Something wicked(ly sweet) this way comes. 👻
Just because you no longer go trick-or-treating doesn't mean you need to miss out on all the sweets. Here are eight Halloween desserts in Ottawa perfect for eating while you watch Hocus Pocus.
From vegan treats to cookies that are nearly too pretty, we have all the drooly-worth bites you'll want to try ASAP.
Halloween Sugar Cookies
Address: Nepean, ON (exact pick-up location sent after ordering)
Why You Need To Go: The Compassionate Rabbit sells an assortment of stunning sugar cookies that are tasty works of art.
Address: 87 Murray St., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: Mantovani 1946 is selling adorable double chocolate spider cupcakes, caramel candy apples and jack-o-lantern cheesecakes.
Spooky Pints Of Ice Cream
Address: 102 Fairmont Ave., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: The Merry Dairy has tons of festive ice cream flavours like candy bar, honeycomb, and Edgar Allan s'mores.
Address: 1305 Wellington St. W., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: If you are searching for vegan treats, Little Jo Berry's has tons of options to pick from, including their haunted shortbread.
Trick Or Treat Sugar Cookie
Address: Ottawa, ON (pickup location sent after ordering)
Why You Need To Go: You can order a box of assorted desserts, including cookies, cupcakes and brownies from A Little Bit Of Sugar.
Address: 6 Byward Market Square, Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can order adorable ghost cupcakes from The Cupcake Lounge that are perfect for anyone who loves chocolate.
Address: 30 Metcalfe St., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can pick up some fall cookies at Le Moulin de Provence KD that make the perfect afternoon snack.
Address: 2020 Tenth Line Rd., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: Cafe Latte Cino has chocolate fudge cakes loaded with Halloween candies that are perfect for sharing with your friends.
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