Celebrate Hanukkah with your Favorite Chocolates!

It feels like we blinked and December suddenly appeared! The rush of the holidays is upon us, and before you know it, Hanukkah will be here. The eight-day festival takes place from December 22nd through the 30th this year, and if you’re planning to celebrate with friends and family, why not enjoy a few Hanukkah-themed sweet treats?

Here are just a few of our favorite festive creations from Hilliards Chocolates:

Hanukkah Peppermint Bark from Hilliards Chocolates

Hanukkah Peppermint Bark

Our Hanukkah peppermint bark is like nothing you’ve ever tasted before. We begin by infusing our signature dark chocolate and smooth white chocolate with just the right amount of natural peppermint oil. We then layer the chocolate and top it with specially made crushed peppermint candy in traditional Hanukkah blue. Purchase some to snack on yourself for the eight nights of Hanukkah, or give a 10-ounce wooden keepsake box as a gift!

Hanukkah Chocolate Pops

Need Hanukkah treats to satisfy any sweet tooth? We have just the thing! Try an assortment of our Hanukkah pops, which are just as fun for adults as they are for the kids. Made of creamy milk chocolate, these sweet delights come in menorah, Star of David, and “Happy Hanukkah” designs. These make quick and easy gifts for those looking to spread a little Hanukkah cheer at school or in the office.

Chocolate-Covered Matzos

Matzo is an unleavened flatbread that is a staple in Jewish cuisine. It’s tasty on its own, but much like anything else, it’s so much better when you cover it in chocolate! Our version features rich dark chocolate and a sprinkling of sea salt. Stop in and get a half-pound tray of chocolate-covered matzos to share and a quarter-pound bag for yourself because these are highly addictive!

Looking for other Hanukkah treats and delicious holiday candies, chocolates, and gift boxes? Browse our site or stop into any one of our three locations here in MA! And from all of us here at Hilliards Chocolates, Happy Hanukkah!