I did a wrap up of the Sorceror's Stone party, but I've slacked a bit on sharing pictures of the amazing food my friends have come up with since then, so you're going to get a full round-up here! (Oh, and all signage in these pictures is done by my friend Mikelle. She has the most amazing handwriting!)
Who doesn't want a strawberry shortcake basilisk, right?!
Also from the Chamber of Secrets party: puff pastry Tom Riddle diaries, golden snitches (aka cake balls), and an avocado cheeseball Dobby the House Elf!
For Prisoner of Azkaban we ate Siriusly Black Pasta (with squid ink!) and Monster Book of Monster Sandwiches.
We also had Chocolate Frogs, Hippogriff Wings, Padfoot Chow, Peter Pettigrew Fingers (which were sugar cookies with almond 'nails', and Flobberworm Food (a salad bar).
The Goblet of Fire was represented by Goblets of Ice Cream and Mad Eye Moody Meatballs.
And my contribution - Beaux Batons (candy covered pretzels).
Order of the Phoenix seemed to have less specific food mentions in the book, but we still came up with Arabella Figg Newtons, Prophecy Orbs (blue frosted cake balls), Harry Potter glasses in sugar cookie style, and a king cake ("Weasley is our King!").
For the Half-Blood Prince party there was Felix Felicis (nacho cheese) and a bunch of desserts, including Harry loves Ginny heart-shaped cookies, some adorable cauldron cakes (they're brownies with frosting and sprinkles on top and bottoms dipped in chocolate with Rollo "feet"), and some lockets in a basin (aka raspberries in a champagne jello shot).
I won't be able to make it to the Deathly Hallows party, because it coincides with my eighth wedding anniversary, so somebody better text me pictures!
And then next month we're moving on to The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater. I am SO excited for November cakes, and I can't wait to see what other kind of foods people make!
Any of you want to join the YABMC for The Scorpio Races?