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Halloween

7 Must-Try Dallas Halloween Treats

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By Melissa Mackaly |
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Whether you’re looking for over-the-top decorated sweet treats for Halloween or something with a hint of fall flavor, these local bakeries and online stores have you covered.

jaramsJarams Donuts
17459 Preston Rd Dallas TX 75252
Specialty Halloween donuts are available through October 31 for walk-ins Friday through Sunday and special orders during the week. $4.50 each.

joyJOY Macraons
839 W. Davis St, Dallas, Texas 75208
Fall flavors: Pumpkin, blood orange, and Nerds. Available through October 31. $2.00 each.

lalasLaLa’s Cakes
Online store
Miniature cakes available by special order online or by phone at (214) 608-1161. Trick or Treat cake and candy corn cake pictured. They’re hosting several pop-ups including one on Saturday October 31 at JOY Macarons in Oak Cliff.

hailmerryHail Merry
Online store
For the healthy treat! Pumpkin spice and chocolate chile pecan “mini-miracle” tarts available in several stores throughout Dallas-Fort Worth now. $5.99 per 6-pack.

popcornpapaPopcorn Papa
919 East I-30 Rockwall, Texas 75087
Frankie’s Mix available through October 31. Fall mix and popcorn balls available through Thanksgiving. Perfect for parties. Prices start at $2.75 depending on size. Popcorn balls are $1.25 each.

societySociety Bakery
3610 Greenville Ave Dallas, Texas 75206
Halloween cookies available through October 31. Fall cookies and cupcakes available through Thanksgiving. Prices start at $3.25 each.

emporium pies1Emporium Pies
314 N Bishop Ave. Dallas, Texas 75208
Fall flavors: Drop Dead Gourdgeous, Buttercream Gang, The Nannerz, and Cloud 9 available through December 1. Starting at $5.00 per slice and $30 for a whole pie. People are encouraged to order pies online. Slices are available in stores.

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