Including some seriously spooky Frankenstein Colin The Caterpillar Cakes and a jelly zombie brain.

Halloween looks very different this year. You may be throwing it back to the start of the pandemic with a virtual halloween party. Or if you’re seeing in spooking season in a more lowkey way you may have a date with a scary film and a cosy blanket planned. Either way spooky treats are an absolute must and here’s the best halloween offerings to order on Ocado. All of your favourite M&S treats are there to order with a spooky twist. This is Colin Caterpillar as you’ve never seen him before.

When it comes to spending halloween indoors Ocado has got your back. Just because face-to-face parties can’t go ahead doesn’t mean you have to give up scaring yourself silly altogether. Instead of going to a friends for a frightning feast you can put your costume on and make one at your house, accompanied by friends on Zoom. Here are some of the scary seasonal products you should defs get delivered for the big night.

French Fancies are delicious but they’re a bit twee for fright night. Luckily, Mr Kipling have created Fiendish Fancies, an orange flavoured sponge with a vanilla topping and orange icing with black stripes. They’ll be on-brand next to your spooky decorations and be frightfully delicious.

One of the best things about moving into the colder seasons is we’re one step closer to Christmas dinner and all the pigs in blankets you could ever want. Ocado has put a fright-night twist on the festive favourite and you can now buy pigs in bandages (sausages wrapped in puff pastry) in time for your halloween night in.

Colin Caterpillar cakes are an essential for any birthday party and the halloween iteration of the iconic M&S item, Frankencolin the Catepillar, is just as crucial for your Halloween night in. They’re the chocolate cakes you know and love but on the outside they’re covered in chocolate monster faces, green icing, and sugar decorations.

Ocado’s Berry Scary Churros are dusted with cinnamon sugar and come with a large berry dipping sauce. The pack claims to serve ten but I can’t promise I’ll be sharing.

No movie night is really complete without a pizza. And the devilishly hot pepperoni pizza from Ocado is the perfect accompaniment. Stone baked and topped with spicy tomato sauce, cheese, pepperoni, peppers, and chilli sauce, it’s a lot to handle.

When it comes to creating a totally spooky night in you’ve got to think about drink as well as food. Dracula’s Blood Fruit Drink from Ocado is a fruit squash made up of strawberry, apple, and raspberry. You add one part squash to four parts water and if you’re wanting something a little more adult you can add it to a spirit to create a fruity spooky cocktail.

Toffee apples in the cold are one of the most satisfying snacks this time of year. And while you won’t be able to get your fix while you go trick or treating you will get the flavour from these toffee apple bangers. Made with pork and apples soaked in a toffee glaze, it’s a seasonal twist on bangers and mash.

It’s impossible to do an Ocado order and not pop some Percy Pigs in your basket. Percy Pig Gets Spooky is the fruit gum sweets you know but with a trick or treat twist. The bag includes some original Percys and some that have had a spooky makeover.

Luckily this isn’t what it literally says on the tin but it may be the spookiest pizza you’ve ever seen. Ocado’s Eerie Eyeball Pizza is a stone baked base with mozzarella and cheddar, herby tomato sauce, and peppers. And to add a haunting touch there’s a gherkin and black olive in the centre that resembles an eyeball.

If you’re more treat than trick during halloween then Percy Pig Phizzy Pop is the festive drink for you. Drink it as a mixer or by itself, Percy Pig Phizzy Pop tastes just like your favourite sweets but in carbonated drink form. It’s also bright pink and would look very cute in a spooky glass.

Chocolate fingers are delicious and severed fingers are totally gross. Put them together and you’ve got the perfect halloween dessert. This pack of five milk and white chocolate fingers look a little bit like ET’s finger and promise to be a delicious, gory treat.

Not only is this just about the most creepy-looking Halloween food item I’ve ever seen, it’s also vegan and has a popping candy sprinkle for added fright night pizzazz.

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