Target is selling DIY chocolate cookie haunted mansion kits, and they’re too cute

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This year, Halloween decorations seem to be taking inspiration from the December holidays, first with orange and black trees and now, with DIY cookie haunted mansions. 

Target’s Halloween Haunted Mansion Chocolate Cookie Kit is like a spooky version of the classic gingerbread house, and definitely just as cute. It comes with pre-baked cookie pieces, black, orange and green icing, sprinkles and decorative candies for decorating. The kit will only set you back $9.99 and you can get it shipped to you in roughly two days.

Halloween Haunted Mansion Chocolate Cookie Kit, $9.99

Target is clearly leading the charge in Halloween cookie kits, because the retailer also released a Spooky Graveyard Chocolate Cookie Kit and a Moonlit Cottage Chocolate Cookie Kit (which is really just a mini version of the mansion for younger or less patient crafters). 

The cookie kits are a Target-exclusive, meaning you can only get them there. Other Halloween treats exclusive to Target include Cocoa Crisp M&M’s, monster-shaped Reese’s and Dove Halloween White Chocolate Caramel Apple candies, amongst a few more.

You can shop the cookie kits and check out more of Target’s exclusive Halloween candy in the slideshow below: 

11 PHOTOSTarget exclusive Halloween candy 2019See GalleryTarget exclusive Halloween candy 2019M&M’s Halloween Cocoa Crisp, $3.19BUY ITReese’s Peanut Butter Cup Halloween Monsters Mania, $3.59BUY ITHershey’s Halloween Monster Kisses, $3.59BUY ITDove Halloween White Chocolate Caramel Apple, $4.99BUY ITKinder Joy Halloween Seasonal Chocolate, $1.82BUY IT

Chocolate Halloween Hyde Manor House Cookie, $9.99

Chocolate Halloween Spooky Graveyard Cookie Kit, $9.99

Calavera Sugar Cookie Kit, $6.99

Mad Scientist Gelatin Kit, $4.99

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