Harry Potter's Chocolate Covered Frogs

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Another Harry Special!


  1. In a double broiler melt the chips and butter, whisking until smooth.
  2. With a clean paint brush "paint" chocolate on the top of frogs.
  3. Let dry, flip and paint the other side.
Most Helpful

I just got done making these in preparation for a Harry Potter Chamber of Secrets party this friday. My kids were standing at my side the entire time begging for one. I gave this recipe 5 stars based on ease of preparation and how novel they are. Absolutely perfect! Thank you for the recipe!

PetesNina April 09, 2003

I didn't want to bring the rating down in case I was the reason this recipe didn't work so well. I couldn't get the chocolate to be smooth enough at first, so I added more margarine until it became a better consistency, but I still couldn't "paint" it on as smoothly as I had imagined it to be. I figure that might be because it was chocolate chips instead of something like dipping chocolate. Well, they taste good, and I ended up covering the underside with chocolate so the upperside helped them still look like frogs. I also added chocolate eyes to the frogs. They are still cute, just not the way I imagined them to be. I also think that my use of margarine might have been my problem in this recipe. Maybe butter works and margarine doesn't. Wouldn't be the first time that was true.

Sabia July 30, 2007