Target Is Selling Halloween Cookie House Kits for $2.99 Right Now

If you're ready for the spooky season, here's just what to snag from Amazon and Target this year.

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Summer is on its way out and all things pumpkin are about to take over. Starbucks has already rolled out the PSL for the season and your favorite retailers—like Target—are gearing up for the next big holiday. That’s right! It’s time to get spooky for Halloween.

If you thought decorating cookie houses was reserved for gingerbread, you’d be mistaken. This year, deck out your Halloween party with Halloween cookie kits from Target that are as tasty as they are terrifying.

What’s in Each House Kit?

You don’t have to wait until December to decorate your own crumbly home. Like gingerbread kits, all of your building materials are included. In one kit, you’ll typically find fondant, icing, decorative candy and instructions for first-timers. The cookie walls and roof are pre-baked and ready for construction (and it doesn’t hurt to enjoy a nibble or two when nobody’s looking).

Each kit should be kept in a dry location until it’s time to crack open those haunting Halloween decorations.

No Tricks—They’re Available Right Now!

You don’t have to wait until October to get your hands on these kits. Halloween cookie house kits from Hyde and Eek! are already available at Target, and you have a couple of homes to choose from. You can get this haunted mansion and a complementary ghostly graveyard for $9.99 each. Target also has a a mini Halloween moonlit cottage kit for just $2.99!

We’re going to create a haunted Halloween village to set up beneath our orange Halloween tree.

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Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.