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Butterbeer Banana Bread

Serving size: 6-8

Prep Time: 5-20 minutes

Bake Time: 1hr

FREE OF: gluten, dairy, lime, tomato, coconut, seeds, fish, soy, cauliflower, nut, nightshades, berry


  • Banana bread mix

  • Anything the banana bread mix calls for

  • Dark chocolate hot fudge (recipe)

  • Butterbeer caramel (recipe below)

  • Candy corn

  • Butter or some kind of spray to grease the baking pan


  1. Set oven to 350

  2. Make banana bread mix

  3. Grease bread/baking dish

  4. Place a thin layer of banana bread mix on the bottom of a bread/baking dish

  5. Scoop out chunks of the hot fudge and dollop them throughout the swirl them slightly

  6. Pour in more of the mix and repeat the fudge step until you have filled the baking dish

  7. Push candy corn pieces throughout the top of the mixture

  8. Bake for an hour or until middle is done

  9. Place some candy corn pumpkins on top

  10. Drizzle or coat the bread with the butter beer caramel and on each slice you can drizzle a little on top


Butterbeer Caramel


  • 1 cup Sugar

  • 1 cup Brown sugar

  • 12 Tbs Vegan butter

  • 1/3 cup Butterbeer

  • 1/2 cup Creamy dairy free milk of choice (used creamy silk almond milk)

  • Salt


  1. Get a small/medium sauce pan and turn the stove on low/medium

  2. Add the sugars and stir continuously

  3. The sugar should start to clump up and eventually melt

4 When it looks like the color of caramel (see picture) turn stove down to low and add butter

5 Continuously stir with a whisk until we'll combined (get ready for an arm workout)

6 Slightly turn up the heat above low and add the almond milk, butter beer, and salt

7 Stir until well combined and mixture is slightly thick (this may take some time the heat will help)

8 As it cools it will thicken

9 Caramel is tricky and it sucks to waste your time and waste resources so if it's not turning out right there are some hacks you can do to fix it


If you're caramel is too watery....

-keep cooking for a while only on just above low until thickened


-add cornstarch until it reaches the desired consistency


-add corn syrup till it's adiquately thickened

If on the rare chance you're caramel is too thick...

-put on the stove on just above low and add more dairy free milk until well combined

If you have clumps...

-slowly keep cooking till disolved

-strain with a fine strainer


Story Behind the Recipe

It's Halloween and who doesn't LOVE Harry Potter especially around Halloween? Butterbeer Caramel just sounds perfect as a combination. Feast your eyes on this delightful treat!

It may seem like it's gonna be too sweet, but honestly it's perfect so long as you stick to the hot fudge. Very important to balance the flavors. If you get the right banana bread it won't be too sweet either. The only thing that's actually sweet is the caramel and the candy corn. If you're really worried about it though then ditch the first layer of candy corn and only do the candy corn pumpkins on top.

The prep time on this varries because if you decide to make the fudge and the caramel then that's obviously gonna take you longer, but it would only be about 20min in total. It's not that bad. If you wanna make them ahead though that's generally the best way to do it and you'll definitely have left overs still which will be great for ice cream or any dessert.

For a little bit of inspiration be sure to watch the movies while you bake and while you eat! Send us your Harry Potter pictures!

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