7 Harry Potter cupcakes to celebrate Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II

Happy Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II release day! Here are some cupcakes to help you celebrate:

Snitch cupcakes via Hoosier Homemade, where you can find more Harry Potter cupcake and cake pop fun

via The Pastry Affair, where you can get the recipe. From the post:

The butterbeer cupcake is essentially a brown sugar cupcake infused with cream soda and butter flavors. If that isn't good enough, the cupcakes are then filled with a butterscotch ganache, topped with a rich butterscotch buttercream, and drizzled with more butterscotch ganache. I'm not typically a fan of butterscotch, but these cupcakes absolutely changed my mind. The cupcake itself leans more on the denser side, but it still manages to feel light. The butterscotch buttercream is sweet, but not teeth-fall-out sweet (I don't typically like sweet frostings, but I ate this one by the spoonful. So good). Don't even get me started on the butterscotch ganache...

Harry Potter Three Broomsticks Butterbeer Cupcakes by Sugarbaby's Cake Boutique, via Flickr, see ilovesugarbabys.com for more information. Via Flickr:
Our special edition Three Broomsticks Butterbeer cupcakes offered for the movie release. Flavor to be continued through July only (edible Deathly Hallows decoration for premiere only.) Butterscotch vanilla cream soda cake with butterscotch cream frosting.

Harry Potter cupcake by Little Cakes Cupcake Kitchen in Vista, California, via Facebook. "Our chocolate cake is filled with vanilla buttercream then topped with chocolate ganache and royal icing. We'll be making these all weekend and pre-orders are available." Visit littlecakeskitchen.com for more information.

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And cupcake bakery The Crazy Cupcake in Jonesborough, Tennessee has 9 (!!) kinds of Harry Potter cupcakes for sale! Via Facebook. Visit www.the-crazy-cupcake.com for more information.


Sugarbaby's Cupcakes said…
Received my letter today from Warner Bros. legal counsel ordering us to stop referencing the movie and anything associated with it in relation to any products we make. I'm sure quite a few of the folks featured above will be receiving the same letter. Don't be surprised.