Terrifying Treats For Halloween

TOAST's Pick of The Best Halloween Treats

Mwahahahahaa! Halloween is fast approaching and that can only mean one thing…SUGAR. Here are TOAST’s pick of the best spooky sweets and terrifying treats guaranteed to make your monster mash scarily delicious this year.

“TRICK OR TREAT!?” Don’t worry - no nasty surprises here, we’re all about the treats at TOAST.LIFE, but any sugar free dieters should probably look away now…

However you choose to spend it, Halloween just wouldn’t be Halloween without a cheeky bit of chocolate or a touch of creepy candy. From handmade chocolate skulls and devilish Day of the Dead biscuits to creepy cupcakes and chocolate eyeballs that ooze with strawberry sauce, there is a plethora of gruesome treats out there that are perfect for any Halloween celebrations that you might have lined up. 

TOAST.LIFE takes a look at some of the nastiest nibbles and spookiest sweet treats guaranteed to get your Halloween off to a sugar filled start this year. 


Chilling Chocolate

The brilliantly named Choccywoccydoodah are masters of all things chocolate and their stunning ‘Til Death Do Us Part’ cake is an amazing Halloween showstopper. It’s completely handmade and features a painted tattoo heart, roses and a life-size solid chocolate skull to boot. For a smaller but no less impressive chocolate creation, check out their hand decorated chocolate skulls. 


Choccy Woccy Skulls

Choccywoccydoodah's ‘Til Death Do Us Part’ cake £500 (single tier which provides 40-50 portions). Hand painted chocolate skulls £34.99 each. 


Nasty Nibbles

Super creative cake maker Chris Tucker has all manner of beautifully decorated and suitably terrifying treats lined up for Halloween. His eyeball and severed finger cake pops are totally revolting (but taste delicious), we love his cute biscuit bones and his show stopping bleeding heart cakes are to die for.

Halloween Pumpkins Tuck Box

Tuck Box Pumpkins

Tuck Box Prices start from £3.50 for biscuits and rise depending on the size and item you desire. Take a look at Chris's profile in our LBB for details. 

Spooky Sweets

For some seriously stylish candy perfect for children and grown ups alike then how about Spun Candy’s Halloween Mix, featuring some spooktacular designs including a human skull, the wicked witch of the west and Frankenstein himself. Their cool jars come in two different sizes and the candy is made from natural flavourings as well as being gelatine and gluten free!

Spun Candy

Spun Candy's Halloween Sweets start from £4.99 for 100g, £8.99 for 200g.


Creepy Cupcakes

Hummingbird’s creepy cupcakes, decorated with bats, broomsticks, eyeballs and other petrifying paraphernalia, look fantastic and taste absolutely delicious too. For a slightly more sophisticated Halloween treat they also do a delicious, richly spiced pumpkin pie with a shortcrust pastry base.

Hummingbird Bakery

Hummingbird Cupcakes £20.45 for a box of 6, 9 inch pumpkin pie £33.95. See their profile for contact details. 

Blood Curdling Biscuits

Biscuiteer’s brilliant biscuit creations never cease to impress and their Halloween collection is no exception. We love their Haunted House Biscuit Tin filled with hand iced creepy characters, and their seriously cool Day of the Day Biscuit Tin filled with colourful sugar skulls.

Biscuiteers Day Of The Dead

Biscuiteers Halloween Tin

Biscuiteers Halloween Tin. Both tins cost £35 each, see their profile for web and shop details.

Petrifying Pops

Give your guests a tasty fright by dishing up a selection of the POP Bakery’s brilliant Halloween cake pops, which feature intricately decorated ghosts, uncanny eyeballs, colour pop pumpkins and more. We particularly love their gruesome gravestones, but for maximum impact opt for a selection of different, deadly designs.


The Pop Bakery's Halloween Pops start from £3 each, take a look at their profile in our Little Black Book for more information. 

Spooky Sophistication

If you’re looking for seriously chic Halloween treats then take a look what Yorkshire home bakery The Whimsical Cake Company have rustled up. Their hand-iced Day of the Dead biscuits are super stylish, as are their beautifully decorated pastel coloured sugar skull Belgian chocolates. They also have some super cute ghost cookies too.

 Whimsical Cake Gohsts

Whimsical Cake Co Day Of The Dea

Day of the dead biscuits £17.19 for 2, ghosts £14.06 for 6, sugar skull chocolates £16.41 for a box of 8. Check out their profile in our Little Black book. 


Scary Skulls

How about a hand crafted chocolate skull for the centre of your Halloween table? Manchester chocolatiers Cocoa Cabana’s creepy creation is handmade with the finest high quality Belgium chocolate (choose from milk, dark or white) and hand finished with edible bronzing. The finished product is absolutely stunning – it would almost be a shame to eat it. Almost…

 Cocoa Cabana Skull (1)

Cocoa Cabana Skulls

Cocoa Cobana's skulls start from,  £29.99 each.


For more Halloween tricks and treats, take a look at TheEDIT for inspiration. 

Don’t forget to tag @ToastLifeUK in all your Halloween happenings – we would love to see your photos!


Posted in Toast Pick of the Best

by Pick of The Best
on on 20 October 2017

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