Halloween picks
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Halloween Product Picks


It’s officially spooky season, so I’ve rounded up my favourite Halloween products…

Last year it felt like everything was pumpkin spice flavour, and I have to admit that I’m not a huge fan. So I was pleased to see some different flavours, and some exciting new launches this Halloween.

Here are my favourite products…

The Marshmallowist Halloween Teacakes

I love The Marshmallowist’s teacakes, they make such fun and delicious products! There are four different flavours in this Halloween box

Petrified plum - with spiced mallow, and a damson plum centre.

Ooey gooey eyeball - with a toasted mallow, and rich chocolate ganache.

Witches get stitches - with flavours of apple and cinnamon.

Halloween moon - with a pecan mallow, and rich caramel centre.

And they look incredible too!

Fortnum & Mason Skull Hot Chocolate Melt


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Not only is it spooky season, it's also hot chocolate season, and new in Fortnum’s Halloween range is this creepy skull hot chocolate stirrer*.

This is made in Belgium by a family of chocolatiers, and inside the skull are vegan marshmallows to make an extra sweet and delicious hot chocolate.

Daylesford Halloween Sausage Dog Biscuit

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I’ve got two dachshunds and I’m a sucker for any products with sausage dogs on, so of course this had to be one of my product picks.

This biscuit is decorated with royal and fondant icing to create a vampire sausage dog.

Chococo Caramelised Chocolate Pumpkin


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Chococo’s caramelised chocolate pumpkin is coated in a natural gold shimmer, and it really stands out. It’s made with a creamy caramelised white chocolate, and is filled with little spider chocolates.

Chococo also sell a vegan oat milk version too.

Bettys Marzipan & Sponge Pumpkins


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How cute are these?! These little pumpkins are handmade at Bettys bakery in Harrogate, and are new in their Halloween range this year.

They are made with Genoese sponge, filled with vanilla buttercream, coated with marzipan, and are decorated with royal icing and an almond stalk.

The Bottled Baking Co Spooktacular Chocolate Orange Cookie Mix

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The Bottled Baking Co have made it super easy for you to make your own Halloween cookies.

This mix makes oaty cookies, with creamy orange chocolate. And there are some spooky decorations included so you can have some fun decorating your biscuits.

Hotel Chocolat Wingston the Bat


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Wingston the Bat contains 16 individually wrapped 70% dark chocolates that are moulded into spooky shapes including bats, ghosts and skulls.

These chocolates are vegan too. And I love the packaging design!

Biscuiteers Skeleton


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You can always rely on Biscuiteers for some intricately decorated biscuits, and I love this skeleton in their Halloween range.

This ginger biscuit is decorated with black and bright green icing, and it comes packed into one of their letterbox gift boxes so it's great to send in the post as a present.

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