Harry Potter Halloween Gluten Free Recipes

If you search the internet, check out Pinterest and look on your local Meet Up you will find there are many many Harry Potter fans out there besides me. Most of them are extremely creative. As Halloween approaches and you are getting ready to mix, bake, and cook your treats for the holiday, I did a little research for you. Here are some Harry Potter inspired recipes.

PLEASE check the ingredients listed, even if they say they are gluten or dairy free.  Most of these recipes come from non gluten or dairy free blogs.

First I have to share my Cauldron Cakes.  This is a gluten free recipe and dairy free too!  I will be making some version of these this year too.  I’ll also make more chocolate frogs where I melt the Enjoy Life chocolate chips and use my frog candy mold.  

Bakingdom shares a recipe for  Butterbeer.  This gal has tons of Harry Potter inspired recipes.  Now it’s not a gluten free blog so double check ingredients.  Still thirsty how about some Pumpkin Juice?

If you are into Potion Making you will love Affairs of Living gluten free Harry Potter party.

If you’ve read any of the Harry Potter books or seen the movies you’ll know there are tons of sweet opportunities to be inspired to recreate something from the Sweet Trolly on the Hogwarts Express or Honeydukes Sweet Shop in Hogsmead.

Bryton Taylor has created a gluten free verison of Pumpkin Pasties.  They look delicious!

Traditional Chocolate Truffles from Gluten Free Mommy look decadent.   You can also find Licorice Wands on the train.  They are one of Ron’s favorites

If you are looking for more of a breakfast treat, Delight Gluten Free Magazine shared these gluten free crumpets.

For more Harry Potter inspired recipes and fun foods to make for Halloween or any day, check out the fan site, Muggle Net with recipes from Madame Rosmerta (character from books).   Use all of your gluten free knowledge and adapt those recipes.  If you have questions feel free to ask me and I’ll see if I can help with the conversions.  Let me know what you create!

Send in pictures of your gluten free Harry Potter and gluten free Halloween foods, and I’ll post them here.

10 Responses to Harry Potter Halloween Gluten Free Recipes

  1. hunterslyonesse October 19, 2012 at 1:32 pm #

    Love this, Diane! I've used the Butterbeer recipe on Muggle.net. I was happy to find the recipe after imagining what Butterbeer would be like while reading the books. So good! Just need to find a dairy-free butterscotch recipe to make it dairy-free now. 😀

    • Diane Eblin October 19, 2012 at 1:42 pm #

      Deb I've made gluten free and dairy free Butterbeer. I wrote down the recipe and then our house elf must have taken it because I can't find it. I'm going to play with it again because it came out brilliant. Let me know if you come up with one. Next time we have a get together I'm thinking we need to make a whole Hogwarts feast!

  2. hunterslyonesse October 19, 2012 at 1:49 pm #

    I agree! I think a Hogwarts feast would be fabulous! 😀 Washing it all down with Butterbeer and Pumpkin Juice. hehe

    If I come up with something, I'll will definitely share it. I haven't had much time or energy to play in the kitchen lately and my list of ideas keeps getting longer! 😀

    • Diane Eblin October 19, 2012 at 1:58 pm #

      Keep that list. You never know when it will be time but when it is you'll be ready!

  3. hunterslyonesse October 21, 2012 at 8:50 pm #

    I have a little notebook just for my ideas. 😀

  4. amber October 21, 2012 at 11:47 pm #

    So cute and delicious!! 🙂 Hope you're doing well Diane.

    • Diane Eblin October 22, 2012 at 4:23 pm #

      Thank you Amber. I wish I had one of those cauldron cakes right now but once a year is great too.

  5. Jordan October 22, 2012 at 3:45 pm #

    You can still get the Holiday'11 issue of Delight and have your own copy of Harry's Holiday Meals: http://delightglutenfree.3dcartstores.com/Back-Is

    • Diane Eblin October 22, 2012 at 4:22 pm #

      Jordan than you for that info. That's a great issue.

  6. Jessica September 30, 2013 at 2:35 am #

    That's such a great idea, looks easy enough to do yourself too!