Whether you’re counting down to Christmas Day or simply want to snack your way through December, check out this one-of-a-kind Advent calendar from Delicious Wisconsin.
Eat This, Not That compiled a list of the 9 Best Food Advent Calendars to Order Now, and one entirely filled with Wisconsin delicacies made the list!
The 2022 calendar from Delicious Wisconsin includes 24 pint-sized samples of Badger State favorites, including:
- Nutkrack Candied Pecans are equal parts salty and sweet with its incredibly delicious and complex flavors of toasted pecans (Madison, WI | 1oz. candied pecans)
- Wayne’s Jerky features a mellow mix of smokiness and sweetness in this beef jerky that is hard to put down (Little Suamico, WI | original jerky)
- Mayana Chocolate features a deliciously minty marshmallow, rich fleur de sel caramel and crushed candy cane this bar will surely get you in the holiday spirit (Spooner, WI | Peppermint Bar)
- Cream City Caramels are made with sweet & salty Caramels, made with real butter and heavy cream, so they melt in your mouth (Milwaukee, WI | Caramels)
- Get in the Christmas spirit with Jane’s Popcorn (West Allis, WI | red/white/green popcorn mix)
- Java Jive Roasters “Partridge in a Pear Tree” (Waupaca, WI | 3 cup pouch)
- Ultimate Confections offers a package of Chocolate Hand Dipped Pretzel Twists with Holiday Sprinkles and Charms (Wauwatosa, WI | Chocolate Covered Pretzels)
- Urbal Tea formulates and blends medicinal herbs into healthy, tasty teas (Milwaukee, WI | 3 pack of Mulled Spiced Tea)
- Willow Creek Mill produces premium baking mixes and has been for over 24 years (Valders, WI | 1/2 ounce Brown Sugar Gingerbread in a box)
- Tabal Chocolate’s showcases cocoa great for drinking hot or cold, smoothies, sweet baking chocolate or as a low sugar drinking alternative (Wauwatosa, WI | Drinking Chocolate)
- Country Ovens (Cherry-De-Lite) with its original Door County Montmorency Dried Tart Cherries (Door Co., WI| 2 Oz. Dried Tart Cherries)
- Em and Me Studios featuring a WI State Ornament
- Rubi Reds one of the premier cranberry producer located in the heart of cranberry country (Wisconsin Rapids, WI | 2 Oz. Tri-Mix Chocolate Covered Cranberries)
- Harbor House Sweets is handcrafted from the shores of Lake Superior (Washburn, WI | Imprinted Chocolates)
- County Line Sugar Bush’s Maple Syrup boasts no additives, in fact there are NO other ingredients in their syrup! (Wausau, WI | 1.7 Oz. Bottle)
- Berres Brothers Coffee Roasters features a festive mocha mix to enjoy leading up to the holiday season (Watertown, WI | Wisconsin White Winter Mocha)
- The Heavenly Roasted Nuts from Freese’s Candy Shoppe use a recipe passed down three generations, ensuring quality products every time (West Allis, WI | 2 Oz. Cone of Roasted Nuts)
- Whipped chocolate, covered in milk chocolate- Seroogy’s Chocolate Meltaway bar will literally melt in your mouth (Green Bay, WI | 3 mini bars)
- Pop’s Kettle Corn’s Brandy Old Fashioned Caramel Corn comes complete with a hint of cherry and orange, taste like you’re sitting in a supper club up north! (Muskego, WI | Brandy Old Fashioned Caramel Corn)
- What began as a hobby turned into 350 beehives for Clifford & Nancy at Patz Maple and Honey. Their honey mustard combines the natural sweetness of honey, and the unique flavor of mustard to bring the perfect pairing. (Pound, WI | 1.6 Oz. Jar of Honey Mustard)
- Tremblay’s Sea Monsters offer the perfect combination of homemade English toffee wrapped in caramel, dipped in chocolate, and sprinkled with sea salt. (Hayward, WI | Sea Monsters )
- Made in Wisconsin, Honey Acres Farm honey has a mild Flavor, just enough sweetness with floral aftertaste, great to use for just about anything. (Neosho, WI | 1.5 Oz. Jar Honey)
- Delicious & handmade in small batches using local Wisconsin fruit Land of O’s Raspberry Aronia Jam is the perfect farm to table item. (Cottage Grove, WI | 1.5 Oz. Jar)
- Fresh roasted nuts in the Peanut Lovers Mix from Finnotte’s is the way to go for your holiday treats and treasures (La Crosse, WI | 1.6 Oz. Box of Nuts)
All items are non-perishable and don’t need to be refrigerated.
The only downside is the price: an eye-popping $159!
At least shipping is included, and the box will arrive no later than December 1st, the first day of Advent.