Saturday, December 21, 2013

(Tomoson) - Nestle Stocking Stuffers

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.



Santa's making a list and he's checking it twice. He's also checking to make sure plenty of Nestle candy is on the list, too!  This holiday season you can enjoy all of your favorite Wonka candy including their newest addition - Pixy Stix Powder-Filled Candy Cane, all for less than $10!  

It's hard to believe Christmas will be here in only a week! It's even harder to believe I haven't bought all my children's stocking stuffers yet. I will tell you what isn't hard to believe, though. I will be filling their stocking with plenty of Nestle candy!  I will also be working with the kids to create delicious treats using Nestle recipes such as Chocolate Dipped WONKA Peppermint Sticks, Very Merry Christmas Cookie Wreath, and a Cookie Ornament Cup. 

As a member of Tomoson, we were approved to receive a few samples of Nestle Wonka candy to review. Check out what we received and what we thought about each candy, below.



Wonka SweetTarts Holiday Gummies - These gummies come in fun holiday shapes. They are perfect for serving in a bowl at a holiday gathering or make a great stocking stuffer too. We loved the texture and fun shapes.

WONKA Holiday Nerds Rope - The amazingly yummy candy that you can pull, twist, chew, and bite! It makes an ideal stocking stuffer. This is one of my children's favorite candies because it's not only yummy, but fun too! 

WONKA Gobstopper CandyCanes - These new candy canes are definitely not your average candy canes. They not only change color, but flavor too! Only Wonka himself could come up with such extraordinary candy canes!  My children referred to them as "magical candy canes"! 

BUY IT: You can purchase Nestle candy at retailers nationwide including Target, Walmart, and online on Amazon.com. 


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

15 comments:

GossipMoms said...

I thinkl I would go with the sweet tarts, I haven't had some of those in a long time, lol

Masshole Mommy said...

As far as my kids go, you can never go wrong with candy as a stocking stuffer. I don't like to give them too much, but a little can't hurt, right?

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

These are some delicious stocking stuffers. We also buy treats like these to fill the kids stockings with on Christmas.

MikiHope said...

WONKA Gobstopper CandyCanes --now those sound like a really fun candy cane--they actually change color as you eat them? Wish I had known about them at Halloween-they would have been perfect to give out to the kiddos stopping by my door!

Jennifer Williams said...

We never put chocolate in stockings for Christmas, it is always on the table - the dogs get it if it is under the tree and it melts in the stocking when the fire is lit. We learned that the hard way, lol. Love Nestle products.

Aisha Kristine Chong said...

Wow, yummy! <3

Holidays needs a lot of sweets! This is perfect!

VickeC said...

love their candy,,I stuffed 24 stockings this year an most of them have some of this candy inthem

mail4rosey said...

I like Wonka products, and my husband loves Nestle Butterfinger bells. :)

Elise said...

Star burst gummies!? Those, I must try! I didn't know there was such a thing!

Pam said...

Wonka candies are some of my kids favorites. They always ask for Nerds in their stocking.

Annie said...

The chocolate dipped peppermint sticks look divine! I'm drooling now!

Pam said...

I bough some Nestle crunch Christmas Bells the other day to set on our table and they are so good. Nestle Crunch candy bars are usually not my go to candy bar but these bells were delicious and almost gone.

Katherine Bartlett said...

Who doesn't love candy on the holidays?!

Michelle H said...

Are the Gobstopper candy canes as hard as a real gobstopper? They'd keep the kids busy forever, if they were (or I'd be cleaning up sticky forever) :)

Amanda McMahon said...

We do a Christmas chocolate egg in the stocking and some fine dark chocolate for my husband.