Bakeries and other retailers have introduced spooky and tasty items to celebrate Halloween this month.
Krispy Kreme has introduced its new Scary Sweet Monster Doughnuts. The sweet takes on classic Halloween monsters include:
Gigi's Cupcakes launched its Boo Box, available through the end of the month at all Gigi’s locations across the US and through the new Gigi’s app for mobile ordering. The box of monstrous mini cupcakes features unique flavors including:
The Spooky Box from Duck Donuts features twelve colorful, unique flavor and topping combinations, as well as three limited-time flavors: pumpkin icing, apple and streusel topping. The Halloween-inspired donuts include:
National online gourmet gifting company Bake Me A Wish! is offering a wide selection of COVID-friendly gourmet bakery treats for Halloween, during a year when many customers won’t be celebrating in the same ways they normally would.
The seasonal selection includes old time candy favorites such as the Butterfinger Candy Cake, Baby Ruth Candy Cake and the Nestle Crunch Candy Cake, delivered right to customers’ doors in time for Halloween.
Baked by Melissa is providing a safe way to enjoy the sweet treats of the season. Available in a variety of gift packs, the bite-sized cupcake bakery’s Halloween collection features several spooky flavors. Among the flavors are Midnight Munchies (chocolate cake with pretzel icing, dulce de leche stuffing and topped with potato chip & pretzel chocolate brittle), Bear-ied Alive (chocolate cake with chocolate icing, chocolate pudding stuffing and topped with Oreo crumbs and a gummy bear), Spooky Tie Dye (tie dye vanilla cake) and more.