Wizarding World of Harry Potter Candy Allergen Information

Chocolate Frogs (Weasleys’ Wizarding Wheezes/Honeydukes)

Puking Pastilles (Weasleys’ Wizarding Wheezes)

Fainting Fancies (Weasleys’ Wizarding Wheezes)

Exploding Bonbons (Weasleys’ Wizarding Wheezes)

Nosebleed Nougat (Weasleys’ Wizarding Wheezes)

Pepper Imps (Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes)

U-No-Poo (Weasleys’ Wizarding Wheezes)

Bertie Botts Every Flavor Beans (Weasleys’ Wizarding Wheezes/Honeydukes)

White Chocolate Skull (Honeydukes)

Shock-o-Choc (Honeydukes)

Pink Coconut Ice (Honeydukes)

Honeydukes Milk Chocolate (Honeydukes)

Chocolate Cauldron (Honeydukes)

Peppermint Toads (Honeydukes)

Fudge Flies (Honeydukes)


Sherbert Lemons (Honeydukes)

Salt Water Taffy (Honeydukes)

Disclaimer: This information is current to the original publication date. Updates will be noted. Ingredients and manufacturing processes can change without notice. Each product should be reviewed for individual nutritional needs. Feel free to to contact me with any questions or comments. 

6 thoughts on “Wizarding World of Harry Potter Candy Allergen Information

  1. Anonymous

    We will be visiting Universal in November. So excited! DD is celiac. Thank you for posting all the pics with allergen info. I had read somewhere (cannot find it now) that although the bertie botts jelly beans that are prepackaged in the box are processed in a facility with wheat, that the bulk bertie botts on the wall are not and can be safely consumed by celiacs since jelly belly beans are gluten free and not processed in a facility with wheat. Was there any allergen info for the bulk jelly beans on the wall at Honeyduke's?

  2. Amanda

    I have not been to WWoHP in over half a year, but have never checked the bulk jelly beans. As a rule of thumb I never do bulk bins due to cross contamination, but they might be dedicated for jelly beans only.

  3. Alexis

    Thank you so much for sharing this! Unfortunately, with a tree nut allergy, I can't eat any of the candy on this list, but I'll keep searching for something I can!

  4. Amanda

    This post is two years old so things might have changed between then and now! There's a Whole Foods Market near Universal Orlando so you can also stop there for safe treats 🙂

  5. Amanda

    I'm not sure what the cross contamination risk is with those I have never personally tried them.

  6. TaraTweetz

    I am Celiac but not SUPER sensitive. I'm very lucky. Has anyone had a reaction to Peppermint Frogs? They are my all time favorites.


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