The Harry Potter Snack Bonnie Wright Wishes Were Real

This one's for all the loyal Harry Potter fans out there. If you're a self-proclaimed HP buff, you're likely familiar with Honeydukes, the popular sweet shop in the heart of the Hogsmeade village. In the books and films, Hogwarts students, families, and townsfolk frequent the candy store to stock up on Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans, Fizzing Whizzbees sherbet balls, Drooble's Best Blowing Gum, Cockroach Clusters, Toothflossing Stringmints, exploding bonbons, and many more extraordinary indulgences. The whimsical, magical confectionery has become a legendary setting of the story — so much that fans crave the goodies and dream that they were actually obtainable (Well, some of them, at least!).

In the Harry Potter film franchise, Ginny Weasley, Ron's sister and the youngest sibling of the beloved redheaded clan, is played by English actress Bonnie Wright. Wright was a guest on "Deglazed," a Yahoo Life series, during which she revealed some of her favorite treats, including one that is unfortunately fictional.

Bonnie Wright wishes chocolate frogs were real

On "Deglazed," Bonnie Wright (who sports vivid red locks in real life) shared her culinary preferences including her go-to menu, and of course, her hankerings for Harry Potter-inspired fantasy grub. For Wright, the Honeydukes treats she wishes she could savor are the chocolate frogs that are a challenge to eat seeing as how they hop around quite a bit.

Wright explained in her interview that she'd be enthusiastic about having hopping chocolate frogs. However, since Honeydukes' chocolate frogs were granted their life-like leaping abilities by using 70% croakoa in the recipe, it's unlikely that Wright will have her wish granted. 

If you are looking for a place with plenty of iconic fare from Harry Potter's world, you can visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme park inside Universal Studios Orlando or Hollywood. Butterbeer, a butterscotch-flavored, booze-free libation that characters can't get enough of is one of the many Harry Potter-inspired offerings. However, Wright says that while her preference among the several varieties of Butterbeer was the frozen version, the sweetness of the drink may be too overpowering for her to enjoy an entire cup.

As for those chocolate frogs, you can purchase as many of them in the brick-and-mortar Honeydukes replica as your heart desires. Thankfully (or sadly, whichever you choose), they're not animated amphibians.