Whole Foods Easy Easter Meals + Giveaway!

Easter is right around the corner… are you prepared? We are, thanks to Whole Foods! See how Whole Foods can help with your Easter dinner this year, and see my tips to make the most delicious Easter Ham! 

I recently visited my local Whole Foods and picked up all of the Easter necessities. Whole Foods has you covered on Easter Basket goodies, wines, and quality food to make for the perfect spring meal. My family and I had an early Easter dinner with local family since we are traveling over Easter. My husband and I prepared the ham and it was so moist and delicious! Wellshire’s Spiral Sliced Half Ham in Red Foil is perfect for your Easter dinner. 

One thing my mother always did to our Easter ham growing up was add pineapple slices and cherries to it. It is so simple, and it really brings out the flavors of the ham. Grab a can of pineapples or buy fresh, and place them on the ham using tooth picks. Then place a cherry in the middle of each pineapple slice. Top it off by pouring the pineapple juices over the ham. Take your ham to the next level with just these two ingredients… so easy! Trust me, once you try this, you won’t eat another ham without it again. This is high quality meat, heats up fast, and makes for delicious leftovers, too! 

Wellshire’s Spiral Ham Facts-

From pigs raised with no antibiotics, ever

No animal by-products in feed

No added growth hormones (federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones in raising pigs)

No gestation crates or farrowing stalls

No synthetic nitrates or nitrites

Spiral sliced for easy serving

Did you know you can also pre order your Easter ham or even your entire Easter meal from whole foods? A whole meal for 6-8 people, including a 7lb Spiral Sliced Semi-Boneless Ham, 2lb Wild & Basmati Rice with Peas & Pistachios, 2lb Bacon & Thyme Braised Onions, and 2lb Asparagus with Farro & Orange is only $99.99! It is recommended to have 1/2 lb per person, 1 lb for big eaters or leftovers. So skip the shopping hassle and pre order your meal, ready to cook! Get the Easter meal details here.

If you still need help with your Easter prep, you can enter to win a $50 Whole Foods Gift Card! Comment below and tell me what you could use the gift card for! Congrats to our winner, Jess T! 

Happy Easter! 

 

 

I was provided with a Whole Foods Gift Card in order to facilitate this post. As always, all opinions are 100% my own. 

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Lisa Brown
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I would give it to my husband to use to buy lunch when he is at work.
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amy guillaume linderman

i would love to win this so i could take all the fixings for Easter dinner to my in-laws! my mother in law has had lots of health problems and anything i could do that would prevent her from trying to do anything in the kitchen would be great

Erin
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I could so use this!

Jess
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Easter Meal prep!!!

Kelly D
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I would buy baked goods and veggies for Easter dinner.

Sandy
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Easter dinner planning on making lamb

Cynthia R
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I would love a whole foods gift card. I would use it to buy a rotisserie chicken.

Elena
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I would use it to buy organic produce

Rosie
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I love Whole Foods, a store opened up near me and it has been an experience! I appreciate the effort they make to educate the consumer about good practices to animals and the environment. I’d love to buy some organic produce and organic juice!!

Jessie C.
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I could use the gift card to get wild salmon and prime ribs for Easter dinner.

Linda N.
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I could use the gift card for lots of fresh veggies and some baked goods.

Janna Johnson
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I would use it for ham and potatoes!! Thank you!

Kristen
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I’d use the gift card for a nice roast and some veggies for Easter dinner.

Tracie Cooper
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I would use this for flowers and food for Easter dinner!

manda
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I would use it for health foods for my diet.

Melissa
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I would use it for fruits, veggies, and a nice dessert from their bakery!

Geoff
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I’d use it to buy plenty of eggs for decorating, plus some produce to make side dishes for a family meal.

Adriane
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I would buy some great produce!

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