Hocus Pocus

‘Hocus Pocus’ cookie dough

Kenny Ortega’s 1993 Halloween classic Hocus Pocus seems to get more and more popular with each passing Halloween season, and this year we’re even getting official cookie dough!

Being released by Nestle Toll House this Autumn, which is right around the corner, the Hocus Pocus-themed dough is oatmeal peanut butter flavoured, and each pack makes 20 cookies.

Chocolate morsels and candy-coated gems are packed into the dough. With an oatmeal peanut butter base, the Hocus Pocus cookie dough also includes candy-coated gems that represent the film’s iconic trio – the Sanderson Sisters.

Companies are continuing to crank out new Hocus Pocus items for the upcoming spooky season. Funko recently expanded its Hocus Pocus line with a brand new Pop! vinyl figure. As well, Disney launched a Hocus Pocus cauldron-shaped mug with a broomstick stirring spoon, perfect for your favorite hot holiday beverage.

For those that enjoy raw cookie dough, however, Nestle has placed a warning on the packaging. The label warns against consuming the dough raw. However, almost two dozen delicious 90-calorie cookies can be made with the dough. According to various reports, the cookie dough is selling for just under the $3 mark.

So, now might be the time to head to your local grocery store and see if they have Nestle’s Hocus Pocus cookie dough. From the sounds of it, this item is going to go fast.

 

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