Do you have any fun office Halloween ideas? Unless you work with zombies, Halloween can be a fun day at work. Indeed, some offices encourage employees to dress up in appropriate costumes. Certainly, nothing risqué or violent but that leaves a lot room for creativity. But regardless of your wardrobe choice those office Halloween ideas can always include chocolate.

In particular, Halloween chocolate. When it comes to Halloween snacks at work skip the grocery aisle bag candy. Go big or go home. For that wow factor, choose creative, gourmet chocolate specialties from talented chocolatiers like Chocolate Pizza Company. They turn ordinary Halloween snacks into scary good confections.

Pizza is the Trick

Pizza should probably be declared the official food of the office. Without a doubt, no food has shown up at more staff meetings, conferences or department break rooms than pizza. So, for Halloween, why not take pizza to another level? What would be pizza’s devilish side?

Chocolate Pizza. Now that is something no one expects.

Chocolate Pizza starts by tempering the highest quality Swiss-style chocolate. It is a process that adds strength, shine and velvety mouth-feel to the chocolate. But to take it up a notch, they add homemade English toffee. It is from a local recipe that dates to 1919. The toffee is ground fine and blended with the chocolate to become the pizza “crust.”

This signature mixture is poured into pizza pans where it’s ready for the chocolatiers. The October Avalanche is a group favorite. This monster weighs in at 29 oz. and looks the part of a sweet-tooth beast. It is topped with a variety of candies in Halloween’s best colors and served in a custom pizza box.

Wings Fly Off the Table

Chocolate Pizza is one thing but Wings is something out of this world. Peanut Butter Wings to be exact. “Pizza & Wings” is probably a combo everyone has enjoyed at some point. But this is like nothing your team has ever tried.  

Don’t let the name scare you. These are incredible. Peanut Butter Wings are crisp, rippled potato chips covered in creamy peanut butter and drenched in rich milk or dark chocolate.

Glitter magazine tasted Peanut Butter Wings recently and proclaimed, “You have not lived until you’ve tried these.” Yahoo News reported that, “We demand these become an international trend.” Yes, they are that good.

Grab the Goodies

Of course, Halloween is all about trick-or-treating. So, here’s a crazy idea. Get a bunch of grab-and-go goodies and pass around the office.

You could start with a Mummy slice. Gourmet milk chocolate and English toffee “wrapped” in white chocolate drizzle. Sugar eyes peer out from behind the white chocolate for that Mummy-touch.

Then there is a Moompa. If a Twinkie dressed up for Halloween, it would be a Moompa. Chocolate Pizza Company takes those golden, cream-filled cakes and covers them in milk chocolate. Chocolatiers then hand-decorate each one.

Chocolate covered puffed rice and marshmallow squares with Halloween decorations are also fun. The boss may want to set out a bowl of chocolate covered cookies with spooky decorations on them. They won’t last long that is for certain.

Halloween is all about fun and sweets but it isn’t just for kids. Colleagues can add some smiles to the workday by treating the office to gourmet chocolate. Hey, chocolate brings people together and that is good for any workplace. But make sure you get the good stuff. Plopping a bag of grocery store candy down in the break room doesn’t inspire anyone. Walking in with Chocolate Pizza, Peanut Butter Wings or a bag of handcrafted Halloween treats gets everyone fired up. When it comes to office Halloween ideas, Chocolate Pizza Company delivers.


Chocolate Pizza Company is Central New York’s largest chocolate maker. For decades, Chocolate Pizza and Peanut Butter Wings have been the gold standard for unique, delicious and impressive chocolate specialties.

Company owner, Ryan Novak, started as a dishwasher when he was 15 years-old. In 2010, at the age of 21 and a senior at Syracuse University, he became the owner. The 29-year-old entrepreneur has made TV appearances on Food Network, Hallmark Channel, CNBC and more. Forbes and People magazines have interviewed him. He has taken Chocolate Pizza Company from a small-town chocolate shop to an emerging national brand.

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