Celebrate the release of ‘The Crimes of Grindelwald’ with these 8 Magical Recipes from The Wizarding World

You may not have a wand to summon up these dishes like Queenie does, but we’ve got you covered with these muggle-friendly recipes to soothe your restless soul till you can finally watch the newly released ‘The Crimes of Grindelwald’.


Apple Strudel

Queenie magically puts together this sweet delight for Jacob and Newt when they first meet. But don’t worry, you don’t need to be a witch or wizard to pull it off with this easy recipe we’ve got for you.


Quidditch Player’s Pie

We applaud the wizarding world for this great tradition of serving the players with a nice hearty pie before they’re zooming off on their brooms. If you want to try this out even though you don’t even own a broom (a flying one), we’ve got the know-how.


Steak and Kidney Pie

How many times have we drooled over the mouth-watering edibles described during the Great Feast at Hogwarts? This savoury pie recipe will help you at least check one thing on your list.

Hagrid’s Rock Cakes

The Care of Magical Creatures Teacher is anything but a good cook. But do not fret, these rock cakes will not break your teeth, we promise!

Treacle Tart

This often features as one of Harry’s favourite foods, and if you decide to try out this recipe, you just might figure out why.

Fire Whiskey

If you’re too excited about the movie release, why not distract yourself with some fiery fire whiskey? You’ll be too busy trying to calm your taste-buds to think of fan theories till you actually watch the movie. No annoying predictions coming true

Cauldron Cakes

You don’t need to be a wizard to enjoy these amazing cakes from the witch’s trolley on the Hogwarts Express. Just being a moderately good baker will do.


What can provide that extra spark you need better than a good old bottle of butter beer? Warms you right down to your muggle toes.