Best Vegan Advent Calendars 2023

Who’s ready for the countdown to Christmas 2023? We’ve unwrapped some of the very best vegan advent calendars in the UK containing chocolate and beauty products, from the downright luxurious to the cheap and cheerful.

Chocolate Advent Calendars


The popular vegan chocolate brand doesn’t disappoint when it comes to Christmas!

This year’s calendar is filled with 24 creamy ‘milk’ chocolate drops that make the countdown to Christmas Day ever so delicious. These chocolates are suitable for those with allergies to dairy, egg, gluten, peanut and tree nuts.

Available at Waitrose, Ocado, Tesco, Holland & Barrett and Nomo’s website.

NOMO Advent Calendar 2023
Image Credit: NOMO

Hotel Chocolat

We all deserve an indulgent treat at this time of year, right? Hotel Chocolat has plenty of goodies in store for everyone on Santa’s good list.

The Up To Snow Good calendar is made with Nutmilk chocolate and is sure to get kids into the festive spirit.

Adults don’t need to miss out on the fun, though! The 45% Nutmilk and Dark Chocolate calendars are full of seriously smooth, rich chocolates to look forward to everyday.

Hotel Chocolat Up to Snow Good Calendar
Image Credit: Hotel Chocolat

Moo Free

Moo Free has been paving the way for dairy-free chocolate for years and these multi-award-winning vegan advent calendars are free from gluten, soya, palm oil, dairy and wheat.

This year, you can choose from ‘milk’ or white chocolate varieties.

Available at Asda, Ocado, Amazon and Moo Free’s website.

Image Credit: Moo Free

Monty Bojangles

Those who’ve been really good this year will love tucking into this advent calendar of chocolate truffles by Monty Bojangles.

It’s packed with dusted vegan truffles in thee rich, decadent flavours: cocoa berry blush, cocoa nib nights and caramel haze. This is a real treat for the tastebuds and the perfect way to welcome the holidays.

Available at Amazon, Vegan Town and Ocado.

Monty Bojangles truffles calendar
Image Credit: Monty Bojangles


If you like a creamy, smooth milk chocolate alternative, this is the advent calendar for you.

H!P’s plant-based advent calendar is proudly plastic-free and made with single-origin Colombian cocoa.

Available at Anthropologie, Fenwick, John Lewis, Ocado, Selfridges, Scribbler, Soho House, Waterstones, Whole Foods and H!P’s website.

H!P Advent Calendar 2023
Image Credit: H!P


Fancy some variety in your advent calendar? Ombar’s offering for 2023 is a great choice.

The Super Chocolate advent calendar includes Ombar’s best-selling Coco Mylk chocolate bar, as well as 25 mini bars in various flavours: 60% Coco and indulgent Pistachio, Raspberry and Vanilla, and Hazelnut Truffle.

The Christmas countdown has never been so tasty!

Available at Ombar’s website.

Ombar Calendar 2023
Image Credit: Ombar

The Free From Kitchen Co.

Having certain allergies and intolerances shouldn’t get in the way of the festive fun this year, as this milk chocolate alternative is free from dairy, gluten and wheat.

With 24 creamy chocolates to indulge in, this advent calendar is sure get you in the mood for Christmas.

Available at Tesco.

The Free From Kitchen Advent Calendar
Image Credit: The Free From Kitchen Co.


Here’s another festive treat to brighten up those dull December days.

Happi’s calendar offers 24 oat milk mini chocs in various flavours: plain, orange and salted caramel. Fans of milk chocolate will appreciate the creamy texture. It’s also plastic-free.

Available at Happi’s website.

Happi Advent Calendar
Image Credit: Happi

Alternative Advent Calendars

If chocolate’s not your bag or you just fancy something a bit different this year, check out our other festive vegan advent calendars, including sweets and beauty products.

Did you find our guide to vegan advent calendars useful? If you’d like more festive tips, check out our guide to vegan Christmas foods in UK supermarkets.

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