8 Vegan Advent Calendars to Try in 2021 | Veganuary

Best Vegan Advent Calendars 2021

Who’s ready for the countdown to Christmas 2021? We’ve uncovered some of the very best vegan advent calendars in the UK containing dairy-free chocolate and vegan beauty products, from the downright luxurious to the cheap and cheerful.

Chocolate Advent Calendars

Nomo

The popular vegan chocolate brand doesn’t disappoint when it comes to Christmas! This year, choose between the classic advent calendar and the luxury gooey caramel variety. Or treat yourself to both – we won’t judge!

Nomo
Image Credit: Nomo

Hotel Chocolat

We all deserve an indulgent treat at this time of year, right? Hotel Chocolat has launched a Nutmilk advent calendar, boasting 24 smooth, creamy chocolates. They also have a traditional dark chocolate calendar for those looking for something richer.

Hotel Chocolat Nutmilk
Image Credit: Hotel Chocolat

Montezuma’s

Montezuma’s has three vegan offerings this year: Like No Udder, Organic Dark Chocolate and Absolute Black 100% Cocoa.

Montezuma's chocolate vegan advent calendar 2021
Image Credit: Montezuma’s

Moo Free

Moo Free have been paving the way for dairy-free chocolate for years and are a firm vegan favourite. Their multi-award winning, organic, vegan advent calendars are free from gluten, soya, palm oil, dairy and wheat. Choose from “milk” or white chocolate varieties.

Moo Free
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Divine Chocolate

Enjoy a deliciously rich chocolate behind every window of this 70% dark chocolate calendar! Each mini chocolate shape is made with the finest quality Fairtrade cocoa beans from Kuapa Kokoo, who also own a stake in Divine Chocolate and share in the profits. It’s also proudly palm oil free.

Divine Chocolate
Image Credit: Divine Chocolate

Cocoa Libre

Another luxury advent calendar, this delicious alternative to a milk chocolate calendar features 24 gorgeous rice milk chocolate shapes including reindeer, Santas, stars and Christmas trees! It’s free of gluten, dairy, nuts, peanuts and wheat, and is suitable for vegans and coeliacs.

Cocoa Libre calendar
Image Credit: Cocoa Libre

Playin Choc

This advent calendar may be considerably more than the others on our list, but you do get a lot for your money! Each calendar has 24 drawers containing 10g organic vegan mylk chocolates as well as 3D puzzle toys, fun facts cards and it comes with a fold-out playmat that you can play with the toys on.

PLAYin Choc vegan advent calendar
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So Free

If you’re avoiding dairy and gluten, this is the calendar for you. So Free’s milk chocolate alternative is deliciously creamy, with a festive and fun presentation.

So Free
Image Credit: So Free

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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