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10 Best Vegan Gift Baskets You Can Buy on Amazon

Whether you're a vegan yourself or are buying a gift for a friend, here are vegan gift baskets that are appropriate for any occasion.

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How to choose a vegan gift basket

Have a hard-to-shop for vegan relative or friend? Don’t know which vegan gift basket to choose from? With more than 9.7 million people in America following a plant-based diet these days (per a recent report by retail analytic firm Ipsos Retail Performance), it’s more than likely that at least a few of your loved ones are vegan.

When you’re looking for a vegan gift basket for a loved one, you might be overwhelmed with all the options out there. So first, think about what your friend or family member really enjoys.

If they love cooking, for instance, they might enjoy a set of seasoning mixes. “These items encourage cooking at home with whole-food ingredients, which support healthy eating,” says Jenna Braddock, a registered dietitian in St. Augustine, Florida, and co-author of 200 Surefire Ways to Eat and Feel Better.

Or maybe your friend loves tea. “Another fun idea for a healthier option is a tea-themed basket,” says Braddock. “This beverage has science-backed benefits and can be enjoyed regularly as part of a healthy lifestyle.”

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How to check if a product is vegan

You may also be overwhelmed with how to figure out if a gift is truly vegan. On Amazon, the word “vegan” is in the title or description of many gifts. If you aren’t sure, though, it’s best to double check the ingredient lists of any foods contained within a gift basket.

Honey, beeswax, and gelatin are common ingredients that aren’t considered vegan, so skip gifts that contain them. (See more foods that aren’t vegan—but you thought they were.)

Now, take a look at these 10 curated vegan gift basket ideas for every type of vegan on your gift list, all available on Amazon.

Elevate Gluten-Free and Vegan Premium Snacks Basketvia

Elevate Gluten-Free and Vegan Premium Snacks Basket



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What’s more exciting for a vegan eater than receiving a gift basket of foods made just for them? This Elevate snack box features 20 healthy vegan snack products—that also happen to be gluten-free. Your loved one will receive snack bars, pistachios, pumpkin seeds, cookies, veggie sticks, and much more.

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Women’s Bean Project Soup Gift Bundle


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Here’s a gift that gives back. Your recipient will get three soup mixes from the Women’s Bean Project, a non-profit that employs women who battle addiction, homelessness, and incarceration—and provides them with a second chance. Your vegan pal will receive a 10-bean soup mix, a black bean soup mix, and a chili mix. She’ll think of you while she slurps soup this winter! Take a look at gift baskets for health-conscious foodies.

Numi Organic World of Tea Variety Gift Setvia

Numi Organic World of Tea Variety Gift Set


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This Numi sampler pack of 45 teas is truly elegant. It makes the perfect present for any friend who loves to entertain, as the tea is housed in a stylish bamboo chest. The gift set features nine antioxidant-rich teas: breakfast blend, aged earl gray, golden chai, jasmine green, gunpowder green, mate lemon, rooibos, Moroccan mint, and chamomile lemon. (Here are more healthy holiday gifts that aren’t fruit cake.)

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Thumbs Cookies Variety Pack


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Does your vegan family member have a sweet tooth? Send this Thumbs Cookies trio of tiny freshly baked artisan cookies—rosemary pecan, lime sea salt, and lemon lavender. Each cookie is perfectly portion-controlled, about the size of a quarter, and made with local vegan butter. (See more thoughtful gifts for vegans.)

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No Whey! Foods Santa’s Goodie Box


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Newsflash: Vegan eaters enjoy chocolate, too. This No Whey! Foods vegan and allergy-friendly Santa’s gift box of goodies is manufactured in a facility that’s free from the top eight allergens: milk, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, eggs, fish, wheat, and soy. The chocolates are also void of artificial colors and flavors. This gift of four packaged chocolate products—including PeaNot Cups and a Milkless Bar—makes a great stocking stuffer or hostess gift.

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The Spice Lab Mediterranean Spices and Seasonings Set


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When you can’t travel to the Mediterranean, you can at least taste the flavor. This The Spice Lab gift set of four spice blends adds a low-calorie, earthy flavor to veggies, tofu, and more. In addition to being vegan, the spices are gluten-free. If you’re feeling creative, provide your vegan loved one with recipe print-outs that would pair well with the spices—such as oven-roasted asparagus and a vegan power bowl.

Bold Palate Foods Condiments Variety 4-Packvia

Bold Palate Foods Condiments Variety 4-Pack


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Ask any vegan foodie, and they will tell you it’s a pain to have to read the ingredient labels of every condiment out there. This Bold Palate gift set of four eight-ounce bottles—which can be used as salad dressings, sauces, dips, and marinades—can make a vegan’s life easier, not to mention tastier. Plus, the sauces are free of nuts, soy, wheat, artificial ingredients, and added sugar.

Teecino Pour Over Coffee Maker Gift Setvia

Teecino Pour Over Coffee Maker Gift Set


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Does your vegan friend like coffee but not the caffeine and acidity that often come with it? Then he might enjoy this caffeine-free spin on pour-over coffee: herbal coffee. This Teecino gift set features a stainless-steel gold pour-over coffee maker and two varieties of herbal coffee. Your friend will get to try hazelnut and vanilla-nut alt coffee, made with chicory, barley, and other natural ingredients. Bonus: The herbal blend is low acid, meaning it’s less likely to cause heartburn. (Find the best warm and cozy gifts.)

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Bonnie & Pop Dried Fruit Gift Basket


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Yup, you can buy fruit on Amazon. This adorable Bonnie & Pop vegan gift basket boasts dried mango slices, apricots, peaches, pears, apple wedges, dates, kiwi, and prunes. The dried fruit is housed on a multi-use wooden tray, which can also be used as a trivet or fruit bowl. (Get the best food subscription boxes for health-conscious foodies.)

Peanut Butter & Co. Top Sellers Variety Packvia

Peanut Butter & Co. Top Sellers Variety Pack


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What’s tastier than flavored peanut butter, especially considering the spread boasts heart-healthy fats? Send your vegan friend this Vegan Butter & Co. four-pack of mouth-watering nut butters—featuring made-in-NYC Smooth Operator, Crunch Time, White Chocolatey Wonderful, and Dark Chocolatey Dreams. The chocolate peanut butter sounds so wonderful, you might have to buy yourself a jar, too. Bonus: The nut butters are made with sustainable palm oil.


Amy Gorin, MS, RDN
Amy Gorin is a nationally recognized registered dietitian nutritionist in Stamford, CT. Specializing in plant-based eating, Amy has bylined 1,000-plus articles and also completed more than 1,000 interviews for top-tier outlets. Additionally, she has appeared on several national broadcast shows, including CBS Up to the Minute, CBS Power Up Your Health, NBC News, and the Associated Press. She is a former nutrition and health editor for Prevention, Health, Parents, American Baby, Weight Watchers Magazine, and–and loves to share her media knowledge via the media-training course, Master the Media, that she co-runs to help other health professionals get their names in the news. Amy enjoys cooking and publishes healthy plant-based recipes on her blog, Amy's Eat List. She has contributed recipes to several books, including The Runner's World Vegetarian Cookbook, Runner's World Meals on the Run, The Runner's World Cookbook, and The MIND Diet. Amy also runs an Etsy shop, Plant-Based Eats, which delivers meal plans and nutrition printables to the masses.

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