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This piece is presented by Dawley Farm Village.
Halloween candy has changed.
We understand if chocolate bars and suckers are still your comfort zone.
But if you’re willing to get a bit more current, you’ll probably be the hit of the neighborhood.
Take a look at these finds from our Dawley Farm Village stores.
Sweet meets scary in these three semi-creepy finds from Dollar Tree. First, Bloody Bites — glow-in-the-dark plastic fangs with watermelon-flavored oozing candy “blood” bags.
These candy bracelets accented with a skull charm.
And these “eyeballs” take the form of double crisp chocolate candy.
And did we mention they are only $1? Nothing scary about that!
Now, Target, where we found amazing Halloween-inspired Peeps. There’s caramel apple, with the marshmallow chicks dipped in salted caramel and marshmallow spooky cats that we suspect taste similar to their chick counterparts.
Gummy “brains” offer another one-of-a-kind treat, in cherry and green apple flavor.
And give gum a Halloween twist with these monstrous options.
And there are fun snack options, too. “Creepy” candy popcorn, pumpkin cheese balls and even Halloween-inspired veggie chips.
We understand if chocolate bars and suckers are still your comfort zone. But if you’re willing to get a bit more current, you’ll probably be the hit of the neighborhood.