Halloween Treats You’ll Love This October 31st

The time has come to take a closer look at 13 Halloween treats. Truly terrifying, yet brilliant gifts that will get you in the mood for the spookiest season of them all.

So far we’ve covered Happy Halloween Cards and Halloween Party supplies, now let’s focus on the treats (no tricks allowed). Gift ideas to surprise and scare – for you, your family and your friends – stay to the end and there’s even a treat for your dog.
Halloween Sweatshirt

First in our list of 13 Halloween treats is the perfect sweatshirt for Hallows Eve. It’s Pumpkin time with this hi-tech polyester sweater. Made from breathable fabrics that are super soft to touch, you’ll be as toasty as a Pumpkin Latte, no matter how chilly the October nights get.

Halloween Sweatshirt. €35.00 from Salty Karrot


Halloween Sounds Megaphone

Freak out your Halloween party guests with the sinister noises of the Halloween Sounds Megaphone; Halloween treats don’t come creepier! The megaphone has 4 nightmarish audio effects, including: wolf, laugh, scream and thunder. Use them all to terrify your friends and family on the scariest night of the year.

Halloween Sounds Megaphone. €14.95 from Monsterzeug
Red Skulls And Roses Cushion

Celebrating biker culture with bony white skulls garlanded in red roses; treat your home to an eerie update with this cool cushion.

Red Skulls And Roses Cushion. £14.50 (cover only); £18.50 (with cushion pad) from Alhambra Home & Garden.
The Man and The Balloon By Jaco Putker

If you’re looking for Halloween treats with artistic flair, you can’t go wrong with a spooky print. With it’s intricate skull focal point, The Man and The Balloon by Jaco Putker is a superb choice. This limited edition art piece is an etching / engraving on paper, with just 20 available. A rare and special find, the artwork is signed and numbered on the front.

The Man and The Balloon Artwork. £122.00 from Artfinder.
Haynes Zombie Survival Manual

This Zombie Survival Manual is jam-packed full of techniques you’ll need during an attack of the dead; along with mental preparations needed to help you keep your cool. Written by self-confessed Zombie expert and survivalist, Sean T Page, you can learn all you need to know about protecting your loved ones, keeping food sources high, and the physical training required to fight off the walking dead.

Haynes Zombie Survival Manual. £14.95 from Prezzybox
Tinned Fear Boiled Sweets

Every monster, big and small, will delight in this range of Hoxton Street Monster Supplies. Each tin contains the precise emotion on the label, prepared in the form of boiled sweets. Tins include: ‘A Vague Sense of Unease’ by Laura Dockrill, ‘The Collywobbles’ by Nick Hornby, ‘The Heebie Jeebies’ by David Nicholls, ‘Escalating Panic’ by Joe Dunthorne, and ‘Mortal Terror’ by Zadie Smith. A sure way to spook your friends and family this Hallows Eve.

Tinned Fear. £35.00 from Hoxton Street Monster Supplies.
Ossibus Skeleton Pendant

This stylish skeleton pendant is cast in solid sterling silver, then plated in 18ct yellow gold. A polished finish is then added to contrast against the dark, oxidised, sterling silver chain. This stylish skeleton pendant features fantastic details such as a bumpy spine, hollowed-out ribcage and has moving arms and legs, making it incredibly tactile. This necklace is hallmarked in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter as identification of genuine solid 925 sterling silver.

Skeleton Pendant. £130.00 from Fou Jewellery for IN-SPACES.
Skeleton Hand Jewellery Tidy

Keep your jewellery in the palm of your hand (kind of) with the Skeleton Hand Jewellery Tidy. A great accessory for fans of macabre style, this bony hand can hold anything from watches to rings and bracelets to earrings. Each digit moves independently so you can reposition them to suit your needs. This handy helper can also store earrings, coins, keys, and trinkets in the wooden dish at the bottom. A halloween treat for anyone who enjoys a bit of spooky style.

Skeleton Jewellery Tidy. £30.00 from Suck UK for Red Candy.
Mini Skull Plant Pot

Treat yourself to some super cute & spooky mini plant pot skulls. Made from white ceramic with a shiny, glazed finish; their wicked grins come alive when you add mini shrubs or succulents.

Mini Skull Plant Pot. £8.50 from MiaFleur.
Inkhead Mug

The magnificent Inkhead Mug is designed by Florian Hutter and features an incredibly intense rose skull tattoo. Made from English bone china in Stoke-on-Trent the illustrations are applied using a multi-layer, multi screen printing process for extraordinary tonal depth; creating an image that is rich with detail and ideal for a Halloween brew.

Inkhead Mug. £17.00 from Rume.
Bat Necklace
halloween treats - bat necklace by neon polka

Add a fiendish creature to your Hallows Eve outfit with this unique Bat Pendant. The necklace is made of silver plated brass and has a length of 45 cm; while the Bat charm is made of perspex. Available in different colours and opacities; the bat measures 60 mm x 21 mm.

Bat Pendant. €19.90 from Neon Polka.
Day of the Dead Biscuit Tin

Inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead, Biscuiteers brand new Halloween biscuit tin is full of intricately detailed, hand-iced sugar skulls. Beautifully presented in an illustrated gift tin, the biscuit tin features up to 12 delicious chocolate biscuits; Halloween treats have never been so tasty.

Day of the Dead Biscuit Tin. £39.50 from Biscuiteers.
Halloween Treats for Devilish Dogs
This year even man’s best friend can have Halloween treats! Make sure your pooch isn’t left out of the ghoulish festivities with their very own present.

The Halloween Stick Toy Range for Dogs

A great toy for your dogs to play with this October, The Halloween Sticks are a safer option for your dog to fetch in the spooky season than a real stick, which can harm dogs teeth and gums. Made from recycled rubber with a built in rope for throwing. These sticks even come complete with glow in the dark eyes for extra spook factor.

Halloween Toys for Dogs. $14.99 (AUD) from DOOG.