Today I’m sharing my free printable Harry Potter Chocolate Frogs template because I am finally going to Harry Potter World! My husband and I are taking our oldest daughter to Universal Studio’s Harry Potter World for her birthday. I am SO excited… maybe even more than she is. I love Harry Potter so much — I know that’s not unusual because everyone does, but this series came out at a hard time in my life, and it kept me going. So I think I’ll always have an extra fondness for the Harry Potter World that I could escape to when real life was too hard.
Last year for Attalie’s birthday I created a super-fun Harry Potter party. It’s a bummer that I still haven’t gotten it up on the blog yet — I never have enough time! You guys I have so much good stuff just sitting on my computer. Does somebody want to take my kids for a week, and I’ll get it all up?? LOL! Seriously though, it’s sad that I have a super awesome Harry Potter party, Moana Party, Mermaid Party… so much cool stuff that you may or may not ever see.
These Harry Potter Chocolate Frogs that I created for our Harry Potter party are SO cool I couldn’t stand to keep them hidden away any longer. So today in honor of our trip to Harry Potter World I’m sharing my free printable DIY Harry Potter Chocolate Frogs template. Just fill out the form below, and I’ll send it right over.
How to Make Harry Potter Chocolate Frogs
It’s actually pretty easy to make the Harry Potter chocolate frogs themselves. You just need this mold, and some chocolate chips. I used mostly Ghirardelli brand milk chocolate chips with just a few of the dark chocolate ones to keep the milk chocolate from being overly sweet.
Put the chocolate chips in a glass measuring cup and microwave for 1 minute. Stir the chocolate to help melt the chips. Depending on the size of your chips you may need a bit more time, try just 30 seconds more. You don’t want to burn the chocolate, and my grandmother (a chocolate-making expert!) told me to just stir to get everything melted rather than continue to heat.
If it’s a brand new mold, you might want to grease it first to help the chocolate frogs release easier. I filled the molds about 1/3 of the way with the melted chocolate and then spooned in a dollop of peanut butter. You can leave this out or add some other filling like Nutella, almond butter or I’ve been wanting to try adding a chunk of caramel! YUM!
Add another spoonful of chocolate to fill, and scrape off the excess with a rubber spatula. Place the chocolate frogs in the freezer for about 15 minutes, then remove from the mold. I easily removed my chocolate frogs by flipping the mold over and giving a nice, solid whack on a cutting board or cookie sheet lined with parchment. The frogs usually pop right out.
We’re in Phoenix, so I stored the frogs in a zipper bag in the freezer, but this can be risky since too long in the freezer could give your chocolate those weird white spots. They don’t affect flavor at all, but it can look weird. Then again though these are FROGS… so maybe you want the spots?? LOL!
Harry Potter Chocolate Frogs Packaging
You could just serve your Chocolate Frogs on a tray, but where’s the fun in that? I really wanted to package up mine just like they come from the Honeydukes, complete with a Wizard trading card. Believe it or not, I did not intend to make my own Chocolate Frog packaging template. I actually searched the web, trying to find a template that was good print quality, and that had the Wizard cards, because I knew it would take a ton of time to create. I kept coming up blank. I considered for about 10 seconds just not having Chocolate Frogs at our Harry Potter party, but I just couldn’t do that. Finally I bit the bullet and invested about a day’s worth of effort into creating my own Harry Potter Chocolate Frogs packaging template. I was originally planning to sell the template because it was seriously so much work, but I’m so excited to get to Harry Potter World, I’m feeling extra generous today. Just fill out the form below, and I’ll send it right over. The template includes the instructions for how to package up the chocolate frogs.