At least some content in this article is derived from information featured in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery. Spoilers will be present within the article.
- "Enjoy these pumpkin-filled treats."
Miranda Goshawk writes in the Book of Spells that some students use the Hardening Charm to play tricks on other students, such turning a pumpkin pasty to the consistency of stone just before someone bites into it.
Behind the scenes
- Pasties are a traditional baked meat and pastry pie. This indicates that Pumpkin Pasties are similar fare, using pumpkin as the filling instead of meat and vegetables.
- In the PC versions of the video games, pumpkin pasties along with cauldron cakes can be collected and traded as currency, much to the Honeydukes Chef's dismay (acting similar to a dollar foil to Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans in a sense). Though in the other video games, they are mainly used as healing items, or in the GBA version of The Philosopher's Stone, a stamina booster.
- Also in the video games, the pasties resemble actual miniature pumpkins instead of a pie. Some renditions also show them with a carved face as well.
- In some games, "pasty" is sometimes misspelled as "pastry".
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- Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
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