2 1/2 cups of milk
2 tablespoons of brown sugar
1 teaspoon of vanilla
1 level teaspoon of butter
1. Heat milk in a small saucepan over medium-high heat.
2. Add the rest of the ingredients. Blend with a small handmixer if you have
one, to make it frothy.
3. Bring the mixture almost to boiling, but not quite.
4. Pour into mugs and serve!
Serve in a traditional English Metal Tankard
8oz ginger ale or cream soda (seems to work
2-3 tablespoons of butterscotch syrup
Mix in a tall glass and serve over ice.
1 (12-ounce) bag chocolate
chips, or 12-ounce bar chocolate, broken into pieces
1 teaspoon grated chocolate
1 plastic mold for bite-size
Small candy eyes
Place chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl.
Microwave chocolate on high power for 2 minutes. Stir. Continue microwaving
in 15-second increments until chocolate is almost completely melted. Remove
from microwave and grate 1 teaspoon additional chocolate over the melted
chocolate; stir until smooth. Fill mold with melted chocolate, reserving
about 1 tablespoon melted chocolate. Refrigerate molds until chocolate is
firm, about 2 hours. Remove frogs from molds. Place candy eyes onto the
frogs with remaining melted chocolate. Store at room temperature or in the
2 cups of pumpkin, chopped
up into chunks
1 teaspoon of honey (more
or less to your liking)
1.Juice the pumpkin pieces
by squeezing through a cheesecloth or using a juicer if you have one.
2.Pour the pumpkin juice,
apple juice and pineapple juice into a blender.
3.Add the honey (we recommend
you start with 1 teaspoon, as you can add some later!) to the juices and blend
4.Chill your pumpkin juice
or serve iced and enjoy!
tastycakes or home made cupcakes.
1. Scoop out center of cupcake.
2. Put cotton candy into center.
3. Add licorice Handle
8 - tablespoons sugar
2/3 - cup cranberry juice -EDIT-
4 - tablespoons light corn
4 - envelopes (4 tablespoons)
Red Food Coloring
Confectioners' Sugar ( also
known as icing sugar )
Place sugar, juice, and corn
syrup into a saucepan. Stir over medium-low heat until the sugar dissolves.
Sprinkle in gelatin and cook and stir until the gelatin is completely dissolved.
Stir in 2 or 3 drops of food coloring. Pour mixture into a bread pan coated
with cooking oil spray. Let stand at room temperature until very firm, about
2 hours. Turn the pan over and remove the jelly (If jelly sticks, set the bottom
of the pan in hot water for a few minutes.) Place on a work surface sprinkled
with confectioners' sugar. With a sharp knife or a small cookie cutter, cut
the jelly into worm shapes. Place on a platter lined with wax paper. Store in
a cool, dry place. Do not refrigerate.
6 oz. melted chocolate
6 oz. peanuts (unsalted)
chocolate jimmies/ chocolate
1. Melt chocolate in double boiler
2. Stir in peanuts.
3. Drop onto wax Paper.
4. Before chocolate sets sprinkle jimmies onto cluster...enjoy!
1/2 cup light cream or evaporated
3/4 cup firmly packed brown
1/4 teaspoon salt
4 ounces or unsweetened chocolate
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
1/3 cup molasses
In a large bowl, mix cream, brown
sugar, and salt together. In a saucepan, melt the chocolate and butter together.
Remove from heat and add molasses. Add the chocolate mixtures and cream mixtures
together. Pour mixture into a pan and let cool. Cut into squares after cooled
Pre-made sugar cookie dough (break apart; otherwise
slice and mold sugar)
Cookie to fit into muffin pan.
Pumpkin pie filling
1. Mold sugar cookie into muffin pan.
2. Pour pie filling into muffin pan.
3. Let Bake at 350 degrees.
4. Allow it to cool
5. Sprinkle powdered sugar on top
Dip lollipop into honey.
2. Then roll lollipop into pop rocks. Enjoy.
Here a few links to really good
Harry Potter games! take a look at them!
From the Dursleys
These are some of the mistakes
found in the Harry Potter books:
- In chapter 7, after Harry's turn at the sorting
hat it says there are 3 more people to go, but there are actually 4: dean,
lisa, ron, and blaise.
- Harry buys one thousand magic herbs and fungi
but at the end of the story it refers to his one hundred magic herbs and fungi...
- Dumbledore says he has just a little Elixir
to take before he and his wife die -- but the Elixir makes you immortal.
- When Hagrid comes and gets Harry out of the
little hut on the rock, they use the boat that the Dursleys used to get to
the rock. So how do the Dursleys get off the rock?
- Ron was the knight in the giant chess set.
However, it later said that he had to 'move ahead one' so the Queen could
take him, opening the path for Harry and
- Hermione to checkmate the king. If he was
a knight, he could only move 1) ahead one, sideways two, or 2) ahead two,
sideways one, like an "L".
- When Hagrid brought Harry to Diagon Alley
for the first time, Harry heard a woman say "Seventeen sickles an ounce for
Dragon Liver. They're mad." But Hagrid told Harry that there were seventeen
sickles in a galleon. So that would be like saying "100 cents" instead of
a dollar. (Possible Explanation: Maybe that's just the way this witch talks.)
- If "only the person who wanted to find the
stone, find it, but not use it, would be able to get it", then surely Nicholas
Flammel wouldn't have been able to get to the stone either - wasn't he using
it to make Elixer of Life? And if this is the case, then Flammel would have
died even if the stone hadn't been destroyed cause he wouldn't have been able
to get to it to get some more Elixer.
- On page 132 Hermione says Moaning Myrtle
haunts a toilet on the first floor, but on page 395 Harry refers to her haunting
a toilet on the second floor. This isn't really a mistake because in the UK,
the first floor is the Ground Floor, so the second floor is labeled "1".
- Dumbledore tells Harry that Lord Voldemort
is the last remaining ancestor of Salazar Slytherin. But it should say that
Lord Voldemort is the last remaining descendant of Salazar Slytherin.
- In the first book, Nearly Headless Nick says
that he hasn't eaten in "nearly four hundred years." But in the second book,
he's celebrating his five-hundredth deathday.
- The basilisk kills people by looking at
it straight in the eye. But Myrtle and Harry both wear glasses. Colin was
petrified by looking at it through the glass lense in his camera, so wouldn't
Myrtle just be petrified too?
- When Tom Riddle was talking to Harry in
the Chamber of Secrets he said that they were similar because they were both
half bloods. But Harry isn't a half blood. Lily and James were both wizards
- Harry Potter sees someone strangely familiar
across the lake who saves many lives. Later it is revealed that the familiar
someone was not at that spot before travelling back in time. So Harry could
not have seen him before the time travel.
- In book one, Marcus Flint is described as
a burly sixth year, but in book three, two years later, he is still the captain
and a chaser on the Slytherin quidditch team. He should have graduated in
the last year. (JKR was asked about this in an online chat. Her response:
"He had to do a year over again!")
- In Chapter 19, The Servant of Lord Voldemort,
page 370, it states that Voldemort had been hiding for 15 years. If his power
was lost only twelve years ago, why was he hiding that extra three years?
- Professor McGonogall says the password is
"lemon drop" in the second book, but in this book, Harry Potter says it is
"sherbet lemon". (This might not be a mistake, may be the password changes
from time to time.)
- In book 3, Dumbledore says that he gave
evidence at Sirius's trial, but in book four, Sirius tells Harry he didn't
get a trial.
- In book four, during Priori Incantatem, Voldemort's
victims came out in reverse order. BUT, James came out BEFORE Lily. That would
mean that James died AFTER he killed Lily and it said all over in the books
that he killed James first. (Fixed in later versions of the book)
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