The Least Popular Harry Potter Food At Universal Might Surprise You

Of all the fictional universes in film and literature, few are more beloved than the wizarding world of Harry Potter. It's practically every child's dream to attend the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry — and maybe every adult's, too. While seemingly no one wants to go head to head with You-Know-Who, the idea of concocting potions, flying broomsticks, and visiting Hogsmeade sounds more like a magical heaven than school. And the mountains of mouthwatering food that Hoggy Warty Hogwarts has to offer may be the most magical idea of all.

From the festive feasts in the Great Hall to the decadent desserts at Honeydukes, the Harry Potter books and films showcase some of the most incredible food, both real and imagined. Now that Universal Studios has introduced The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, muggles finally get the chance to try these tasty treats ourselves, which Bustle ranks. But of all the food from the wizarding world, which one was the least popular? HelloFresh UK conducted a survey to get to the bottom of this magical mystery, and the answer may surprise you (via FoodSided).

Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans weren't a fan favorite at Universal

Chocolate Frogs, Cauldron Cakes, Canary Creams, oh my! It's hard to make it through a Harry Potter book or movie without a grumbling stomach. That being said, some morsels from the wizarding world sound less than appetizing (via Screen Rant). The idea of chomping down on Hagrid's questionable rock cakes is enough to make nearly anyone's stomach turn. However, of all the disgusting foods from the magical universe, the least popular food is none other than Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans, according to a survey conducted by HelloFresh UK, as Food Sided reported.

While each box of this unique jellybean package includes muggle flavors such as peppermint and chocolate, there's also a strong possibility you'll stumble upon less-than-appetizing creations such as dog food, vomit, phlegm, or belly button lint, per Bustle. Clearly, this is not a chance that the crowds at Universal are willing to take — and we don't blame them. Who wants to bite into a toffee-looking bean and find out that it's actually phlegm-flavored? But while they may not make the best-tasting snack, Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans could make a great party game.

Among the fan-favorite snacks at Universal, HelloFresh UK found that Butterbeer landed in the number-one spot. Adventurous eaters may want to have a bottle of this honey-colored drink by your side to wash down any unwanted Bertie Bott's bean flavors.