How can food be magical? Can you put a spell on food? Absolutely! Magic is all about intention manifestation. Ingredients all have vibrations that lend themselves to specific intentions. So, by adding specific ingredients and visualizing your intention, you can make your food magical! Hello, Kitchen Witches! We see you!
How is this magical recipe for beauty, ground, and protection?
Kitchen Witchcraft is the art of empowering each ingredient’s energy to work towards a specific goal. This Vegetable Pot Pie includes ingredients that are good for beauty spells, love spells, romance spells, grounding spells, protection spells, and growth spells! As the Witch creating this meal, you can choose to add each of these ingredients to your spell recipe to work towards a goal.
How do I use food as a spell?
Each ingredient below has its magical properties listed next to it! As you prepare them and add them to your recipe, pick one of its attributes and visualize how it plays a role in your overall goal.
For example, if you are making this pot pie to ground crazy energies after a fight, start by seeing everyone who eats the pot pie as being relaxed and grounded. As you dice the carrots, state that the carrots are for grounding and visualize everyone who eats the pot pie as being relaxed and grounded. As you chop the onion, state that it’s for banishing negativity; visualize everyone who eats the pie as being filled with positive energy.
Do this for each ingredient.
Vegetarian Pot Pie for Beauty, Grounding, and Protection
- 8" Baking Dish
- Cutting board
- Frying Pan
- 2 tsp. Olive oil Magical properties: Peace, smooth manifestation
- 2 cups Potatoes Magical properties: Stability, protection, grounding
- 4 oz. Carrots Magical properties: Fertility, grounding, romance
- ⅓ cup Onion Magical properties: Banishing negativity, exorcism, protection, healing
- ¼ tsp Kosher salt Magical properties: Purification, cleansing
- ⅓ cup Unsalted butter Magical properties: Smooth manifestation, nurturing, home protection
- ⅓ cup Flour Magical properties: Abundance, protection, healing
- 1 ⅔ cups Broth Magical properties: Nurturing, health
- ⅔ cup Milk Magical properties: Growth, purification, nurturing
- ¼ teaspoon Celery salt Magical properties: Purification, clarity, psychic ability
- ½ tsp. Dried thyme Magical properties: Beauty, happiness, strength, protection
- ¼ cup Frozen peas Magical properties: Prosperity, self-awareness
- ¼ cup Frozen green beans Magical properties: Prosperity, psychic ability
- 1 Pie crust or biscuits Magical properties: Happiness
- ⅛ c. Milk Magical properties: Growth, purification, nurturing
- Preheat the oven to 425F.
- Dice potatoes.
- Dice carrots and onions.
- Heat a large pan over medium heat. Add the oil.
- Saute potatoes until they are partially translucent.
- Add carrots and onions and saute until soft. Do not allow them to brown.
- Add butter and salt to the sauteed vegetables.
- In a small bowl, stir broth and milk together.
- Place flour into a large bowl. Whisk in ⅓ of the broth and milk until smooth. Add remaining broth and milk mixture.
- Slowly add flour, broth, and milk mixture to the pan, stirring as you add it.
- Once combined, add celery salt, thyme, peas, and green beans. Stir until combined.
- Pour into an 8” pan or 8 x 8” casserole dish. Top with crust or biscuits.
- If you’ve used crust, cut slits into the crust to vent it. Brush the tops of your crust of biscuits with milk.
- Bake for 30 – 45 minutes, until the crust is golden brown.
This delicious recipe can be made during the Mabon feast!
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