February 22, 2016
Karishma (2158 articles)
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Harry Potter Knickerbocker Glory Recipe

Before there were chocolate frogs and every flavour beans in the world of Harry Potter, there was the Knickerbocker Glory.

In ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’, on the fateful visit to the zoo on Dudley’s birthday, Harry gets to eat Dudley’s Knickerbocker remains; perhaps foreshadowing that things are going to get better for him.

As you anticipate what the new Harry Potter book will be about, spoon mouthfuls of this delicious strawberry Knickerbocker into your mouth.

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A Glorious Sundae
The Knickerbocker glory from Harry Potter.
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To make the strawberry compote
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To make the strawberry compote
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To make the compote
  1. slice the strawberries and combine them with the sugar, lemon juice and water and place them in a pan.
  2. Set the pan over low heat and cook for twenty minutes, stirring occasionally.
  3. After 20 minutes, take the compote off the stove and allow it to cool.
To make the sundae
  1. Lay the base of the glass with the strawberries.
  2. Add two scoops of the ice cream and vanilla ice cream over the strawberries.
  3. Pour the strawberry compote over the ice cream and stir in the chopped nuts.
  4. Top with the whipped cream and a few slices.

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