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15 Festive Hanukkah Gifts That’ll Get You Through All Eight Nights

Gifts that are sure to delight and excite.

l'chaim wine bottle, hanukkah sugarfina advent calendar, latkes and lights candle
Etsy / TheRitzyRose; Sugarfina; Homesick

You may not be able to celebrate together in person this year, but you can still show your family members how much they mean to you while observing all eight nights of light.

Whether you choose a present for each night or open them all at once, these 15 Hanukkah gifts are equal parts playful and sophisticated — perfect for the family with so much to celebrate. From Hanukkah-themed serveware for the hosts, to festive ugly sweaters, handy everyday items, and traditional Jewish sweets, you can't go wrong with one of these special giftable sentiments. L'chaim!

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For the Chocoholic
Sugarfina 8 Nights of Light Candy Tasting Collection
sugarfina neimanmarcus.com

Looking to upgrade your gelt stash this year? Sugarfina makes a downright delicious tasting box that includes eight Hanukkah-themed candies, including Sugar Cookies, Robin's Egg Caramels, Snow Jellies, and Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels.

More: The Absolute Best Holiday Gifts for Everyone on Your List

For the Foodie
Russ & Daughters New York Brunch
Russ & Daughters goldbelly.com

If they prefer the real thing (who wouldn't?), get them a munchable gift that'll bring the whole family together!

This all-in-one feast features everything they need to host a holiday brunch, including Gaspe smoked salmon, cream cheese, six assorted New York bagels, a chocolate babka, and custom roast coffee beans. It's shipped overnight, so everything arrives fresh and tasty.

For the Beginner Home Cook
Little Book of Jewish Feasts
Chronicle Books amazon.com
$14.87 (22% off)

This new cookbook may indeed be little (it's just over 7 inches high), but it's packed with indispensable Jewish cooking wisdom. Author Leah Koenig's third cookbook covers savory holiday and religious fare in 25 recipes — from the Rosh Hashanah feast day to weekly Shabbat dinners.

The book also offers great suggestions of side dishes and even an insight into some of the symbolism represented in the ingredients.

More: Gorgeous Cookbooks You'll Want to Keep on Display

For the Scent-Obsessed
Jewish Christmas Candle
Homesick Candles homesick.com

Send them off with the scrumptious smell of butter and popcorn by gifting this soy wax candle from Homesick. The scent is reminiscent of a movie night, following by tasty Chinese food with family and friends. It'll allow them to rekindle the memory of a fun night out (or in) any time they want.

For the Littlest Ones
Maple Landmark Dreidels (Set of Two)
Maple Landmark amazon.com

You never outgrow the joy of spinning a dreidel. We love the playful, kid-friendly look of these tabletop spinners, colorfully displaying the Hebrew characters on each side.

For the Oenophiles
Jewish Wine Bottle Labels
TheRitzyRose etsy.com

Dress up any boring wine bottle with this set of eight cheeky peel-and-stick labels, featuring phrases in Israeli slang and modern Jewish graphics. 

Your holiday hosts will have a chuckle over expressions like “It’s all tov” and “Too cool for shul,” and undoubtedly be grateful for helping keeping their bar stocked.

Best for the Latke Lover
Mud Pie Latke Double Dip Bowls and Spoons
RiasHallmarkBoutique etsy.com

Whether you're team sour cream or an applesauce boss, there's no wrong way to top your latkes. These adjoined ceramic bowls offer designated spots for both dips with whimsical phrases written beneath their fluted edges. 

Best of all: The set comes with two mini golden spoons for safe and easy sharing.

For the Coloring Creative
Oy To The World: A Jewish Holiday Coloring Book
Papeterie Bleu amazon.com

With blank templates for Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah, and Passover, this creative adult coloring book is ideal for all Jewish holidays. It features plenty of intricate designs and fun sayings that'll give your recipient full reign to release some steam after all that holiday shopping. 

For the Munching Mensch
Harry & David Hanukkah Dreidel Gift
Harry & David harryanddavid.com

Not only does this Hanukkah care package come packed to the brim with traditional holiday treats (think chocolate gelt, Star of David candies, and two decadent types of rugelach), but it's all encased in a dreidel-shaped box for added festive fun. It's a sweet way to celebrate your loved ones from a far.

For the One Always Dressed to the Nines
Star of David Jewish Star Love Letter Necklace
Alef Bet by Paula amazon.com

Whether to accessorize everyday wear or for dressier occasions, this delicate letter necklace goes with virtually anything in their closet. It displays a crystal-pavé-studded Star of David that sparkles beautifully when it catches the light.

Best for Bundling
Personalized Hanukkah Pot Holder
PicklesGifts etsy.com

Whether you go with the printed Hanukkah pot holder or oven mitt, the beauty of this gift is what you choose to fill it with. Keep it on-theme with a package of instant cookie mix and a spatula, or throw in a generous gift card for that extra helpful neighbor. 

For the Jokester
Tipsy Elves Men's Challah Hanukkah Sweater
Tipsy Elves amazon.com

This fun ugly Hanukkah sweater will be a hit at their next zoom holiday party. Plus, the sweater is made with a soft material that won't itch or cause irritation.

For the One Who Appreciates the Finer Things
AnoushkaDesigns Star of David Necklace + Hebrew Initial
AnoushkaDesigns etsy.com

This 14-karat gold-filled necklace makes for a wonderful Hanukkah gift, as it's a beautiful way to keep their faith close. It features two disc pendants — one engraved with the Star of David and the other with their first initial in Hebrew. The miniature birthstone bead also adds a subtle hint of color.

For the Smallest Celebrant
‘Goodnight Bubbala’ by Sheryl Haft
Dial Books amazon.com
$14.19 (21% off)

This reimagined classic children's tale adds a festive spin, featuring familiar Yiddish words and a Jewish family — complete with bubbies and zeydes. Read it together before bedtime, and enjoy an included exclusive latke recipe by Ina Garten.

For the First-Timers
The Dreidel Company Hanukkah Menorah
The Dreidel Company amazon.com

If your favorite new couple is celebrating Hanukkah for the first time together, get them well set up for the festival of lights with a mosaic menorah they can cherish for years to come. Its aluminum structure is embedded with blue and white stone inlay for a contemporary look that still feels festive.

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