Reese’s Releases a New Spooky Shape for Halloween

The skeletons join Reese's lineup of peanut butter cup bats, ghosts and pumpkins



Reese's releases new skeleton-shaped candy for Halloween

Reese’s new Halloween candy is bad to the bone.

The beloved peanut butter cups already come in bats, ghosts and pumpkins during the spooky season — and now Reese’s skeletons are the newest addition to your trick-or-treat bowl.

Each chocolate is covered with a colorful wrapping and underneath, the candy is engraved with a skeletal pal. As with the other scary-good shapes, the Reese’s skeletons (sold in a 9.10 oz. bag) will be available nationwide.

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Hershey’s (which owns Reese's) has other new treats over in the freezer aisle.

The candy mavericks are bringing a fruity treat to their portfolio with chocolate-coated frozen fruit. The Walmart-exclusive lineup (but soon to be in other major grocery stores by 2024) has four different fruit and chocolate combos to choose from, Hershey’s confirmed to PEOPLE.

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Hershey’s white creme and milk chocolate frozen blueberries and Hershey’s white creme and milk chocolate frozen raspberries layer two chocolates over the berries. For added crunch, the Hershey’s cookies n’ creme frozen strawberries come coated in white creme and chocolate cookie pieces. The only Reese’s option is the frozen fruit banana slices which layer chocolate and peanut butter over frozen banana pieces.

Each of the frozen treats range in price from $7 to $8 for an 8 oz. bag.

This Halloween, M&M’s will replenish your candy bowl for free if you run out. Customers can score last-minute candies through the M&M’s Halloween Rescue Squad. After requesting help on their website on Oct. 31 after 3 p.m. EST, the M&M’s will be delivered to homes within an hour thanks to GoPuff, while supplies last.

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