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During the festival of lights, giving out chocolate gelt coins is a long-standing tradition. Whether just for a treat or gambling over a game of dreidel, here are delicious and fun ways to enjoy Hanukkah gelt.
Touted as the “gelt for grown-ups,” Veruca's wrapperless chocolates are shaped like 4th decade B.C.E. Judean coins. They're available in two types of Guittard chocolate: silver-painted milk chocolate or gold-painted dark chocolate with cacao nibs.
Fair Trade Gelt
In festive blue and silver, Divine Chocolates’ 70% cacao coins are made solely with fair trade chocolate.
Gelt for Dogs
While our canine friends can’t have chocolate, they can still enjoy gelt with this fun, coin-shaped chew toy.