Halloween is a tricky time to be a person who thinks about food for a living. While there are a lot of Halloween food classics, we like to mix it up whenever we can. Finally, blissfully, a Halloween treat we've never seen before: Melted Witch Push-Up Pops from Cookies & Cups.

witch push up pops


We love that these pops completely embrace Halloween's spirit without being cheesy or boring. Your kids, party guests or lucky office-mates will be impressed by your grace with a piping bag and by your spooky sense of humor. If they're not, tell them to shut up and enjoy their cake.

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