Updated for 2021! I recently shared The 25 Best Dairy-Free Chocolate Gifts and Two Dozen Dairy-Free Cookie Gifts you can order 0nline. But there’s more to the holidays than chocolate and cookies. Really, there is! I’ve gathered 30 MORE incredible dairy-free food gifts, many of which you haven’t seen on any other lists. Forget the dried fruit and nut trays. These dairy-free food gifts are on trend and have a more personal touch.
30 Delicious Dairy-Free Food Gifts for Everyone on Your List
These dairy-free food gifts are a special way to show someone that you care about them and that you understand their food restrictions. But they’re also a fantastic way to show others how delicious dairy-free can be! All of the following are made without any dairy ingredients, and many are suitable for vegan, gluten-free, paleo, or allergic recipients. But this is just a helpful guide – always verify before ordering that they will suit your needs.
This seasonal spread includes eight varieties of Miyoko’s famed cashew cheese wheels, a cheese knife, and a wooden cheese board that says “milk plants hug cows.”
Primal Kitchen Bundles ($25-$70)
We love the build-your-own bundle options from this paleo company. They offer guidance with product groups, but then you pick the varieties. Most of their products are dairy-free, including creamy pasta sauces and dressing. Each item comes carefully packaged for a safe arrival. Use Coupon Code DAIRYFREE at checkout for a discount!
Hazy-O Hazy IPA ($10-$18)
Your dairy-free beer fanatic will be excited to try the first oat milk IPA. Yes, even beer can contain milk, but this powerhouse brew (it has 7.1% ABV!) is made specifically with dairy-free customers in mind. Nevertheless, it’s a complex, flavorful ale that will have everyone talking. You can but it in 6 or 12 packs.
VeganCuts Snack Box ($25+)
There are quite a few subscription boxes available, but we’re still partial to this one. They’ve been around a while, are affordably priced, and offer a good selection of purely vegan goodies in each box. They have regular and limited edition options. Use coupon code Dairyfree to get $5 off a subscription box.
It’s no secret that this is my favorite creamer brand. I love that it’s unsweetened (perfect for paleo, keto, vegan, and any dairy-free recipients!), is rich and creamy, and comes in various flavors. Their winter collection this year includes Holiday Nog, Pumpkin Spice, and Peppermint Mocha. Pair it with a frother in their favorite color.
Stash Tea Gift Boxes ($13)
This is my favorite brand for their incredible range of varieties. They offer various collection gift sets in packages of three or six. Pictured below is a special Christmas Collection, but they have options for every taste. And yes, many tea makers do use milk in some of their flavors, but all Stash teas are certified kosher parve and are “confirmed free from” all top allergens for the U.S. and Canada.
Monin Coffee Collection ($15)
All Monin syrups are dairy-free and vegan, including this holiday set with Dark Chocolate, Peppermint, Macadamia Nut, Toasted Marshmallow, and Gingerbread. For a bigger gift, pair it with a kosher pareve, handcrafted coffeehouse blend, like Caribou Coffee ($13).
They are known in Chicago as one of the finest cheesecake bakers, and Eli’s doesn’t leave dairy-free customers out. They make these boxes of vegan cheesecake cuties in Lemon Raspberry and Chocolate, and ship them to people throughout the U.S.
This New England company has been handcrafting condiments for more than 20 years with local ingredients. We adore their Wild Maine Blueberry Jam, but their fruit butters speak to our dairy-free side. These “butters” are naturally dairy-free, but are pureed into a rich, smooth finish that’s utterly irresistible. In addition to the selection in the gift collection shown, they offer a seasonal Gingerbread Butter.
Trader Joe’s fanatics will be impressed when you one-up their favorite store with this everything seasoning set. It includes not one, but three different flavors of everything bagel seasoning. If they’re the adventurous type, you can pair it with these bagel molds ($13). They’re made for shaping, boiling, and baking, so they can make their own everything bagels.
In case you haven’t noticed, oat milk is hot right now. And this gift pack doubles down with shelf-stable oatmilk powder and a reusable carton to make it in! You can order it with Original or Unsweetened oatmilk.
Each vegan box from this sustainable employer contains eight treats, four Cinnamon Roll Blondies and four Fudge Brownies.
This sweet set includes three types of hand-crafted vegan caramels: Sea Salt, Vanilla, and Sea Salt Chocolate. They’re each certified organic, made with coconut milk, and free of corn syrup.
This trendy organic burger condiment set is dairy-free and vegan, and is great for recipients who can’t do eggs either. It includes Burger Sauce and Vegan Mayo, each made with oat milk, along with Harissa, Hot Dijon, and a Pure Tomato Paste.
They offer the most fun flavors of any dairy-free ice cream brand, and let you build your own bundle of 5 or 9 flavors. For the holidays, they also have Peppermint Bark and Pumpkin Pie flavors. Please note that the price above does not include shipping. They offer a very fair $25 flat shipping rate, so your ice cream arrives perfectly frozen. Just be sure to let your recipient know it’s coming!
Your beer and barbecue-loving recipient can crack one of these open and get cooking. The contents of each 8-ounce can is filled with dry rub that can be used as is or mixed with a matching beer to create a marinade. This set is dairy-free, but it does contain gluten and honey.
I’m hoping someone gets this for me! This amazing nut butter is a dairy-free favorite, and the bundle includes Original, Maple, Chocolate Espresso, Gingerbread, and Cinnamon flavors.
Forget those expensive gift sets with tiny jars. Sandt’s makes premium, hard to find, raw, unfiltered honey, pours it into full 16-ounce bottles, and packages it up for a fair price. They’re bundle includes coveted Buckwheat, Wildflower, and Blueberry honeys (3 pounds total!), which are perfect for dairy-free, paleo, and allergic people on your list.
Be Free Snack Box ($15-$50)
For dairy-free, gluten-free recipients, there’s Be Free. Their wonderful subscription boxes are carefully vetted for allergen needs. And they were kind enough to give our readers a coupon code! Use the code GODAIRYFREE at checkout for 20% off!
This Australian company offers free shipping to the U.S. on all of their vegan seasonings. They make everything from Ranch to Nacho Cheese to Spicy Bacon. In fact, their big combo pack of shakers includes 17 varieties. It’s a fun and inspiring gift for both novice and experienced cooks. However, it doesn’t arrive in gift-worthy packaging, so order ahead rather than shipping directly to your recipient.
Carob isn’t chocolate, but it has it’s own sweet allure. And no one does carob better than Missy J. This year she’s created a Supreme Holiday gift box, complete with an array of carob treats and lively kitchen tools.
Who needs butter when you have this wonderful dairy-free, gluten-free spice kit for making an array of bread dipping oils. Pair it with a beautiful bottle of extra-virgin olive oil ($25) for a truly special gift.
This Canadian company makes a fun range of maple syrups. I’ve linked up to their seasonal Winter set, but they have other gift packs, including many with larger bottles like the Superfood Maple Syrup Set.
Thai for Two Curry Kit ($35)
Your favorite foodie couple will love this flavorful three-pack of organic curries. They’re not only dairy-free, but also gluten-free, soy-free, plant-based, and vegan (no fish sauce!). They come complete with curry pastes, herbs and spices, and coconut milk.
All Super Strength Flavors from Lorann Oils are dairy-free, gluten-free, and nut-free, and they come in some fun flavors. You can build a pack for kitchen adventurers with options like cheesecake, butter, caramel, cookies & cream, eggnog, cinnamon roll, irish cream, and dozens more.
While we were updating, they ran out of this holiday set! But you can still order a selection of their most popular dairy-free and vegan coconut milk caramel sauce flavors for a choose-your-own gift pack. At last check, the jars were still $5 each, and they offer 11-ounce squeeze bottles for $8 a piece.
Each flavorful spread is made with gluten-free oats and without any top allergens. They offer an array of bundles with seasonal and popular flavors. We’re partial to the Fall Bundle with Pumpkin Spice and Apple Pie but the Best Sellers Bundle has a very nice selection.
This beautiful, healthy gift box is a twist on classic fruit and nut baskets. Each treat is made with a blend of pure, clean ingredients, which might include quinoa, pistachio, figs, flax seeds, almonds, apricots, chia seeds, pine seeds, coconut, dates, or acai. It’s a dairy-free, vegan, and paleo-friendly gift.
Scout Erling Cacao & Tea Gift Sets ($38-$40)
Scout handcrafts dairy-free hot chocolate and tea gift sets in Bellingham, Washington. The ingredients she uses are of the highest quality, and her products are created in an allergen free facility. The cacao set is sweetened solely with raw cane crystals.
Kids can take their s’mores to the next level with printed marshmallows and edible paints. The entire set is vegan-friendly – so no dairy, egg, gelatin, or honey.
Bonus! Goldbelly Vegan Meals and Desserts (Prices Vary)
If you’re looking for unique, hand-crafted eats, made by small companies in the U.S., then look no further than the vegan selection at Goldbelly. They have vegan cheeseboards, cupcakes jars, mac and cheese, pizza, ice cream, tamales, donuts, and much more. Honestly, there were just too many cool things for us to narrow it down! Most items already have the shipping included in the price.
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