Best Vegan Advent Calendars Online in the UK.
Have some fun this XMAS with a Vegan Advent Calendar
An advent calendar is a great way to count down to christmas, and even more rewarding when you receive a treat each day upon opening the little window. Most advent calendars contain chocolate or small toys, those that contain food are highly likely to NOT be vegan friendly. The good news is, there are a number of vegan friendly advent calendars available online in the UK
Anyway, let’s get straight into our vegan advent calendar reviews.
In our opinion, the best vegan Christmas advent calendars for 2023 are:
|Model||Model #||Overall Rating||Price||Review|
|Moo Free Advent Calendar||£4.99||Moo Free Advent Calendar Review||CHECK PRICE|
|Divine - Vegan & Fairtrade||£11.03||Divine - Vegan & Fairtrade Review||CHECK PRICE|
|Personalised Vegan Christmas Advent Calendar Chocolate||£64.00||Personalised Vegan Christmas Advent Calendar Chocolate Review||CHECK PRICE|
|Montezuma's Red or Blue||£23.99||Montezuma's Red or Blue Review||CHECK PRICE|
|Prestat Advent Calendar||£34.99||Prestat Advent Calendar Review||CHECK PRICE|
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