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You can’t celebrate the holidays without the help of a few seasonal foods! This time of year, stores are brimming with lots of delicious limited edition holiday offerings to eat and drink. They’re perfect to bring to a festive bash or just enjoy while watching your favorite holiday movie.
Here are 11 seasonal treats to try—but get your hands on them before its too late!
Pepperidge Farm Raspberry Linzer Cookies
Let’s start the list with my personal favorite! Now, Pepperidge Farm has several limited edition cookies for the holidays, such as Snowballs, Mint Brussels, the Ginger Family Cookie Collection and Candy Cane Milanos. But for me it’s allllll about the Linzers. Whenever I see them appear at my local grocery store, I know holiday magic is about to begin. Yum!
Cap’n Crunch’s Christmas Crunch
One of the best parts of the holiday season is that every day feels special! Each morning can start off with a dose of holiday magic thanks to the appearance of Cap’n Crunch’s Limited Edition Christmas Crunch on the shelves. It is regular Cap’n Crunch cereal but with green and red trees. Cute!
Reese’s Peanut Butter Holiday Trees
What is it about Reese’s Peanut Butter Holiday Trees that tastes so much better than just plain old Reese’s cups? I like to think it’s because Christmas elves made them, but maybe it’s just because they seem to have more peanut butter filling inside!
Califia Farms Holiday Nog
Eggnog is one of those “love it or hate it” holiday treats—but until recently, people with lactose allergies didn’t really have a choice. Most store-prepared eggnog was a “no” for them. However, everyone can enjoy Holiday Nog from Califia Farms which is made with almond milk. It’s also gluten-free and soy-free!
Ghirardelli Christmas Peppermint Bark
It’s easy to make peppermint bark at home, but who has time for that during the holidays when there are presents to buy and a home to decorate? Ghirardelli has you covered with their limited edition peppermint bark squares, including Traditional, Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate Peppermint Brownie.
Godiva Holiday Truffle Flight
After a long day of holiday shopping at the mall, nothing beats going up to the checkout counter and finding a delicious chocolate treat awaiting you. Grab a few 6-piece Godiva Holiday Truffle Flights for your stocking stuffers …or a few to stuff in your own face as well!
DiBella Famiglia Holiday Biscotti
Biscotti is the perfect seasonal treat, whether you have it in the a.m. with a cup of coffee or in the p.m. with a cup of hot cocoa or a glass of wine. DiBella Famiglia is the standard, especially for holiday biscotti!
Trader Joe’s Pfeffernusse German Spice Cookies
Not a biscotti person? Look no further than Trader Joe’s Pfeffernusse German Spice Cookies. These tiny spice cookies are a holiday staple in The Netherlands, Denmark and Germany. You can find them at Trader Joe’s or Amazon. (Oh, and it’s pronounced “feff-er-new-sa.”)
Triscuit Nutmeg and Cinnamon Crackers
Triscuit’s latest holiday offering of Nutmeg and Cinnamon Crackers is quickly becoming a favorite. You can top this seasonal cracker with sweet potato, apple slices, pumpkin butter, or even dessert hummus! It’s perfect for holiday parties or solo munching.
Archway Bells & Stars Cookies
You can’t ring in the season without the traditional Bells & Stars cookies from Archway! These simple yet festive treats are a staple in many homes every time the holiday season rolls around.
Harry And David’s Moose Munch
Every holiday festivity needs popcorn! Harry and David’s Moose Munch is the standard-bearer when it comes to everyone’s favorite holiday kernels. Find flavors like dark chocolate salted caramel, cranberry almond, cinnamon maple pecan or milk chocolate macadamia nut, all in festively-decorated canisters!
What’s your limited edition holiday treat that only comes out during the holiday season? Let us know in the comments!