10 Spooky-Cute Sweets to Treat Yourself to This Halloween

Creepy cakes and cookies, petrifying pastries, and more.

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PHOTO BY Facebook/M Bakery PH, Bizu ILLUSTRATION Warren Espejo

(SPOT.ph) We’re well toward the end of October, and that means only one thing: It’s almost Halloween, Spotters! And if you’re anything like us, that basically means it’s the time of the year where we’ve got all the excuses to go gorge on all things sweet. Aside from the usual candy bars that you can get from trick-or-treating, you can also sate that sugary hankering with desserts especially made for the holiday—standout versions of which we’ve rounded up on this list.

Also read: 10 Great Cakes That Will Never Go Out of Style

These sweet Halloween treats will get you in a spooky mood:

Halloween Specials from Bizu

Halloween Specials from Bizu
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Dessert shop Bizu’s going all out for Halloween, as they’ve got a whole slew of desserts and confections right in time for the occasion! You can get creative and channel your inner child with the DIY Fuzzy Monster Cake Story Kit (P3,540), which comes with everything you need to decorate your own monster cake; you can also go for one of their bite-sized treats like the Spider Chocolate Macarons (starts at P600/box of eight) or Gooey Monster Cookies (P195). And if you’re looking to treat someone special, you can go for one of their Trick or Treat Boxes (starts at P585/small), which have an assortment of their Halloween candies and baked goods. Just head to their website to place an order.

For orders, visit Bizu’s website. You can also check out their Facebook page.

Paint-Your-Own Halloween Treats Kit from Lerio Chocolate

Paint-Your-Own Halloween Treats Kit from Lerio Chocolate
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Playing with your food might be generally frowned upon, but you’re more than welcome to do just that with the Paint-Your-Own Halloween Treats Kit (P650) by Lerio Chocolate! Here, the local bean-to-bar brand lets you sate the chocolate hankering the more complex-tasting way, as they use their own single-estate 65% dark chocolate, molded in spooky shapes that you can then decorate with the included chocolate paints and sprinkles. Each set comes with paint brushes and a mini-palette, too. Simply fill out Lerio Chocolate’s order form to get your hands on these sets.

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For orders, fill out Lerio Chocolate’s order form. You can also check out their Facebook page.

Halloween Pumpkin Cake from Estrel’s Caramel Cake

Halloween Pumpkin Cake from Estrel’s Caramel Cake
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Estrel’s is one of those spots that make an excellent version of caramel cake. They placed second on our 2019 Top 10 Caramel Cakes in Manila list thanks to its light sponge cake and rich and velvety caramel icing! The homegrown brand gives it a Halloween-themed spin in the Halloween Pumpkin Cake, where the cake is dotted with orange and black icing flowers as per the season’s classic color scheme. You can even add a Halloween pumpkin topper (P50) to up the Halloween feels even further! Just give them a call to place an order.

For orders, contact 8372-2965. You can also check out Estrel's Caramel Cakes’ Facebook page.

Halloween Spooky Cake from Malia Home Bakery

Halloween Spooky Cake from Malia Home Bakery
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Really, what’s Halloween without chocolate? Beyond the usual trick-or-treat chocolate candy bars, you can also go the more grand route with a good ol’ chocolate cake—like the limited-edition Halloween Spooky Cake (P750/six inches, P950/eight inches) by Quezon City-based shop Malia Home Bakery. You can’t beat its combo of an old-fashioned chocolate cake with a dark front that practically glistens against the light, plus a light coffee custard in between—but the kicker is its topping of marshmallows decorated to look like ghosts. Just message them on social media to get your fix.

For orders, send a message to Malia Home Bakery on Facebook or Instagram.

Halloween Doughnuts from Krispy Kreme

Halloween Doughnuts from Krispy Kreme
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Who can ever resist the siren call of deep-fried dough? Not us, especially not this time of the year! Krispy Kreme’s got a special line of doughnuts for Halloween (starts at P325/box of six with three Halloween doughnuts, three Original Glazed doughnuts). These come in playful, spooky decorations that include Jack the Pumpkin, Mr. Skelly, and more! Go ahead and visit Krispy Kreme’s website to get your fix.

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For orders, visit Krispy Kreme’s delivery website. You can also check out their Facebook page.

Monster Cake from M Bakery

Monster Cake from M Bakery
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There’s nothing like a whimsical Halloween cake to really drive home the freaky feels, and M Bakery’s got your back with their Monster Cake (P2,350/six inches, P2,950/nine inches)! These desserts are decorated such that they resemble fuzzy monsters—googly eyes, icing “fur” and all. You can take your pick from a vanilla or chocolate cake base, and the icing comes in fun colors like green, orange, blue, yellow, and peach. You can give the branch nearest you a call to get your fix.

For orders, contact 0917-822-1262 (Rockwell), or 0917-6331718 or 8847-9829 (BGC). For more information, check out M Bakery PH’s Facebook page.

Cakes, Cookies + More from Manila Marriott Hotel

halloween desserts from Manila Marriott Hotel
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Marriott Hotel’s bringing out their sinister side with sweets and savories all especially made for Halloween! If you’re throwing your own small shindig, check out their Halloween Party at Home Kit (P2,800/good for two to three), a complete meal set with courses that include the Frankenstein’s Joint (a.k.a. crispy pork pata), Brain & Eyeball Pasta (a.k.a. spaghetti and meatball sauce), and more. For a sweet ending, you can also go for one of their cakes, like the chocolate-raspberry tinged Black Cat Sacher Torte (P1,300) or pumpkin-chocolate flavored Halloween Entremet (P1,300), or get the Halloween Cookies (P400/six pieces) or Witch Finger Cookies (P80/two pieces) for easy gifting. Go ahead and give them a call to place your orders.

For orders, contact 0917-859-9521. You can also check out Manila Marriott Hotel’s Facebook page.

Cookies n’ Cream Puffs from Pastries by Bela

Cookies n’ Cream Puffs from Pastries by Bela
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Cream puffs are a well-loved dessert for how they pair together a light choux pastry and a creamy filling. For Halloween, Pastries by Bela takes it out for an ice-cream esque spin by flavoring it a la cookies and cream, to form the eponymous Cookies n’ Cream Puffs (P495/box of six)! Within each pastry is a lush cream infused with Oreo—plus it’s got more crushed Oreos and white chocolate on top to emphasize that winning combo of creamy plus bittersweet. You can visit their Cococart website to try it yourself; note that this special flavor will only be available until November.

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For orders, visit Pastries by Bela’s Cococart website. You can also check out their Facebook page.

Sweet and Spooky Treats from Grand Hyatt Manila

Sweet and Spooky Treats from Grand Hyatt Manila
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Freshly baked treats with frightening Halloween decorations is the name of the game for Grand Hyatt Manila. There’s the jack-o’-lantern esque Burnt Honey Cake (P1,850) with the warm and toffee-like flavors of burnt honey and dulce de leche; you can also try their classic Pumpkin Pie (P900) that’s got the silhouette of the Wicket Witch embellished on top. Perhaps the most adorable of the lot is the Pumpkin Cupcake (P250/piece), which resembles mini-pumpkins! Place your orders by giving Grand Hyatt Manila’s Tablecheck website a visit.

For orders, visit Grand Hyatt Manila’s Tablecheck website. You can also check out their Facebook page.

Spooky Red Velvet Cake from Paper Moon Cafe

Spooky Red Velvet from Paper Moon Cafe
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Classic red velvet cake’s namesake color makes it a perfect bloody-delish Halloween treat—especially when it’s adorned with what looks like tiny white ghosts! Give Paper Moon Cafe’s Spooky Red Velvet a try; it pairs chocolate and red velvet chiffon-cake layers with a cream-cheese mousse, and even comes topped with light, puffy meringue “ghosts” that are almost too cute to eat. You can get it in the Medium (P1,400) or Large (P2,400) sizes by visiting their website.

For orders, visit Paper Moon Cafe’s website. You can also check out their Facebook page.

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