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Halloween, Desserts, Events, Food

12 Halloween-inspired treats you can buy in Toronto

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Liora Ipsum Oct 20, 2016 3:44 am 113

Halloween candy isn’t just for kids.

Although the novelty of full-sized chocolate bars might seem somewhat less exciting once you’re able to buy them yourself at every corner store – fear not! Toronto is full of creepy treats that will delight all ages.

Here are some of the best spooky sweets in the 6ix available for Halloween this year.

Dulce de Leche Skulls from Laura Slack

Everyday is Halloween for this Toronto chocolate maker specializing in skull-shaped truffles. Find Laura Slack chocolates for sale at fine foods retailers across Toronto as well as Slack’s HQ, Maisonette in the Distillery District.

Address: 12 Tank House Lane, Toronto
Phone: 416-618-6041
Instagram: @lauraslackchocolate

Creepy crawly chocolates from The Chocolateria

Turn up the fear factor with these chocolate tasting bars embedded with real dried crickets and mealworms. Also available, chocolate coated bug bites.

Address: 361 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto
Phone: 416-588-0567
Instagram: @thechocolateria

Cakes and cupcakes from Le Dolci

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Brains! Mummies! Graveyards and more.

Address: 1006 Dundas Street West, Toronto
Phone: 416-262-3400
Instagram: @ledolci

Ghostly macarons from Bake Code

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Daan Go sweets from Christopher Siu (of Masterchef Canada fame) are available all month long at this Tawainese bake shop in Markham. Downtown, find them for sale at the Toronto Bakers Market happening on October 30.

Address: 4910 Yonge Street, North York
Phone: 647-346-3888
Instagram: @bakecode

Choco-pops from Chocosol Traders

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Apart from their appearance, these Halloween treats aren’t really that scary. They’re ethical, sustainable, wholesome, and made from bean-to-bar right here in Toronto.

Address: 1131 St Clair Avenue West, Toronto
Phone: 416-923-6675
Instagram: @chocosoltraders

Spookylicious gummies from Squish

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Brains, wicked witches and creepy crawly tarantulas are in store from this Canadian candy maker with a Toronto outpost inside the flagship Hudson’s Bay store at Yonge and Queen.

Address: Hudson’s Bay, 176 Yonge Street, Toronto
Phone: 416-504-4844
Instagram: @squishcandy

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The Voodoo Child at Voodoo Child

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If candy isn’t your thing, try the signature drink at this College Street cafe and cocktail bar. The skull-shaped cup comes filled with a double shot of espresso, milk and cream. You can even have it spiked with bourbon, triple sec and Kahlua if you dare.

Address: 388 College Street, Toronto
Phone: 647-748-1011
Instagram: @voodoochildcafe

Pumpkin Pie Caramels at The Golden Apple

These skull-printed sweets filled with seasonal flavours are for sale at this confectioner in Liberty Village.

Address: 171 E Liberty Street #142, Toronto
Phone: 416-531-4664
Instagram: @thegoldenappletoronto

Petit pumpkins from Nadege

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Get your sweet fix with these pumpkin cakes featuring layers of chocolate, caramel and coconut.

Address: 780 Queen Street West, Toronto
Phone: 416-368-2009

Address: 1099 Yonge Street, Toronto
Phone: 416-968-2011

Address: The PATH, Richmond Adelaide Centre, Toronto
Phone: 416-350-2014

Address: Yorkdale Mall, 3401 Dufferin Street, Toronto
Phone: 416-789-2016
Instagram: @nadegetoronto

Chocolate Pumpkins from The Chocolate Messenger

Chocolate pumpkins are sure to cast a spell over Toronto choco-holics.

Address: 1645 Bayview Avenue, Toronto
Phone: 416-488-1414
Instagram: @thechocolatemessenger

The McQueen Cake at Moroco Chocolat

This dark chocolate truffle cake features a mirror glaze over peanut butter mousse and comes adorned with a chocolate skull.

Address: 215 Madison Avenue, Toronto
Phone: 416-929-2424
Instagram: @morocochocolat

Jackolantern candies from Papabubble

Stock up on trick or treat mix featuring spider, cat and pumpkin hard candies.

Address: 3360 Yonge Street, Toronto
Phone: 416-483-3360
Instagram: @papabubble_toronto


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Liora Ipsum
Daily Hive's Toronto Food Editor. Follow me on Instagram

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