Harry Potter: 10 Themed Cookware Items Fans Didn’t Know They Needed


The Harry Potter books and movies were extremely successful with their intended audiences: children and teenagers. Now, the young people that first fell in love with the series are all grown up, and their want for all things Harry Potter hasn’t diminished.  What started as Harry Potter school backpacks have evolved into Harry Potter fashionable purses. Adult fans are sporting golden snitch watches, magic wand make-up brushes, and even classy Harry Potter bedroom sets.

Le Creuset, a French company that makes top-of-the-line cast iron cookware, has jumped on board with this “Harry Potter for adults” trend and has released an exclusive set of cooking items that every fan will love. With these 10 Harry Potter-themed cookware items from Le Creuset, fans will be whipping up a feast fit for the Great Hall.

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Harry Potter Signature Round Dutch Oven

$400

This dutch oven is embossed with Harry’s iconic messy hair and glasses, with a solid brass lightning bolt handle meant to represent Harry Potter’s scar. The color is a fitting scarlet red, perfect for representing Harry’s house, Gryffindor.

Le Creuset explains that this dutch oven is extremely durable. The brand glazes all their cast iron cookware with their signature enamel, which makes them easier to clean (handwash only) and less likely to chip or scratch. The tight-fitting lid ensures that heat stays inside and evenly cooks a delicious meal.

Quidditch Signature Round Dutch Oven

$300

This slightly smaller alternative to the Harry-themed dutch oven comes in an attractive blue as opposed to the red. This time, the lid is embossed with 3 Quidditch goal hoops and the handle is a solid brass golden snitch.

Just like the previous dutch oven, the Le Creuset signature enamel glaze on this item allows users to use it over and over without worrying about seasoning the cast iron. It can be hand washed with soap and is resistant to chipping and scratching.

Hogwarts Express Kettle

$120

The scarlet-colored steam engine known as the Hogwarts Express is a staple of the Harry Potter series. Fans will be able to spot a 9 3/4 symbol anywhere, and something about the train’s vintage aesthetic has made the steam engine a popular choice in decorating.

For this reason, Le Creuset has gotten it just right with their kettle. The kettle’s red glaze, gold steaming spout, and golden 9 3/4 knob perfectly brings to mind the famous steam engine.  The idea that every time a user brings their water to a boil the Hogwarts Express kettle will give a whistling shout is simply adorable and puts this item on every fan’s wish list.

Hogwarts Houses Potholder

$50

This two-handed pot holder is Le Creuset’s solution to low-quality holders that wear away too quickly. It is lined with cotton but has a nylon barrier inside that prevents the hottest pans from burning through. As an added bonus, it is resistant to staining and is machine washable.

All this, in addition to the colors and mascots of each of the Hogwart’s houses, makes this item is a must-have. It will last for many years, so fans can always make sure their Hogwarts pride is on display.

Lord Voldemort Rectangle Covered Casserole

$140

This casserole dish is for the fan who leans a little more toward the side of Voldemort, one of the most evil characters in fantasy. The bottom is embossed with the Dark Mark and the handle is in the shape of You-Know-Who’s wand. The glaze is a swirled black and grey, giving dinner an eery vibe.

Le Creuset advertises that this casserole is made from premium stoneware, and like all its cookware, the glaze allows for easy clean-up. It’s dishwasher safe and chip and stain-resistant.

Deathly Hallows Spoon Rest

$35

The Deathly Hallows symbol has become a favorite for bumper stickers and tattoos, but now a fan can have one sitting on their stove as well. This spoon rest keeps dirty spoons and spatulas from getting the stove or countertop dirty by containing drips.

Le Creuset’s spoon rests are stoneware, and of course, glazed with their signature enamel. It is chip, stain, and scratch-resistant, as well as dishwasher safe.

Hedwig Pie Bird

$25

Hedwig, Harry’s snowy owl, is another iconic image of the series. Her graceful beauty and knowing eyes just give off the feel of magic. Le Creuset was clever once again with their use of Hedwig’s image for an adorable pie bird.

Pie birds are hollow and can be placed in a pie to release the moisture bubbling out of the pie filling. This ensures that the filling doesn’t bubble out and that the bottom crust doesn’t end up soggy. This specific one is dishwasher safe, and despite being white, won’t be stained by pie fillings.

Magical Mug Set

$100

Harry Potter mugs are very common, but Le Creuset took a unique angle on these ones. Each of the 4 mugs in this set has the symbol from a popular wizarding business, Ollivander’s, Gringotts, The Three Broomsticks, and the hilarious joke shop Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes.

Le Creuset brags that not only will these stoneware mugs keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold, but that each mug has a magical secret that will be revealed when they are used.

Hogwarts Houses Dessert Plate Set

 $80

Every Harry Potter fan is proud of their Hogwarts house, and every fan friend group has a member of each house amongst them. This makes these dessert plates perfect; allowing each person to have their own house color and hand-drawn mascot on their plate.

Le Creuset advertises that each plate is 6.7 inches in diameter, and the glazed stoneware is dishwasher safe, so the cleanup after a Potter themed dinner party will be no problem.

Spellcasting Spatula Set

$75

This Le Creuset spatula set is modeled after Harry’s, Hermione’s, Ron’s, and Dumbledore’s wands. Not only do they look cool, but they simply seem fun. Fans would be hard-pressed not to wave them around the kitchen as they whip up something tasty.

The set is made of BPA-free silicone that is stain resistant and won’t absorb odor and taste from food. It can resist heat up to 482 degrees, so this spatula set should definitely be able to withstand a fan’s kitchen duel to the death.

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