Forget the flashlights: These adorable versions of the candy store classic glow in the dark. Available in six designs, including a vampire, pumpkin, witch, and bat.To buy: $2 for one dispenser and two rolls of candy, pez.com.Featured October 2011
Who says Halloween’s just for kids? Inside these hand-painted shells you’ll find a rich caramel filling flavored with cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg for a delicious, grown-up sweet.To buy: $29 for a nine-piece box, johnandkiras.com.
Pillowy soft and sweet, these are just the kind of phantoms you’ll want haunting your house this year.To buy: $2 for a nine-piece box (3.75-ounces) at supermarkets.
Cupcake aficionados will appreciate the generous frosting-to-cake ratio on these delectable desserts topped with candy cats or skeletons.To buy: $50 for 12 cupcakes, sascupcakes.com.
Peter won’t be the only pumpkin eater when you set out a bowl of chocolate-and–peanut butter confections shaped like the quintessential fall squash.To buy: $1 for one 1.2-ounce candy at supermarkets and drugstores.
It’s frightening how easy it is to dress up even store-bought baked goods with spooky spider, skull, and black sugar sprinkles.To buy: $6 for a 5.64-ounce set of three sprinkles, michaels.com for stores.
Make this year’s trick an icy treat. Skip the pie and opt for a scoop of this rich and creamy refresher.To buy: $6 for a 1.75-quart container, Whole Foods Markets.
Take a bite out of your most feared Halloween character, whether it’s a wicked witch or Frankenstein’s monster, with milk and white chocolate villains on sticks.To buy: $20 for five pops, thepopcornfactory.com.See all Daily Finds from this month