Hocus Pocus: a true Halloween staple, packed with iconic lines. Its surge in popularity has led the Sanderson Sisters to a real pop culture takeover. (And I’m not just talking about the movie playing on repeat on Freeform all October long.)

But whether you watch Hocus Pocus once this Halloween season or a dozen times, you know what you really need to get you in the spooky binge mood? The right snacks!

Enter The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook, featuring recipes for frightfully appetizing food and drinks based on the cult classic film. Conjure yourself up some Baked Witch Casserole, Dead Man’s Toes, and Brown Butter Booooook Blondies to munch on. Then wash it all down with an Airhead Virgin mocktail or a Burning Rain of Death punch.*

“I hope you enjoy this homage to Hocus Pocus as much as you enjoy the film itself,” said cookbook author Bridget Thoreson. “While blondies are no substitute for Bette and no cocktail is quite as funny as hearing a young girl humiliate her older brother by saying ‘Yabos,’ I hope you’ll find the recipes and references fun, delicious, and delightfully spooky, and you’ll rewatch the film again and again accompanied by the goodies in this booo-ooooo-ooook.”

Thoreson’s book is packed with a ton of tasty recipes, so there’s sure to be something for everyone at your Halloween party or coven meeting. You can grab your copy of The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook here.

Once you settle in with your spooky snacks, check out THS Fright-A-Thon to find out where to binge all your favorite Halloween flicks this October. (And if you’re really committed to watching all 14 of Freeform’s airings of Hocus Pocus, no judgement. You can find the 31 Nights of Halloween schedule here.)

THS Fright-A-Thon

For some of us, 31 days of spooks just isn’t enough. We’re big fans of all things scary and supernatural here at THS, so we’re kicking off our annual Fright-A-Thon early. Starting September 1, we’re sharing horror content every day leading up to Halloween. You’ll catch reviews, recommendations, best-of highlights, viewing guides, and more. So if you live for the Halloween season, be sure to check back to THS for more Fright-A-Thon content.

*Note: No children were harmed in the testing of these recipes.