Chocolates are sweet, representing the Hanukkah spirit. There are great chocolates made just for Hanukkah that are inexpensive and a perfect gift to give for the holiday. You can find chocolate dreidels, chocolate menorahs, and chocolate stars, and more. Nannies and au pairs can certainly buy these individual chocolates – a new one on each day – and surprise the kids on all the eight nights of the festival.
Hanukkah gelt means Hanukkah money. Children are often given sums of money as an official Hanukkah gift. According to a survey done in 2006, 74 percent of parents in Israel give their children Hanukkah gelt. A popular custom in the past few decades is giving chocolate coins to children on the festival of Hanukkah. Children often use chocolate gelt to play dreidel. So, nannies and au pairs can't go wrong giving their charges some chocolate gelt for Hanukkah.
Gayle's Chocolates Menorah Celebration Box
The Menorah-shaped chocolate box is yet another representative Hanukkah gift that kids would surely love. Collection of Hanukkah-themed dark chocolate is a fun remembrance of the Festival of Lights. A handmade, dark chocolate menorah is filled with chocolate coins, chocolate potato latkes, and wood dreidels. A much-appreciated gift for the chocoholic in your life! Arrives in a custom box detailed with blue ribbons.
Zelda's Sweet Shoppe
Dreidel Chocolate Lollipop
Menorah Chocolate Lollipop
Who doesn't love halvah? If you haven't tried it yet, during Hanukkah is the perfect time to buy some and share with your charges. Halvah is a popular candy made of crushed sesame seeds and honey. The flaky, dense, tahini-based candy known to American and Israeli Jews is only one of hundreds of different types of halvah eaten across the globe.
Joyva Marble Halvah is a confection made of crushed sesame seeds in a binder of honey. The addition of chocolate makes it super yummy. Add them as a special touch and a delicious surprise to your Hanukkah gift giving.
Little People Hanukkah Play SetJust look at the photo and do we need to say more? This is the cutest little toy for children celebrating Hanukkah. The characters are adorable. The presents are fun to open and close and the music is cute. Definitely a fun toy that provides lots of entertainment for any child. The menorah on the table even lights up!