Halloween is set to be a showstopper this year with Crosstown’s spooky dough bites, limited-edition ice cream flavours and curated boxes to share at Halloween get-togethers.

BITE NIGHT: Halloween dough bites (ve) are crafted with Crosstown’s black cocoa dough, filled with homemade raspberry jam and topped with a dark berry glaze, with each dough bite hand-finished with ghoulish decorations.

ALL SCREAM FOR ICE-CREAM: Not missing a trick (or treat) they’ve also created two deliciously wicked, limited edition ice cream flavours that make an indulgent dessert or late-night treat.

Spiced Pumpkin Cake Ice Cream: Doubling down on the pumpkin this season, they’ve roasted the best seasonal pumpkins from a farm in Cambridgeshire with traditional autumnal spices, to create a velvety and delicious ice cream base, through which pieces of their pumpkin cake doughnut are folded. Customers are advised to get in quick, though, as this epic new flavour isn’t around for long!

Trick or Treat Ice Cream: Swamp green mint ice cream, packed with pick ‘n’ mix favourites – every bite is a spooky surprise.

‘Spooky season is almost upon us and this year we’re launching our eeriest dough bites yet, and our first Halloween-inspired ice cream flavour, ‘Trick or Treat’. The new additions are a sure-fire way to bring some magic to this year’s celebrations, whether you’re placing an order for delivery direct to your door or as an office treat for the team.’, says Adam Wills, Co-founder of Crosstown.

Halloween Dough Bite Box (3 or 15) – A box of three or 15 Halloween Dough Bites + the option of adding specialty drinks (from £8)

Trick or Treat Box – A box of 15 Halloween Dough Bites + a pint of Treat or Treat Ice Cream + the option of adding specialty drinks (from £42.95)

Pre-orders available from 3rd October by

Halloween Dough Bites available in-store and for nationwide delivery (England, Wales and lowland Scotland) between 27th and 31st October.

The new ice cream flavours will be available in-store and for delivery across Greater London, Cambridge and Oxford from 1st October.