If your favourite part of Halloween is the sweets, then you’ll love this. Although I’m not sure this is a Trick or Treat… From gory, to cute, to fun, here’s the best Halloween Treats out there:
Moulded from a cast of a real human skull, this is a twisted chocolate lover’s wet dream. Made from high quality Belgian Chocolate and available in three flavours, this is the perfect centerpiece for any Halloween party.
£349 from Firebox
A wickedly varied assortment of chocolates with skulls, pumpkins and eyeballs to feast your fangs on.
£12 from Hotel Chocolat
With five different designs, these Halloween Pez Dispensers are perfect for sharing. More cute than scary, you’ll have little gremlin kids eating from your hands.
Pez Dispensers cost £2.75 each from Cyber Candy
Freak people out with these Fish Head Lollipops. Disappointingly, these aren’t a tuna treat on a stick, but sour lemon flavoured; all the better for pulling scary faces.
One lollipop costs $4.50 from Archi Mc Phee
If you’ve ever had any zombie ambitions then start here with these tangy apple brain lollipops. For a true zombie experience suck on the brain juice and snarl a lot.
Brain Lollies are $2.95 from Archie McPhee
The only good type of spiders are the ones you can eat. And I’m not talking about fried tarantulas. These chocolate spiders with their goofy scowls will soon be gobbled up.
£2.66 for a bag of 5 from the Chocolate Trading Company
For a hands-on Halloween treat without too much fuss, these pre-baked and shaped gingerbread pieces are easy to assemble for small and large hands. Sweet decorations are included for the finishing touches of your sweetly scary Gingerbread house.
£15 from Not on the High Street
Choose from four hideously spooky ring characters in the shape of a pumpkin, bat, skull and zombie.
Pack of 5 for £1.50 from Chocolate Buttons
Cause a fright with these giant jelly skeletons in lip-smacking fruit flavours. Show them who’s boss by pulling them around.
26p for one from Candy-Licious