Vegan Food Gift Guide

Need some gift ideas for your vegan friend? Keep reading to get some ideas. Vegans should get cool food gifts as well!

La Newyorkina Fruity Paletas - Assorted Dozen
2 Mango Chile, 2 Cucumber Lime, 2 Passion Fruit, 2 Coconut, 2 Mixed Berry, 2 Pink Limeade. Tajin Seasoning
Unpopular opinion coming- I never lost my mind over popsicles as a kid. They were always so sticky and lacked flavor. I was the child buying actual ice cream at the truck. These look way more interesting. The flavor combinations alone are enough for me to try. The addition of the tajin is great. I use it on fresh pineapple and mango. These are gluten-free and vegan so a lot of people can try these. The Mango Chile and Pink Lemonade would be the first two I would try. Why don’t mainstream brands come out with something similar? I would definitely pay extra money to experience something like this.
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Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Choose Any Six Vegan Ice Cream Pints
My picks- Salted Caramel, Sicilian Pistachio, Rocky Road, Cookies and Cream Caramel Swirl, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Cookie Crumble Strawberry Jam
$99, free shipping
Slowly, more vegan ice cream combinations are coming out. I would like to try more but they are more expensive. I understand why but since I don’t have to be careful with dairy, I would rather splurge on dairy ice cream that is more interesting. This would be a great gift for vegan fans since it is so expensive, it would be a fun treat. You can select oat milk options as well which seems to be rising in popularity. Another brand using jam in ice cream which is interesting. I want to keep seeing more add-in options. 

Trejo's Tacos Vegan Jackfruit Taco Kit - 12 Pack
12 Corn Tortillas, 24 oz. Vegan Jackfruit, 1 can Trejos Beans, 1 bottle of Trejos Hot Sauce
$99, free shipping
I haven’t seen a lot of vegan dinner meal kits so I wanted to bring some attention to this. I am interested in trying mainly just the fruit. I think it’s a good alternative to pulled meat if the internet isn’t lying to me. Plant-based tacos shouldn’t just be limited to tofu or mushrooms. If you really want people to eat more plants, give more variety. I like mushrooms but I don’t want it in a taco. I’d rather just cheese and guacamole if that is my only option. The hot sauce is always something that is going to interest me. The price does seem a bit high to me but jackfruit isn’t the easiest to find so I would still get it for someone.