The best vegan advent calendars for Christmas 2020

Author: Rachel Smith

Read Time:   |  14th September 2020

Count down to Christmas with these deliciously festive vegan advent calendars for Christmas 2020

We’re spoilt for choice this year with all the fabulously festive vegan advent calendars for both adults and children on offer!

Whether you’re a beauty fan looking to find some new cruelty-free cosmetics to try over the holidays or you’re looking for your daily dose of sugary goodness, there’s a vegan advent calendar that will tick all your boxes.

1. NOMO Vegan & Free-From Advent Calendar (£5.00)

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Free-from chocolate brand NOMO believes that no-one needs to miss out on great tasting chocolate this Christmas and is making sure everyone can enjoy some delicious chocs in the run-up to Christmas with its vegan advent calendar.

The Advent Calendar is filled with a selection of 12 Caramel & Sea Salt Choc and 12 Creamy Choc drops, with a message enclosed under each individual door.

Available from TheVeganKind, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Amazon and NOMO’s Online Shop. 

2. Moo Free White Chocolate Advent Calendar (£3.99)

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Looking for something a little sweeter inside your advent calendar this year? Moo Free, have created a brand-new advent calendar that features a white chocolate surprise for each day of advent.

Filled with Moo Free’s silky smooth organic, gluten-free, soya-free, dairy-free rice milk chocolate, this is the perfect advent calendar for children of any age as well as those with food intolerances.

Buy it from TheVeganKind, Lidl and

3. Joe & Seph’s Vegan Gourmet Popcorn Advent Calendar (£25)

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This year, why not shake things up with Joe & Seph’s vegan gourmet popcorn advent calendar which offers something a little bit different to the usual chocolate calendars.

The Vegan Society-approved calendar opens up like a giant Christmas storybook and is filled with 24 mini packs of Joe & Seph’s handmade popcorn in 8 unique flavours including Joe & Seph’s popular Vegan Salted Caramel and Vegan Toffee Apple & Cinnamon, as well as several new and exclusive Vegan flavours.

Buy it from TheVeganKind and Joe & Seph’s

4. Eco Wonderland advent calendar (£149)

Cruelty-free beauty addicts will be taken on a voyage through the UK’s best cruelty-free, vegan and eco-friendly beauty and lifestyle brands with this stunning plastic-free advent calendar bursting at the seams with new products worth £325 to uncover.

The Eco Wonderland truly lives up to its name with 21 doors revealing a specially-curated selection of pampering treats such as face masks and lipsticks from brands such as Love Absolute, UpCircle and Hairy Jayne, as well as a selection of delicious plant-based snacks.

Kee to give something back to those in need this Christmas, the other three good deed doors are committed to causes, with donations going to charities including different food banks across the UK, Animal Free Research and Hopefield Animal Sanctuary.

The Eco Wonderland advent calendar from Freedm Street is available to pre-order now from

5. Candy Kittens Calendar (£8)

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If you’re looking to secure a spot on Santa’s nice list this year, then look no further than this calendar filled with Candy Kittens sweets!  This clever 3D build-your-own advent tree is filled with four of Candy Kitten’s most popular sweet flavours including Wild Strawberry, Sour Watermelon, Tropical Mango, and Blueberry Bliss.

Buy it: TheVeganKind, Amazon and Candy Kittens

6. Mummy Meagz Advent Calendar (£4.99)

Mummy Meagz has launched an exclusive Christmas range at Holland & Barrett this year which is filled with festive treats including an advent calendar filled with Caramel Fondant-Filled Snowman and Jolly Buttons.

Perfect for both fans of dark and milk chocolate, the vegan chocolatiers have used their smooth dairy-free mylk chocolate meets deliciously creamy dark chocolate to create chocolates that simply melt-in-the-mouth.

Available at Holland & Barrett

7. Play In Choc (£27.50 – £55)

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Play In Choc is releasing the perfect advent calendar for kids to count down to Santa’s arrival with its new ’12 sleeps to go’ calendar filled with a selection of dairy-free milk chocolates and 3D puzzle toys.

The super cute calendar features pull-out drawers filled with a mini-chocolate bar wrapped in home compostable film, a 3D puzzle toy made from 100% recycled board to build, 3 stencils to use afterwards for creative drawing, and a fun facts educational info-card.

Keen to ensure that no part of the calendar goes to waste, the calendar sleeve easily reverses into a beautifully illustrated play mat which will offer hours of extra fun as your child plays with each of their new 3D puzzle toys on this festive scene.

The 12-drawer advent calendar is £27.50 and the 24-drawer Advent Calendar is £55. Buy it from John Lewis.

8. Holland & Barrett Natural Beauty Advent Calendar (£40)

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Discover new vegan beauty products with Holland & Barrett’s 25 Days of Natural Beauty Advent Calendar which contains £170 of products!

This cruelty-free calendar is jam-packed with a range of sustainable favourites from the likes of UpCircle, Ethique, Weleda and Q&A with vegan serums, cleansers, oils and creams for hair, face, mouth and body making it the perfect gift for a loved one or even yourself!

The calendar, which is made from cardboard and is completely recyclable even has vouchers behind various doors for money off a repurchase.

Available from Holland & Barrett.

9. Cocoa Libre Luxury Advent Calendar (£15)

This luxurious vegan advent calendar is filled with 24 rice milk chocolate shapes including reindeer, santas, stars and Christmas trees. This one is great for those with food allergies and intolerances as its also free from gluten, dairy, nuts, peanuts and wheat and is suitable for both vegans and coeliacs.

Buy it from TheVeganKind and Cocoa Libre

10. Chocally Luxury Vegan Truffle Advent Calendar (£24.95)

Hidden inside each numbered truffle is a surprise for your taste buds that you can try and guess before you reveal underneath what flavour it is. The advent box contains 24 handmade chocolate truffles and one large hidden surprise for Christmas day.

Buy it at Chocally

11. 24 Days of Teapigs Advent Calendar (£29.99)

24 days of teapigs allows tea lovers to slurp their way through a new blend every morning in the run-up to the big day. With 24 teas in total it’s the perfect advent calendar to keep you going through Winter. As an extra added bonus, all of teapigs teabags are plastic-free.

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Keep your eyes peeled on their website as this festive calendar is getting set to launch in October.

12. Nono Cocoa (£24)

The multi-award winning Nono Cocoa calendar is handmade by young people with autism and disability and contains 24 organic and allergy-friendly chocolates with extraordinary flavours including Saffron and Orange, Mulled Wine, Golden ‘Milk’ to enjoy.

Buy it from

13. Plamil So Free Vegan Smooth Salted Caramel Advent Calendar (£4.99)

A fun and festive treat for Vegans who love a salted caramel flavour. Count the days down to Christmas with this new advent from the UK’s original Vegan manufacturer Plamil Foods Ltd. Dairy free, gluten free and nut free, produced to the highest ethical standards in a factory using 100% renewable energy.

Buy it from

14. Divine Dark Chocolate Advent Calendar (£5)

Count down the days to Christmas with a delicious piece of 70% Divine dark chocolate each day. Each mini chocolate heart is made with the finest quality cocoa beans from Kuapa Kokoo who also own a stake in Divine Chocolate and share in the profits.

Buy it at TheVeganKind and

15. Sweet Lounge Personalised 24 Days Of Vegan Treats Advent Box (£49.00)

The sweetest countdown to Christmas! A beautifully presented personalised advent box containing 24 amazing vegan sweet treats. Dive into a different vegan treat each day of December leading up to Christmas, with a mix of sweet or sour candies, fudge, Luxury Italian chocolates, vegan marshmallows and more!

Buy it at

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Written by

Rachel Smith

Rachel Smith

As Vegan Food & Living’s Digital Editor, Rachel loves hunting down the hottest new vegan products and trends. Rachel can normally be found practising handstands, walking the dog, or foraging for edible treats in the wild.

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