Hagrid takes Harry to get a burger at Diagon Alley in the first Harry Potter book, The Sorcerer’s Stone. In my mind, this is the veggie burger they would serve there.
I know Harry isn’t vegan, but I bet he’d come over to our side for one of these autumn patties!
This is shared at the Virtual Vegan Potluck, where my Homemade Pumpkin Juice was the most clicked on beverage. I knew there were more Harry Potter fans out there!
My burger screams Fall – with ingredients such as pumpkin, rolled oats and white beans making up the body of the burger. Indian spices elevate it to something you want to eat on a bun, on top of sautéed veggies or even with a delicious dal.
In the meantime here are some more vacation pics from Universal Studios and some foods to try while you’re there.
You can see Cheryl below at the Knight Bus and smiling at the shrunken head that has quite a few bad jokes to spew out at you. Nearby is a jacket potato stand that has vegan beans on one of their potatoes. Just make sure they hold the cheese!
In front of Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes you can see the add for the twins edible dark marks. There are vegan candies to be found, but you’ll need to read the labels carefully. The chocolate frogs, unfortunately, are not vegan.
The Leaky Cauldron is full of charm and they do have one vegan option which has steamed broccoli, turnips and carrots, grilled tomato half, green salad and a cold beet salad (that was the star of the plate).
It comes with bread and that bread is vegan! Just ask for the vegetarian plate – it wasn’t on the menu when we went, but a nice gentleman told me to ask for it next time.
And now for my recipe for vegan curried pumpkin burgers. They are great in a bun with mustard, but would be lovely with a dal and rice too!
Don’t forget to download the free Halloween ebook from Abe’s Market. I have 3 recipes in it!