UNIQUE INTERNATIONAL HALLOWEEN SWEETS
In Japan, Kit Kats are a popular Halloween treat, with flavors like pumpkin pudding and purple sweet potato.
In Mexico, sugar skulls are a traditional Halloween sweet, made from sugar and decorated with colorful icing.
In Ireland, barmbrack is a Halloween bread that contains raisins and other dried fruits, and is often served with butter.
In Italy, pan de muerto is a sweet bread that is traditionally eaten during the Day of the Dead celebrations.
In the Philippines, puto is a sweet rice cake that is often served during Halloween parties.
In Sweden, trick-or-treaters are often given smågodis, which are small candies that come in a variety of flavors.
In the United States, candy corn is a classic Halloween sweet that has been around since the 1880s.