If chocolate is your trick-or-treater's sweet of choice, then these new Halloween candies are sure to win them over this season.
Hershey's has a new lineup of Halloween-themed treats this year, from Frankenstein-inspired Reese's to ghoulishly green Kit Kat bars.
Check out all the limited-time treats below.
Reese’s Peanut Butter Pumpkins Snack Size
The iconic Reese’s shape -- Halloween pumpkin -- is back. The orange and purple packaging comes in snackable-sized chocolate on the outside, Reese’s peanut butter on the inside.
Reese’s Franken-Cup Peanut Butter Cups
A classic Reese's cup with an electrifying twist. This two-toned candy is made with bright green creme on the bottom and milk chocolate on top with the classic peanut butter center.
Kit Kat Witch’s Brew
The witchy-inspired Kit Kat was made "to charm tastebuds with marshmallow flavored creme combined with the classic Kit Kat crisp wafers," according to Hershey's description.
Hershey’s Kisses Vampire Chocolates
These specialty milk chocolate kisses ooze with strawberry flavored creme in every bite.
Hershey’s Cookies ‘N’ Creme Fangs
The snack-sized Cookies ‘N’ Creme Fangs are a perfect edible addition for any vampire costumes this Halloween. Plus, the white chocolate and cookie-filled candy is a classic treat to add to a candy bowl.
Hershey Halloween Snack Sized Shapes
An assortment pack can be the unsung superhero of Halloween with a little bit of everything for everyone. The Hershey's bag includes Reese’s Peanut Butter Pumpkins, Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Tombstones, Reese’s White Creme Ghosts and Hershey’s Cookies ‘N’ Creme Fangs all in one bag.
Families are more excited for Halloween than ever
Hershey's found that Americans are ready as ever for the Oct. 31 holiday and all that accompanies it, according to a Harris on Demand online poll commissioned by the company.
86% of Americans ages 35 - 44 are either more excited or as excited about Halloween this year than in previous years.
66% of parents with a child under the age of 18 plan to do more for Halloween this year compared to other years.
66% of people ages 18-34 plan to do more for Halloween this year compared to other years for themselves/their families.
59% of parents of a child under the age of 18 have started thinking about Halloween celebrations.