Where to Order Your Favorite German Christmas Chocolates
I grew up with German Christmas Chocolates. That smooth, rich,delicious taste that melts on my tongue. Mmmmmmmm When I was a child, my Opa would send care packages from Germany at Christmas, and again on our Birthdays… large packages wrapped in brown paper tied with string. When you opened the packages… the smell, I still remember the smell. It smelled sweet, and cool. Under the pretty wrapping paper we’d find German Chocolates. Kinderschokolade, Feodora, Milka, Duplo, and jars of Nutella. My parents would find Weinbradt Bohnen and Alsbach.
And now you can order all of your favorite German Christmas Chocolates you want here in the United States…
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German Christmas Chocolates
German chocolate is smooth and delicious, it has a much different texture from American Chocolate bars (like Hershey’s) and a different flavor from English Chocolates (like Cadbury’s). We would always get a “Bunte Teller” or plate with chocolates and candies for ourselves… and a large platter or cookies and chocolates would be left on the coffee table for ALL to enjoy!
And you are certain to bring a smile to someone’s face when you give them a gift of German Chocolates! (It’s a gift that won’t be returned or exchanged for SURE). A nice box of German Christmas chocolate is a perfect hostess gift or gift for neighbors or acquaintances.
German chocolate is a MUST for holidays, special occasions, and for the odd Tuesday when you want some!
Cherry and Brandy Filled Chocolates BOHMEigourmet
German Chocolate Santa!
No German Cookie Plate is complete without a German Chocolate Santa.
German Chocolate Santas…
On the shared cookie plate, there would be a few smaller Chocolate Santas … so everyone would get some. But of course, there is always a large Chocolate Santa too… These are great for putting into shoes on St Nicholas Day!
There are plain ones, nutty ones, and Santas with different flavors!
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Milka Santa Dark chocolateGermanShop24Milka Santa Oreo White ChocolateGermanShop24Kit Kat SantaGermanShop24Milka Chocolate Santa with Gingerbread bitsGermanShop24Kinder SantaGermanShop24After Eight SantaGermanShop24
Milka Chocolate for Christmas
I love Milka Chocolate (and who doesn’t love the Milka Cow?)… as much as I enjoy the fun flavors… the plain is a hands down favorite. The box of 10 bars should be enough to keep some for yourself, and add one to each of your gift cookie platters.
Milka also makes assorted chocolate truffles for the Christmas and Advent season.
Milka Christmas AssortmentGermanShop24Milka Large Christmas AssortmentGermanShop24Milka Fine Chocolate Balls GingerbreadGermanShop24Milka NapsGermanShop24Milka PlushieGermanShop24
Milka SnowmanGermanShop24Mini Snow BallsGermanShop24Marzipan BallsGermanShop24Nougat Creme ballsGermanShop24
Chocolate For Kids Kinderschokolade!
The wonderful thing about Kinderschokolade, is that it isn’t just for kids… we would enjoy some delicious chocolate treats during the holidays, and all year long.
These delicious finger sized bars are a sweet milk chocolate covering a milky white chocolate filling. Perfect for kids… and perfect for adults with a really sweet tooth!
I loved giving these to my kids when they were very small… the finger sized bars can be broken up into even smaller squares. One stick could be shared out between a few kids when they were very small, and one stick was enough of a “treat” for a bigger kid, without spoiling dinner.
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Chocolate with Nonpareilles
These simple chocolate disks are another absolute must for the Bunter Teller. Delicious Chocolate… either a circle/wreath or star… is covered with little Nonpareilles (round sprinkles). They are so pretty, and make a simple addition to any dessert plate. You can even hang them from the Christmas tree!
Riegelein makes lots of delicious little chocolate figures … perfect for the Bunter Teller, or your Christmas Stocking. (and they fit nicely into shoes on St Nikolaus Tag) But they also make delicious filled chocolates! Eierlikör, Cappucino and NOUGAT!
Solid Chocolate BallsGermanShop24
Riegelein Mini Solid Santa 33% Milk Chocolate Holiday Stocking Stuffer 3.5 ozRiegelein Christmas man 10 Pieces (125g) – Milk ChocolateRiegelein Mini Solid Gold Bears 33% Milk Chocolate Holiday Stocking Stuffer 3.5 ozRiegelein Mini Solid Snowmen 33% Milk Chocolate Holiday Stocking Stuffer 3.5 oz
German Chocolate Ornaments
You could Hang German chocolate Ornaments on the Tree or Accent the Wrapping on a Present
When I was young, my mom would add something special to our Christmas
Tree… these edible ornaments are made from delicious chocolate, then covered with a decorative foil. There is a string attached to make hanging the ornaments a breeze.
I also love attaching the German chocolate ornaments to special Christmas Gifts for my kids or people I love. It becomes a nice treat for someone to enjoy while they are opening your gift. Either way German Chocolate for Christmas is a great gift.
RIEGELEIN Solid Chocolate Neapolitans in a Drum, 275 GRRiegelein Chocolate Tree Decorations Bag Holiday Ornaments, 7.06 oz
Fererro Shooting StarGermanShop 24Mon Cheri Christmas StarGermanShop 24
Riegelein – Flimmersterne – 4St/40gAMAZON.DE
Chocolates in Gift Tins
These presents are already wrapped!
Heidel Christmas Ferris Wheel Tin with Chocolate Pralines, 4.1ozHeidel Nostalgic Chocolate Tin
Asbach Uralt in Gift Boxes
Brandy Filled Chocolates
Asbach Uralt is known throughout Europe for fine chocolates filled with Brandy. Some are shaped like bottles, some like truffles, and others like beans… They are an adults-only treat.
But what a treat it is! Dark chocolate lined inside with a crisp sugar crust… when you crunch through it, the delicious flavor of Asbach Uralt brandy fills your mouth. mmmmmm
These candies were “verboten” for us kids… not just they are filled with alcohol, but because I’m pretty sure my parents wanted to keep them all to themselves. They really are quite tasty to an adult palate. (I do remember my then 2 year old son popping one in his mouth… the look on his face said he wouldn’t make that mistake again for a very long time!)
More Asbach Uralt chocolates will be listed as they become available for the season.
Asbach Uralt Brandy Filled Chocolates in 24 Bottle Window Gift Box – 300g/10.6oz
Fine German Chocolate Since 1910
Since 1910, Feodora has been making chocolates of the finest quality. Slow roasted, and finely ground cocoa beans make the best Chocolates… named for Princess Feodora, the sister-in-law of Kaiser Wilhelm.
Today, a box of Feodora Chocolate is a lovely hostess gift, or small gift for a friend.
Feodora 15 Assorted Chocolates 165 g / 5.82 ozFeodora Chocolade Tablets Whole Milk Hochfein 225g
Mon Cheri -German Chocolate and Liqueur Covered Cherries
These liqueur filled Chocolate Covered Cherries are not the standard drug store treats. These are Chocolate Covered Cherries with a kick…. and are for Adults only.
My mother REALLY loves them. And a nice box of these Pralines would certainly be a welcome gift.
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Assorted Fine Chocolates in individually wrapped finger sized bars that come in different flavors of chocolate; Nuts, coffee, marzipan, dark chocolate and praline. You could also get a fancy shaped box with Merci minis.
As a child, I always felt very sophisticated eating these… but not so sophisticated that I didn’t eat all the “good ones” first. My favorite flavors were praline (sort of a nougat filled bar) and Kaffee-Sahne (a layered bar with Coffee and cream layers…). I love introducing these to Americans, it’s fun to watch them sort through looking for new favorites!
You can get boxes of Merci Chocolates in different sizes, and in different flavors. So if you prefer dark chocolate, you can get the dark box.
I’ve been giving boxes of Merci Chocolates as Teacher gifts for years. The price for a box is reasonable, and it’s a nice “thoughtful gift”.
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Chocolate Covered Marzipan
Sweet Almond Paste and Chocolate
Made in Lubeck, Germany, Niederegger Marzipan is Almond Paste that is mixed with sugar to sweeten it, then covered with Dark Chocolate. Makes a lovely treat or gift.
My sister has always been the Marzipan fan in our house (I was Nougat)…. and she always found a big bar on her Bunte Teller. Slice the bar to make it last… Eating the whole thing like a regular candy bar is just too rich!!
Dark Chocolate covered Marzipan creamGermanShop24Marzipan Bread minisGermanShop24Milka Chocolate MarzipanGermanShop24Niederegger Marzipanerie Gift Box, 3.5 OunceMarzipan Domino | Finest Dominoes Double Filled with Niederegger Marzipan and Dark Chocolate | 125 g | Niederegger | GermanyMirabell Mozart Kugeln Echte Salzburger 290g/ 17 pieces
Niederegger Chocolate Covered Marzipan Loaf, 4.4-Ounce (Pack of 5)Niederegger Classic Marzipan Variations – 300 g/10.5 ozNiederegger Marzipanerie Gift Box, 3.5 OunceMarzipan Domino | Finest Dominoes Double Filled with Niederegger Marzipan and Dark Chocolate | 125 g | Niederegger | GermanyMirabell Mozart Kugeln Echte Salzburger 290g/ 17 pieces
Germans can not live on German Christmas Chocolates Alone!! There must also be …German Christmas Cookies!!
Milka Magic Mix with PlushieGermanShop24
My favorite are the Weinbrandt Bohnen. I could sit and eat a whole box in one sitting. LOL
I will never tell…. (I’m that way with Nougat…)
What I really miss are the little rectangles of chocolate – only about an inch and a half long – wrapped in jewel-toned foil. Five (I think) different colors – red, blue, purple, green gold – would be stacked on top of each other, each one at right angles to the one below, and then they’d be tied in place with gold cord. It looked like a little stack of presents, and you could hang it on the tree. The chocolate was good, of course, but it was really the look of it that I loved.
And what about the Eis Konfect (I think) – the smooth, rich, melty chocolate each in its little jewel-tone foil cup. I could eat those forever! (Clearly I have a thing about jewel-tone foil).
I love Eis Konfect! Here are some wrapped as gifts–>https://amzn.to/2LjrtKq
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Do you know where to get the chocolate little Dutch “wooden” shoes? Although these might not be German, we used to buy these at a German import store and they were my favorites!
I found them on Amazon–> https://amzn.to/389DAr1
My kids are teens and for some humor, I would like to purchase the Casali or Milka St. Nicholas & Krampus chocolates but can only find at online European stores where shipping is high. Any ideas where these items can be found in the US?