Halloween is about three months away, and I’ve got a hankerin’ for a spooky treat. Problem is, most places don’t yet have their Halloween collections out. But a few places know that every day is Halloween.
If you’re in the mood for a skull, anatomically correct models can be had for a pretty penny; more fanciful ones for a pittance. Note: all photos link to the product. Because I’m no tease.
Bond Street has a new Fall Collection, but I love their tin of chocolate skulls from the Divine Collection. You can’t buy them online, but you can give them a call.
If you’re not ready for something quite so scary, try pumpkin bon-bons, or a darling owl, though the shipping on the owl may set you back if you’re in the U.S.
Here’s a gift for that special person from whom you stole a job or a lover. Delivered with the note: “eat your heart out.”
Oreo fans have a number of choices, from whimsical to elegant.
Several shops have entire lines of spooky chocolates available. Be sure to click through to see all the delightful offerings! In addition to the Zombie Bar, Sugar Plum also offers a Halloween Pizza, and a Clown Lollipop. You have to give them credit for including the latter under Halloween. Li-Lac has a full page of creepy candy, including Mummy in a Coffin, Death Pops, and Bat Pops. Morke’s has an irresistible Eyeball Box.
The Frosted Petticoat has some of the loveliest chocolates I’ve seen. They have a full line of scary stuff for the discerning that won’t break your budget.
If you’re handy in the kitchen, you can make your own spooky chocolate with molds from Trace Stuff.
But if you aren’t, we’ll never tell.