Colorado killer Chris Watts has been gorging on junk foods and sweets while in the Wisconsin prison, where he is serving the rest of his life for murdering his pregnant wife Shanann and two young daughters. Radar Online reported Wednesday, that the 33-year-old ordered six-pack of fudge brownies, three boxes of holiday cookies, powdered donuts, and three iced buns.

Watts, who garnered the attention of some women that are sending him love letters in prison, also asked for pens and envelopes to mail letters out. Radar Online, cited his Dec. 14 commissary list, stating that the convict will soon lose his "buff physique."

The killer seems to have worked his charm so far, attracting the attention of several women who have expressed their interest in him. Inside Edition revealed excerpts from the letters, in which one woman named Candace wrote, “In my heart I know you are a great guy. If you do write me back I’d be the happiest girl alive that's for sure.”

One woman named Tatiana sent a picture of herself in a bikini to Watts with a letter said, “I find myself thinking a lot about you.” Another woman named Kim wrote, “I’m hoping to brighten your days.”

Earlier this month, Watts was transferred to Dodge Correctional Institution in Waupun — a facility known for notorious serial killers — following security concerns at his Colorado prison. He had brutally strangled his wife and two daughters in their beds and dumped the children’s bodies in an oil tank.

Watts murdered his wife and children after starting an affair with a woman named Nichol Kessinger. During questioning, Kessinger said that she believed that Watts was in the process of divorcing his wife when the affair began. After Watts pleaded guilty to murdering his family, Kessinger was placed in a witness protection program, Radar Online reported.

“She has received several threats, public shaming and could be considered one of the ‘most hated women’ in America,” a source close to the investigation told Radar Online. “She plans to start fresh with a new name, new town and ultimately a new identity.”

On Monday, the news outlet reported that the home, where Watts killed his pregnant wife and two young children will be sold to the highest bidder in an auction on April 17. While he has weeks to remove his belongings from the home, a staff member at the Colorado Office of the Attorney General told Radar Online that he won’t get a chance to do that.

“He will most certainly not be transported back to Colorado to obtain his belongings,” the staff member said. “He can’t just go home – he’s in jail for murder!

While Shannon's family has already removed her belongings from the home, everything that her husband owns still remains in the house.