Trick or treat yourself! Halloween-themed goodies that are scary delicious

Steph Arnaldo
Trick or treat yourself! Halloween-themed goodies that are scary delicious
There ghost your diet! Here's a list of eerie-sistible Halloween-themed treats for the whole fam to enjoy.

Halloween is just around the corner, and even though trick-or-treating has been put on pause yet again, that doesn’t mean you still can’t celebrate your favorite spook-tacular season at home!

After you’ve donned your Halloween costume and binged a few thrillers, gather your boys and ghouls to enjoy these delicious and boo-tiful Halloween-themed treats the whole family will enjoy. No tricks, just treats here we promise, and we guarantee it’ll be love at first eerie-sistible bite.

Krispy Kreme

Love anything sweet and spooky? Donut miss out on Krispy Kreme’s seasonal Share The Spook line, available until November 2 in all KK stores for delivery, drive-thru, pick-up, and take-out.

The collection features old and new characters: Mr. Skelly, Skelly’s Suit, Halloween Bridge, Jack the Pumpkin, Frankie, and Halloween Sprinkles. Each one is made with Krispy Kreme’s signature custard creams, dark or white chocolate icing, candies, sprinkles, and/or glazes.

A Share The Spook doughnut costs P55 a piece, P330 for a box of 6, and for a dozen, P660. Additional costs are incurred for delivery orders.

To usher in fall season, Krispy Kreme also has a new Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake doughnut, available until November 7. The orange-tinged cruller cake doughnut is topped with vanilla kreme cheese and pumpkin spice crumbs.

You can place your orders on Krispy Kreme’s website.

Estrel’s Caramel Cakes

Orange you loving the Halloween version of the classic Estrel’s caramel cake? The limited edition Halloween Pumpkin Cake is their signature chiffon cake covered in your choice of caramel or marshmallow butter, topped with orange and black icing flowers, a “Happy Halloween” decal, and a cute pumpkin cake topper (P50).

The cake, which can come with a filling or none, is available in 8″ or 10″ sizes. You can order from Estrel’s shop at 54 Scout Tobias corner Scout Limbaga Street, Brgy Laging Handa, Quezon City.

By Mary Days

For those sporting Squid Game-inspired Halloween costumes this year, why not try your hand (and tongue) at By Mary Days’ Squid Game Nama chocolate challenge?

This local shop makes rich, indulgent Nama chocolate bars in four flavors –dark chocolate truffles (P230), coffee truffles (P230), dark matcha (P230), and white matcha (P250) – designed after the hit series’ dalgona candy game. You can place your orders via By Mary Day’s Instagram page.

Merry Moo

With Merry Moo’s special Dirt and Gravel Halloween-themed flavor, you’ll be screaming for more ice cream this season – the local shop’s black sesame ice cream is mixed in with cookie dough, crushed Oreo, chocolate stones, and crushed cookies. The online-exclusive flavor costs P420 a pint and P1,350 a half-gallon.

You can place your orders on Merry Moo’s website.

Malia Home Bakery

There ghost your diet! Malia Home Bakery’s limited edition Halloween Spooky Cake is an old-fashioned chocolate cake with a coffee custard filling, topped with the cutest marshmallow ghosts.

The cake is available to order until October 29, and comes in 6″ (P750) and 8″ (P950) sizes. Customers can place their orders via Instagram or SMS at 09177221153.

Cupcakes by Sonja

Scaring is caring, especially if it’s through these bewitching Halloween cupcakes by Cupcakes by Sonja! The local bakery sells DIY Halloween Cupcakes (P500) of four different flavors, Halloween Cupcake Minis (P580) in monsterrific designs, and Halloween Cupcakes at P130 each, with designs of Dracula, a black cat, a Jack-o-lantern, and more. 

There’s also a DIY Halloween Haunted House Kit (P900) available, which comes with cookie house walls and a roof. You can place your orders over at Cupcakes by Sonja’s website. – Rappler.com

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Steph Arnaldo

If she’s not writing about food, she’s probably thinking about it. From advertising copywriter to freelance feature writer, Steph Arnaldo finally turned her part-time passion into a full-time career. She’s written about food, lifestyle, and wellness for Rappler since 2018.