I bet you’re busy with the hustle of the holidays, so today I’m sharing some awesome vegan gifts that you can order online. With this list, you won’t have to spend hours fighting crowds at the mall. Just make a few clicks, have some vegan vino and relax.
1. Go Vegan Tote Bag
This natural canvas tote bag is so cool! I wouldn’t mind having one for myself – hint, hint 😉 $17.99 from Cafe Press.
2. Vegan Flower Power Mug
This lovely mug is is part of the VeganDish line of “vegan-centric” pottery made by Jeannette Zeis. Just a basic mug that proudly says it all. VEGAN!!! Cute little flower stamps, too. $24 from vesselsandwares.
3. Good Luck Elephant Sweatshirt
Do you know someone who needs a little luck? Why not get her this super soft and cozy pullover sweatshirt adorned with a good luck elephant (an elephant with its trunk raised means good luck). Not only will she love it, but you’ll be honoring elephants who, due to poaching, need a lot of luck too. $50 from herbivoreclothing.com.
4. Allison’s Gourmet Peppermint Bark
Crisp peppermint candy crushed and sprinkled onto a bed of vegan, fair-trade, organic rich dark chocolate – yum! Does this sound good to you uncle David? $15.00 from Allison’s Gourmet.
5. Give the Gift of Life!
Any animal lover would appreciate the gift of animal adoption. Farm Sanctuary’s Adopt-A-Farm-Animal Project gives you the opportunity to sponsor a rescued farm animal. By adopting a farm animal, you’ll help provide their food, shelter, and veterinary costs, and you’ll show your opposition to farm animal cruelty. Adoptions can be made in a gift-recipient’s name and the recipient will receive information about their adopted “pet” including a picture, his/her story, and even details about visiting their animal. $10 to $50 per month for 1 year from Farm Sanctuary.
6. Quick-Fix Vegan Cookbook: Healthy Homestyle Meals in 30 Minutes or Less
Since I post a lot of recipes on my blog, people assume I love to cook. I don’t. I cook because I want to feed my family delicious healthy vegan food. The faster and easier I can do this, the better. If you know a lazy vegan cook like me, I can tell you that she or he will appreciate this quick-fix cookbook. From $8.63 on Amazon.com.
7. Vegucated DVD
Vegucated is a documentary that follows three New Yorker’s who agree to go vegan for six weeks to learn what it’s all about. I love this movie – it’s what prompted me to go vegan. If you know anyone, vegan or not, who hasn’t seen it, then please put this under the tree for him or her. $19.99 from getvegucated.com.
In case you didn’t know, not all wines are vegan. Many are processed with egg proteins, milk proteins, fish bladders, bone marrow and lobster or crab shells. I’m a novice when it comes to vegan wines, but my blogger buddy at Ohh So Fattening highly recommends Frey wines. If you want to learn more about vegan wine, check out Barnivore and On Vegan Wine by Beautycalypse. $10 – $20 from Frey vineyards.
I’m supposed to be shopping for others, but I keep finding stuff I want. This wallet is SO cute! Any chica in your life would be happy to receive this. $29.50 from Natural Life.
10. Vegan Charm Bracelet
This is a charming gift that is sure to please animal-lovers of all ages. I love the quip about spare ribs – you tell ’em pig! $18 from Etsy.
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Photo of woman holding gifts courtesy of sheknows.com.
Photo of pig courtesy of animal-pictures-gallery.