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Here’s a list I put together of some of my favorite Vegan Gifts. From Chocolate Truffles to Vegan T-Shirts and even Homemade Peppermint Bark, there’s something for everyone on your list. <3
Sweets & Chocolate
This box of Cocomels Chocolate-Covered Coconut Milk Caramels More affordable than many others!
Another nice sweet treat from Cocomel:
Cocomels Holiday Gift Box Toffee
I was looking for a nice box of chocolates last year in the spirit of See’s candy my Grandmother always brought to share. I settled on these, and they were enjoyed by all!
No Whey Foods – Assorted Boxes of Vegan Truffles
More boxes available:
No Whey Foods – Santa’s Goodie box – Vegan and Allergy Friendly Christmas Chocolate
Natural Candy Store:
I have ordered from Natural Candy Store for close to a decade. This is where I purchase much of my daughter’s vegan holiday candy. Everything is high-quality and carefully packaged for mailing.
Here are a few inexpensive jewelry items to keep your vegan message close to your heart.
Vegan Necklace for Women 925 Sterling Silver Vegan Necklace Green Vegetable Cubic Zirconia Heart Pendant
Herbivore Bracelet I got this for vegan daughter last year
Harry & David Fruit Boxes
Please note: This company also sells non-vegan items. I tried to link to just the fruit gifts, but wasn’t able to. Please use the drop-down tab on the site and select “Pears & Fruit”, then click on one of the sub categories.
For the past couple of years, we have ordered Pear & Apple Gift Boxes from Harry & David for our relatives who live in other states. In the past, we had sent other gifts, but after paying for shipping it really didn’t make good sense. We have sent pears, honeybells and apples.
Our relatives really enjoy the delicious fresh fruit, and look forward to these during the holidays now.
Numi Organic Tea By Mood Gift Set, 40 Count Tea Bag Assortment
I always get hubby a Dried Fruit Gift for Christmas. I got this one for him last year and he really enjoyed it. The quality was outstanding!
I sent this to my Mom last year and she loved it! Send a Stocking full of Vegan Treats! This would be a most welcomed gift to send to someone who is not near. With free shipping, this can be a good deal.
Bunny James has many Vegan Gift Boxes to choose from, including Breakfast-Themed
These are a few Vegan/Cruelty-Free Body Products that make nice gifts.
Vegan Bath Bombs by Grace & Stella in a Gift Box
Etsy: There are SO many wonderful gifts to be discovered on Etsy! Here are a few I really like:
You can have a cherished recipe carved onto these personalized cutting boards. These small ones are on sale for just $15.75 right now. Lots of options for personalization, you can get creative or use their standard ideas. Really unique and heartwarming gift idea.
Cute vegan leather wallet with cat clasp!
Personalized Pet Ornament, ships in one day!
Other Misc. Gifts:
Japanese Small Plate Set Ceramic Cute Cats
Powered by Plants Vegan Symbol Keychain
Set of 6 Cat Themed Drink Coasters Made from Sustainable Mango Wood
Vegan Cookbooks are always a welcome gift for your favorite vegan cook!
Hubby reminded me to include this Tea Mug with Strainer – I got him this one year and he loves it, uses it daily!
My daughter usually makes homemade food gifts for close friends and family. One of her specialties is Peppermint Bark. She likes to use both white chocolate and semisweet chocolate. It’s quite easy to make, and really delicious!
How to Make Vegan Peppermint Bark:
Ingredients: Candy canes, crushed up (use the ones with peppermint oil, some of the dollar store ones don’t work well), semisweet chocolate chips, white chocolate chips or baking bars. You can do just one type of chocolate, or both traditional brown and white chocolate. A few small drops peppermint extract is optional but nice in the melted chocolates.
Directions: Melt the chocolates in the microwave, one type at a time. Add optional peppermint extract if desired. Spread on baking sheet lined with silicone liner to desired thickness, freeze. Melt the 2nd type of chocolate, layer over the 1st one, sprinkle on crushed candy canes before popping into freezer. When completely solid, break up into pieces. We usually store in fridge in gift tins. Super yummy and easy!
Supplies we use:
For the semi-sweet chocolate, we usually purchase Trader Joe’s chocolate chips. At $1.99/bag it’s quite a bargain! For the candy canes, we’ll buy them when we see a sale.
For the white chocolate, we like this one:
Member Submitted Ideas:
Tied Fleece Blanket: Emily shared: “We did personalized blankets one year and people loved them. Perfect for road trips or couches”. -Thanks, Emily!
Instructions on How to Make One HERE
Christmas Tree Oreo Pops: Emily also shared this one, super cute! Would be a fun family project. -Thanks, Emily!