Yummy Bones, Milk Chocolate Vampire, Late Finds at Hotel Chocolat

Making sugar masks as is common practice in Mexico for Day of the Dead will be too much for many of us so we will settle for Yummy Bones (40% milk chocolate and 70% dark chocolate) as the centerpiece of our Halloween treats.

Kids might take another route and vote for the friendly looking vampire (above).

Both are late Halloween sweets I found via Hotel Chocolat in the UK

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