Spook-Tacular Halloween Baskets

Halloween gift baskets
Halloween gift baskets bring a "ghouly" welcome to your friends and co-workers.  These frightfully delicious gifts feature Halloween products and candies that will bewitch your loved ones - whether young or old!

Send Halloween gifts to a friend's home or bring one or two to the office as a giveaway at your office Halloween party. With chocolates, snacks and ghostly toys, these are sure to entertain anyone!


Halloween is a child's favorite holiday.

Be sure to send a Halloween gift basket to your favorite little 'gobblin' this Halloween. Halloween brings memories of jack-o-lanterns, carnivals, trick or treating and lots of Halloween candy. What other holiday affords the opportunity to go door to door begging for treats and bragging about all the Halloween candies and treats?

Fun Halloween Gift Ideas - A favorite with children, Halloween is one of those holidays that a person can never get enough of throughout their life. From black bats, Halloween costumes, orange pumpkins to green witches, the images that bring minds back to childhood Halloween events are vivid. It is just one of those fun holidays that often remains a pleasant thought as people reflect back on earlier times and favorite Halloween candy.

From long treks through the neighborhood to bustling Halloween parades with lots of colorful costumes to school Halloween parties complete with scary games and sugary treats and confections, the memories of childhood Halloween events bring forth winsome smiles and even spontaneous chuckles. Adults think back to fond memories of stopping on the sidewalk to dig through their Halloween bag for tempting candy bars or Halloween treat bags filled with candy corn.

Even as adults, people still enjoy dressing up to take their children trick-or-treating around the neighborhood so they can join in on the fun and perhaps snag a bit of candy and sweet treats for themselves. Who knows, someone they know might actually insist that they take a chocolate bar or handful of candy corn for the road?

People of all ages often have Halloween parties that they invite friends and family to attend in full costume. After all, it is more fun to watch pirates and witches bob for apples than it is to watch someone who looks just like they look every other day of the week. Of course, Halloween candy is going to have a strong presence at one of these parties with big bowls of lollipops, chocolate candy bars, tootsie rolls, nerds, hard candy, and an assortment of other types of Halloween candy favorites.

Adults who reflect on Halloween remember which neighbors were extremely generous giving out the large-sized candy bars, toys, or cookies with a smile that slipped onto their faces effortlessly. Memories of neighbors who gave out apples from their backyard trees, candy apples, or spice wafers without packaging also emerge. Adults even remember those neighbors who closed their homes up tight for the night watching TV with the shades drawn, the lights out, and quite possible a piece of candy waiting to be eaten.

Thoughts of fun, candy, and good times emerge as Fall arrives. These are pleasant memories for most people. Nights spent trick-or-treating for all kinds of candy have transformed to daytime events for many communities as the safety of the children enjoying this Autumn holiday has taken precedence over tradition.

Typically, these memories are pleasant ones since Halloween is a holiday filled with fun and sweet candy treats. People remember the neighbors who decorated houses, some of whom went to great lengths to create graveyards or witchesÌ dens. Memories of picture windows filled with cardboard cut outs shaped and designed as scarecrows, haystacks, pumpkins, skeletons, bats, witches and more are elicited as this holiday draws closer. Better yet, memories of the chocolates, sweets and other candies that were eaten before arriving home sweeten the memories much like they sweetened the mouth all those years ago.

Fond Memories of Halloween



  • Waiting till sunset to trick-or-treat, then racing home afterwards to dump out the trick-or-treat bags and plastic jack-o-lanterns to separate the chocolate candy from the other, less desirable, Halloween candy.
  • Bobbing for apples, ÏfishingÓ for prizes in the fishing booth, and to enjoying a favorite Halloween candy recipe Ò the red candy coated Halloween candy apples Ò at the Halloween Carnival.
  • Browsing the Halloween aisle to see the variety of special Halloween candy bags created for the season and oohing and aahing at the wide variety of Halloween candy created especially for this time of year.

    Each year as Halloween looms near, thoughts of first costumes and bobbing for apples turn up unbidden by those people who reflect upon the past. Memories of earlier Halloween events are often triggered by the images people see as they walk through stores that are attempting to sell Halloween treats and candy or while they drive through neighborhoods decorated with lots of ugly witches, wide-eyed pumpkins, and flying bats.

    Halloween memories, treats and fun! What a special time of year for young and old alike. A person is never too old for Halloween candy!

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