Unique Halloween Sweets & Treats for Trick or Treaters

Halloween night is less than two weeks away so now is the time to stock up on trick or treat sweets and candy to hand out on the big night. You could just be like everybody else and give out lollipops and haribo but if you want to be a little different, there are some really cool and unusual options for Halloween sweets this year.

Glow in the Dark Pumpkin Pops


buy1._V192240163_These are no ordinary lollipops – just bend the stick to make it glow in the dark. Kids love anything that glows in the dark and they’re extra fun at Halloween.

Harry Potter Chocolate Frogs


buy1._V192240163_Halloween sweets don’t have to be gross or scary. These chocolate frogs, just like the ones Harry ate on the way to Hogwarts, are actually rather sweet and come with a wizard trading card.

Cadbury Screme Eggs


buy1._V192240163_You no longer have to wait until Easter to enjoy Cadbury Creme eggs! These ‘screme’ eggs taste just┬áthe same but they have a green middle, making them a spooky treat for Halloween.

Crunchy Chocolate Spiders


buy1._V192240163_Another great Halloween treat from Cadbury.These chocolate spiders have green crunchy bits, look amazing and taste delicious.

Toxic Waste Sour Sweets


buy1._V192240163_These ‘hazardously sour’ sweets are great to put in Halloween gift bags or give out to trick or treaters.

Insect Lollipops


buy1._V192240163_These fruit flavour lollipops include a selection of edible bugs including ants, a worm, scorpion and cricket. Perfect for freaking out trick or treaters!

Frankenstein Fudge


buy1._V192240163_This fudge is just like normal fudge – it tastes delicious but has added worms! Give this out on Halloween night and they probably won’t even notice the worms in the dark until they get home!

Day of The Dead Chocolates

Whimsical Cake Company
These pastel chocolates with edible glitter are almost too pretty to eat! They’re made from Belgian chocolate and provide a delicious and luxurious treat for only your favourite trick or treaters. Get them from Not on The High Street.

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