Hocus Pocus Fans Won't Want To Miss These Walmart Baking Kits

When you want to celebrate Halloween right, you can't forget to break out your copy of Disney's 1993 film "Hocus Pocus." According to Disney Parks, the franchise is still going strong and has inspired a ton of merchandise, including limited edition dolls, mini backpacks, button-up shirts, Thackeray Binx cat mugs, and so much more. You can't watch this classic movie without some proper snacks, and luckily, Disney has come out with a new line of baking kits you can pick up on your next Walmart run.

According to Delish, "Hocus Pocus" superfans can plan to pick up the supplies to craft your very own Amuck cupcakes, Binx cookies, Spellbook brownies, and Potion Bottle cookies. You can pick these items up at Walmart locations nationwide and on the store's website. Each kit goes for $5.47, but some have already sold out on Walmart's online store, so you need to get a move on if you want to celebrate this timeless movie with the perfect sweet treat. After checking out the details of each product, you can see why shoppers have pounced on these baking kits that have the power to hit you with a wave of nostalgia.

Walmart conjures up nostalgia with these baking kits

Anyone looking to cozy up with their copy of "Hocus Pocus" can plan on baking up a tray of Spellbrook brownies that come with the brownie mix, icing, and wafer paper sprinkles, per Walmart. If those desserts don't strike your fancy, you can whip up some Binx-shaped cookies that come with icing, sanding sugar, a cat-shaped cookie cutter, eye sprinkles, and cookie mix, according to Walmart's online site. The store also has a kit so you can craft your own potion bottle cookies that come with edible stickers to make your creations perfect.

If Halloween means endless marathons of "Hocus Pocus," you have to get your hands on this special deal any fan of the film can get behind. Just make sure to get a move on — you don't want to get left in the dust on this deal, and once Halloween comes to an end, you might not see these products return until next year.