Christmas brings so much joy. From gifting your loved ones to the magic of the day for children, there are so many things to love about this time of year.
But the very best thing about Christmas? The food of course!
Our great range of Christmas food products includes advent calendars, fruit and nut mixes and gingerbread kits – perfect getting you feeling festive.
Our Christmas delights include vegan-friendly, vegetarian and gluten-free options which means that everyone can indulge over the festive season.
Start December off the right way with an advent calendar.
Every December day is treat day and you will be itching to discover what is behind each window!
Mummy Meagz Vegan 24 Day Advent Calendar contains 24 melt-in-the-mouth chocolates which depict well-known Christmas scenes.
The chocolates are formulated with Mummy Meagz’ new Smoove Moove blend, which mixes dairy-free “mylk” chocolate with creamy dark chocolate, for an irresistible, deliciously smooth combination.
This colourful vegan advent calendar makes the countdown to Christmas even more exciting!
If chocolate is not your thing, then why not try the Holland & Barrett Alcohol Free Drinks Advent Discovery Box?
There are 24 alcohol-free drinks to indulge in throughout December, including beer, wine, kombucha, tonics, ginger beers, gin and premium soft drinks.
All the pleasure without the hangover!
If you are following a vegan diet, there is no need for you to miss out when it comes to Christmas.
There are plenty of alternatives available to all the classics.
Here are some of our favourite vegan Christmas foods:
Christmas would not be Christmas without chocolate. From advent calendars in the run up to the main event, to selection boxes and the big Christmas chocolate tins that you can share with all the family (or just keep to yourself!), there are chocolate treats wherever you turn.
Vegan chocolate lovers can indulge this holiday season with a range of different sweet treats.
Booja Booja Award-Winning Selection contains a sumptuous selection of dark chocolate truffles encased in rich dark chocolate.
These are handmade in Norfolk, using the finest organic ingredients and contain different flavours, including hazelnut crunch and almond salted caramel – delicious!
If chocolate does not float your boat, you can still get a sweet fix with some vegan sweets.
The Sweet Kitchen Vegan Teddy Bears are so cute you might not want to eat them!
These sugared gummy polar bears are suitable for both vegetarians and vegans and come packaged in a reusable little glass milk bottle.
A great stocking filler for those with a sweet tooth.
Ok, so we probably shouldn’t eat all of these treats by ourselves. Christmas food also makes a wonderful and thoughtful gift for your loved ones.
The Lazyday Foods Gingerbread Kit is fun for the whole family and makes a great gift for children and adults alike.
The kit includes two gingerbread biscuits, chocolate buttons, marshmallows and some icing so that you can decorate your own gingerbread.
It is also suitable for anyone following a vegan diet.
For cosy evenings at home, Mummy Meagz Vegan What’s O-Stirring Hot Chocolate is perfect.
The creamy dairy-free chocolate can be stirred into a mug of warm milk or milk alternative and sprinkled with the marshmallows for a yummy festive treat.
This vegan-friendly treat is named in tribute to Mummy Meagz favourite Barry Island-based TV show, where the Christmas special is a regular fixture on TV sets across the country.
Another chocolate-based Christmas gift is Montezuma’s Christmas Chocolate Bar Library.
This gift contains five chocolate bars which are packaged in the shape of a mini book shelf.
All of this beautiful packaging is 100% recyclable, compostable or biodegradable.
The smooth and creamy milk and dark chocolate bars come in a range of festive flavours including dark chocolate with ginger and chocolate lime and sea salt.
They are also gluten free and therefore make a perfect gift for anyone who is coeliac or following a gluten-free diet.
These Christmas food gifts also make ideal Secret Santa presents for the office or your friendship group.
It is traditional to eat nuts and dried fruits at Christmas time and luckily these are also a really healthy way to snack, thanks to their nutritional profiles.
These foods are high in protein, dietary fibre and potassium.