8 Magical And Delicious Harry Potter Cocktails. Photos by Lauren Zaser / Graphics by Justine Zwiebel / BuzzFeed Life The subtle science and exact art of potion-making (that’s “bartending,” to Muggles) is difficult, but it can be mastered.
According to Professor Snape, a good potion can “bewitch the mind and ensnare the senses.” You can “bottle fame, brew glory, and even put a stopper in death,” if you know what you’re doing. While some of these goals are a little out of range to us Muggles, a good time is not. So here are some recipes that will get you drunk, honor the wizard within, and hopefully earn you some serious house points. 1. Brandy's Big Bargains: Homemade Butter Beer (Harry Potter Fan's will Know What This is!) My girls had their first Butter Beer back in 2011 when we visited Universal Amusement Park in Florida.
Recently they have been craving a Butter Beer, like they had at the park. Well we did a little digging, and sure enough there's a recipe for it: Here's what you'll need: 2 liters Cream Soda Imitation Rum Flavor Imitation Butter Flavor 1 cup Whipping Cream 1 cup Marshmellow Fluff First you'll need to add 2 tablespoons of Butter Extract and 2 teaspoons of Rum Extract into the bottle of Cream Soda, SLOWLY rotate the bottle to mix the extracts in. Secondly add fluff, whipping cream, and 1 teaspoon of Rum Extract in a blender, blend until thoroughly combined. Fill glasses half full with soda mixture, top off glasses with the blended cream. 13 Vodka Shots You'll Actually Want To Take. 1.
Chocolate Cake Shot Alexandra Grablewski Even though this shot looks nothing like its name, nor is it even made with a chocolate base, it does taste like chocolate cake. Chocolate Cake Serves 1 Ingredients 3/4 ounce vodka 3/4 ounce Frangelico Lemon wedge, seeds removed, coated in sugar. Homemade Energy Drink.
I started out with the intention of coming up with a recipe for a homemade version of the store bought energy drinks, but after doing some research and discovering how unhealthy they are for you, I decided instead to try and design a less sugar/caffeine fueled way to help myself through the workday afternoon sleepy slump.
What I landed on was a system of three drinks and some energy boosting ideas that are going a long way to helping me keep my energy up all day long! Here's the good on the drinks: The Fire Hydrant (left) - 3-4 8oz glasses throughout the day filtered water 1 slice lemon 1 pinch cayenne pepper Other than getting 7-8 hours of sleep a night, staying hydrated is the most important thing you can do to help keep your body functioning at optimum levels.
*For an explanation of lemons' miraculous transition from acidic outside of the body, to alkaline once ingested, visit this link: 20 Alcoholic Beverages Inspired By The Harry Potter Series. Amazing Spiced Chai Concentrate. Salted Hot Chocolate. Please update your google readers! As mid-afternoon hit on our snowed- in Saturday, I started to go a little stir crazy. I love being snowed in, but one can only take so many bad action movies, spazed cleaning moments, and requests to make something to eat every 5 minutes from a turkey-loving husband. I certainly think I will be well prepared for children one day. I decided to mock one of my favorite Starbucks’ drinks on the chilly day while watching the snow fall.
And I really needed something to take the edge off of my . . . newlywed bliss. I knew it could only be made better with some of my best friends. I don’t like to play favorites, but three is a crowd. Don’t worry. I have this obsession with fresh whipped cream. With some sugar of course. I knew it would top off the hot chocolate perfectly. Like most, I love the sweet + salty combo. Salted Hot Chocolate adapted from allrecipes 1/3 cup Trader Joe’s organic cocoa powder 3/4 cup white sugar 1/8 teaspoon sea salt 1/3 cup boiling water. Strawberry Margarita Jell-O Shooters.
Step-by-Step: Amazing Spiced Chai Concentrate – Tasty Kitchen Blog. Warm spices, strong tea and steamed milk swirling around in my tummy make chai lattes a favorite during the winter months.
It warms me from the inside out in a way that puts coffee and tea to shame. Unfortunately, the chai concentrate from certain coffee chains is too sweet. But there is something better. It never occurred to me to make my own chai. (Certainly it must be too hard.) Here are the ingredients you’ll need: cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, star anise, cloves, black pepper, nutmeg, orange zest, tea bags, brown sugar, honey, and vanilla. Start by bringing 4 1/2 cups water to the boil on the stove. Then you need some orange zest. The recipe says to use a piece of ginger. Once the water has come to a boil, remove the pot from the heat and add the tea bags. Tequila-Soaked Watermelon Wedges.