Costco’s creep-tastic chocolate Bundt cake might be the star of the show, but some of the chain’s other Halloween treats are equally tempting. For instance, Costco also has 36-count boxes of pumpkin-themed iced cookies, and ready-made cake pops decorated with little ghosts. Cute, spooky, and easy for grab-and-go sweets at a classroom Halloween party.
Alternatively, if you’re feeling crafty, you can find Costco’s Halloween version of the gingerbread house, complete with icing, sprinkles, and spooky decorations, or even a caramel apple-making kit. Of course, if you have your heart set on that spooky chocolate Bundt and can’t find it in a Costco near you, you can make your own version at home. Start with our copycat Nothing Bundt Cake recipe, then top with orange cream cheese icing, drizzles of white spider webs, and spooky sprinkles. The recipe might not have chocolate liqueur, (though you could certainly add it!) but it does have one special secret ingredient: mayonnaise. And with this option, you can customize the cake, the icing, and the decorations as you please.