Source

" />
  • Saturday, December 7, 2019

10 Crazy Treats You’ll Only Find in the Wizarding World

Today is National Candy Day, and there is no better place to celebrate than in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando. You might have tons of Halloween candy still laying around at your house from the holiday weekend, but these wild treats will put any of your regular sweets to shame!

  1. Bertie Botts Every Flavor Beans (Honeydukes – $10.95): Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans is probably one of the most iconic candies from the Wizarding World. The jelly beans are a risky treat because every bite can either be sweet and delicious or absolutely disgusting. The 20 different flavors include:
    • Blueberry
    • Candyfloss
    • Banana
    • Black pepper
    • Marshmallow
    • Earthworm
    • Dirt
    • Sausage
    • Watermelon
    • Tutti frutti
    • Cinnamon
    • Lemon sherbet
    • Cherry
    • Bogies (Boogers)
    • Green apple
    • Grass
    • Rotten egg
    • Soap
    • Vomit
    • Earwax
  2. U-No-Poo (Weasley Wizard Wheezes – $6.95): The Weasley twins, known for tricks and pranks, have a joke shop filled with a variety of practical joke items and trouble-making treats. One of the zany offerings they have created is U-No-Poo, the “constipation sensation that’s sweeping the nation”! The green pills can be mashed up and mixed with food or drinks to surprise the unsuspecting consumer. At Universal Orlando, the tricky treat is milk chocolate with a green hard candy shell.
  3. Fiery Black Pepper Imps (Honeydukes – $6.95): The tiny black peppermint sweets are so fiery that they make people breathe fire and smoke at the ears and nose! At Honeydukes in Universal Orlando, the pepper imps are sold as a red cinnamon hard candy.
  4. Skiving Snackboxes (Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes – $39.99): Skiving Snackbozes are another one of the Weasley twins’ genius creations that Hogwarts students used to get themselves out of class. The collectible case is filled with four different treats that mimic the symptoms of real ailments:
    • Nosebleed Nougat: Eaters could expect a noseblees as soon as they tasted the milk chocolate covered marshmallow topped with pistachios and white pearl toppings.
    • Fever Fudge: This vanilla-flavored fudge has an icy blue tint and is filled with red hot jelly beans. People in the Wizarding World would spike a fever immediately after taking a bite of this fudge.
    • Puking Pastilles: The sticky green and purple hard-boiled sweets were made to help students vomit on the spot.
    • Fainting Fancies: Designed to make people faint within seconds, the large round citrus-flavored gummies are covered in sugar. Each piece is half lemon, half orange.
  5. Shock-O-Choc (Honeydukes – $9.95): What seems like a regular bite of chocolate packs a powerful punch thanks to the chili powder hidden inside. In the Harry Potter series, the shocking treat is mentioned when Colin Creevy and Harry Potter sent boxes of Shock-O-Choc filled with rude Howlers to the Inquisitorial Squad.
  6. Exploding Bon Bons (Honeydukes – $9.95): Hogwarts students caused some mayhem with exploding bon bons. The cocoa and coconut concoction blew up when eaten! The Universal Orlando version of this treat is rich white chocolate balls filled with orange and pineapple popping candy.
  7. Love Potion (Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes – $9.95): Love potion is a small heart-shaped bottle filled with syrupy rose-flavored liquid candy. The most notable use of the magic liquid in the Wizarding World is of course when Romilda Vane tried to use it on Harry Potter by putting it on a box of chocolate cauldrons. While Hermione warned Harry to stay away from them, Ron accidentally ate the chocolates and became obsessed with Romilda until finally given an antidote from Horace Slughorn.
  8. Fizzing Whizzbees (Honeydukes – $9.95): In the Harry Potter stories, fizzing whizzbees are sherbert balls filled with dried Billywig stings that made those who ate them levitate off of the ground. At Universal’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the treats are milk chocolate flies filled with raspberry Pop Rocks.
  9. Butterbeer Fudge (Sugarplum’s Sweetshop & Honeydukes – $3.95): You can purchase the most famous Wizarding World treat in fudge form at select sweet shops in the area. The sinfully sweet fudge bites are made with layers of shortbread and butterscotch.
  10. Chocolate Frogs (Honeydukes – $10.05): These milk chocolate frogs (also available in white chocolate) come with a collectible trading card of a famous witch or wizard. According to the story they are made of 70% Croakoa, which is why they are able to jump around like real frogs!

Grab your discount Universal Orlando tickets from Tickets2You and start your deliciously sweet journey through the Wizarding World now! For more information about the delicious delights you can find at the parks, check out this guide to the Sweetest Treats at Universal Orlando.

Related Posts