Halloween candy sales are expected to reach $2.5 billion this year, according to the National Confectioners Association. Halloween celebrations, which begin the busiest sales quarter for bakeries too, reach far beyond young trick-or-treaters. Bakeries get their creative juices flowing and design products that appeal to all ages. Here are a few of our favorites.
Ambrosia Bakery, Baton Rouge, LA
Halloween Petit Fours
Bennison’s Bakery, Evanston, IL
Mini Skull Cakes and Pumpkin Pastries
Bethel Bakery, Bethel Park, PA
Buttercooky Bakery, Floral Park, NY
Grandma’s Bakery, White Bear Lake, MN
Pumpkin and Monster Cookies
Grandma’s sells the plain cookies, icing and colored sprinkles or spooky eyes for customers to decorate at home.
Merritt’s Bakery, Tulsa, OK
Halloween Decorated Cookies
Porto’s Bakery, Glendale, CA
Halloween Spider and Mask
If you have a Halloween bakery product that’s generating a lot of buzz this season, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Pictured here is the Halloween Mask cake from Porto’s Bakery.