This year, the holidays are about to become even more special thanks to a very special treat that hasn't been allowed in the United States for over 70 years - Kinder eggs.
Even if you haven't tasted it, chances are you've seen photos of the egg-shaped chocolate with a surprise toy hidden inside on the internet. The candy, which is produced by the same company that makes Nutella, is very popular across the globe, and are sold in over 170 countries, except the U.S.
Americans never had the chance to enjoy the chocolate treat because of a 1938 Federal Drug Administration (FDA) regulation, which banned its sale due to the potential risk of children biting into the egg and accidentally swallowing the non-edible items.
Now, the FDA has relaxed its laws a bit, and Kinder Surprise eggs are officially coming to America. But before you get too excited, there's a catch.