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The best chocolate advent calendars for kids

Section: Christmas
chocolate advent calendars

While we all know that chocolate should be given in moderation to children, a chocolate advent calendar is a popular Christmas tradition you may want to include your toddler in during December - plus we're sure they wouldn't mind sharing it with you occasionally...right? 

To give you a helping hand, we've rounded up the best chocolate advent calendar for kids that you can buy in 2020. 

This sweet calendar contains delicious wrapped Reindeer and Lindt Teddies, Milk with White Chocolate Snowdrops, Lindor Mini Truffles, Swiss Milk Napolitains and on the 24th of December, an adorable full-size Lindt Teddy.

A Cadbury's advent calendar is a classic at Christmas but new for 2020, this addition contains creamy white chocolate pieces behind each door for your little one to open and enjoy.

Allergen free, vegan and plastic free, each drawer in this beautifully illustrated calendar contains a mini choc, a fun puzzle toy to build and a fact card. The sleeve of the calendar then turns into a playmat for all of the puzzle characters.

If your toddler is a fan of Peter Rabbit, she's love this Charbonnel et Walker which has 25 milk chocolates to countdownto Christmas, each one featuring transfer-printed Peter Rabbit themed images.

Made from 40% milk chocolate which means more cocoa and less sugar, this sweet calendar from Hotel Chocolat contains adorable chocolate characters behind each door for your toddler to reveal. 

If your youngster needs to steer clear of dairy, the Mummy Meagz Vegan 24 Day Advent Calendar is a great option. Smooth dairy-free mylk chocolate meets deliciously creamy dark chocolate in these 24 chocolates which depict well-known Christmas scenes.

Why not choose a photo advent calendar with a sweet treat behind every door? Pick your favourite photo of your little one, family or even a drawing for the calendar and choose between either Kinder Chocolate or Ferrero Rocher for the filling.

  • Author: Emily Thorpe Emily Thorpe
  • Job Title: Digital Writer

Having worked for Mother&Baby magazine for four years where she wrote news and product pages, features and  interviewed celebrities such as Paloma Faith, Fearne Cotton and Alex Jones, Emily now works as Digital Writer for Mother&Baby online.

A fondness for travel, chocolate and her sausage dog Luna, in her spare time. Emily also runs the lifestyle blog, Musings & More.


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