Ready yourself for the onslaught of trick or treaters this Halloween with these tried and tested (and only slightly terrifying) goodies...
When you're done carving pumpkins, have a go at decorating your own terrifying ghost train.
There are gingerbread shapes, sweetie bones and lots of coloured icing to play with - the kids will love it.
Posh, Sporty, Ginger, Baby and Scary might not be overly happy to see these quirky gingerbread versions of themselves, but we like 'em. They've got snap and style.
These are trick, treat and fancy dress all in one. First, they're buns (not cupcakes), second, they are covered in sugary fondant, and third, those spooky - but smiley - faces on the top are plastic rings.
In this limited-edition Halloween Haribo pack, your tastebuds get more than they bargained for.
Instead of just your usual tangy, fizzy candies - you might end up munching on ones that are super hot or super sour - it's a lucky dip.
Love pick 'n' mix? This candy house - filled to the brim with writhing sour jelly snakes and spiders - comes with its own scoop.
This chocolate-coated number is filled with Krispy's delicious classic kreme, and no actual spiders.
These gingerbread bats luckily aren't the bloodsucking type; they're covered in chocolate and are great dunked in a mug of tea.
For a great post-dinner pick-me-up, snack on these creamy, rich vanilla, custard and orange fondant slices. Green slime not included.
So, it turns out pumpkin brains look an awful lot like jelly beans, but the bag is ideal for storing the spoils of trick or treating.
These lunchbox-sized malt loaves are chocolate-orange flavoured, and make a change from full-on sugared candies. They're quite filling too.