Sam’s Club Just Dropped a “Delish” Treat for Halloween
What, might you ask, is the best thing about fall? Well, Halloween of course, with pillowcases full of dastardly desserts to hoard as your own. With spooky season right around the corner, everyone is gearing up for the droves of trick-or-treaters and the neighborhood’s best haunted house parties. Whether you prefer to stay in on All Hallow’s Eve or brave the night on the way to your friend’s house, Sam’s Club has just the party favor you’ll want to have in hand as you wonder if that is actually Michael following you down the sidewalk.
Members Mark Halloween Cake Balls just hit shelves at Sam’s Club, and if their adorableness doesn’t win you over first, each bite will have you singing a much spookier tune. These Halloween-themed cake balls come in a 24-count package and feature a moist cake inside with a dipped outer layer of purple and white icing. Each one is decorated with what looks like single eyeballs on the purple cake balls and two eyes on the white ones. One 24-count package goes for $16.98, which is a small price to pay to be the talk of the party.
“Death by chocolate (cake balls),” captioned Ashley from Oh Hey, Sam’s Club, who saw the dangerously delicious treats and promptly posted them to share with the masses. Another satisfied buyer added that she “just grabbed these today for my daughter’s spooky 4th birthday party on Saturday,” she exclaimed, “Such a fun unexpected find!
Those who have sampled the pumpkin spice cake ball recently at Sam’s Club should be able to attest to the potential greatness of the Halloween Cake Balls, one customer mentioned how much she and her husband enjoyed them, noting that husband “tried the pumpkin spice cake ball sample yesterday and he said those were good too!”
In any case, fan-favorite items like these tend to go quickly, so make sure to hit up your local Sam’s Club to see if these bite-sized treats are in fact in stock near you. And while you’re at it, make sure to check out the Members Mark Spiced Apple Pie Cookies, which are understandably flying off the shelves in anticipation of fall weather.