Infographic: Book Plus Dessert Pairing Guide

Whether it is turkish delight (The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe), butter beer, (Harry Potter) , or chocolate (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) some desserts have become closely identified with classic books.

The following infographic pairs popular books with a dessert mentioned in the book. In some cases, the connection is a stretch, but generally the dessert was featured in at least one scene.

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4 Comments on Infographic: Book Plus Dessert Pairing Guide

  1. I’m pretty sure you meant to type “dessert”–as in a delicious sweet treat–and not “desert”–as in a very dry landscape–three times in the opening paragraphs. Oops! 🙁

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