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Creative Halloween chocolate and ghoulish sweet treats for adults

Cone witch hats and pumpkin sweets were all well and good when we were children, but now we're adults we can enjoy an entirely different and more sophisticated calibre of Halloween treat.

Thanks to a new generation of talented cake artists and artisan chocolatiers, there is now a wealth of beautiful, unusual and macabre creations to choose from as the spooky season sets in.

From anatomical chocolate skulls to red velvet severed finger cakes and Pick Your Poison boozy truffles, come wow your mates with these creative and incredibly life-like Halloween goodies. 

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