Eat Your Way to Christmas with an Edible Advent Calendar

With December a little more than a week away, I’ve got advent calendars on my mind. And what better way to count down the days until Christmas than with a lip-smacking, edible advent calendar? Below I rounded up a few for you and your loved ones to enjoy. Naturally, I had to include a several chocolate calendars, but I also found some savory ones. After deciding which calendar to get, the hardest part may be only eating one treat per day!

Edible Advent Calendars
  1. This bright and colorful chocolate advent calendar from Dylan’s Candy Bar is great for the young ones in your family.

  2. Filled with 24 protein bars, this advent calendar is perfect for those who are health conscious and want guilt-free treats during the holiday season.

  3. Suitable for vegetarians and anyone who loves cheese, this So Wrong It’s Nom advent calendar is filled with individually wrapped cheeses! This £8 calendar is only available at ASDA, so find a local store near you.

  4. This Godiva advent calendar contains 24 pieces of luxurious Belgian chocolate. As you open a festive square each day, you’ll be delighted by a piece of milk, dark, or white chocolate.

  5. This tree shaped advent calendar is comprised of 24 slide-out boxes. What will you find inside each box? Treats include chocolate covered pretzels, artisan caramels, and more!

  6. Inside this holiday advent tin you’ll find 24 beautifully decorated biscuits. Enjoy each cookie with a warm cup of hot cocoa as you count down the days until Christmas.

  7. For an exceptionally indulgent advent calendar, try this Neuhaus calendar. Located in Belgium, Neuhaus makes gourmet chocolate and is an elf-favorite here at the North Pole. We’re sure you’ll love it, too!

  8. The meat lovers in your family will be pleased when they eat their way to Christmas Day with this jerky advent calendar. It’s filled with an assortment of jerky and sweets.


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