Butterbeer Latte

Being an ardent Harry Potter fan, I expected a lot from the Harry Potter recipes too. Though I won’t say this latte was bad, it was quite different from what I expected. Kiddo loved it, hubby found it sweet and I found it messy to be clicked :)

This is the second recipe under the theme Storybook Recipes for Blogging Marathon. Check out the other participants here in the Blogging Marathon page.

You can check out here for the original recipe.

This recipe is off to Srivalli’s Kid’s DelightCooking From storybook hosted by Archana


Filed under Beverages, Soups and Salads

13 responses to “Butterbeer Latte

  1. Love the mugs for sure and for the taste I’m curious about the texture with butter in a drink. The pictures are tempting though!

    • You make the caramel with the butter and sugar, and then go on to add the milk. So the taste of butter doesn’t stand out, but you can see an yellowish layer on top if it sits for sometime. The latte tasted sweet and nice.

  2. I looove Harry Potter too……the books more than the movies.

  3. Very nice drink, as others said it’s quite strange to imagine butter in a brink like this..:)

  4. PJ

    I am a huge fan of Harry Potter.Love the mugs and the recipe :)

  5. aaha- would love to try this; wonder how it tastes

  6. I have heard about this but never came across a recipe for this. Wondering about the taste!

  7. Wish i get a glass of this fabulous drink, seriously irresistible.

  8. very interesting drink!!! sure a hit with the kids!!!

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  9. I hated butter tea when I tried it at a Nepali/Tibetan restaurant so I am really hesitant about butter in beverages

  10. oohh,.. a must try… when we were in warner studio this summer, thay were selling it. but i thought it had a fizz to it (dont like fizzy drinks). so did not buy it. feel bad now. should have tried.. anyways, now i can make it myslef

  11. Interesting drink.. Looks delicious.

  12. I looove it. Just what I made today for my HP fans. Love it dear.Thanks for linking.

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