Sugar Cookie Hershey’s Kisses Will Be Here by Christmas, and They’re a Baker’s Dream

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We’re aware it’s only August. But we’re already excited for the holidays! You may have already heard about the new Sugar Cookie M&M’s that will arrive in December. We’re also anxiously awaiting Dolly Parton’s Christmas musical.

Lucky for us, Hershey’s is riding the Christmas train, too. The brand just announced the next holiday Kiss: Sugar Cookie Hershey’s Kisses.

What’s in the Sugar Cookie Kisses?

I’m sure you already know, but Hershey’s Kisses come in all colors and flavors, especially around the holidays. The seasonal favorites like Mint and Hot Cocoa make comebacks each year, and we’re looking forward to every announcement. The first confirmed flavor of the upcoming Christmas season is Sugar Cookie. I’m already envisioning a stocking full of ’em!

These tasty new Hershey’s Kisses are described as “sugar cookie flavored white creme with cookie pieces.” Oh man—cookie pieces inside of the Kisses themselves? If you bake these into sugar cookies of your own, it’ll be like sugar cookie inception. Talk about the best Christmas ever! The cookie pieces are red and white and really pop on top of the white chocolate.

The foil is arguably even cuter. With red, blue and green hearts, stars, bells and trees on top of a shiny silver background, it absolutely sings Christmas. Just looking at it makes me want the snow to come back.

When Will They Be Available?

Well, there’s are few other important holidays in between now and Christmas. That means Sugar Cookie Hershey’s Kisses won’t be around until the Christmas merchandise starts to blanket stores. We imagine they won’t be out too long after Halloween though, so keep an eye out starting in November. No doubt they’ll be at almost every major retailer, so scoop a few bags up as soon as you can!

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Melany Love
Having always wanted a career in writing, Melany couldn't have found a better place than Taste of Home to begin. When she's not scribbling in her notebook or working at her computer, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or relaxing with a book and her cats.