Hidden Valley Is Selling Miniature Ranch Dressing Treats Just in Time for Halloween
Hidden Valley is getting into the Halloween spirit a tad early this year. The food brand, which is probably best known for its ridiculously tasty ranch dressing, has stocked its Ranch Shop (yes, it exists and yes, it’s fabulous) with miniature ranch packets that people can give out to trick-or-treaters in place of traditional fare like candy or a box of raisins.
For $20, ranch fans who celebrate Halloween can purchase a bag of 30 0.5-fluid-oz packets of ranch dressing. The limited-edition treats are individually wrapped and are ideal for ranch fans to have on hand at all times. “No tricks here, just treat sized packets of creamy, delicious Hidden Valley Ranch,” the product description states. “Give those Halloween trick-or-treaters a scary good surprise they’ll never forget.”
And that’s not all! The Ranch shop is also selling a Hidden Valley Ranch costume that basically transforms the wearer into a walking bottle of delicious dressing. The $40 polyester costume has two convenient arm holes and is available in one size fits most. According to the site, this getup will really allow you to “pour on the charm” this Halloween.
Since the Powers That Be over at HVR have seemingly thought of everything, the brand is also selling a pizza costume. While a slice of pizza is totally acceptable in its own right, it obviously works as a fabulous couple’s costume or a coordinated ensemble for two best friends.
As for who gets to be ranch and who gets to dress up as pizza? We’ll leave that to you.
All three of these Halloween items launched on September 13 and are expected to be in stock until supplies last.
“Halloween is one of the top pizza delivery nights of the year, which means Halloween and pizza go together as well as Hidden Valley Ranch and pizza,” Nadine Katkhouda, Associate Director at Hidden Valley Ranch, said in a statement. “It's the ideal occasion to not only enjoy the most delicious duo of ranch and pizza, but to become it.”
Will you be giving out ranch dressing packets to trick-or-treaters this year?