The Best Halloween Candy Bowls You Can Buy Just in Time for Trick-or-Treating
Whether you're looking for cute, creepy or elegant, we found a candy bowl to fit your needs.
Whether you're expecting a large group of trick-or-treaters to stop by your door this Halloween, or you're holding an intimate party with your closest ghouls and guys, stocking up on candy is a must. Though a plethora of chocolates, lollipops, gummies and more are now sold in bags decorated with bewitching designs, transfering your bought candies to a cute (or creepy) bowl is a fun way to make Halloween a bit more festive. From giggling ghosts to animated monster hands, here are some of the best Halloween candy bowls you can buy this year.
This little bowl might just beat Casper as the friendliest ghost you've ever laid eyes on. It's motion-activated — and talkative — so that anytime someone tries to grab a piece of candy out of it, they'll be greeted by glowing eyes and a cute little "boo." Adorable ghost giggles are also included.
This eerie candy bowl from West Elm is big enough to hold all your favorite Halloween treats and is made from terracotta so it can withstand sitting outside on the porch or front steps, if you choose to partake in contactless trick-or-treating this year.
This adorably sinister candy bowl will be watching you. It's totally interactive and features two devilish glowing red eyes that open and close every time someone grabs a piece of candy to give all your late night visitors a nice little scare.
Though you won't find any fire, brimstone, toil or trouble inside this cauldron-shaped bowl, it's still big enough to hold all your favorite Halloween candies. Crate & Barrel also offers it in a smaller size, if you want to separate candies that contain nuts from those that don't. The bowl is also microwave and dishwasher-safe and can be used to serve actual food like chili, soup or any other magical concoction you throw together.
This ceramic pumpkin bowl is a true scream! Simply fill its exaggerated mouth cavity with all your favorite Halloween sweets and treats and you're good to go!
Good grief, this lidded candy bowl is just too cute to pass up. Not only does the pumpkin feature a hilarious grimace that any true Peanuts fan will instantly recognize, the bowl's Snoopy-handled lid also keeps your trick-or-treaters from knowing what's hidden inside. How's that for a Halloween surprise?!
This mischievous kitty has two grippable handles hidden behind each of its pointy ears to make carrying your candy assortment to the front door and back a little easier.
Want double the bang for your buck? This elegant pumpkin-shaped glass candy bowl from Godiva comes filled with 21 individually-wrapped pieces of the brand's mouthwatering milk, dark and milk-salted caramel chocolates to save you the stress of needing to buy your bowl and candy separately. The chic design also makes it perfect for using as decor for your Thanksgiving table too!
If you usually leave out a bowl of candy for trick-or-treaters, this innovative and interactive find is totally for you. Thanks to its bewitching design, it can be used one of two ways: as a door hanger or as a standing candy bowl. The witch-shaped buy also lights up and says a handful of haunting phrases.
This creepy candy bowl adds a whole new meaning to the phrase "come and rest your weary bones." With each and every candy grab, the skeleton will come to life and utter spine-chilling greetings like, "Take this treat right in the middle, I have been saving it just for you!"
This charming pail-like candy basket is perfect for those who prefer the cuter-side of Halloween. At just $10 dollars, it's a great buy for those who are looking for a fun design that can be used again and again year after year. It's also made completely out of fabric and can be used to hold all your trick-or-treating spoils after Halloween night is over.
This interactive pumpkin candy bowl isn't for the faint of heart. Trick-or-treaters should beware of its motion-activated skeleton hand — not only does it move, the pumpkin also emits a haunting monster growl each time someone takes a piece of candy out of it. The bowl also holds up to 9 cups worth of goodies, so trick-or-treaters are more than welcome to take a second fistful...if they dare!