The Best Valentine’s Day Candy You’ll Find in 2022
Love is in the air, and we're not just talking about romance! These brand-new Valentine's Day candies from Reese's, Jelly Belly and more prove that there's so much to love about 2022.
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Reese’s Blossom-Top Mini Cups
We’ve long been fans of special Reese’s Valentine’s Day candy and this pink-topped treat is no exception. The cute little miniatures are topped with light pink creme on top of the usual delicious milk-and-peanut-butter offering, and come wrapped in three different types of bouquet-inspired foils.
Jelly Belly Champagne & Rosé Jelly Beans
Star Wars Baby Yoda Plush with Candy
Will we ever get over Baby Yoda? Probably not. Get the Star Wars lover in your life this Grogu plush toy with Star Wars character-themed candy so they can satisfy their sweet tooth and have something to cuddle with.
Kit Kat Strawberry and Dark Chocolate Duos
Just when you thought Kit Kats couldn’t get any better, the new Strawberry and Dark Chocolate Duos are here to become a new favorite—and they come just in time for Valentine’s Day. These apparently taste just like chocolate-dipped strawberries and will definitely be a favorite this February.
Nerf Gummy Candy Box
If you want someone to quit playin’ games with your heart this February, this might not be the gift for you. If you’re the gaming sort, though, this felt-covered heart-shaped box filled with gummy candy and topped off with a football and goal posts is just the thing. And yes, you can use them to actually play while indulging in the sweet treats.
Sugarfina Love Letters Candy Box
For a break from the traditional V-Day chocolates, try this Sugarfind tasting box. From sugar lips to champagne gummy bears to sea salt caramels, there’s a little bit of everything for every type of sweet tooth.
Hershey’s Extra Creamy Milk Chocolate Hearts
Valentine’s Day candies don’t have to be complex and chock full of ingredients—sometimes just some extra creamy milk chocolate does fine. These adorable milk chocolate hearts are gooey and sweet, just like your favorite rom-com.
Ghirardelli Dark Chocolate Raspberry Duet Hearts
Raspberry and dark chocolate are a classic pair, which is why these indulgent Ghirardelli hearts are practically guaranteed to please. Since they’re individually wrapped, they’re perfect for sharing.
Tic Tac Big Berry Adventure
Each adorable Valentine-sized Tic Tac Big Berry Adventure container is brimming with 60 pink and purple mints. They’re a fun, colorful take on classic Tic Tacs and instantly make berry-easy-to-love smiles.
Cupid’s Mix Valentines Day M&M’s
If you’re heading out to grab a bag of the new M&M’s Black Forest Cake flavor, then scoop up some Valentine’s Day Cupid’s Mix, too. Eat the pink, white and red melt-in-your-mouth-not-in-your-hands candies on their own, or mix them into your favorite cookies, cakes and yogurts for Cupid-approved recipe updates.
Hershey’s Kisses Lava Cake Dark Chocolate
This fun take on traditional Hershey’s Kisses has a gooey chocolate center that reminds us of the fancy lava chocolate cakes people love to order on date night. They’re a delicious offering for the Valentine who is strong on the outside with a soft and gentle core.
Kinder Joy Valentine’s Multipack
The little cherubs on your list (or the kids at heart, anyway) are going to squeal with delight when they open this Kinder Joy Valentine’s Multipack. Each candy-filled egg features two sweet creamy layers—one with a sweet milk-cream flavor and the other with a rich, velvety cocoa. Kids really love the other side, though, a tiny toy that gives them plenty to talk about.
Heart-Shaped Chocolate Pizza
This unique pizza-inspired treat is made of solid milk chocolate and comes in a perfect heart shape. It’s topped with a white chocolate drizzle and other mouth-watering toppings, like mini M&M’s. Nosh on it as-is, or if you’re no stranger to broken hearts, use the included wooden mallet to crack it into plenty of bite-sized pieces.