Take A Trip Down Memory Lane this Children’s Day with these Recipes from your favourite Childhood Books

Harry Potter’s Knickerbocker Glory

Who can forget the innumerable magical treats that the old witch’s trolley on the Hogwarts Express introduced Harry to? Chocolate frogs, Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans, and exploding bon bons! We could only drool as we came across them in books. But if you would like to try something more suited to your muggle cooking skills, and prefer a snack that won’t leap out of your hands, this Knickerbocker Glory is sure to make the child in you happy!

Willy Wonka’s Whipple Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight

Which of us didn’t want to win a golden ticket to Wonka’s chocolate factory whenever we read the book? Full of unimaginable treats made of all the sweetest treats possible, everything in Wonka’s factory made us drool. If you’d like to relive those sweet moments of your childhood and satiate your watering mouth, this recipe will help you do just that!

Enid Blyton’s British Scones

The most enjoyable part of reading Enid Blyton were the drool-worthy descriptions of sumptuous outdoor picnics featuring the British-est baked goods like scones, gingerbread cookies, potted meat and cake. If “new scones with honey” always made you pine for a hot, freshly baked buttery treat straight from the oven, you’re not alone. We’ve got the perfect recipe for you!

The White Witch’s Turkish Delight

Edmund betrays Aslan and his siblings for this enticing dessert, and maybe we would have too, if we were him. The Chronicles of Narnia always had us wondering what Turkish Delight actually tasted like, and this Children’s Day, you can find out!

Bilbo Baggins’ Seed Cake

The life of the hobbit, peaceful and uninterrupted, before he’s yanked off on an adventure, consists of eating, sleeping and more eating. What better way to celebrate this children’s day than do just that? Tuck yourself in with a lovely nostalgic read and a slice of warm seed cake straight from the oven.




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