Homemade Butterbeer Recipe
This crazy delicious homemade butterbeer recipe is the perfect drink for all of your Harry Potter celebrations and events! Whether you are gathering to watch the movies, make crafts or doing anything else magical, this recipe is sure to be a hiy.
We did it! We whipped up (literally) some homemade butterbeer! The girls wanted to try it before we get to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter next weekend at Universal Orlando!
Homemade butterbeer recipe:
This is how we made it using our favorite cream soda from World Market. (We got the mugs there too!)
It was super crazy delicious but REALLLLLY sweet. Nobody could finish a whole mug on their own!
I made this Harry Potter doll out of Kunin Felt and the girls flipped. Jordan asked for a Luna Lovegood and Zoe asked for Ginny Weasley. I think they all turned out so adorable. I stuffed them all with Poly-Fil from Fairfield World. It is my favorite stuffing because it is soft and super easy to work with.
Here is a fun coloring page for you if you like to color!
Zoe is our biggest fan!
Butterbeer fun fact:
“Butterbeer at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter could be served either cold with a taste similar to cream soda or frozen as a slush with a butterscotch-like foam on top. One may also purchase it either in a regular plastic cup or in a collectible mug. As of December 2012, over five million glasses of Butterbeer were served at the park, an event that was commemorated by the park giving away free Butterbeers to one thousand guests that day. Butterbeer was also served at The Making of Harry Potter event.
Because today is Thursday, here is a little throwback picture of you. It is from my honeymoon. Ryp and I had a BLAST at Universal and vowed to bring the girls when they were a little older. I am so happy that this time has come.
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More magical posts to come soon…
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