AD – gifted products
Whatever kind of gift you like, there are some great free from products in this guide for eating, sleeping, pampering and entertaining.
Which one will you be asking Santa for?
Hands up who would love to see these in their Christmas stocking! Booja Booja chocolates are the ultimate dairy free treat. They are rich, indulgent and also gluten and soya free. They have a great mix of classic and interesting flavours and won the overall prize at the Free From Food Awards this year.
(Contains almond and hazelnut. May contain other nuts)
This duvet set is sooooo soft and feels really luxurious. It is also 100% cotton so great for anyone with eczema or sensitive skin and you’ll look forward to snuggling down to bed. The design is lovely and a great subtle nod to the festive season while still being stylish and suitable all year round.
Every child should have a chocolate selection box from Santa so it’s great to see a free from version. Moo Free chocolate is dairy and gluten free and the kids love the fun designs, especially the santa and snowmen figures.
(May contain hazelnut)
Natural Wellness Box | £35
Now this is the kind of gift I want for Christmas! You can order a one off box or buy a subscription and they are great value. This facial oil is my new favourite, Miss A adores the lavendar roll on and this quartz stone is just beautiful. It also came with three different vegan snacks (which I may have already eaten!) All contents are vegan and cruelty free.
(Some items may contain nuts or nut oils so check about ingredients before ordering)
Conscious Chocolate | £2.48
The packaging on this chocolate range is beautiful and also biodegradable so it looks and does good! The chocolate is dairy, soya, gluten free and usings coconut blossom, so is free from refined sugars. The bars are made with raw and organic ingredients, and I think they would make a lovely gift.
(Produced in a factory that handles tree nuts but not peanuts)
Most people are trying to be a little more sustainable these days and one way to help is to cut down on single use plastic straws. Some of the alternatives contain food proteins though so aren’t suitable for people with food allergies. These glass straws are a great alternative and are very stylish. They come in packs of 4 and you can get short and long ones.
Mummy Meagz rocky road | £1.69
These vegan rocky road bars fall under the great category of ‘noone would know they are free from’ treats. They come in bright, fun packaging and tasty flavours – there is also a sea salt and honycomb one. These are perfect stocking fillers and all kids and grown ups would enjoy them, vegan or not.
(Contains soya lecithins. May contain dairy, egg, nuts)
These porcelain markers are a brilliant way to label any free from food or highlight ingredients for people. They come with a snazzy gold pen and are sustainable as you can just wash them and use them again and again. I think they would be ideal for anyone to have in their cupboard for parties, dinners or just to label your dairy free cheeseboard at Christmas.