You can forgo the trick and head straight for the treat with these deliciously dreadful desserts. Celebrate the spookiest day of the year by sinking your teeth into these wonderfully wicked Halloween treats.



From spiders and skeletons, to mummies and monsters, this creepy collection of beautiful hand-iced biscuits by Biscuiteers has everything you need to create a little Halloween magic. For those looking for some eery entertainment the whole family can enjoy this half term, why not try your hand at decorating yourself with their DIY Sugar Skulls kit? 

Available for purchase online or in-store.



The perfect thing to share with family and friends, Hummingbird Bakery’s Halloween collection includes some spectacularly spooky designs. The Frankenstein Cake is sure to be bolting off the shelves, the Chocolate Whoopie Pies have a real bite to them, and let’s not forget the selection boxes of Halloween cupcakes, they would make for a truly gruesome gift. 

Available now to buy online and in-stores nationwide.



Cake or Death has concocted a series of limited edition Halloween brownies, inspired by the favourite Autumnal flavour; Pumpkin Spice. Their signature vegan brownie mix has been gently spiced, rippled with a gooey red Biscoff spread and topped with spooky homemade gingerbread pumpkins and bats.

Available to purchase online, with nationwide delivery.



This Halloween, the bakers at Patisserie Valerie have lovingly handmade a range of frightfully delicious limited-edition cakes. You have the Chocolate Orange Halloween Cake, the Pumpkin Spiced Latte Cake and the Toffee Apple Cake to choose from, although we can almost guarantee you that one slice won’t be enough. 

All cakes are available in multiple sizes and can be purchased in-store or online.




This year Ottolenghi is releasing some seriously spooky treats. Why not try the Vanilla Shortbread ‘Mummified’ Ghost Biscuits, with white chocolate ‘bandages’ and dark chocolate eyes? Or the Sesame Halva Rice Krispy Trick-or-Treats, made with brown butter marshmallow goo and dipped in milk chocolate and sprinkled with sea salt? 

Available until Halloween at all Ottolenghi locations.



Halloween is set to be a showstopper this year at Crosstown Doughnuts. They have concocted some delicious new dough bites, made with black cocoa dough, filled with homemade raspberry jam, topped with a dark berry glaze and finished with some suitably spooky decorations. 

Available to buy in-store or online until the 31st of October.


There’s something wickedly sweet in the air at Gail’s Bakery. Emerging from the oven this year are the Speculoos Skeleton Cookies and the creepy Monster Fingers, which are chewy almond macaroons, oozing with gooey raspberry jam and topped with a whole blanched almond fingernail. 

Available now to buy online and in-stores nationwide.