Sugar-filled, creative and fun, Halloween has always been a favorite holiday of mine. Every time I think of October 31st, memories of bags full of candies on dark crisp evenings happily flood my mind. Halloween is a treat.
Halloween this year will be different, but that doesn’t mean it should be boring. What’s my plan, you ask?
Yes, you heard me correctly. I plan to intentionally provide a smorgasbord of sugary, goodies for my children. Part of the fun of Halloween is the abundant supply of candy that is willingly given. Why not channel that same energy into the home?
Market Street has all the goods to help make this Sweets Buffet a reality and this makes me happy!
On our table I plan to line Halloween themed plates, with small pumpkins and mini serving platters and bowls. The candies, bakery fresh decorated cookies and drinks will be added throughout the tablescape to encourage sugary, spooky fun. (Need Halloween themed serving ware? Look no further than Market Street’s Dish Department—you’ll find some of the most whimsical and tasteful Halloween décor out there.)
What’s even better is Market Street’s Halloween holiday aisle. Here you will find traditional and creative candies to the most outlandish and creepy. If you don’t know where this sugary spot is at your local Market Street—just ask a friendly Market Street employee. They will guide you to where the ghoulish fun is located.
A handful of homemade goodies like Spooky Puppy Chow, Halloween Lollipops and Root Beer Floats will also be mixed in with the spread of bakery-fresh goods and bagged themed candy. I plan to send my kids off to bed realizing that one their best nights was just lived.
This year I plan to create new traditions to make sure the whole family will have a sweet and spooky time. While large gatherings may not be available to everyone, a close-knit family evening of festivities will ensure that this year’s Halloween will still be full of sugary fun.
Happy Halloween and enjoy all the sweets listed below!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Market Street. All opinions are my own.