Sam’s Club Is Already Selling Spooky Hot Cocoa Bombs for Halloween

Sam's Club promises that its Halloween hot cocoa bombs are both spooky and yummy. We're sold!

Just last winter, hot cocoa bombs made their debut and took the world by storm. It was the cleverest idea, creating a chocolate capsule filled with hot cocoa mix, marshmallows and more.

Since then, we’ve discovered giant hot cocoa bombs, tea bombs and even a set of Valentine’s Day hot cocoa bombs. Now, as the change of the season from summer to fall is creeping near, there’s an option for Halloween.

Sam’s Club is selling a box of Halloween hot cocoa bombs all dressed up for the spooky season. It’s time to get in the Halloween spirit!

What Makes the Halloween Hot Cocoa Bombs Spooky?

To start, the box is decked out in a spooky witch and spider design. Then, each hot cocoa bomb is wrapped in purple, black, green or orange foil. The actual hot cocoa bombs are fairly standard, though—made of milk chocolate and filled with hot cocoa mix and mini marshmallows. Sam’s Club is selling these milk chocolate bombs in a pack of 16 so you’ll have plenty to last all season long.

Just grab an adorable fall mug, drop in a cocoa bomb and pour hot milk or water over top to let the magic unfold!

When Can I Buy Them?

For some, it may seem early to be thinking about Halloween. But once August rolls around, spooky season is fair game. It’s the most beautiful time of year, where people can choose to soak up the last few weeks of summer or dive headfirst into pumpkin spice, autumn hues and all things fall.

You don’t want to sleep on this deal for long, though. The box of 16 hot cocoa bombs is on sale for only $16.98 so you can cozy up with a mug of delicious hot cocoa for far less than what a coffee shop treat would cost. You can grab a pack in stores at Sam’s Club or order online to have them delivered right to your door. I expect goblins and ghouls to gobble this seasonal treat up fast!

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Molly Allen
Molly Allen is a previous bakery owner and former event planner. Now, a freelance writer and editor focused on food and beverage, lifestyle, travel and parties, she brings her years of experience and industry knowledge to readers across a variety of platforms.