Whole Foods: Chef Prepared Easter Meal

Diana Chan March 24, 2016 British Columbia


Whole Foods Market opened their newest location 10 minutes away from my house. I love looking at all the beautiful and fresh produce. I cook once in a while, but on busy days, it’s pretty hard to prep a meal right after getting home from work. I always find a quick way to get food on the table with little effort.

Since I usually eat out, there are days where I just want to be at home and not be eating at a restaurant.


For the upcoming Easter holiday, Whole Foods has Chef prepared meals ready to go for Easter dinner or any dinner party that you have. You can work with the staff to put together the perfect meal for you and your guests without cooking up a storm in the kitchen.


Spiral Cut Honey Glazed Ham dinner for 6


Currently, they are offering their Spiral Cut Honey Glazed Ham dinner for 6 for $119.99. It’s a bit pricey, but the ham is raised with no animal by products in the feed, no antibiotics or added growth hormones and made with no synthetic nitrites.

The dinner comes with spring veggies like grilled asparagusRosemary Roasted Potatoes and Orange Glazed Tri-Coloured Carrots.

I find that prepared meals actually make really good gifts for those who are preoccupied with other things in their personal life, that the last thing you want them to worry about is cooking food.


It stacks nicely in the fridge and all you need to do is heat it up before serving. I was sent a smaller portion to review their Easter dinner.


I placed it all nicely on the place before sending it off into the microwave to heat up. 60 seconds to 90 seconds should be a good amount of time.


Easiest meal I’ve prepared so far and looks good. The meals are convenient but there are drawbacks in terms of flavour and quality. I noticed more from the asparagus that it was more wilted and dry. I personally would have cooked it a different way.

Now you don’t have an excuses to avoid hosting an Easter meal at your place. Spend more time with family rather than prepping all the ingredients for dinner.

Of course it  isn’t for everybody, some people do have the time to roast the ham and vegetables enjoy the process of making the meal end to end.


Whole Foods tries to make preparing for a last minute Easter dinner easy with no fuss. If you are looking for a prepared meal that just needs to be heated up and healthy for you, check it out.


Don’t forget to pick up some Easter dessert as well. They have a lot of cute cookies and tons of chocolates to accompany your meal.


Foodology Disclaimer: I was sent a sample of Whole Foods Market’s Chef prepped Easter meal to review. All thoughts are my own.

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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

1 Comment

  1. Riddlemethis March 25, 2016 at 9:57 pm

    Save On Foods had their own hot baked ham that feeds many for less then $40. The potatoes and other side dishes you can easily do yourself. I don’t understand why people patronize establishments like Whole Foods, just like I don’t understand why people do what they do in purchasing homes in the lower mainland real estate market.

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