Hanukkah is almost here, and you know what that means: good
food, festive gatherings with family and friends … and eight days of presents!
PETA’s animal-friendly gift ideas will keep you going for all eight days of
- Guilt-Free Gelt: The holidays will be much
sweeter with dark-chocolate vegan
from Pangea Vegan Products. For more sophisticated tastes, try Harbor Candy Shop’s festive
of decadent and divine gourmet vegan chocolates.
- I Have a Little Dreidel: I made it out of … marshmallows?
Sweet Sara’s chocolate-dipped
in three festive shapes—the Star of David, a dreidel, and a menorah—will have
everyone singing “The Dreidel Song.”
- Jelly Doughnuts Redux: With 250 recipes, Isa Chandra
Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero’s Veganomicon
is the only cookbook that you’ll ever need. Whip up a batch of their Jelly Donut Cupcakes
for a modern twist on the Hanukkah potluck favorite: jelly doughnuts.
- A Scentsational Gift:
Bring a smile to your sweetie’s face with A Scent of Scandal’s holiday-themed soy candles
in tongue-in-cheek scents such as Challahback Girl (challah bread) and Hanukkah
Bush (fir tree).
- Not Your Bubbe’s Fur: A luxe,
will keep your loved ones cozy and cruelty-free all winter long.
- Tee Time: From PETA’s “Test Tubes, Not Bunnies”
T-shirt to this clever “veggie
design (featuring pea pods, carrots, and red peppers in place of candles), there
are countless ways to get animal-friendly messages out there—and look great
- Gifts for Four-Legged Friends: Don’t forget to wish your animal
friends a happy Hanukkah, too, with PETA’s cat and dog
- Gifts for All Animal Lovers: Spread some cheer (and
compassion) by choosing a “virtual gift”—such as a toy for a
neglected dog or a spay or neuter surgery—at PETAPresents.org. PETA will send
your recipient a beautiful e-card thanking him or her for helping animals.
For more Hanukkah gift ideas, visit PETACatalog.com.
Article source: PETA Files