A Whole Foods Market Valentine’s Day Dinner for the Family

Valentine’s Day is less than a week away! Are you ready? I think I’m almost there and with help from Whole Foods Market I have a cute dinner planned for the family. Since the holiday is on a Tuesday night this year, my husband and I decided we would skip the fancy dinner out and just stay home and celebrate with our girls. So I went to Whole Foods Market and found everything we need for this heart-warming occasion at home with our family.

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First, I headed to the floral department to get the roses needed for our table. How pretty are these?! And you can’t beat the price – $24.99 for double dozen roses!

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Then I needed to decided on what to have for dinner. My oldest daughter is a very picky eater but pizza is always something she’ll eat so I went with the Whole Foods Market cheese pizza. I also bought pepperoni to add to it in the shape of a heart before I bake it.

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I grabbed the Whole Foods 365 lemonades to go with our meal. Have you tried these? They are a favorite in our house!

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I thought the strawberry lemonade was perfect in keeping with the red theme for Valentine’s Day.

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Then I headed over to the bakery to find something special for our dessert. Probably the most important part, right?! I saw this chocolate heart torte on sale for $9.99 and had to get it. My girls are already discussing who gets to eat the flower….

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I also grabbed some Driscoll’s strawberries to add to the meal. And that pretty much completes our simple and easy family Valentine’s Day dinner from Whole Foods Market!

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While at the store, I also picked up a couple goodies for the girls. I love these heart shaped frothy bath bombs. And for only $1.29 they are a steal (and smell really good too). My girls will love them!

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I also bought these Melissa & Doug decorate-your-own wooden heart boxes – $6.99.

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My girls are very into their arts & crafts and had so much fun making these.

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I’d say my Valentine’s Day shopping at Whole Foods Market was a success. I got our meal, drinks, dessert, and gifts for the girls – all for just under $100! If you are short on time, Whole Foods Market also offers pre-shopping online.

GIVEAWAY – I would love to delight one lucky reader with a $50 Whole Foods Market gift card to do your Valentine’s Day shopping. Just head over to my facebook page and “like and comment” for a chance to win! For a bonus entry, comment below on this blog post too (but you must also enter on facebook)! I’ll notify a winner on Sunday, February 12th. Good luck!



34 Responses to A Whole Foods Market Valentine’s Day Dinner for the Family

  1. Joyce says:

    Thank you for the giveaway!

  2. sandy says:

    Awesome!

  3. Bianca Waters says:

    Super cute idea!

  4. Karla Romero says:

    This is a great idea! Will definitely be doing something similar. Just going to add some heart shaped past noodles I got at World Market Thanks!

  5. Chrissy Spano says:

    Cute and easy! I think they may have heart shaped raviolis there too!

  6. Kristin says:

    That torte looks amazing! Thanks for the giveaway :)

  7. Candie says:

    Love this idea!

  8. Katie D. says:

    I love the idea of mixing the lemonade! The craft boxes are also super cute!

  9. Alana says:

    Love Whole Foods. My kids love making calzones with their fresh pizza dough! Yum!

  10. Bethany says:

    Totally copying this entire thing for Valentine’s Day! love it :)

  11. John says:

    I love the staying in with the kids and involving them on Valentines Day. They can color while we cook!

  12. Brandi Markham says:

    Would love to win! & I LOVE that picture of your cutie with the roses. :)

  13. Bonnie says:

    We also love to do pizza for Valentines Day! We usually buy dough and then we all add the toppings together

  14. Katherine Murray says:

    Such a generous giveaway!

  15. Alyssa says:

    That torte!!

  16. Erika says:

    Great idea!

  17. Francine Speaker says:

    Love the idea of celebrating at home. Restaurants are too busy on Valentine’s Day

  18. Gloria F says:

    The pepperoni idea is so easy!

  19. Katie K says:

    Love these ideas! Some easy ways to up our vday game :-)

  20. Kelly West Mars says:

    Thanks for the amazing giveaways!

  21. Taryn says:

    Thank you for the opportunity.

  22. Aashima Palmer says:

    Love these ideas! Siya would love to make a heart shaped box! It’s super cute!

  23. Terry says:

    Thank you for sharing your ideas!

  24. Melody says:

    Fabulous fun! Thank you!

  25. Gabby K says:

    Such an amazing giveaway! I will definitely be getting a heart shaped cake!

  26. Nikki rooney says:

    Love your blog and your sweet valentines plans!

  27. Juliet A says:

    Super cute ideas! Yummy and fun for the entire family :)

  28. Jenny says:

    So cute!

  29. Rebekah Duvic says:

    Thanks for offering a gift card prize! Awesome family valentine ideas.

  30. Krista says:

    Yum, the strawberry lemonade looks so good!

  31. Adrianne says:

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  32. Yocelyn Polsgrove says:

    Thank you for the excellent ideas!

  33. Chrisy Vaughan says:

    Great idea for Valentine’s Day!

  34. Shakti says:

    Thinking pasta with red sauce,
    Beet salad, with goat cheese and greens
    Strawberries
    Chocolate something
    Pink lemonade
    Rosé

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