Stocking stuffers for kids should be inexpensive, enjoyable, and, of course, small enough to fit in a Christmas stocking. These five food gifts fit the bill. The kids will love opening these stocking stuffers!
Jelly Belly Company
Fans of Harry Potter will go crazy over these jelly beans. They bring to life the Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Jelly Beans from the Harry Potter books. Made by Jelly Belly, these jelly beans taste as true to life as other Jelly Belly jelly beans. Enjoy flavors like soap, earthworm, earwax and dirt!
Famed chocolatier has transformed the humble Cheerio into a magnificent snack food with these chocolate-covered Cheerios. At $5 a bag, they're worth every penny.
You've never tasted marshmallows until you've had these gourmet marshmallow. In flavors like raspberry, vanilla and chocolate, these marshmallows look and taste divine.
Try a vanilla marshmallow in a cup of Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate, and you'll never go back to plain hot cocoa and marshmallows again.
Smencils are gourmet-scented pencils in flavors like cherry, watermelon, toasted marshmallow, root beer and pineapple. You can buy pre-scented smencils or a kit that lets the kids make scented pencils of their own. Even better: These pencils are environmentally-friendly. They use just a fraction of the trees to make Smencils than are needed to make regular pencils.
You haven't tried hot chocolate until you've tried Schokinag "drinking chocolate." They call it drinking chocolate because it's real bits of chocolate -- not cocoa powder. Just scoop some into a mug with milk, microwave, and add more milk to make the most decadent and delicious hot chocolate you've ever tasted. I adore the chocolate mint, but check out the regular hot chocolate, white chocolate and dulce de leche. Yum!