If you're looking for the most magically-authentic version of Pumpkin Juice from Harry Potter & the Wizarding World available, then look no further! It should be cautioned however, this recipe will be sure to bewitch the mind and ensnare the senses! Proceed at your own risk.
1/2 pumpkin, seeds and stem removed
1 red apple, core and stem removed
1-inch piece ginger, skin removed
1.) In a fruit and vegetable juicer, juice all ingredients.
2.) Discard solids. Strain juice through a fine-mesh sieve before serving in glasses.
3.) Add ice to each glass before serving.
*Serve immediately or save in an airtight container for up to three days!
1.) Try adding cinnamon to your pumpkin juice
2.) Add a splash of vodka - not for underage witches and wizards
The Pumpkin Juice recipe is among one of our favorites here at The Daily Prophet. In fact, during the warm summer months we keep it on tap in the Leaky Cauldron on Charing Cross Rd, so that our staff writers can enjoy it during their off hours. If you have never been before we recommend telling the Innkeeper Tom that we sent you, for a free pint of Pumpkin Juice.
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