German Chocolate Advent Calendars- A Sweet Way to Wait for Christmas
Since 1958, the only thing better than just opening a door on your Advent Calendar, is opening a door and finding a piece of CHOCOLATE behind it! These German Chocolate Advent Calendars are certain to be a hit for kids ….of all ages!! Now, I know, you might be able to find Chocolate Advent calendars at the discount store… but you get what you pay for. These are filled with the German Chocolate we all crave… Lindt, Ritter Sport, Kinder Schokolade… and even some Dark Chocolate versions for the adults who crave sweet, but not too sweet. There is a perfect Advent Calendar for everyone in the family. But remember… only one chocolate per day! (Turns out, Christmas doesn’t come any faster if you eat them all at once!)
German Chocolate Advent Calendars
Open a door the door of these German Advent Calendar Chocolate style, and get a super special treat, a piece of chocolate (just one per day!).
What child (or adult) wouldn’t be happy counting down the days until Christmas with such a wonderful Advent Calendar!
Most though are simple… a sort of thick cardboard that holds pockets of chocolates. Perfect to satisfy the sweet tooth just a little bit each day, until the magical time when you open the last doors and Christmas is HERE!
Kinder Chocolate Advent Calendars
My favorite chocolate while growing up (and still one of my secret favorites today) is Kinder Schokolade. Sweet and creamy, this chocolate is a delight! Luckily, the people at Kinder make a nice selection of German Chocolate Advent Calendars… so each of your children can have a different one.
Mozart Schokolade Advent Calender
For those who want the most luxurious Chocolate Advent Calendar available, Reber has you covered. This Mozart Advent Calendar is filled with the finest confections… Mozart Kugel, Marzipan Pralines, Santas and Hearts. It’s a bit more expensive, but every bite is worth it!
Lindt Chocolate Advent Calendars
Lindt is known for their fine chocolates. When Advent Season begins, they have quite a selection of Chocolate Advent Calendars to make everyone happy… From Chocolates with Teddy Bear shapes and Chocolate Squares to their Special Hello Candies. For the dark chocolate lover, Lindt has a Edelbitter Advent Calendar….And for me… the Lindt Lindor Advent Calendar… pure bliss…
Lindt Milk Chocolate Advent Calendar, 280 gLindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Mini Advent Calendar – 24 Milk Chocolate Mini Truffles, 109g – The Perfect Secret Santa Gift for Your DeskLindt Milk Chocolate 2019 Teddy Bear Advent Calendar for Kids and AdultsLindt Advent Calendar 160G Case Of 2Lindt Lindor Assorted Chocolate Truffles Advent Calendar 300GLindt Bear Advent Calendar 250gLindt Advent Calendar – 160GLindt Holiday Assorted Chocolate Advent Calendar, Great for Holiday Gifting, 10.2 Ounce2019 Lindt LINDOR Wintercountry Large Advent Calendar
Milka Advent Calendars
When most people think German Chocolate, their thoughts immediately turn to the Purple Cow… Milka. With a Milka Advent Calendar, you get to have a piece every day in December…all the way till Christmas.
Currently available through Amazon DE
These 3D Towers are fun!! (Smarties are like M&Ms…. sort of. Different Colors and different Chocolate)
Niederegger Advent Calendar
Niederegger hasn’t forgotten those of you who LOVE Marzipan…AND NOUGAT!
Niederegger Red Glamour Mini Advent CalendarNiederegger Marzipan Mini Wichtelwerkstatt Advent Calendar 170g/6.0 OzNiederegger Classics Marzipan Chocolates Advent Calendar 2019 300gNiederegger Nougat Advent Calendar – 500 G/17.6 OzNiederegger Marzipan Glamour Advent Calendar 500 g/17.6 oz NEW
Heidel Advent Calendar
Confiserie Heidel is an extraordinary chocolate brand, which has found many enthusiastic fans since it first began producing chocolates in 1982. Their products are not only delicious, they are beautifully packaged in nostalgic wrappings.
Windel Chocolate Advent Calendars and House
Windel is a sister company to Heidel (in fact, the del in Heidel comes from Windel…) They made their first Chocolate Advent Calendar in 1986… today, you can get an Advent Calendar for a reasonable price.
After Eight Advent Calendar
After Eights may not be strictly German, but they were as much a part of our Christmas Celebrations as any other German Goodies. In fact, I don’t think we ever had Christmas without those dark and minty After Eight! Now, you can get a yummy After Eight Advent Calendar! My Opa would approve.
Ritter Sport Advent Calendars
Ritter Sport – Quadratisch, Practisch, Gut… and a perfect thing for a German Chocolate Advent Calendar. The doors hide different varieties of chocolates, wrapped in special Holiday wrappers.