How Well Do You Know Your Harry Potter Wizarding Treats?

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Bambi Turner

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What drink do Harry and his friends order when they go to Hogsmeade?

Butterbeer is one of the most popular drinks in the wizarding world. This mildly alcoholic butterscotch-flavored beverage isn't enough to get you drunk -- unless you're a house elf, of course.

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What muggle treat do Bertie Bott's candies resemble?

Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans might look like muggle jelly beans, but watch out! These candies really do come in every flavor, including spinach, liver, earwax ... and bogey.

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Who makes Harry's favorite gum?

Everyone in the wizarding world loves Drooble's Best Blowing Gum. Available in crazyberry and other flavors, it never loses its sweetness, and any bubbles you pop will last forever.

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What comes with every Chocolate Frog?

Chocolate frogs -- made from chocolate, but move around like real frogs -- are a popular treat among wizards. Each includes a card -- similar to a baseball card -- that features a famous witch or wizard.

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What is the wizarding world's most popular gummy worm alternative?

Jelly slugs look an awful lot like muggle gummy worms, but are slightly longer. They are way more appetizing than actual slugs -- just ask Ron Weasley.

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Which of these will happen if you eat a Pepper Imp?

Pepper Imps are small black candies found in the "Special Effects" section of Honeydukes. When you eat them, you "breathe fire," and smoke comes out of your ears and nose.

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How are Sugar Quills enjoyed?

Sugar Quills are the perfect treat for a young witch or wizard to enjoy in class. They look just like regular quills, so you can suck on the sweet treat all day long without tipping off your teachers.

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What happens when you eat a Fizzing Whizbee?

Fizzing Whizbees are large balls of sherbet. When you chew or suck on them, you float a small distance off the ground thanks to one special ingredient -- dried Billywig.

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What's inside a Sherbet Lemon?

Sherbet Lemons are muggle treats that are also popular among wizards. They consist of a hard lemon candy shell with fizzy powder inside.

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What nut is used in Cockroach Clusters?

Despite their name, Cockroach Clusters are mounds of peanuts and chocolate shaped like cockroaches. The sweet is a Dumbledore favorite, and was once used as the password to his office at Hogwarts.

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What happens if you eat Iced Mice?

Iced Mice are mouse-shaped sweets that cause your teeth to squeak and chatter like, well, a cold mouse. You can find them at Honeydukes in Hogsmeade.

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Where does Harry buy his first Cauldron Cake?

Harry gets a crash course on the wizarding world after meeting Hagrid. On the Hogwarts Express train to school, Ron teaches him all about wizarding sweets and treats when the sales trolley comes around. Harry orders some of everything, including Cauldron Cakes.

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What do wizards call a striped peppermint?

Peppermint Humbugs are popular treats for muggles and wizards alike. These mint treats were found on the table during Harry's first great feast at Hogwarts.

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Where do wizards go to pick up the best chocolate?

Honeydukes in Hogsmeade is the go-to stop for delicious chocolate in the wizarding world. The shop is run by Ambrosius Flume and his wife, and has a long history of making sweets and treats.

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What is a Knickerbocker Glory?

When out at the Zoo to celebrate his birthday in the first Potter novel, Dudley orders an ice cream sundae known as a Knickerbocker Glory. When it's not made to his liking, lucky Harry gets to eat it instead.

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Which of these is needed to make Treacle Tart?

A Treacle Tart is a pie-like dessert made from a flaky crust and golden syrup. It also happens to be one of Harry's favorite desserts.

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Harry buys wands made from these when he is aboard the Hogwarts Express.

Aboard the Hogwarts Express for the first time, Harry's pockets are flush with money from his parents' bank vault. He uses some of his new-found cash to buy a bunch of treats for himself and Ron -- including licorice wands.

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What does a Peppermint Toad do after you eat it?

Peppermint Toads are toad-shaped candies made from peppermint cream. Once they are eaten, they continue to hop around in the stomach, and are not for the faint of heart,

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Which of these baked goods does Hagrid often offer his guests?

In theory, rock cakes are a fruitcake-like dessert. When Hagrid makes them for his guests, they are much more like raisin-filled rocks.

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What charm is built into every Ton-Tongue Toffee?

Every rainbow-colored Ton-Tongue Toffee is complete with an engorgement charm that causes your tongue to swell when you eat the sweet. You can find this joke treat at Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes.

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What happens if you eat an Acid Pop?

Acid Pops are a favorite treat among wizards, even though they burn a hole in your tongue. Dumbledore enjoys the sweet so much that he once used "Acid Pops" as a password to his office at Hogwarts.

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Who sells Skiving Snackboxes?

Practical jokers Fred and George Weasley produce boxes of treats known as Skiving Snackboxes, which they sell to their fellow students at Hogwarts. The boxes contain treats that make one appear ill so they can skip class without question.

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Which of these flavors of lollipop do Ron and Hermione spot in the "Unusual Flavors" section of Honeydukes?

Ron and Hermione first spot blood-flavored lollipops on a school trip to Honeydukes, and assume the creepy treat must be designed for vampires.

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Americans call it cotton candy, but in the Harry Potter world, it's...

The candy Americans refer to as cotton candy is known as candy floss or fairy floss in other parts of the world. When Harry first meets Xenophilius Lovegpod, he compares the man's hair to candy floss.

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Which of these caramel-flavored bites can you find at Honeydukes?

In keeping with the wizarding theme, Honeydukes sells chocolate and caramel sweets known as Caramel Cobwebs.

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What color are Nosebleed Nougats?

Nosebleed Nougats are a Weasley creation that helps students force a nosebleed to get out of class. The sweets are purple and orange, with one end used to start the flow and the other used to stop the nose from bleeding.

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Which of these Weasley creations makes one vomit?

Puking Pastilles are a Fred and George creation that make students vomit to avoid going to class. Eating the orange end induces vomiting, while the purple end stops the sick.

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Who did Fred and George test their Fainting Fancies on?

Fred and George get in big trouble for testing their Fainting Fancies on First Year students in the Gryffindor common room. The candies make the students faint, though they are quickly revived after a second bite.

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What does Tom Riddle give to Horace Slughorn?

Tom Riddle is desperate to learn about Horcruxes, but can't find the info he seeks. He bribes Professor Slughorn with crystallized pineapple to convince him to loosen his tongue.

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Where can you buy Sugar Hexes?

Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes is a shop filled with all kinds of treats -- both real and joke-filled. Sugar Hexes come in small bags at the shop, though little is revealed in the books about what these candies actually do.

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About This Quiz

Forget flying on broom sticks or traveling via floo network -- the real fun in Harry Potter is in the sweets and treats! Take our quiz to see if you remember these delicious delights from the books and movies.

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