Harry Potter Party Food & Drink Ideas!
I’ve been in love with Harry Potter since I was a teenager when it came out. Now that my kids are getting older, they’re getting super into it too.
Harry Potter Parties are about creating magical fun with food. There were many great elements of food in the Harry Potter series from pumpkin juice, Butterbeer to memories of big dinners in the great hall.
Chocolate frogs & pumpkin pasties from 100-vegetal
Your party food and drinks will depend on if it’s a kids Harry Potter party or an adult Halloween one
You can’t have a Harry Potter party without Butterbeer! Pumpkin juice would be the other obvious choice for a party drink. There are many great adult drinks too for enjoying.
Here are two recipes for Butterbeer. One is an ADULT drink, the other is for kids.
Adult Butterbeer recipe from Art of Wizardy
Samantha Shadrake has this awesome Butterbeer illustration with a kids recipe
Pumpkin Juice Recipe from the Art of Wizardry
Harry Potter Food Menu Ideas
Some great Harry Potter menu ideas are:
- Pumpkin Pasties
- Chocolate Frogs
- Golden Snitches
- Cauldron Cakes
- Treacle Tarts
- Harry Potter birthday cake from the 1st book (green icing!)
- Cupcakes with a Harry Potter theme
- Pumpkin soup
- Brooms made with Pretzels
Pumpkin Pasties Recipe from Bijoux and Bits (she offers sweet & savory version, which is awesome!)
It’s super easy to make Chocolate frogs with these Molds. They even come with the boxes! It would make the perfect Harry Potter take party take away for a kids Harry Potter party.
More Great Magical Cookbooks!
A fun part of creating a Harry Potter party is the recipes, but having some magical cookbooks on hand is great for year-round fun. I find for Halloween, it’s fun to make a little Harry Potter celebration too. Here are some of the best Magical cookbooks:
Have you made a Harry Potter themed party?
My name is Isis Loran, creator of the Family Food Garden. I’ve been gardening for over 10 years now and push the limits of our zone 5 climates. I love growing heirlooms & experimenting with hundreds of varieties, season extending, crunchy homesteading and permaculture.