Some of our favourite Halloween Snacks have been:
Pumpkin Pudding Kit Kat
A special edition of Kit Kat just for Halloween. This one taste just like a sweet pudding with a hint of Japanese pumpkin.
|Pumpkin Pudding Kit Kat|
|Pumpkin Pudding Kit Kat Close up|
Angel Pie is a popular Japanese snack that consists of two small round cakes with marshmallow filling all covered in chocolate. They remind me of the wagon wheels we have back in Australia.
|Halloween Angel Pie|
Koala no March Chocolate
A special Halloween version of Koala no March featuring our favourite Koala in cute Halloween costumes. These bite size koala shaped cookies have a sweet chocolate filling inside and are just so cute!
|Halloween Koala no March|
Kinoko no Yama and Takenoko no Sato
Two of our all-time favourite Japanese snacks taste just the same, but come in special Halloween packaging. Konoko no Yama literally means "mushroom mountain" and these snacks are mushroom shaped biscuits with a chocolate top. Takenoko no Sato literally means "bamboo shoot village" and these snacks look just like little bamboo shoots topped with chocolate.
|Halloween Kinoko no Yama & Takenoko no Sato|
|Halloween Konoko no Yama|
|They look just like little mushrooms|
|Halloween Takenoko no Sato|
|Takenoko no Sato Chocolate|
Toppo is like a reverse Pocky! A biscuit stick with the topping on the inside. This is a special Halloween version of Toppo.
Krispy Kreme Japan
Krispy Kreme released some Halloween donuts called Krispy Skremes! They include the Caramel Halloween Jack, Orange Chocolate Spider and Purple Potato Mont Blanc.
|Caramel Halloween Jack|
|Orange Chocolate Spider|
|Purple Potato Mont Blanc|
Which of these would you like to try? Please leave your answer in the comments below.