Harry Potter Party Treats

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Harry Potter Party Treats

So here is the “Pennydukes” (I was going to call it “Honeydukes” but Bob said it should be “Pennydukes”!) treat table at our Harry Potter party.  I’ll tell you all about the treats moving left to right across the table.

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Cockroach Clusters

First up, Cockroach Clusters, you can find the how to here.

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Nimbus 2000

And then we have these Nimbus 2002’s which couldn’t be any easier, just a mini Reeses Peanut Butter Cup with a stick pretzel.  The hardest part is getting the pretzel in without breaking the candy, as can see.  I used a bamboo skewer to prepoke a hole and that helped a bit.

inspiration from Make and Takes

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Harry Potter’s Butterbeer Pudding Cookies

Next up, Butterbeer Cookies, you can find the recipe here.

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Chocolate Frogs

It’s not a Harry Potter party without Chocolate Frogs, right?  All you need is a chocolate frog mold, which you can find on Amazon or maybe at a party store or craft store near you (if you live near me, I found mine at “Funfinity” in Springville) and some Wilton Chocolate Candy Melts which I got at Michaels.  Melt candy melts according to package directions, spoon into mold and put in refrigerator until firm.  Ta da, chocolate frogs!

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Honeydukes Pink Coconut Ice

And now for some color, Honeydukes Pink Coconut Ice, recipe here.

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Olivander’s One of a Kind Wands

And finally, every wizard needs a wand so here are Olivander’s One of a Kind Wands which I made by dipping both red and black Twizzlers in white candy melts and then topping each with a different kind of sprinkle.

inspiration from Pastry Affair

I also made some Butterbeer with cream soda and Imitation Butter Flavor topped with whipped cream but forgot to take a picture of it.

Hope you enjoyed reading about our Harry Potter party as much as I enjoyed making the treats for it!

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