We don’t want any tricks, but we sure can’t turn down those treats! Halloween is coming up in a few weeks, and now is the time to put together scary costumes, carve jack-o-lanterns and stock the house with a variety of Halloween candy to satisfy the sweet tooth of trick-or-treaters (and maybe a few snackers in the house…).
Whether you prefer traditional wrapped candy or party-ready snacks, our selection of Halloween treats will make your taste buds happy.
Halloween Candy for Trick-or-Treaters
These little morsels are individually wrapped and ready to hand out when your doorbell rings. Browse our large selection, or try a few of our favorites:
Hershey’s Nuggets Assortment
The chocolate lovers in the crowd will go wild for this mix of four types of Hershey’s Nuggets chocolate bars: Milk Chocolate, Extra Creamy Milk Chocolate with Toffee & Almonds, Milk Chocolate with Almonds and Special Dark Chocolate with Almonds.
Sweet, soft and chewy, these traditional caramels are a crowd-pleaser.
Dum-Dum lollipops have been a Halloween candy favorite for generations. The company started with seven flavors back in 1924, and now there are 34 flavors, ranging from sour apple and strawberry to root beer and buttered popcorn. The assortment of 16 available flavors rotates every year.
Organic Butterscotch Drops
Yummy Earth’s Organic Hopscotch Butterscotch drops are made with organic ingredients and have that classic butterscotch flavor that makes it hard to eat just one.
Halloween Treats for Parties
Fall Yogurt Pretzels
These pretzels are delicious and festive — they are dipped in white yogurt and drizzled with orange and brown fall colors.
Halloween Gummy Worms
Creepy, crawly and yummy! These multicolored gummy worms are hits with little kids and big kids alike.
Pumpkin Spice Malted Milk Balls
Combine a traditional malted milk ball with pumpkin pie filling and you have this tasty pumpkin spice malted milk ball.
Nothing says Halloween like a handful of orange, yellow and white candy corn. Put out a bowl at your Halloween bash and watch it disappear!
What is your favorite kind of Halloween candy?