The holidays are almost here and I put together a list of vegan holiday shopping ideas that are on my Christmas wish list. These are all products that I love or have myself and would make great gifts for any vegan. *wink wink
Lush Gift Set - 12 Days of Christmas
This one isn't cheap but it's worth every penny to help with the stress of the holidays. This gift assortment has limited edition lotions, shower gels and of course their signature bath bombs. Start pampering yourself on Christmas all the way into the new year! Lush products are vegan friendly so no worries there.
This book is great for anyone that has a sweet tooth but also wants something refreshing. These easy to make recipes are awesome!
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This looks so good and I'm tired of over working my blender or food processor. And for $40 on Amazon it's a steal. Your blender will thank you.
Use any nut, seed, or grain to make homemade plant-based milk in moments. Makes 5-6 cups of fresh milk at the touch of a button. No straining. No mess. No more cleaning out your nut bags. (hee hee) Easy cleanup. Just the way it should be!
If they don't have one already this is a great gift to give to your friends, vegan or not.
Not everyone has $400 to spend on a blender and this one from Cleanblend does a great job for less than half the price! Make sure you get the 1800 watt version so your sauces, smoothies, and anything you want to put in there come out silky smooth.
I love all the Hernan products so I was more than thrilled when they came out with this hot chocolate gift set. Their chocolate is my ultimate favorite since it's made in the traditional Mexican way of processing cocoa beans, plus the cocoa beans from Hernan are organic and harvested in a bio-diversified plantation in Chiapas. The set includes chocolate "Tablillas" (6 individual "tablilla" squares inbox), a red clay Olla de Barro, and hand-carved wooden Molinillo frother.
It is probably the most used and loved tool in every Mexican kitchen and it is often passed down from generation to generation. Of course, my mother refuses to give me hers, because she's not dead yet!! So I had to buy one, and this one is an authentic volcanic rock Mexican molcajete. Get your molcajete HERE.