Nerdie Foodie: A Harry Potter Winter Dessert

Welcome back Nerdie Foodies to the second installment of our Harry Potter Winter series! This week it’s all about the dessert to add on to your festive meals! It’s time to indulge in a few decadent desserts. Let’s go check them out!

Ilvermorny Cranberry Pie

The wizarding world is vast. We’re taking a trip a little closer to home to Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Bryt Taylor (from In Literature) shares with us this magical cranberry pie from this North American school of magic! Check out the written out recipe here and the tutorial below!


Butterbeer Mousse

Hopping back across the pond to the UK, what a better way to have dessert than individual sized jars of butterbeer mousse? Even better, this recipe by Martha Collison (from Tastemade UK) can be made a couple days in advance if you want to do some meal-prepping! Check out the recipe here!

(Photo Credit: Tastemade UK)

Butterbeer Fudge

Speaking of butterbeer, who doesn’t love a good square of fudge during the winter holidays? This would definitely find its way in Honeydukes’ inventory of confectionary treats! Miranda (from Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt) shares with us her butterbeer fudge recipe here!

(Photo Credit: Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt)

Mrs. Weasley’s Fudge

What’s even better is a batch of homemade fudge! And how could you go wrong with a batch Mrs. Weasley’s chocolate fudge? Plus, it’s been vetted by Harry himself for it to be delicious! Feast of Starlight has somehow visited The Burrow to get this recipe from Mrs. Weasley herself so that us Muggles could enjoy them ourselves! Check out the recipe here!

(Photo Credit: Feast of Starlight)

Treacle Pudding

Another of Harry’s favourite desserts is treacle pudding! In Literature shows us how to make this traditional and classic dessert with a recipe that’s been adapted from London-based Lyle’s Golden Syrup treacle pudding recipe. Check out the written recipe here and the video tutorial below! This recipe makes two puddings!


Would you be trying any of these desserts this winter season? Let us know in the comments below! If you missed the first installment, you can check it out here. Stay tuned for the third installment!

‘Til next time,

Stay Nerdalicious!

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