, many recipes for Butterbeer on the web and we scoured the internet to find the very best for you.
Choose one that you like, mix up a glass and toast our friends at Hogwarts on the eve of their final movie premiere!
This recipe is the real deal and creates a thick, frothy butterbeer. It is nearly like drinking a bubbly milk-shake! The homemade butterscotch sauce is a real treasure here, it is definitely worth making it from scratch.
This Butterbeer is served warm and does not call for ice cream. Instead of using club soda the bubbles come from cream soda. Warm this gently over the stovetop for a warm, soothing drink.
This thick concoction is incredibly rich and heavy. Here Sandra uses whipped butter and cream soda for flavor, drizzling a store-bought or homemade butterscotch topping over the head of the beverage.
Is it possible with make butterbeer without dairy? Yes, it is! This great recipe uses actual dark beer and soy milk to make a delicious beer. And, don’t worry, the beer is warmed to burn off the alcohol!
When Bakingdom visited Universal she actually tasted butterbeer and came home to develop her recipe. It calls for cream soda and clarified butter, plus it has a whole separate recipe for foam.