Jingles bags of Crunch and Butterfinger are back for the holiday season

Crunch Jingles Bags for the Holidays. Image courtesy of Ferrero
Crunch Jingles Bags for the Holidays. Image courtesy of Ferrero /

If there is one thing we love more than a snack size chocolate bar at Christmas, it is the Jingles versions of classics like Crunch and Butterfinger. If you have never had a bell shaped chocolate with either crisped rice (hello Crunch) or crunchy peanut butter (my beloved Butterfinger), then you are missing out!

But you don’t have to miss out! That’s because Ferrero is making our holiday dreams come true and they are once again releasing bags of Jingles Crunch and Butterfinger.

While these are only available at the holidays (thanks to the shape of course), they are perfect for stocking stuffers and even as little sweet treats at parties and on dessert tables. In fact, these are even good for the Thanksgiving dessert table!

Crunch and Butterfinger Jingles bags are back for the holiday season

And when it comes to the holidays, there is something special about pieces of chocolate wrapped in colorful foils for the season. Especially when the foil colors work for the holidays! Whether it is the silver, green, and red of the Crunch Jingles or the gold, red, and green of the Butterfinger Jingles, there is something extra festive about these sweet treats.

Maybe it is just me, but much like the Halloween and Christmas shapes of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, the Jingles just hit differently. It is like they do something to them to make them taste even better than when they are in mini candy bar shapes. And if that isn’t enough to make you snag a bag of Jingles, you could just pick them up because who doesn’t need sweet treats to get through the holidays?

I can’t wait to get my hands on bags of both the Crunch and Butterfinger Jingles and it is so exciting that Ferrero has brought them back for another year of seasonal magic.

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Are you a fan of the Jingles bags? Do you like the holiday shapes from the different chocolate brands? Which is your favorite? We want to know.