Every fall we have a desire to watch Harry Potter movies. Anyone else?
There are a lot of fall shocks in those movies, and we’re here for it! Basically looking at September and all that, this cookbook caught our attention exactly (HP fans join!):
Fifty amazing simple, amazing recipes for young witches and witches? Yes, please! From breakfast to dessert, dessert to main meal, Unofficial Hogwarts cookbook for kidsThe It’s so much fun and educational. You and your children will learn intricate recipes from new cooking rules and kitchen skills that will make all child chefs and their tion masters (AKA parents) whip something amazing.
One of the simplest and funniest recipes that caught our attention was Butterscoach “Beer” – not really beer because this is for kids. Instead, it’s a jug full of Butterscotch-yi quality and you can zip it up at the Brewsticks Inn or any other imaginative fantasy magic bar you like.
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Sounds delicious, doesn’t it? So much foaming and fun. And we want you to try it!
Thank you, the publisher has given us permission to share this delicious Butterscoach “beer” recipe with you. So, grab your best witch or witch hat, your robes and your big jog, we rejoice in butterbeers!
Butterscotch “beer” recipe
This “beer” recipe that the witch loves around the world allows you to enjoy a good cup of Butterscotch whenever you want, even if you are not a witch.
- 1/2 Cup Butter (1 stick)
- 1 Cup Brown sugar
- 1 Tbsp Kosher salt
- 2 Tbsp Vanilla extract
- 1 Cup Excessive whipping cream
- 20 Ounces Lime Lime Soda
Melt the butter over medium heat in a medium saucepan.
When the butter is melted, add the brown sugar, salt and vanilla extract. Get together.
Cook the mixture for 5 minutes until the brown sugar is completely dissolved.
Put the whipped cream together and cook for 1 minute.
Allow the mixture to cool to room temperature for 15 minutes.
When cool, fill with ice and divide into 4 large glasses.
Slowly mix in the baking soda, but be careful not to overfill as the mixture will bubble! Stir in the mixed rice to taste.
Many thanks to Alana Al Hatlani and Ulysses Press for allowing us to share this Butterscoach “beer” recipe. What are the other favorite recipes of your family? This will definitely be one of our new favorites! –Jen
Excerpted from Unofficial Hogwarts cookbook for kids by Alana Al-Hatlani. Copyright © 2021 Ulysses Press. Reprinted with permission from Ulysses Press. New York, New York. All rights reserved.