Halloween In 2-D Looks Frighteningly DeliciousThe Dean & Deluca Halloween catalog has some fun, tasty-looking ways to celebrate All Hallows Eve. Affordable? Not really. But if you like chocolate, cakes and food porn in general, you're in luck. Mouth-watering sweets, after the jump!






Halloween In 2-D Looks Frighteningly DeliciousOkay, all you closet goths: Black dishes! Gorgeous, no? Try not to think about the fact that the champagne flutes are $180 for a set of two. Think how awesome they'd look on a crisp white tablecloth with some deep purple grapes and My Bloody Valentine playing in the background. Halloween In 2-D Looks Frighteningly DeliciousHoly sweet tooth, it's a Bat Cake! That is not paper, that is purple and black tinted white chocolate. Decadent. Which is why it's $160. Halloween In 2-D Looks Frighteningly DeliciousThe Ghost Cake is cute, but let's focus on those Halloween Pops: "Big chunks of ooey gooey handmade chocolate chip fudge with marshmallows get the 'stick treatment' before being dipped in Belgian chocolate and decorated by hand." Uh, what's that the kids say on the interwebs? WANT. $44 for a set of 4. Halloween In 2-D Looks Frighteningly DeliciousThe Trick Or Treat bag is okay, but the cookies shaped like kids in costumes are awesome. I want to bite that little devil's head off. Fourteen cookies, $65. Halloween In 2-D Looks Frighteningly DeliciousYum, that $120 Pumpkin Cake is "six layers of vanilla spiced cake with praline butter cream and a center layer of rich chocolate fudge." And that thing that looks like a crate of apples? It's an Apple Crate Cake. No, really. It's a chocolate cake with marzipan apples on top. It's also $200. Meanwhile, I am seriously considering ordering six cookies and eight brownies right now: $40. Halloween In 2-D Looks Frighteningly DeliciousWhoa. A large feast is $520. You get a turkey, porcini stuffing with gravy, brussels sprouts au gratin, bourbon sweet potatoes with almonds and cranberry sauce with cardamom. Plus cream cheese biscuits. I just want to dip my finger in those sweet potatoes, how much would that cost? Halloween In 2-D Looks Frighteningly DeliciousThese "cranky" jack o' lantern chocolates are so damn cute. $36 for 16. Halloween In 2-D Looks Frighteningly DeliciousHere's Halloween for grownups: White chocolate pumpkin with ganache-filled figs and a bottle of red wine. Costume optional. Dean & Deluca [Official Site]