She’s baaaaack! I know I’ve been away for a week, but the ballet show is now done and dusted, went very well and I’m back to researching and blogging. I have a few days off next week, which will hopefully allow me to prepare lots of exciting posts for the coming weeks as well as give me some extra time to prepare my dissertation(s).Today, I have a few suggestions for those of you who want to buy an advent calendar for someone (or yourself, I’m not judging) and have left it a little bit late. I bought one for my fiancé a few weeks ago, and there are plenty of vegan options floating around this year! I would usually have made one myself, but my workload wouldn’t really allow that this year so he’s going to have a little bit of Moo Free chocolate each day!
1. Celtic Choices Dairy Free Advent Calendar – £3.50 from Ocado. I love their caramels and think this would probably be a delicious dairy free treat each day!
2. Holland & Barrett Organic Fairtrade Dairy Free Milky Advent Calendar – £3.19 (currently on sale) from Holland & Barrett. What a mouthful! And so cute! I love cow-Santa. That is a cow, right?
3. Montezuma’s Organic and Vegan Dark Chocolate Advent Calendar – £9.99 from Montezuma’s. Slightly more high-end, and definitely for dark chocolate lovers!
4. Yankee Candle Advent Calendar – £21.99 from Yankee Candle. Definitely the most expensive option on this page, and therefore probably for someone very special who isn’t too keen on chocolate. Imagine the delicious smell their house would have leading up to Christmas!
5. Moo Free Organic Alternative to Milk Chocolate Advent Calendar – £4.75 from Real Foods. Moo Free are my favourite manufacturers of vegan ‘milk’ chocolate, so I’m sure that this calendar will not disappoint!
Have you bought anyone an advent calendar?