Happy New Year Nerdie Foodies! Hope everyone is faring alright on the first day of a brand new year, which causes for celebration and cheer! Welcome to our final installment of A Harry Potter Winter. Before we proceed, all the recipes in the post contains alcohol, so please drink responsibly. Let’s go!
Warm up from the cold winter weather with this mulled mead drink that could rival The Three Broomsticks’ recipe! Bryt Taylor (from In Literature) shares with us her homemade mulled mead recipe here! And if you need a visual guide, check out her video tutorial below!
Dumbledore’s Beard: Mocha White Russian Cocktail
A delightful cocktail for those whom have an epiphany for vodka. If you’re not a fan of vodka, you could substitute it with a gin-based coffee liqueur. Kara (from The Whimsy Soul) shares with us her inspired recipe here!
Hot Alcoholic Butterbeer
You cannot visit The Three Broomsticks and not try the hot alcoholic butterbeer that warms the soul from the inside out. Deanna (from Feast of Starlight) takes us there with their inspired recipe. Check it out here for the written recipe and the video tutorial below if you need a quick reference!
Molly Weasley’s Cinnamon Sunset Cocktail
Some days it does feel like you’ve wrangled your family of 9 at The Burrow and are in need of a fruity drink to melt away those chilly winter moods and welcome in the sunshine. April (from Mama Loves Food) shares with us Molly’s delicious but spicy cocktail mix. Check out the recipe here!
Golden Snitch Champagne
There are times where we just need to go that extra mile and be a little bit fancy on a Friday night that also happens to be New Years Day. Felicia (from The Starving Chef) knows exactly how that feels and has shared her recipe for this gorgeous Golden Snitch champagne! Check out her recipe here!
And that Nerdie Foodies wraps up “A Harry Potter Winter” series. If you haven’t read the other installments in this series, you can find parts 1 through 3 here, here, and here respectively. We hope you have a weekend filled with fun and cheer!
‘Til next time,