Nerdie Foodie: A Harry Potter Winter

When I think of cold weather, Christmas, and the holiday season, I think of Harry Potter. All of the food, treats, and drinks are some of the coziest recipes for winter weather! So, for the rest of the year we are ending 2020 with a Weasley Christmas-Yule Ball-Hogsmeade-Winter feeling. Let’s get right to it!

Wizarding World Beef and Guinness Stew

The Three Broomsticks has Beef and Guinness Stew. In a bread bowl. How does that not say cozy? Simply Inspired Meals shares with us their version of the Three Broomsticks dish, so that you can visit Hogsmeade without even needing to leave your home! It is versatile and adaptable to dietary needs. Check out the recipe here!

(Photo Credit: Simply Inspired Meals)

Harry Potter: Shepard’s Pie

You can’t go wrong with shepard’s pie. Just make sure that the filling has things that you enjoy eating. This is another recipe that is easily adaptable to suit your palate and dietary needs! Bryt Taylor (from In Literature) shares with us her recipe below! For those needing it written down, you can find the recipe here!


Godric Gryffindor’s Bacon Cheddar Ale Bread

An original recipe that was created to represent all that is Godric Gryffindor. Geeks Who Eat goes all out with this savoury bread recipe with this bacon and cheesy carb-loving goodness! This is one bread you don’t want to miss out in making and serving this winter. Check out the recipe here!

(Photo Credit: Geeks Who Eat)

Kreacher’s French Onion Soup

Who doesn’t love a hot bowl of soup on a cold winter’s day? Certainly not this Nerdie Foodie! Felicia (from The Starving Chef) shares with us her Kreacher’s homemade recipe for French Onion Soup. Check out this easy recipe here! Even Molly Weasley could magically conjure up this soup for her family in no time!

(Photo Credit: The Starving Chef)

House Elf Beef and Dumpling Stew

The house elf’s take on chicken and dumplings. This dish is sure to stick to your guts and keep you filled until your next meal! Another fantastic recipe by The Starving Chef. If you have troubles finding marjoram in your local grocery store’s spice aisle, try substituting it with oregano. Check out the recipe here!

(Photo Credit: The Starving Chef)

And there we have it! Five hot, filling dishes that both muggles and magical folks can create in their own homes! Stay tuned for the next Nerdie Foodie post for our Harry Potter Winter Holiday series.

‘Til next time,

Stay Nerdalicious!

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