By Nick Romano
June 13, 2017 at 01:16 PM EDT

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando has a new take on a sweet treat direct from the books.

Cauldron Cakes popped up in J.K. Rowling’s Potter series as tasty delights off the Honeydukes trolley on the Hogwarts Express and at the main shop in Hogsmeade. A previous version of the baked good was released at the Wizarding World park as a chocolate cake filled with mousse. According to the Orlando Informer, it now consists of yellow and orange buttercream icing packed in a mini black reusable cauldron.

Park-goers can purchase Cauldron Cakes from Honeydukes or Sugarplum’s Sweet Shop on Diagon Alley for $9.95 each, whereas the previous iteration ran for $3.95.

Attendees of the Wizarding World have already begun unpacking the new Cauldron Cakes from the hallowed halls of the Leaky Cauldron, where other magical delicacies, like Butterbeer, are offered. See more photos below.