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“The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook” Conjour Up Something Tasty!

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The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook” – Are you looking for a gift for a Hocus Pocus fan? Or a non-candy Halloween gift? Or maybe you want to make easy recipes and treats with the kids (or family). You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy this cookbook. If you love cooking up things, like those Sanderson sisters I think this is a cookbook you would enjoy. Conjure up 50 recipes inspired by everyone’s favorite witches and their spells, potions, and schemes.

Use these tasty Halloween recipes (breakfasts, mains, sides, desserts, and drinks) to make all kinds of fun dishes and treats to serve up your family or friends.

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These spooky eats and bewitchingly delicious recipes are inspired by the Halloween classic; Hocus Pocus. I am sharing my thoughts on the cookbook I received for free. The cookbook has 50 fun and easy recipes for tricks and treats!

What’s in This Cookbook

“The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook”

The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook - See why this cookbook that is filled with frightfully good recipes isn't just for kids! Perfect for conjuring up fun in the kitchen! DearCreatives.com


There is an Introduction: In The “Torture Chamber” How To Cook Without an Ancient Spellbook. Advice for Beginners – Safety First. Spells for every level. Includes common Recipe Terms. Then the book moves onto the index. Under each are all the recipes to cook something up!


  1. Breakfasts
  2. Mains
  3. Sides
  4. Desserts and Treats
  5. Drinks
  6. Conversions
  7. Recipe Index
  8. Acknowledgments
  9. About The Author

Recipes From The Cookbook

Make recipes in the book like Harvest Vegetable Pizza, “A Good Zombie” Toast, Life Potion Punch, Newt Saliva, and Fries, Corn, I Smell Cornbread, Fully Charged Crystal Candy, Poisoned Apple Pie, Witches Buttercream Cakepops, Cider Spell…

  • Burning Rain of Death Punch
  • William’s Wormy Grave Tombstone Cake
  • Dead Man’s Toes Sausage Appetizers
  • Baked Witch Casserole
  • “Way to Go, Virgin” mocktails
  • And much more!

My Thoughts

  • Well written and easy to read.
  • There are plenty of recipes kids can make with the assistance of parents or a teen.
  • Recipes easy for kids the Zombie Toast, Witch Fuel Popcorn, and Peanut Butter Smoothie…
  • Any Hocus Pocus, Halloween-loving person will enjoy making recipes, drinks, treats, and even a Halloween charcuterie board from the cookbook!
  • It’s a fun cookbook and great for helping you cook up great recipes for when you are hostessing your Halloween parties or cooking up something fun for the family. Or making something tasty for a movie viewing night!

I can’t wait to try a recipe from the book and share it with you. Be sure to subscribe and come back I’ll have a free Hocus Pocus Printable Bookmark for you! Stay Tuned!

Buy The Book

The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook: Bewitchingly Delicious Recipes for Fans

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Since its debut in 1993, the movie Hocus Pocus has achieved cult-classic fame, with both children and adults as a loyal fanbase. Fans fall in love with the delightful, demonic, and diva-esque Sanderson Sisters and the sleepy New England town they torment. Now you can conjure up your spooky treats and bewitching drinks to celebrate Halloween, whether attending a surprise rave in town or just spending “a quiet evening at home.”…

Note: This book is not associated with or authorized or approved by The Walt Disney Company or any other owner of the rights in Hocus Pocus.

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