Christmas is a time of merriment, creating memories with family, and enjoying great food. But once the classic ham dinner is done, are you ready for the dessert portion of the evening? Stock up on sweet stocking stuffers and goodies for the children by exploring our selection of Christmas-themed candy. We offer hundreds of treats for kids from one to 92! Decorate the Christmas tree with classic red and white peppermint candy canes or create stunning visual displays by combining an assortment of our Christmas candy. Fulfill your confectionery shopping list today by exploring our inventory.
Chocolate lovers, rejoice! Our Christmas-themed candy selection includes some of the biggest brands in mouthwatering sweets. Find Dove®, Hershey®, Nestle®, and other chocolatier masterminds in our inventory. Our chocolate selection includes multi-packs, variety packs, as well as gift boxes that are ready to be wrapped and placed under the sparkling tree.
Baking this holiday season? Find crushed peppermint in bulk to create the most delicious Christmas treats and desserts! Check out our recipe videos and photography demonstrating fun candy crafts and cocktail accouterments!
Everyone knows that children on the naughty list get coal for Christmas. Follow through with your promise as part of an inside joke by giving your kids some of Santa’s black bubble gum. This classic sack of bubble gum coal may even dye their mouths black for the rest of the day.
According to folklore, candy canes originated in late 17th century Germany. Since then, beloved candy makers have broadened the horizons of these traditional candy sticks by using bold flavors. Our extensive candy cane selection features an array of classic and interesting flavors to choose from: assorted fruit, bacon, wasabi, gravy, pickle, and other exciting options. You can find them all here!
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Sweet Little Nothings
On the night before Christmas, while Santa and the top reindeer sweated across the night sky delivering presents to the children of the world, all the elves and Mrs. Claus, the second-tier reindeer, and the Abominable Snowman went to the dock and took the yacht out on the arctic ocean for some well deserved relaxation.
Mrs. Claus kept trying to get everyone to dance, but only the elves did, doing jigs in a big circle, mainly because their union had recently succeeded in getting Santa to agree to eight-hour workdays. The second-tier reindeer were moping because they didn’t get to pull the sleigh, and the Abominable Snowman kept doing sit-ups until Mrs. Claus told him it was Abominable, not Abdominal. So he started curling elves to build his biceps.
After a while, everyone just sat and looked at the streaks across the sky, which were not, as some people thought, shooting stars, but actually Santa and the sleigh flying from country to country. Mrs. Claus consoled the second-tier reindeer: "There’s always next year," she said. "Eat lots of candy canes to build strength." She had to keep collecting their tears in a bucket, because reindeer tears, as everyone knows, are like acid and could eat through the ship’s hull.
Just then there was a huge crack and a shudder, and the ship stopped. "We hit an iceberg!" Mrs. Claus shouted. The ship tilted and started to take on water. The elves shrieked high-pitched elf screams. Mrs. Claus fanned herself and even the Abominable Snowman seemed halfway dismayed.
But the second-tier reindeer seemed energized. "Everyone grab onto one of us," one of the reindeer said, and they flew everyone to safety, back onto the North Pole ice shelf. When Santa returned, he rewarded all the second-tier reindeer by promising them that next year, they would all be top reindeer and get their very own stocking full of bulk candy, and they all cheered and high-fived hooves.
But one of the elves, obviously depressed, said: "But what about the yacht" Everyone was sad for a half second before Santa smiled and reached one hand deep, deep, deep into his bag of gifts, so deep everyone thought he would lose his hand down in the depths, so deep that he could have been reaching all the way to the South Pole, and brought out . . . jet packs for everyone! "Much better than any old yacht," Santa said, and everyone cheered.