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Pumpkin juice, which any Harry Potter fan can love, you can make in the slow cooker and serve hot as pumpkin cider or serve ice cold over ice.
It has been way too much fun making these Harry Potter inspired recipes. Pumpkin juice is another very popular drink in the wizarding world. It’s usually served on the Hogwarts Express but is also commonly found at meals at Hogwarts as well.
Rereading the series, I was surprised how often pumpkin juice comes up. It was obviously an integral part of most meals at Hogwarts and after making some I can see why.
I decided to have it hot first which everyone raved about. But saving the leftovers and having it cold over ice was equally fantastic.
For a winter party I would keep this warmed in a slow cooker so anyone can have it hot whenever they want. If you wanted to have a summer party keep this nice and cold and serve with plenty of ice.
How to make pumpkin juice from Harry Potter?
Making Harry Potter style pumpkin juice is incredibly easy. The pumpkin juice can be served hot or cold.
- Add pumpkin puree, apple cider, and white grape juice in a big pitcher.
- Stir well to mix. Chill.
- Before serving, stir very well to mix the pumpkin puree with the juice. Serve over ice.
- If you prefer to have it as hot pumpkin cider, instead of chilling add cinnamon sticks and heat on the stove or in a slow cooker until hot.
- Before serving, stir very well to mix the pumpkin puree with the juice. Serve warm.
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Pumpkin Juice (Hot Pumpkin Cider)
Pumpkin Juice (Hot Pumpkin Cider)
- 15 oz canned pumpkin
- 4 cups apple cider
- 4 cups white grape juice
- 2 cinnamon sticks
For ice cold pumpkin juice
- If desired to serve cold, combine all of the ingredients in a pitcher. Chill until cold. Stir well before serving.
For hot pumpkin cider
- Add all of the ingredients and mix well. Heat until warm. Stir well before serving.
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