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The North Fork Doughnut Company’s spooky Halloween six pack is available by pre-order only (Courtesy of Nicole Schwartz).

Halloween is just around the corner, which means sweets are officially on the mind. Whether you’re looking for desserts to serve at your Halloween party or to satisfy your candy cravings, these spooky, local treats are sure to do the trick.

1. Spooky Halloween Doughnuts — North Fork Doughnut Company

North Fork Doughnut Company is going all-in for Halloween — the craft donut shop has concocted a limited edition doughnut box featuring six wild and spooky flavors. The half-dozen includes a Candy Corn Doughnut filled with marshmallow toffee cream, a Citrus Slime Mummy Doughnut with a green citrus filling inside, and a vanilla Eyeball OG Doughnut covered in Halloween sprinkles and candy eyeballs. The Trick or Treat Doughnut is an explosion of traditional Halloween candy flavors, and the Graveyard Smash is a chocolate doughnut topped with Oreos, gummy worms, and candy corn.

The box is available for online pre-order only and must be picked up on Sunday, 10/30 at 100 Love Ln. in Mattituck. Place an order here.

North Fork Flour Shoppe’s Glittery Skull Cakes resemble the taste of a hostess cupcake (Courtesy of North Fork Flour Shoppe)

2. Glittery Skull Cakes — North Fork Flour Shoppe

North Fork Flour Shoppe (@nofoflourshoppe) is celebrating Halloween with glamorous skull cakes. Resembling the taste of a Hostess Cupcake, these skulls are rich and indulgent, filled with marshmallow fluff and glazed with chocolate. The cakes will be sold this Thursday through Sunday at Meats Meat BBQ Shop (13175 Main Rd in Mattituck), along with other spooky treats. They can also be pre-ordered for this weekend by emailing [email protected]

3. Box of Halloween Chocolates — Disset Chocolate

Chocolatier Ursula XVII, known for her unique chocolate creations, has released a Halloween-themed box of chocolate bonbons. Spooky ghosts, shiny Jack O’ Lanterns, and yellow eyeballs are just a few of the designs featured in this 12-pack of chocolates.

The collection is already low in stock, so you’ll want to grab yourself a box soon either online or in-store at 28080 Main Rd in Cutchogue.

4. Pumpkin Ice Cream — Snowflake Ice Cream Shoppe

At Snowflake Ice Cream Shoppe, ice cream is not just for summer. The shop offers homemade, seasonal flavors like pumpkin in either hard or soft-serve, making it the perfect dessert spot after a fall outing. Enjoy your ice cream there or take it to-go and serve it at your Halloween gathering.

Snowflake Ice Cream Shoppe is located at 1148 W Main St in Riverhead.

5. Halloween Chocolate Pops — North Fork Chocolate Company

Everyone knows that Halloween and chocolate go hand in hand. These pops are the North Fork Chocolate Company’s take on a classic Halloween treat. Made of pure milk chocolate, they’ve been molded into a variety of spooky shapes like ghosts, scarecrows, and tombstones.

North Fork Chocolate Company is located at 740 Main Rd in Aquebogue.