Summer and salad go hand-in-hand and this offering from Heather Whinney’s Virtually Vegan is a fresh, sweet, figgy take on a summertime staple. Complete with a harissa and mint dressing for an unmatched kick!

Taken from Virtually Vegan by Heather Whinney

Serves 4–6
Prep: 15 mins
Cook: 40 mins

Ingredients
400g/14oz/2 cups dried Puy lentils, rinsed well
a pinch of allspice
2 garlic cloves, grated
about 10 fresh figs
a drizzle of olive oil
200g/7oz coconut pieces
2 celery stalks, trimmed and finely sliced
3 spring onions/scallions, trimmed and finely chopped
1 large handful of land cress or baby spinach leaves
sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
For the dressing
3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 tbsp white wine vinegar
1–2 tsp harissa, plus extra for drizzling
1 handful of mint leaves, finely chopped, plus extra to garnish

Method
1 Put the lentils in a pan of salted water and bring to the boil, then turn the heat down and simmer with the lid partially on for about 40 minutes, or until tender. Drain well and leave to one side.
2 While they are cooking, make the dressing. Put the oil and vinegar in a small bowl or jug, whisk and season with salt and pepper, then stir in the harissa and mint. Pour it over the lentils while they are still warm so they soak up the flavours. Add the allspice and garlic and stir well so all the lentils are coated. Taste and season some more if needed.
3 Preheat the oven to 200°C/400°F/Gas 6.
4 Put the figs in a roasting pan and drizzle over the oil, add the coconut to the pan and roast for about 10–15 minutes until the juices start to just run from the figs and the coconut begins to turn golden. When cool enough to handle, slice the coconut pieces into shards and roughly chop the figs or quarter them. Leave to one side.
5 When the lentils are cool, stir in the celery, spring onions/ scallions and cress or spinach leaves, then add the figs and half the coconut and stir gently. Transfer to a serving bowl, scatter over the remaining coconut shards and mint leaves and drizzle with a little extra harissa oil from the jar to serve.

For non-vegans…
The Moroccan flavours of this salad work well with lamb kebabs, particularly for a barbecue. Alternatively, crumbled feta would make a tasty topping.

Don’t forget to tag us – @nourishbooks – in your recreations! Happy cooking!

Too Good to Waste by Victoria Glass is THE guide to getting the very most out of your food, in the most delicious way possible! So much good food is thrown away when actually, with a bit of creative thinking, you can eat up everything – and enjoy a much more exciting meal for it.  This book is about rethinking what we throw away, and why. By taking this waste-free approach, these recipes are some of the most inventive and innovative that you will ever try, and can show you a whole new way to think about your meals. Start your food waste journey with this delicious recipe!

From Victoria: ‘This is a great way of eating scallops without blowing your budget. The wrappers can be kept chilled for up to 4 days, or frozen for up to 3 months. You can open freeze raw, filled dumplings; just defrost before cooking. Shop-bought wrappers and a gyoza press will turn this labour of love into a speedy supper.’

Taken from Too Good to Waste by Victoria Glass

Serves 6-8

Ingredients

For the pickled brassica stems
a thumb of root ginger, peeled and cut into fine matchsticks
3 spring onions/scallions, cut into fine matchsticks
2 garlic cloves, crushed
1 tbsp sunflower oil
1 tbsp sesame oil
1½ tbsp mirin
2 tbsp tamari
2 tsp dark soft brown sugar
base of 2 cauliflower or broccoli heads, cut into matchsticks
For the gyoza wrappers
200g/7oz/1½ cups plain/all-purpose flour
⅓ tsp fine sea salt
cornflour/cornstarch, for dusting
For the seafood filling
8 large scallops, finely chopped
8 spring onions/scallions, chopped
3–4 garlic cloves, crushed
a thumb of root ginger, peeled and finely chopped or grated
1 long red chilli, with seeds if you like it hot, finely chopped
2 tbsp tamari soy sauce
2 tbsp sesame oil
2 tsp sugar
1 tbsp sunflower oil
Ponzu Dipping Sauce, to serve

Method
Put all the pickling-liquid ingredients into a large plastic box and stir until the sugar has dissolved. Toss with the brassica stems, cover and chill, shaking the box every now and then. They will last for up to a week.
Sift the flour and salt into a bowl. Slowly mix in 100ml/3½fl oz/scant ½ cup boiling water to form a dough, stirring with a chopstick. Dust with cornflour/cornstarch and knead for 10 minutes, or until smooth and elastic. Cut in half and roll into two 4cm/1½in thick sausage shapes. Wrap in cling film/plastic wrap and rest at room temperature for 30 minutes.
Unwrap both sausages, dust with cornflour/cornstarch and cut each one into 15 pieces. Cover with a damp cloth. One at a time, shape into a ball, then flatten and roll out to a circle about 3mm/⅛in thick. Use an 8cm/3¼in round cutter to make a perfect circle, if you wish. Keep dusting with cornflour/cornstarch to prevent sticking and cover all the pastry with a damp cloth to stop it from drying out.
Mix the filling ingredients, then leave to stand for 10 minutes. Put a scant teaspoon of filling in the middle of a wrapper. Wet the edges and fold the wrapper over the filling, pleating the edges to seal and expelling the air. Heat the sunflower oil in a wide, heavy-based pan. Fry half the gyoza at a time for a few minutes, or until the bottoms are brown and crisp. Add 3 tablespoons water, cover and steam for 2 minutes. Serve with the pickled brassica stalks and the ponzu dipping sauce.

Go forth, cook and devour! Don’t forget to tag us (@NourishBooks) in your social pics!

We’re gearing up for the publication of French Countryside Cooking by Daniel Galmiche, coming your way on May 14th (pre-order your copy right here)! To celebrate, we’re sharing an *EXCLUSIVE* recipe with you, get ready to dig into Daniel’s Smoked Chicken, Courgette, Garlic & Rosemary Casserole.

Taken from French Countryside Cooking

 

SERVES 4
PREPARATION TIME 10 minutes, plus making the stock
COOKING TIME 50 minutes

Ingredients
100g/3½oz/½ cup basmati rice
2 tbsp green tea
2 tsp caster (superfine) sugar
4 chicken legs, with thighs and drumsticks separated
20g/¾oz unsalted butter
2 tbsp sunflower oil
2 tbsp olive oil
400g/14oz courgettes (zucchini), cut in half lengthways, then cut into 2.5cm/1in pieces
12 garlic cloves, unpeeled
4 tbsp sherry vinegar
500ml/17fl oz/2 cups Chicken Stock
1 rosemary sprig
1 tsp chopped rosemary leaves
sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

Method
1 Put a large piece of kitchen foil, shiny-side down, in the bottom of a steamer, then put the rice, tea and sugar on the foil, cover with a steamer insert and lid and put over a medium heat for about 5 minutes until the mixture starts smoking. Quickly lift the lid and put all the chicken inside. Put the lid back on, turn the heat down to low and smoke for 5 minutes. Lift out the chicken and put on a plate to rest, wrapping the smoking ingredients in the foil and discarding them as quickly as you can.
2 Season the chicken with salt and pepper. Put a flameproof casserole dish over a medium-high heat. Add the butter and sunflower oil and when the butter is foaming, add the chicken, skin-side down, and cook for 6–8 minutes until golden brown all over, turning occasionally. Remove from the pan and put in a bowl, cover with cling film (plastic wrap) and leave to rest.
3 Discard the oil from the casserole dish and wipe the excess away with paper towel, taking care not to disturb the sediment. Return the dish to a medium-low heat, add the olive oil, courgettes (zucchini) and garlic and cook for 4–5 minutes until coloured and just tender.
4 Move the courgettes (zucchini) to the sides of the pan and put the chicken pieces in the centre to reheat. Turn the heat up to medium and when you can actually hear the food starting to cook, add the sherry vinegar straight away; it should evaporate immediately. Quickly pour the stock over the top and throw in the rosemary sprig. When the stock comes to a simmer, gently wriggle the pan around a little so that nothing is stuck to the bottom, then put the lid on top without closing it completely – you just want a little gap so that condensation doesn’t create too much liquid, but not too large so that the liquid evaporates. Cook for 15 minutes.
5 Remove the lid and discard the rosemary. Turn the heat to high and cook for a further 5 minutes, stirring to remove any caramelized bits stuck to the bottom, until the sauce is shiny and just thick enough to coat the back of the spoon. Add the chopped rosemary leaves and season with salt and pepper to taste, then serve hot.

Happy cooking! Don’t forget to tag us in any of your creations, @NourishBooks.

 

We can’t quite contain our excitement for French Countryside Cooking by Daniel Galmiche, published on May 11th! So, to tickle your tastebuds, we’re sharing an *EXCLUSIVE* recipe from the book: Raspberry Tart with Creme Patisserie & Rosemary. Daniel’s book works in time with the seasons, in an effort to be more sustainable and also fill your shopping lists with ingredients at their peak.

From Daniel: ‘ I have included a few recipes with raspberries in this chapter, and with herbs too, but I can assure you they are totally different. Here, for example, the touch of grated lime, the crème fraîche and the rosemary bring a unique balance to the dessert with its crunchy Breton sablé pastry.’

Taken from French Countryside Cooking

 

 

SERVES 4
PREPARATION TIME 25 minutes, plus 20 minutes infusing
COOKING TIME 30 minutes

Ingredients
300g/10½oz/heaped 2⅓ cups raspberries
icing (confectioners’) sugar, to decorate
grated zest of ½ lime
1 tsp chopped rosemary leaves
2 tbsp crème fraîche

FOR THE SABLÉ PASTRY
90g/3¼oz/¾ cup plain (all purpose) flour
1 tsp baking powder
70g/2½oz/heaped ½ cup icing (confectioners’) sugar
60g/2.oz unsalted butter, softened
a pinch of salt
2 egg yolks
grated zest of ½ lime

FOR THE CRÈME PÂTISSIÈRE
250ml/9fl oz/1 cup full-fat milk
½ vanilla pod, split lengthways
3 egg yolks
50g/1¾oz/scant ¼ cup caster (superfine) sugar
25g/1oz/scant ¼ cup cornflour (corn starch)
1 tbsp unsalted butter
juice of ½ lime

Method
1 Preheat the oven to 170°C/325°C/gas 3. To make the sablé pastry, sift together the flour and baking powder in a bowl. Whisk together the sugar, butter, salt and egg yolks, using an electric whisk, until light and flu!y. Fold in the flour mixture and lime zest to make a soft dough. Flatten between two sheets of baking paper to about 1cm/½in thick, then transfer to a baking sheet, lifting off the top sheet of baking paper. Bake for 12–18 minutes until light golden. Remove from the oven and cut immediately into an 18cm/7in square while it is still soft and pliable, but then leave it to cool before lifting o! the tray.

2 To make the crème pâtissière, put the milk in a saucepan over a low heat. Use a sharp knife to scrape the vanilla seeds into the milk, whisk the milk, then add the vanilla pod as well. Heat the milk until it is almost simmering, then remove from the heat, cover with cling film (plastic wrap) and leave to infuse for about 20 minutes. Remove the vanilla pod from the milk, rinse and dry on paper towel as you can use it again.

3 Meanwhile, whisk the egg yolks and sugar until light, thick and creamy. Gradually add the cornflour (corn starch), a spoonful at a time, whisking well after each addition to avoid any lumps forming. Slowly pour half the infused milk into the egg mixture, beating as you pour, then transfer the mixture back into the saucepan with the remaining milk. Put over a medium-low heat and stir continuously and quickly for about 10 minutes, or until the mixture begins to thicken. Remove from the heat, whisk in the butter and lime juice and continue to stir until the mixture has cooled down and is lovely and smooth, thick and slightly trembling.

4 Spread the crème pâtissière about 5mm/¼in thick over the pastry, leaving a small margin clear around the edge. Put the raspberries in lines over the top of the crème pâtissière to cover it completely. Dust with a shake of sifted icing (confectioners’) sugar, and sprinkle with the lime zest and a little of the chopped rosemary. Mix the remaining rosemary with the crème fraîche and spoon into a piping bag, then pipe a small dot of crème fraîche on the top of every other raspberry all over the tart. Add a tiny piece of rosemary to each crème fraîche dot.

Happy baking! Don’t forget to tag us, @NourishBooks, on social media – we’d love to see how you get on.

Nourish Books is here to amp up your Valentine’s/Galentine’s plans with some *EXCLUSIVE* recipes from Potions, Elixirs & Brews by Anais Alexandre! See the potion brewing in action on the book’s Tik Tok page, plus so. many. more recipes!

Why not pair this coffee brewed goodness with a slice (or two…) of Nisha Katona’s cardamom custard tart? Sugar, spice and everything nice, the perfect V-Day combo!

From Anais: ‘Your drinkable ally in arms. Walk with your head held high, grasping your favourite reusable traveling cup filled to the brim with a healthy dose of “get the hell out my face!” and just keep on walking. Oh, how the haters love to stare.’

Ingredients:

✨ 4 tbsp whipping cream (or non-dairy alternative)

✨ Black lava sea salt (or regular salt; you may also use the collective salt from your haters)

✨ 240ml/8fl oz/1 cup strong black coffee with 6 star anise steeped within

✨ 2 tbsp sweetener of your choice

Magickal Garnish

✨Sea salt

METHOD:

✨ Whip the cream until slightly thickened, then stir in the sea salt and set aside.

✨ Sweeten the coffee with your preferred sweetener.

✨ Strain the anise-steeped coffee into your traveler cup and top with the salted whipped cream.

✨ Sprinkle over a little extra sea salt and enjoy!

✨ Note on drink preference: This coffee-based potion should be made to suit your taste. If you prefer your coffee hot, ice, blended or turned into a latte with milk, it is up to you. It will not interfere with the potency of the potion. As long as you ensure the key correspondence and salt remains, it will remain magickally potent.

🚫 RITUAL 🚫

CARVE INTO A CANDLE: “ALL HARMFUL ENERGY CAST UNTO ME, RETURN IT TO ITS SOURCE, SO MOTE IT BE!”, THEN LIGHT IT. HOLD A CUP IN BOTH HANDS, CONCENTRATING FOR 3 MINS ON IMBUING REFLECTIVE ENERGY, AND REPELLING ANY NEGATIVE ENERGIES. LEAVE YOUR CUP NEXT TO THE CANDLE, UNTIL IT BURNS DOWN.

Use the hashtag #Potions to share your brews on social media! Happy celebrating!

Nourish Books is here to amp up your Valentine’s/Galentine’s plans with some *EXCLUSIVE* recipes from Potions, Elixirs & Brews by Anais Alexandre! See the potion brewing in action on the book’s Tik Tok page, plus so. many. more recipes!

Why not pair this delicious drink with a slice (or two…) of Heather Whinney’s decadent chocolate and raspberry cake? 30 minute bake time, plus it’s 100% vegan! The perfect V-Day combo.

👁️ Looks to Kill 👁️

From Anais: ‘There are moments you want to stop people dead in their tracks with your style and grace. If you’re looking to make an entrance that will leave them breathless, then take a swig of this killer potion. Caution: consuming this brew will not only put all eyes on you but will make them bow to you.’

Ingredients:

✨ 3½ tbsp gin

✨ 2 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice

✨ 4 tbsp rose simple syrup (see below)

✨ Ice cubes

✨ Splash of soda water/club soda

✨ Rose simple syrup:
– 240ml/8fl oz/1 cup water
– 350g/12oz/1 cup honey
– 1 tsp rose extract + rose petals (optional)

✨ Magickal Garnish
– Twist of lemon peel
– Sugared rose petals (to make: coat flower petals in a thin layer of egg white wash, then dip them into caster/ granulated sugar and leave them to dry for a few hours.)

Method:

✨ Put the water and honey into a small saucepan over a medium-low heat and simmer until the honey has dissolved. Leave to cool for 7 mins alongside a rose quartz crystal you have charged with the intention of being the most badass witch in existence. Then add the rose water extract.

✨ If you’re serving right away, you could add rose petals to the syrup for beautiful presentation. Any leftover syrup can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.

✨ To make the cocktail, add the gin, lemon juice and syrup to a cocktail shaker filled with ice and shake for 30 secs. Strain into a short glass with a large ice cube and add a splash of soda water/club soda. Garnish with the lemon peel and a petal.

👁️ Ritual 👁️

GET DRESSED TO THE NINES WHILE MAKING THIS POTION. TAKE THE TIME TO ADORN YOURSELF SO THAT YOU FEEL LIKE THE GOD OR GODDESS YOU TRULY ARE. YOU ARE REQUIRED TO STRUT AROUND BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER CONSUMING THIS BREW.

Use the hashtag #Potions to share your brews on social media! Happy celebrating!

Who knew #Veganuary and #TacoTuesdays were so meant to be! This recipe was taken from The Part-Time Vegetarian’s Year by Nicola Graimes.

Crisp, golden, batter-coated tofu, a summery pea crema and a zingy salsa with a corn tortilla – what’s not to like? If you’re using fresh peas, don’t forget to save the pea pods; they make a flavoursome light vegetable stock.

Taken from The Part-Time Vegetarian’s Year

 

Serves 4
Preparation time: 30 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes

Ingredients

165g/5¾oz/scant 1¼ cups plain/all-purpose flour
2 tsp cornflour/cornstarch
300ml/10½fl oz/1¼ cups light ale
4 tsp chipotle powder
4 tsp ground cumin
sunflower oil, for deep-frying
550g/1lb 4oz block of firm tofu, drained cut into 2cm/¾in wide x 1cm/½in thick fingers
sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

PEA CREMA
1 large avocado, stone removed and flesh scooped out
55g/2oz/⅓ cup cooked peas
4 tbsp crème fraîche
1 large garlic clove, peeled
juice of 1 lime
1 green jalapeño chilli, deseeded and chopped

TOMATO AND CORIANDER SALSA
4 vine tomatoes, deseeded and diced
1 handful of fresh coriander/cilantro leaves, chopped
½ small red onion, diced
1 green jalapeño chilli, deseeded and chopped
juice of ½ lime

TO SERVE
8 corn tacos
2 Little Gem/Bibb lettuces, shredded
chilli sauce (optional)

Method

To make the batter, sift the flour and cornflour/cornstarch into a large mixing bowl. Season generously with salt and pepper. Make a well in the middle and gradually whisk in the ale to make a smooth, fairly thick batter. Set aside to rest. Mix together the chipotle powder and cumin on a plate.

Blend together all the ingredients for the pea crema in a blender or mini food processor (or mash with a fork if you like a chunky mix), then season. Taste and add more lime, if needed.

Mix together all the ingredients for the salsa in a bowl, then season.

Place the tacos on a baking sheet and warm in the oven preheated to 180°C/350°F/Gas 4.

To prepare the tofu, heat enough oil to half-fill a deep heavy saucepan to 176°C/350°F (or until a cube of bread turns golden and crisp in 40 seconds). Pat dry the tofu slices with paper towels, making sure you get rid of as  much moisture as possible, then dust in the chipotle mix until coated all over. Dunk the tofu, one slice at a time, into the batter until well coated, then lower it into the hot oil. Cook 3 slices of tofu at a time for 11/2–2 minutes until light golden and crisp. Remove with a slotted spoon, drain on paper towels and keep warm in a low oven. Repeat until you have cooked all the tofu.

To assemble, place some lettuce in a taco shell, top with 2–3 slices of tofu and a good spoonful of the salsa, followed by the pea crema. Finish with a dash of chilli sauce, if you like, and serve with extra wedges of lime on the side.

#Veganuary2021 is going strong with this glorious recipe! Nicola does offer a part-time variation to mix things up – swap out the tofu for white fish fillets! Cut them into bite-sized chunks, coat in the spiced flour and batter, then deep fry until crispy and golden brown. Delicious!

Join us in celebrating #WorldVeganMonth this November! It’s been amazing to see how far the vegan movement has come over the years; here at Nourish, we have made it our mission to aid and assist the movement, by publishing the ideal accompanying vegan guidebooks to help you join in and celebrate.

Take the Living on the Veg! quiz to get matched with the Nourish cookbook that will be your #WorldVeganMonth companion – share your results with us on social media using the #LivingontheVeg hashtag!

Attention all HallowKings and PumpQueens!  Our sister imprint, Watkins Publishing, published the ultimate spooky season companion: Potions, Elixirs & Brews!

A beautifully packaged collection of magical cocktails, punches and teas that function both as delicious recipes and as effective spells, written by witch YouTube influencer, Anaïs Alexandre.

As part of celebration of spooky season (Halloween, Samhain – you get it!) we put together a quiz matching you with your ideal potion to accompany you through the scariest time of the year. Scarier, in fact, than the year 2020 itself…

Take the quiz below and follow the links to the full recipes to your potions!

Attention all HallowQueens and PumpKings: Our sister imprint, Watkins Publishing, published the ultimate spooky season companion: Potions, Elixirs & Brews! A beautifully packaged collection of magical cocktails, punches and teas that function both as delicious recipes and as effective spells, written by witch YouTube influencer, Anaïs Alexandre.

Click here to get matched to your drink of the spooky season by taking our special quiz – enjoy!

🔁 Déjà Vu Juice 🔁

The Potion to accompany you through the spooky season is Déjà Vu Juice! Made with rum, cinnamon and nutmeg, this potion is will heighten your senses to make you a magickal feeler. You’ll connect more easily with others, have greater empathy and walk the right path for you.

Ingredients:

✨ 200ml/7fl oz/scant 1 cup whole milk/half and half

✨ 3 tbsp sweetener of your choice

✨ 4 tbsp rum

✨ 1⁄4 tsp each of ground cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and ginger

Method:

✨ In a saucepan over a low heat, gently warm the milk/half and half. Add the sweetener and stir until it dissolves

✨Add in the spices and whisk to combine

✨ Whisk in the rum, then pour into a serving glass or mug. Enjoy!

🔁 Ritual 🔁

MIX THE SPICES TOGETHER AND PLACE IN A COVERED GLASS CONTAINER. PLACE THE CONTAINER IN THE LIGHT OF A WAXING MOON. USE THE SPICES WITHIN THE NEXT 3 DAYS.

Use the hashtag #Potions to share your cocktails on social media! Happy Halloween!

Attention all HallowQueens and PumpKings: Our sister imprint, Watkins Publishing, published the ultimate spooky season companion: Potions, Elixirs & Brews! A beautifully packaged collection of magical cocktails, punches and teas that function both as delicious recipes and as effective spells, written by witch YouTube influencer, Anaïs Alexandre.

Click here to get matched to your drink of the spooky season by taking our special quiz – enjoy!

👁️ Eye Candy 👁️

Have all eyes on you with Eye Candy: made with vodka, fruit juice and a pink Starburst! This is the potion for you if you want to grace the world with your presence, or catch the eye of the special someone you’d like to be sweet on you. A whiff of this scrumptious magickal cocktail will infuse you with an aura of sweetness and leave them salivating for more.

Ingredients:

✨ 2 tbsp whipped cream vodka (or regular vodka)

✨ 2 tbsp whole milk/half and half

✨ 2 tbsp fruit punch/tropical fruit juice

✨ 100ml/31⁄2fl oz/scant 1⁄2 cup orange juice

✨ Splash of lemon-lime soda

Magickal Garnish: Pink Starburst or other pink candy

Method:

✨ Mix the vodka, milk/half and half and fruit punch/tropical fruit juice in a tall serving glass

✨ Stir in the orange juice and top with a splash of lemon-lime soda

✨ Garnish with pink Starburst candy or other pink candy on the rim of the glass

👁️ Ritual 👁️

WHISTLE THE SWEETEST SONG YOU CAN THINK OF WHILE CREATING THIS POTION. LET THE MUSIC LIFT YOUR SPIRITS AND BRING A SMILE TO YOUR FACE.

Use the hashtag #Potions to share your cocktails on social media! Happy Halloween!

Attention all HallowQueens and PumpKings: Our sister imprint, Watkins Publishing, published the ultimate spooky season companion: Potions, Elixirs & Brews! A beautifully packaged collection of magical cocktails, punches and teas that function both as delicious recipes and as effective spells, written by witch YouTube influencer, Anaïs Alexandre.

Click here to get matched to your drink of the spooky season by taking our special quiz – enjoy!

💸 Lady Luck’s Kiss 💸

Need a bit of luck in the money department? Imagine becoming a magnet for wealth and prosperity with every sip you take of Lady Luck’s Kiss! Made with chocolate and mint, this is the potion to drink to happy and hearty 2021!

Ingredients:

✨ Ice cubes

✨ 2 tbsp Baileys Irish Cream

✨ 2 tbsp crème de menthe liqueur

✨ 2 tbsp vodka

✨ 2 tbsp whole milk/half and half

✨ Squirty cream

✨ Magickal Garnish: Dark chocolate gold coin

Method:

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice

✨ Add all the ingredients (except the squirty cream), cover and shake well

✨ Strain into a martini glass

✨ Finish with a squirt of whipped cream and garnish the glass with a dark chocolate
gold coin.

💸 Ritual 💸

WITH EVERY SIP YOU TAKE OF THIS MINT CHOCOLATEY DRINK, IMAGINE BECOMING A MAGNET FOR WEALTH, PROSPERITY AND GOOD FORTUNE.

Use the hashtag #Potions to share your cocktails on social media! Happy Halloween!