When I was a little girl, Santa always brought me Fruit Stripe gum with the zebra on it. When I was about 10, he stopped. This year, my DH made sure Santa brought me Fruit Stripe gum again. It was the sweetest surprise!
I also had Lifesavers storybooks as a tradition, as do all my kids and stepkids, now.
A really funny one to me is that before I was born when my big brother was 4, all of Christmas was all set up and my father grabbed a chocolate covered cherry and ate it. My mother exclaimed "that is for M!" My father sheepishly suggested that Santa got hungry and had a snack? Every year after that, Santa brought a package of chocolate covered cherries with one missing. My mother continued the tradition even after my parents divorced. When my brother grew up and moved away, he got a box with one missing in the mail...and I got a box back at home. When I grew up, my mother and I began exchanging boxes, both with one missing. When I got married, my now-ex got a box, too, also with one missing. That marriage fell apart, and this year I got remarried and DH and I had a box of chocolate covered cherries with one missing from Santa. But I noticed on Facebook that Santa also brought a box of chocolate covered cherries with one missing at my ex's house!