Home & Design 8 Halloween candy bowls you need for trick-or-treating season From cute to creepy, here’s what you need to hand out the best candy and sweet treats this year. By Jennifer Zeleski October 1, 2019 Trick-Or-Treat-Reaper Candy Bowl, $18; The Home Depot Bring a spooky friend to help you offer candy to the local trick-or-treaters, or keep him on your front porch as your home’s friendly greeter, with candy, of course. Ghost Ceramic Halloween Candy Bowl White, $10; Hyde & EEK! Boutique This friendly ghost just wants to help hand out candy to all of the well-dressed trick-or-treaters. Fill it up with your favorite candies for a night of candy-giving fun. Treasure Candy Chest, $30; Pottery Barn The trick-or-treaters have found the treasure! This pirate-inspired candy holder will help every kid feel like they hit the jackpot, filled with the best sweet treats. Animated Witch Hand Candy Bowl Decorative Halloween Scene Prop, $29; BuySeasons Let kids reach for their own candy in this automated bowl … if they dare. Those seeking treats will surely be tricked! Large Black Cauldron, $13; Party City No witch’s brew in this cauldron, but you can still stir together lots of different candy for a truly unique Halloween candy offering. Crow Feet Glass Halloween Serving Bowl, $12; Hyde & EEK! Boutique This bowl is just spooky enough to serve candy to lots of trick-or-treaters, and keep on the table for your Halloween party throughout the season. Webbed Candy Bowl with Witch Legs by Ashland, $16; Ashland This candy bowl is great to place on your front porch in a Halloween-themed display, or can be picked up off the table and ready to greet trick-or-treating friends all night. Jackolantern Candy Bowl, $25; Magenta This ceramic candy jar is perfect for handing out sweet treats on Halloween night, but can also double as a cookie jar or Halloween-themed decoration in your home for the season.