Valentine’s Day is coming up! It’s time to think about what you want to give your loved one. Is your girlfriend/boyfriend/partner/secret love a food lover like me? I’ve got you covered! On this page I’m sharing my favorite Valentine’s Day gifts for foodies for this year. For every budget and in all kinds of categories; these 2020 Valentine’s Day presents will sure make your beloved foodie very happy. And if you are into food and cooking yourself: then you can give this list to someone else as a hint!
On this page you’ll also find nice discounts and a giveaway!
I love you Muesli
Normally I would always keep my muesli to myself, but this time of year MyMuesli has got an I love you Muesli, which makes a great gift for your foodie! If you order for at least €15 at the MyMuesli webshop, you get a free Custom Muesli Mix if you order via the link below. The Custom Muesli Mix is a muesli that you can create yourself. You can choose all your favorite ingredients and you can design the tube yourself! They’ve got two new Valentine’s Day designs and you can add your personal text.
Click here to receive your free Custom Muesli Mix.
The sweet post from Zoete Kaart is always nice to give to someone. Whether it’s someone’s Birthday, if someone’s got something to celebrate or any other reason. But especially for Valentine’s Day, Diliana from Zoete Kaart has created this Valentine’s package. You can send your loved one (or a friend who can use something sweet) this edible package. The cake that’s inside is free of added refined sugars and filled with almonds and dark chocolate.
If you use the code ‘valentijn’ on orders before Friday at noon you get a 10% discount on the Valentine’s Special.
Click here to order your Valentine’s Special from Zoete Kaart.
Valentine’s Bar Chocolatemakers
The Valentine’s Bar from the Chocolatemakers is a 65% dark bar which I love as it isn’t too bitter. It’s made from the Criollo cacao from Colombia. The Chocolatemakers work with a women’s group in Colombia to produce the cacao beans. The beans have been shipped to the Netherlands by sailing boat and processed in their chocolate factory in Amsterdam. You can order the bar at www.chocolatemakers.nl.
Heinz Chocolate Truffles
From all the brands that you might expect Valentine’s Chocolates, Heinz is probably the last. But instead of Tomato Ketchup, they’ve created chocolate truffles! They’ve partnered up with Fortnum and Mason to create a heartshaped box filled with nine handmade chocolates. The chocolates come in white, milk and dark and have a filling of chocolate genache and ketchup. If you’re curious to find out how they taste, you should keep an eye out on the Heinz Facebook page from February 7 to 12 as you can win a box. You can also order the Heinz Valentine’s Truffles at the Fortnum and Mason website.
Sometimes it’s hard to put down in words how you feel about someone. This chocolate emoticon will help! This Chocomoticon from Australian will help. This smiley is made from dark chocolate with a white chocolate smile and strawberry chocolate heart eyes. You can order the chocolate emoji on their website and have it delivered to your own house or to your Valentine. You get a free personalized text card with every order.
Tony’s Chocolonely has launched a chocolate bar especially for Valentine’s Day. This milk chocolate bar with raspberries and roses. So you don’t have to choose whether to give your Valentine chocolate or roses; with this bar you’re giving both!
The limited edition ValenTony Valentine’s Day chocolate bar is available from today in most Dutch supermarkets.