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Treat Yo’ Self This Halloween

Campbell’s Bakery will have Halloween teacakes this year. Photo courtesy Campbell’s Bakery

Campbell’s Bakery will have Halloween teacakes this year. Photo courtesy Campbell’s Bakery

Nandy's Candy (1220 E. Northside Drive, Suite 380)

For Halloween this year, Nandy's will have Halloween-themed butter cookies, candy corn, Halloween-themed chocolate-covered Oreos, chocolate bats and pumpkins, themed chocolate-covered Nutter Butters, themed suckers and more.

Campbell's Bakery (3013 N. State St.; 123 Jones St., Madison)

This year, Campbell's will have Halloween cookies and iced teacakes, and customers can also order pumpkin cheesecake for fall events and parties.

Broad Street Baking Co. (4465 Interstate 55 N., Suite 101)

For Halloween, Broad Street will have its Death by Candy king cake, which has Halloween candy bars and chocolate smashed up inside, and themed sugar cookies. The treats are available from Oct. 20 to Oct. 31. For more information, visit

La Brioche Pattiserie (2906 N. State St.)

For Halloween, La Brioche will have ghost-shaped petit gateau Annas, scary Natalies, candy-corn, pumpkin-pie and caramel-popcorn macarons, pumpkin-spice cheesecake and more.

Sugar Magnolia Takery (5417 Highway 25, Suite F, Flowood)

This Halloween, Sugar Magnolia will have themed sugar cookies, petit fours and more.

Meme's Brick Street Bakery (104 W. Leake St. Clinton)

For Halloween, Meme's will have pumpkin-spice and cookies-and-cream cupcakes, and themed cookies

Sweet Stuff (307A Clinton Blvd., Clinton)

For Halloween, Sweet Stuff will have caramel apples, themed Rice Krispie treats, chocolate-dipped pretzels, marshmallow pops and more.

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