Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Hershey's Halloween Line Halloween Gift Guide 2017

This Halloween you can be ready for witches, warlocks, ghosts, ghouls and other characters that show up at your house with all things Hershey’s with the Halloween Line of goodies which includes

Spooky Sweets 30 Piece Snack Mix candy bars assortment includes Pumpkin shaped York Patties, Reese’s Pumpkins, Reese’s White Chocolate Ghosts, Cookies and Cream Tombstones, Milk Chocolate Tombstone and Reese’s Cups.  
Kit Kat Halloween King Size Bar  A classic favorite with a Halloween twist now available in King Size with spooky messages stamped onto each individual piece.
 Reese’s Peanut Butter Pumpkins These pumpkin shaped treats made of milk chocolate and filled with creamy peanut butter are a Halloween classic perfect for any party or trick-or-treater.


Reese’s Peanut Butter White Pumpkins  Not all pumpkins are meant for carving, especially when they are coated with white crème and filled with creamy peanut butter.

Reese’s Pieces Peanut Butter Cup Snack Size Reese’s Cups stuffed with Reese’s Pieces is now available in snack size, the perfect crowd-pleasing treat for any fall festivity.

Hershey’s Cookies N Crème Skulls These cookies ‘n’ crème chocolates, wrapped in skull-themed foils, are delicious enough to wake the dead. Complement your Día de Los Muertos or Halloween celebrations with these ghoulish treats.

Reese’s Peanut Butter Spooky Eyeballs Bring fun and fantasy to your Halloween with these spooky foils sure to delight your party guests.

I have never found a chocolate that I have never liked and I really enjoyed trying these and looking forward to handing these out to trick-or-treaters. My new favorite is the white chocolate peanut butter pumpkins and ghost.

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