Cast Spells in the Kitchen with Harry Potter Cookware

Whip up some treacle tart while showing some Gryffindor pride.

By Ethan L. Johns
November 01, 2017

Image: Williams Sonoma

If the wand is the most important tool in a witch’s or wizard’s arsenal, the spatula is perhaps one of the baker’s best friends. And since us muggles don’t have any spells to clean ourselves off (save for, perhaps, a hot shower), we have to rely on good old aprons to do the job. Even if you haven’t received your Hogwarts letter yet, you can still swag out your kitchen with these kitchen essentials, courtesy of Williams Sonoma.

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Kitchen spatulas—customizable for the bravest of Gryffindor, the fairest of Hufflepuff, the smartest of Ravenclaw, and the most cunning of Slytherin—can be purchased at the Williams Sonoma website for $12.95 a pop. Use one to whip up Harry’s favorite treat, the treacle tart.

Interested in an invisibility cloak for cooking? Sorry, tried to trick you there—that doesn’t exist. But you can buy aprons in both adult sizes for $39.95 and kid sizes for $24.95. They’ll protect you from any spillage and splatters that you might come across when working in close contact with a leaky cauldron. Choose your house, or just your favorite colors. Gryffindor’s red and gold (adults/kids), Slytherin’s green and silver (adults/kids), Hufflepuff’s yellow and black (adults/kids) or Ravenclaw’s blue and bronze (adults/kids).

So collect them all, like the Deathly Hallows, or gift them to the witch or wizard in your life. The important part is to keep making magic in the kitchen.

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About Ethan L. Johns

Ethan is the Food News Writer at Genius Kitchen. An expert on the Parisian bistrot, he likes bitters and salted butters, and is no fan of dessert unless it's made with fruit. His hobbies include reading up on the history of borscht and attempting to roll perfect couscous by hand. Twits & Instagram @EthanLJohns