Hanukkah begins at sundown on Friday, Dec. 11 this year. I’ve rounded up some treats that make great gifts during the holiday that are organic, too.

Iced Hanukkah sugar cookies:  Little Laura’s Sweets makes these beautiful iced cookies from organic ingredients and sells them through Foodzie. $30 for 18 individually wrapped cookies in a box that’s gift worthy.

Hanukkah chocolate coins:  Sweet Earth Chocolates makes organic and fair trade traditional gold wrapped Hanukkah gelt in dark chocolate or milk chocolate. $4.95 for 15 pieces in a bag.

Kosher Yarden organic Chardonnay: This wine from Israel gets good customer reviews and is called “not too oaky” on Kosherwine.com. $16.99 a bottle.

Harney and Sons kosher organic teas: Harney and Sons make a variety of teas that are both organic and kosher. The company also participates in One Percent for the Planet and donates 1 percent of its profits to environmental causes.           

Hanukkah chocolate lollipops: These fair trade and organic chocolate lollipops from Xocolaterre come in milk, dark or white chocolate. $4.05 (unclear how many lollipops come in an order).

Chocolate dreidels: Another fair trade, organic product from Xocolaterre, these dreidel shaped chocolates come in milk, dark, or white chocolate. Each is wrapped in biodegradable cellophane and come in a 100 percent recycled box. $8.60 for 8 pieces.

  

Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.

Organic Hanukkah food gifts
Six gifts for any one of the eight nights. I’ve rounded up some treats that make great gifts during the holiday that are organic, too.