Don’t be stuck for ideas, our Christmas gift guide has everything for the vegans in your life. From homeware and food, to fashion, beauty and stocking fillers, these presents won’t fail to put a smile on your loved ones’ face.
Home Bodies and Interiors Lovers
Hand-crafted in Thailand from coconuts, eco-friendly and sustainable, these bowls will look stylish in the kitchen. £19.95 for 4. Get 10% off (expires 31st December) with code 89FJHSTC
Wunder Workshop has teamed up with social enterprise AMMA to help mothers in Sri Lanka become financially independent and learn new skills. The result is this lovely apron, made with 100% chemical-free, organic Sri Lankan cotton died with avocado waste. £25
For ethical coffee lovers. Halo’s capsules can be used in Nespresso and Magimix machines, but unlike standard coffee pods, Halo’s are made of sugar cane and paper pulp and fully recyclable - they can be simply thrown in the compost bin. What’s more the coffee is utterly delicious - one of the best I’ve ever tried and I’m Italian! You can choose from four different blends from Brazil, Ethiopia, Colombia, Kenya, and a Colombia, Nepal and Kenya mix. From £7 for a beautifully packaged pack of 10.
Your bubbles loving friend or family member will love receiving a monthly subscription box containing one or two bottles of this premium vegan prosecco. Or you can choose to gift them a prosecco hamper instead. From £31 per month for 1 bottle.
A perfect gift for chocolate lovers and those who like getting busy in the kitchen.
This kit makes approximately 20-25 chocolates and contains cacao powder, cacao butter, raw agave nectar, goji berries and Brazil nuts, plus Indigo Herbs recipe on how to make pure chocolate. £19.99
‘Experiences’ are very popular gifts. The foodie in your life will love this champagne afternoon tea for two at The Café at Cake Boy in London’s Battersea. With any luck you’ll be their plus one. £80.
Your sporty and nutrition-loving friend will adore this kit, which comes with all the ingredients to make 30 delicious vegan energy balls at home, such as pecan, cinnamon and banana. £15
Plastic-free, raw and natural, this gorgeously presented beauty set from Sister & Co. includes: Miniature True Cleanse Cleansing Oil, Miniature Raw Coconut Drink for Hair and Miniature Almond Milk Bath Soak. Perfect for your travelling vegan friend. £30
Coconut oil is fantastic in your bathroom and kitchen cupboard as it has a multitude of uses. CM La Vie beauty oil by Coconut Merchant’ is raw, cold pressed, extra virgin, ethically sourced, and ideal to use as a makeup remover, face and body moisturiser, shaving balm, and as a hair mask. £9.99
This hydrating botanical shower gel and body lotion gift set has a lovely, energising citrus aroma to wake the senses and keep the skin in tip top condition. A donation from the sale of each Modern Botanicals gift goes to Plant Life, a British conservation charity that works to save threatened wild flowers, plants and fungi. £16
Gorgeously scented, beautifully packaged and of course fully vegan, Olverum body oils nourish, moisturise and add a beautiful sheen to the skin. Choose between The Body Oil (£40) or the Dry Body Oil (£36)
Mia Tui does a gorgeous collection of vegan leather bags, including travel pack and backpacks, at great prices. We love the Eleanor handbag which comes in 10 gorgeous colours and with an additional pouch to keep your valuables in. £46
Packed with 99% organic rejuvenating oils, including rosehip, jojoba, apricot, evening primrose, borage and vitamin e, Apotheca Nourishing Face Oil is a beautiful and elegant stocking filler. £25
Free from toxic chemicals, Benecos nail polishes are kinder to the nails, vegan of course, and they come in a huge variety of lovely colours, such as this bright purple one. £6.95
How pretty does this vegetable wax candle look? Best Kept Secrets Christmas Collection candles come in 11 different scents and colours. The perfect gift to find in the stocking this year. £8.99
Give to a good cause this Christmas. A donation to an animal charity on behalf of a loved one is a lovely and thoughtful gift that will go to help an animal in need. There are some fantastic charities out there. I recently adopted a rescue dog from Crete through Chimney International Dog Rescue. They do a fantastic job of rehoming animals from abroad in need of love and I couldn’t thank them enough or speak more highly of their work. A worthy charity to give to and remind yourself what Christmas is all about: love.