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Toronto’s Best Halloween Treats for Adult Tastes

Toronto’s Best Halloween Treats for Adult Tastes

Toronto’s Best Halloween Treats for Adult Tastes

Being too old to trick-or-treat isn't a death knell for Halloween fun. Embrace the spooky, scary and strange knowing that Toronto's best Halloween treats for adult tastes guarantee a devilishly good time. From sophisticated sweets made for mature palates to savoury bites, cocktails, and more, the city has plenty of inspiring Halloween indulgences for those looking beyond ho-hum handouts.

Unlike the bitty bars lurking at the bottom of kids' candy bags, these goodies are sure to satisfy. This Halloween, act your age and revel in your most wickedly delicious celebration yet.

130 Eglinton Ave E

The Social Blend

The Social Blend

Inspired by Netflix's runaway hit Squid Game, The Social Blend's Halloween Theme Box includes nine macarons in flavours ranging from pumpkin and taro milk tea to goguma and matcha Kit Kat. Available for preorder pickup or delivery on the company's website, each $40 box is the perfect accompaniment to binge-watching the hair-raising series on Halloween night.

5 St Joseph St

The Alley

The Alley

Available for a limited time, The Alley's Spooky Banana Smoothie combines a chocolate smoothie with Oreo crumbs and a tombstone cookie. It may not wake the living dead but it's guaranteed to bewitch kids. Drink this one before the little monsters hunt you down.

653 Dupont St

Stubbe Chocolates

Stubbe Chocolates

It doesn't get much more fright-night fitting than Stubbe's brightly-hued, truffle-filled chocolate jack-o'-lantern. Still, with truffles ranging in flavour from blood orange to balsamic vinegar -- each one as sleek and elegant as Count Dracula himself -- this luxury is decidedly mature.

1162 Queen St W

The Grand Order of Divine Sweets

The Grand Order of Divine Sweets

The Grand Order of Divine Sweets' new Friday the 13th cake -- perfect alongside blood splatter cookies -- brings nightmares to life. Still, if your tastes lean more festive than fearsome, choose from a thrilling assortment of licensed goodies (from Star Trek cookies and DC Comic cakes to Beetlejuice chocolates and more) sure to expertly capture your Halloween vibe.

146 Christie St

Good Behaviour Ice Cream

Good Behaviour Ice Cream

Halloween isn't the time for good behaviour, unless it's in the form of Witch's Brew ice cream from Toronto's Good Behaviour creamery. With a mint chocolate base, charcoal chocolate ice cream swirl and a flourish of candy toppings, this frozen treat is everything that's delicious about Halloween all rolled into one.

454 Bloor St W

Eva's Original Chimneys

Eva's Original Chimneys

Made with cream cheese icing, vanilla soft serve, berry compote, chocolate sauce, raspberry coulis, brownie and a sugar cookie finger, the Scream Cone from Eva's is every bit as delicious as it is gruesome. Available at the company's Bloor Street and Port Credit locations, this treat is a hand-held Halloween delight.

111 Richmond St W

Colibri

Colibri

Though chef Elia Herrera's pan de muerto isn't technically a Halloween treat, thanks to a Nutella filling and generous sugar coating, it's an appropriately over-the-top sweet for your celebration. Order a kit that includes pan de muerto along with traditional Mexican hot chocolate from ChefDrop until November 2.

161 Bay St

Chotto Matte

Chotto Matte

Tap into Halloween's ghostly side with a La Catrina Rosa cocktail from Chotto Matte. Sure, it was created for the restaurant's Day of the Dead celebration, but there's something about the blend of Código 1530 Rosa Tequila, hierba Luisa, raspberry, chili and lime topped with a melting skull that just brings All Hallow's Eve to mind.

824 St Clair Ave W

Chocolat De Kat

Chocolat De Kat

Each Creep It Real treat pack from Chocolat De Kat includes a bevy of impressive bites too gorgeous to waste on the kids. With a box of bonbons, in flavours from Sour Eyeball to Blood Orange Moon, 3 cookie butter crunchkins and the shop's signature hot chocolate for two, each kit delivers everything you need for a shockingly delicious Halloween night.

132 Dundas St W

Chatime - Dundas

Chatime - Dundas

Prep for marathon haunting with Chatime's limited edition Legend of Peachy Hollow. Made from peach and blood orange green tea mixed with peach edition Red Bull and activated charcoal, this drink is equal parts eerie and energizing and perfect for the year's spookiest season.

Toronto’s Best Halloween Treats for Adult Tastes

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Toronto’s Best Halloween Treats for Adult Tastes

Christine Peddie

Christine Peddie

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Being too old to trick-or-treat isn't a death knell for Halloween fun. Embrace the spooky, scary and strange knowing that Toronto's best Halloween treats for adult tastes guarantee a devilishly good time. From sophisticated sweets made for mature palates to savoury bites, cocktails, and more, the city has plenty of inspiring Halloween indulgences for those looking beyond ho-hum handouts.

Unlike the bitty bars lurking at the bottom of kids' candy bags, these goodies are sure to satisfy. This Halloween, act your age and revel in your most wickedly delicious celebration yet.

130 Eglinton Ave E

The Social Blend

The Social Blend

Inspired by Netflix's runaway hit Squid Game, The Social Blend's Halloween Theme Box includes nine macarons in flavours ranging from pumpkin and taro milk tea to goguma and matcha Kit Kat. Available for preorder pickup or delivery on the company's website, each $40 box is the perfect accompaniment to binge-watching the hair-raising series on Halloween night.

111 Richmond St W

Colibri

Colibri

Though chef Elia Herrera's pan de muerto isn't technically a Halloween treat, thanks to a Nutella filling and generous sugar coating, it's an appropriately over-the-top sweet for your celebration. Order a kit that includes pan de muerto along with traditional Mexican hot chocolate from ChefDrop until November 2.

161 Bay St

Chotto Matte

Chotto Matte

Tap into Halloween's ghostly side with a La Catrina Rosa cocktail from Chotto Matte. Sure, it was created for the restaurant's Day of the Dead celebration, but there's something about the blend of Código 1530 Rosa Tequila, hierba Luisa, raspberry, chili and lime topped with a melting skull that just brings All Hallow's Eve to mind.

824 St Clair Ave W

Chocolat De Kat

Chocolat De Kat

Each Creep It Real treat pack from Chocolat De Kat includes a bevy of impressive bites too gorgeous to waste on the kids. With a box of bonbons, in flavours from Sour Eyeball to Blood Orange Moon, 3 cookie butter crunchkins and the shop's signature hot chocolate for two, each kit delivers everything you need for a shockingly delicious Halloween night.