Chocolate Frogs

Chocolate Frogs is An extremely popular chocolate treat made to look and act like a frog. Contains 70% of the finest Croakoa, which is possibly the ingredient that causes them to act like real frogs. Each package also contains a collectible card of a famous witch or wizard.

Cho·co·late Frogs
/CHäk’lət frôɡs/
noun

Chocolate Frogs History
Chocolate Frogs have been manufactured since prior to 1926. In 1926, the popular collectible cards began being packaged with Chocolate Frogs, as covered in The Daily Prophet in the 29 November 1926 issue. Chocolate Frogs are an especially popular treat with the students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, as the students enjoy collecting and trading the cards contained within each package. Some of the most famous witches and wizards have their own Chocolate Frog card, including Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Merlin, Ptolemy, and Ronald Weasley.



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