Marks & Spencer has launched a new collection of Harry Potter sweet treats in partnership with Warner Bros - and they could make ideal stocking fillers for all wizarding fans this Christmas.

The special edition M&S Harry Potter range includes a milk chocolate Sorting Hat, milk chocolate Elder Wand complete with Professor Dumbledore’s favourite – the trusty Sherbet Lemon, a milk chocolate Golden Snitch, a Harry Potter toy with chocolate wand, and the famous sweet from the books, the milk chocolate Frog.

The Harry Potter themed goodies can be found in M&S stores nationwide.

The full range

  • Harry Potter Dumbledore’s Elder wand and sherbet lemons, £5
  • Harry Potter toy with chocolate wand, £14
  • Harry Potter chocolate sorting hat, £10
  • Harry Potter chocolate frog, 65p
  • Harry Potter house crests tins, £2
  • Harry Potter golden snitch, £3
  • Harry Potter Enchanted Forest Advent Calendar, £12

Seasonal treats

Alongside the, M&S also recently unveiled its Halloween range. Shoppers can look forward to a scary Colin the Caterpillar cake ( Frankencolin the Caterpillar), vegan Firecracker Ghouliflower Popcorn, Eerie Eyeball Margarita Pizza, Mummy Meatloaf Toffee Apple Bangers and Yummy Mummy Yumnuts.

M&S also recently launched a massive one kilogram jar of Percy Pigs sweets.

The limited edition bumper container of the popular sweets is new in stores, but can also be purchased on the M&S website, for those who would rather shop online.

Sold in a weighty glass jar with Percy’s face embossed on the front, the sweets cost £15.

For those already looking forward to Christmas, the full 2020 Marks & Spencer Christmas food range has been announced and includes over 1,000 newly developed tasty treats.

April Preston, director of product development at M&S said, “This year, customers have been telling us they want to embrace the spirit of Christmas more than ever.

“We won’t want to confine Christmas to one day, we’ll be looking to extend the festive season and turn it into a series of moments, celebrating with loved ones in whatever way we can.

“Christmas isn’t a time our customers want to hold back, and food will continue to play a central part in their celebrations.

“Some of the festivities may look a bit different, some might even be virtual, but they will be more special than ever as we treat, thank, celebrate and unite with friends and family.”

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Rosalind Erskine

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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