Happy Holidays everyone!!! Cannot believe it’s already here!! Okay, so calendar-wise we’re definitely not there yet but food-wise, well, just slap a beard on me and call me Santa because it’s basically Christmas. The jolliest people around are apparently all at Hershey’s, and we got a chance to preview all the amazing candy they have coming this winter.
First up, we have a new shape of Reese’s that look like Nutcrackers. Reese’s always taste better as a shape and these are definitely no exception. These ones are actually already listed on Walmart’s website, though you can’t quite buy them yet.
Next up is an offering that we were already tipped off to online: Sugar Cookie Hershey’s Kisses. Hershey officially confirmed that they’ll be on their way to us this holiday and we got a chance to try them early. White chocolate fans will definitely be in love with these, and they really do taste like your favorite holiday baked good. Oh, and on the back, the bag features a recipe for Sugar Cookie Hershey’s Kisses Sugar Cookies that you’ll want to make ASAP.
Next up are my personal favorite new additions: Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Build-A-Santa and Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme Build-A-Snowman. Each looks like your typical chocolate bar but is designed to be broken off and assembled to look like their respective winter characters. I’m obsessed with these, they’re great for little kids and adults alike, as well as a perfect stocking stuffer. Speaking of, another amazing item that will really have you talking is this Reese’s White Elephant. It’s designed to be given as a gift during the traditional surprise present game, but is also literally a white elephant! It’s a massive white chocolate Reese’s treat stuffed with peanut butter. Everyone is going to be trading you to get this one.
Finally, Hershey’s also confirmed the return of favorites like Hot Cocoa Kisses, as well as, Mint + Dark Chocolate Kit Kats, which will be offered in fun sizes this holiday. Phew! I think that’s it! You’ll start seeing these roll out in store soon. Happy Christmas in September to you all and to all a good night!
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