Magical Food: Basic Magical Kitchen Cupboard Items

Magical Food: Basic Magical Kitchen Cupboard Items April 21, 2020

Magical food: Basic magical kitchen cupboard items

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Recently I wrote about magical food in the form of Marmite and psychic Pot Noodles, you can read about that here…

Then it progressed to the magical properties of peanut butter and gravy granules.  So, here is my quick list of perhaps more unusual but basic kitchen cupboard items that you can work magic with.  In fact, you can work magic with any food items, it all has a magical energy.

These are my magical correspondences, trust your intuition and see what you come up with.  Investigate your cupboards and fridge to see what magic you can find.

Check your tins too, tinned vegetables, fruit and soup all has magic within.

You literally can make magic with any ingredient it doesn’t have to be a sacred herb collected at dawn by a virgin maiden…

The list:

Baking Powder/Soda Magical Properties:

Energy, magic


Beans Magical Properties:

Wisdom, divination, prosperity

Note: Use a tin of baked beans and you add in the magic of tomatoes on top of the bean energy.


Beer Magical Properties:

Dreams, purification, offerings


Bread Magical Properties:

Depends on the grain used, all breads are good for offerings and grounding


Butter Magical Properties:

Peace, spirituality, Faerie


Cake Magical Properties:

Happiness, ritual, rites of passage, offerings, celebration, grounding


Cheese Magical Properties:

Success, happiness


Chocolate Magical Properties:

Prosperity, positive energy, happiness, love


Coconut Magical Properties:

Protection, purification, chastity


Coffee Magical Properties:

Energy, clarity, divination


Curry Magical Properties:

Energy, passion


Gravy Magical Properties:

Calming, emotions, healing, cleansing, purification


Ice Cream Magical Properties:

Love, spirituality, various depending on what flavours you add


Jelly Magical Properties:

Happiness, various depending on what flavours you add


Maple Syrup Magical Properties:

Love, money, attraction, positive energy, healing, binding


Milk Magical Properties:

Feminine power, goddess energy, moon magic, nurturing, offerings, love, spirituality, Faeries


Olive Oil Magical Properties:

Spirituality, integrity, passion, fertility, healing, peace, protection, luck


Pasta Magical Properties:

Psychic powers, protection, communication, creativity


Peanut/Peanut Butter Magical Properties:

Masculine energy, prosperity


Soya Bean Magical Properties:

Fertility, passion, prosperity, luck, psychic powers, spirituality


Sugar Magical Properties:

Love, protection


Tea Magical Properties:

Meditation, courage, strength, prosperity


Vanilla Magical Properties:

Love, spirituality, sex magic, passion, creativity


Vinegar Magical Properties:

Fire energy, protection


Wine Magical Properties:

Spirituality, offerings, happiness, love


Yogurt Magical Properties:

Spirituality, creativity, depression




Correspondences taken from A Kitchen Witch’s World of Magical Food by Rachel Patterson

“Food is magical, not just because of the amazing tastes, flavours and aromas but also for the magical properties it holds. The magic starts with the choice of food to use, be added in whilst you are preparing and cooking then the magic unfolds as people enjoy your food. Dishes can be created for specific intents, moon phases, and rituals, to celebrate sabbats or just to bring the magic into your family meal. Many food ingredients can also be used very successfully in magical workings in the form of offerings, medicine pouches, witches bottles and poppets. Let’s work magic into your cooking…”

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