The tradition of Jack-o-Lanterns originated centuries ago in Ireland, when people used to carve faces into turnips, potatoes, and beets to place in their windows each fall. The carved veggies were intended to frighten off a spirit named Jack, who was said to wander about the town carrying a lantern. Thus he was known as "Jack of the Lantern," or, more colloquially, "Jack o’ Lantern" (this was Ireland, after all). Irish and English immigrants brought the tradition with them to America, where they found that the pumpkin, a gourd native to the continent, made for an even better carving canvas.
If you’re looking to get into the Halloween spirit by carving pumpkins this holiday, then we highly suggest snacking on these sugar-coated orange treats while you work your artistic talents. They’re the sweet, marshmallowy goodness of Peeps you know and love in the shape of smiley orange Jack o’ Lanterns! You may try putting them in your windows to frighten away spirits, but be warned -- these fluffy treats are known to make all sorts of sweet-toothed guests, living and dead, show up at your door!
Unit Price = $2.00/pack.
Case includes 24 packs of Halloween Pumpkin Peeps.
Made in the USA.
Shipping Weight ~ 4 lbs.