Okay — not trying to overreact here or anything, but WE GET A NEW FANTASTIC BEASTS MOVIE THIS MONTH! I am counting down the days until we learn what questions are answered in the Crimes of Grindelwald… and what new mysteries may be presented.
If you’re asking yourself how to prepare for The Crimes of Grindelwald, I’ve got you covered.
First things first — plan a movie night and watch Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them (feel free to watch it more than once!) to refresh your memory on the new witches and wizards we met in 2016.
Second — read the Tale of the Three Brothers to study the lore of the Deathly Hallows.
Third — re-read some key chapters from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows that dive into Dumbledore and Grindelwald’s relationship, particularly Chapter 18: The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore, Chapter 24: The Wandmaker, Chapter 28: The Missing Mirror, and Chapter 35: King’s Cross.
Now that you’ve got your assignment, it’s time to get cozy for study time. And what better way to read and watch parts of our favorite fandom than with a cup of hot chocolate — with deathly hallows marshmallows, of course!
Deathly Hallows Hot Chocolate // A Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Recipe
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What You Need:
- Hot chocolate
- Large marshmallows
- Black edible marker
Let me be perfectly honest, this is probably the easiest Harry Potter recipe ever!
First, prep your Dealthy Hallows marshmallows. I chose to use large marshmallows, but if you’d like extra drawing space, pick up a bag of square marshmallows.
Using a black edible marker, you can find this with the cake decorating supplies in your grocery or craft store, carefully draw a circle, aka the resurrection stone, in the middle of your marshmallow. Next, draw a triangle, aka the invisibility cloak, around the outside of the circle. Finally, draw a straight line, the Elder Wand, to separate the triangle in two equal halves.
Warm up a mug of your favorite hot cocoa, garnish with your favorite toppings, including your Deathly Hallows marshmallows, and enjoy!
If you want that extra chocolate touch, a chocolate Elder Wand can make the perfect drink stirrer… or snack.
“Bed rest and perhaps a large, steaming mug of hot chocolate. I always find that cheers me up.”
Well said, Dumbledore, well said. I think I’ll do just that until I can watch Crimes of Grindelwald!