The Best Limited-Edition Halloween Candies & Treats of 2019

With Halloween right around the corner — wait, it’s not? Checks calendar. Excuse me, with Halloween two months away, now would be the time for the companies behind your favorite candies, like M&Ms and Kit Kats and (for some of you) Peeps, to announce out their limited-time Halloween candy flavors. And while we don’t have a girthy list right now, we’re still mid-summer, after all, and more is sure to be announced.

Last year, we were blessed to spend the spookiest, most ghoulish fall-time holiday with Halloween candy we can only hope will return to grocery shelves this year, like Hershey’s Spooky Kisses and glow-in-the-dark Reese’s.

This year, time will only tell what kind of loot we’re in for, but we have seen a handful of fun Halloween candy trickle in so far, from M&M’s Creepy Cocoa Crisp to the return of Kit Kat’s pumpkin pie flavor. We even snuck an adult beverage into the list, too. You’re welcome.

Peeps Marshmallow Spooky Cats

Peeps announced four Halloween flavors, including Marshmallow Monsters, Marshmallow Ghosts and the return of Marshmallow Pumpkins and Marshmallow Spooky Cats.

Peeps Marshmallow Pumpkins

Marshmallow Pumpkins will be available in a 24-pack.

Peeps Marshmallow Monsters

Marshmallow Monsters will sell for about $1.50 a pack once they hit shelves.

Peeps Marshmallow Ghosts

Marshmallow Ghosts will come in three- or nine-packs. Peeps has not announced when all four flavors will arrive in stores, so keep your eyes peeled.

M&M’s Creepy Cocoa Crisp

Creepy Cocoa Crisp M&Ms — red-, orange- and brown-hued M&M’s packaged in an 8 oz. bag of — are slowing making their way to stores.

Kit Kat Pumpkin Pie

Kit Kat’s pumpkin pie flavor is back! First hitting the market in 2017, the pumpkin pie-flavored crunchy treats will hit shelves in August.

Captain Morgan Jack-O-Blast

Captain Morgan’s pumpkin spice rum is back and currently available for purchase on Captain Morgan’s website.

Captain Morgan Jack-O-Blast, $19.99 at Captain Morgan

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