Homemade Honeydukes

I’ve had this post in the works since I started this blog. This post may have actually been one of the main reasons that I wanted to start this blog. I’m more than a little bit obsessed with the idea of throwing a completely over the top Harry Potter party, and one of the main reasons for this is that I want an excuse to make all sorts of Potterverse treats.  The following is a round up of recipes for many of the magical treats sold at Honeydukes. Any of these recipes would be great to make for a Potter party, Halloween, Christmas or just for fun. 

Acid Pops

“Fred gave me one when I was seven, it burnt a hole right through my tongue”

Acid Drop Pops (pictured above)

Variations: Pop Rocks Covered Lollipops

Blood-flavored  Lollipops

Harry won’t want one of those, they’re for vampires, I expect.

Blood Lollipops (pictured above)

Chocolate Frogs

Basic melt and pour chocolate frog method

Variations: Peanut Butter Chocolate Frogs, Cadbury Egg Creme Filled Chocolate FrogVegan Chocolate Truffle Frogs (picture above), Gluten and Dairy Free Peanut Butter or Jam filled Chocolate Frogs

And don’t forget to serve them up in style with this free printable chocolate frog hexagon box. 

Cockroach Clusters

Reckon Fred’d take a bit of a Cockroach Cluster if I told him they were peanuts?”

Popcorn and Pecan Cockroach Clusters (pictured above)

Variations: Chow Mein and Chocolate Cockroach ClustersNut and Chocolate Cockroach Clusters

Exploding Bonbons

Exploding bon-bons are no longer permitted to explode. Hand in immediately to Ministry disposal unit.

Exploding Bonbons (pictured above)

Ice Mice

Peppermint Chocolate Ice Mice (pictured above)

Variations: (Coconut) Ice Mice

Licorice Wands

Colorful Licorice Wands with Sprinkles (pictured above)

Variations: Pretzel Wands

Peppermint Toads

Peppermint Toads (pictured above)

Variations: White Chocolate Peppermint Toads

Sugar Quills

Sugar Quill with Edible Ink and Parchment (pictured above)

Variations: Royal Icing Quill (scroll through comments for instructions)

Squeaking Sugar Mice

Meringue Mice (pictured above)

Variations: Sugar Mice


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