Thursday, November 20, 2014

Whole Foods Market Helps Make Memorable Holiday Meals! #Spon

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Are you headed out this weekend to gather all of the ingredients for you Thanksgiving feast?  Maybe you're a guest at someone else's house this year.  You know the cardinal rule...don't show up empty-handed:)  Either way, Whole Foods Market has tons of great items to make your Thanksgiving celebration one to remember!


Whole Foods Market sent us a selection of goodies that would be perfect for entertaining.  They have several different types of  365 Everyday Value Organic Stuffing Mix.  Whether you prefer a savory chicken stuffing, a sweet tart cranberry stuffing or a vegan stuffing, these mixes are so simple and delicious!  You can have a dish of stuffing ready for the table within just a few minutes!


To indulge the sweet tooth of your guests, these fun treats would be great to have on hand.
Seely Mint Patties are so delicious!  Decadent peppermint fondant covered with bittersweet chocolate...yummy!  The Whole Foods Cookies and Cream Peppermint Bark is another sweet treat infused with one of the most popular taste combinations of the season, peppermint and chocolate...you really can't go wrong! 


A healthy sweet treat option would be Simple & Crisp dried fruit slices.  We tried the orange slices and the pear slices and both were fantastic!  Whole Foods Market also offers an all-in-one brine and seasoning kit made with organic ingredients.  Perfect for a moist bird!


After dinner settle in with a warm cup of Biodynamic Organic Holiday Chai from The Republic of Tea.  This spicy treat is so comforting and the perfect pairing for the Greyston Bakery Cookie Thins:


This cookie box is filled with thin cookie crisps in Sugar, Ginger and Chocolate flavors.  These crispy cookies really hit the spot and are a lighter dessert option, perfectly paired with coffee or tea.


You are sure to find everything you need for holiday entertaining at Whole Foods Market! 

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