Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark

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(Inside: Professor Lupin’s secret weapon against the Dementors was no joke. Look at ladies with PMS. A little chocolate goes a long way. And this Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark will go a long way too, to perking anyone up at a Quiddich Game–even if Dementors are stationed around the school.)

We spent a whole year at Hogwarts with Dementors swirling about the campus, supposedly guarding us from the fearsome Sirius Black.

Unfortunately, that was just a dumb move on everyone’s part, but, we can be assured that, had they known, (one, the book would not have been as exciting), they would have kept Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark stashed in every classroom and House Great Room.

Professor Lupin's secret weapon against the Dementors was no joke. Look at ladies with PMS. A little chocolate goes a long way. And this Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark will go a long way too, to perking anyone up at a Quiddich Game--even if Dementors are stationed around the school. #nerdymammablog #harrypotter #hogwarts #chocolatebark

And keeping it stashed in the House Great Rooms would have been enough to keep the Dementors out of your dreams, right?

I mean, just knowing that Professor Lupin had given you the Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark to make you feel better is enough to stave off a lot of nightmares.

A lot, a lot.

Professor Lupin's secret weapon against the Dementors was no joke. Look at ladies with PMS. A little chocolate goes a long way. And this Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark will go a long way too, to perking anyone up at a Quiddich Game--even if Dementors are stationed around the school. #nerdymammablog #harrypotter #hogwarts #chocolatebark

Ok. So, to make this the most authentic Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark that it can be, you have to have Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans (yes, with the extra “u”) and Jelly Slugs (which, I know sounds horrible, but they’re tasty-good, so just get ’em).

I mean, seriously. Check out this quick slideshow I made of how easy this is–and how integral the beans and slugs are…see?!

But, before you run off and get to making your Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark, be sure to pin this so you can come back to it when you’ve been hit by the Dementors again.

Professor Lupin's secret weapon against the Dementors was no joke. Look at ladies with PMS. A little chocolate goes a long way. And this Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark will go a long way too, to perking anyone up at a Quiddich Game--even if Dementors are stationed around the school. #nerdymammablog #harrypotter #hogwarts #chocolatebark

Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark

Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark

Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark

Professor Lupin's secret weapon against the Dementors was no joke. Look at ladies with PMS. A little chocolate goes a long way. And this Harry Potter Hogwarts Houses Chocolate Bark will go a long way too, to perking anyone up at a Quiddich Game--even if Dementors are stationed around the school.

Ingredients

  • Wilton Blue Candy Melts, Ravenclaw
  • Wilton Yellow Candy Melts, HufflepuffWilton Red Candy Melts (Gryffindor)
  • Wilton Green Candy Melts, Slytherin
  • Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans
  • Jelly Slugs

Instructions

  1. Line a 15 x 11 half sheet pan with parchment paper and set aside.
  2. Melt each color of candy melts in microwave separately or with this Wilton Melting Pot.
  3. Drop circles of the melted chocolate onto the lined sheet pan. Make sure to alternate so no like colors are next to each other.
  4. Use a knife to smooth out the chocolate and swirl together.
  5. Top with Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans and Jelly Slugs.
  6. Chill for 15 minutes.
  7. Break into bite size pieces and ENJOY!!
  8. *Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to one month.

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