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Building a gingerbread house has been a heartwarming Christmas tradition for many people for years, it's fun for both adults and children alike, and it feels delightfully festive.
The problem is, not everyone likes gingerbread and, if you were thinking about gifting one, it's likely that you'll be one of many.
Enter: The chocolate house.
It's a sweet, delicious and inventive take on the traditional activity, and one that's sure to see the recipient's eyes (whatever their age) twinkle with excitement.
If you can't indulge in a house made entirely of chocolate at Christmas, when can you?
Why we rate it:
Not only is it a gloriously fun activity for all ages, it's also serves as a very tasty centrepiece for any Christmas event - or, let's be honest, as something to tuck into with a Bailey's hot chocolate while binge-watching Netflix rom-coms.
We love that the gift comes in a novelty house shaped gift box, and includes all the chocolate components to construct your chocolate cottage.
Think: Dairy Milk Bars, Dairy Milk Winter Bar, brand new Dairy Milk with Gingerbread bar, flake and white buttons.
Buy it: Cadbury Dairy Milk Christmas Chocolate House Kit | £14 from Cadbury Gifts Direct
Think you know several people who would enjoy this, or want to make sure each of your children have their own? You can also grab a pack of three Cadbury Dairy Milk Christmas Chocolate House Kits for £36.
Plus, there are a few other chocolatey options to bring some variety to proceedings:
Buy it: Cadbury Santa's Sleigh Kit | £14 from Cadbury Gifts Direct
Buy it: Cadbury Dairy Milk Cottage Kit | £16 from Cadbury Gifts Direct
Love Cadbury? You can also currently pick up a Cadbury bar on Amazon for only 86p, that's a bargain if ever we saw one.