Hershey’s 2019 holiday candy lineup adds cinnamon Kit Kats, Reese’s Mystery Shapes & more

Some of these sweet treats are now available at Walmart and Walgreens

Hershey’s candy collection for this year’s holiday season has just gotten bigger and more exciting.

The Pennsylvania-based chocolate maker recently unveiled five additional festive treats for its holiday candy lineup, and these Christmas-themed confections are as follows:

#1 Kit Kat Sweet Cinnamon Miniatures

As its name indicates, these Kit Kat miniatures are sweet cinnamon-flavored. Selling for $3.49 per 7.5-ounce pack at Walgreens, these chocolate wafers are individually wrapped in adorable green packaging made to look like elves.

#2 Reese’s Mystery Shapes

Each pack of Reese’s Mystery Shapes contains peanut butter crème -filled chocolate candies that come in three holiday-themed shapes, which look like a stocking, a bell, and a chestnut. Each candy is individually wrapped, keeping chocolate lovers in suspense as they open them. A 10.8-ounce bag of these sweet treats retails at Walmart for $2.98.

#3 Reese’s Holiday Lights

A box of Reese’s Holiday Lights contains four peanut butter crème-filled chocolate eggs that look like bulbs of old-fashioned Christmas lights. Each egg is wrapped in decorative foil, similar to egg-shaped treats released during Easter. These sweet treats retail for $3.99 per box at Walgreens.

#4 Hershey’s Dipped Pretzels

These bite-sized pretzels are dipped in white crème and decorated with red and green sprinkles for a festive look. Pretzel lovers can now purchase a 7.5-ounce bag of these snacks at Blair Candy Company for $4.75.

#5 Hershey’s Holiday Mix & Mingle Tin

A perfect mix of sweet and salty, Hershey’s Holiday Mix & Mingle Tin is filled with Hershey’s Cookies and Crème Drops, Candy Coated Milk Chocolates, Whoppers, and mini pretzels. Great for a last-minute hostess gift, this mix of confectionery sells for $10.18 at Walmart.

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