Check out this amazing New Chocolate Frog Mold to help you to create your own official Chocolate Frogs! This new edition comes with 6 wizarding cards, bigger cavities and DIY boxes with new design, making it easier to make!
Each box of this new edition comes with 6 magic cards featuring your favorite characters. In total there are 12 different magic cards. Collect all the cards to create a magical family!
The shapes of the frogs are the official shapes of the frogs from Harry Potter movie.
Perfect for any Harry Potter-themed party, halloween, wedding or during a Harry Potter movie marathon. You can create the chocolate frogs with your favorite flavors!
This is the perfect "Muggle" version of Honeydukes' Chocolate Frogs.
"Oh, of course, you wouldn't know — Chocolate Frogs have cards inside of them, you know, to collect — famous witches and wizards. I've got about five hundred, but I haven't got Agrippa or Ptolemy." Ron Weasley telling Harry about Chocolate Frogs
Chocolate Frogs are a popular confection that are sold throughout the wizarding world. They are packaged with collectible cards portraying famous wizards and witches. Many of the pupils at Hogwarts collect and trade these cards. The frogs are made of seventy percent Croakoa. Presumably, this substance is what allows them to act like an actual frog.
In 1991, a chocolate frog was seen on a table in the Great Hall at the Sorting Ceremony.
When Harry Potter was in the Hogwarts infirmary in 1992, he received many treats from his friends. Whilst Harry was unconscious, someone consumed all of the chocolate frogs. During his bedside visit, Dumbledore posited that Ron Weasley had done it, so Harry could have the cards without going through the "trouble" of eating the frogs.
Hermione gave Harry a large box of Chocolate Frogs for Christmas his first year.
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