Healthy Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

Healthy Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

If your sweetheart is the type that drinks kale smoothies in the morning and spends two hours a day at the gym, chances are she isn’t going to want a huge box of chocolates for Valentine’s Day. She will probably want something that makes her happy and healthy at the same time. Here are some awesome healthy Valentine’s Day gift ideas.

Box of dark chocolates– Just because a traditional box of chocolates may not be the ideal gift of her, doesn’t mean you need to count out chocolates altogether. Dark chocolate contains flavonoids, which are heart-healthy and polyphenols, healthy antioxidants. Vosges Chocolates features a 16-piece Exotic Truffle Collection, containing cacao deep milk chocolate and cacao dark chocolate. Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier has a Classic Collection, featuring an assortment of fine dark chocolates.

Gourmet fruit gift basket– Nothing says healthy like a gourmet fruit basket. Gourmet fruits baskets go beyond the traditional apples and oranges to include exotic fruit like pineapples and pears. The Fruit Company features a Bountiful Harvest Fruit Basket, which includes an assortment of fresh fruit including Granny Smith apples, navel oranges and Webster Comice pears. Gourmet Gift Baskets has a Fruit & Healthy Snacks Gift Basket, featuring fresh fruit like apples, oranges and pears, as well as delicious healthy snacks like Blueberry Pomegranate Clusters and Sugar River Trail Mix.

Organic gift basket– Organic gift baskets are perfect for those leading a healthy lifestyle. Broadway Basketeers has an Organic and Natural Gift Basket, which features goodies like California Nature’s Joy Pistachios and Brown & Haley Cashew Roca Butter Crunch. America’s Best Organics features a Celebrating You Organic Gift Basket, featuring Bumble Bar Organic Sesame Bar and Go Organic Blood Orange Hard Candy.

Dried fruit & nut gift basket– The combination of dried fruits and nuts is the perfect snack anyone will love. The Fruit Company has an Orchard Fruit Deluxe Dried Fruit Tray, featuring California apricots, Angelino plums, pitted prunes and almonds. Harry and David has an Entertainer’s Dried Fruit and Nut Tray, featuring apricots, apple rings, raw almonds and roasted pistachios.

Mamasita Amber
Mama of three children and proud new mama of a standard poodle named Prince Miguel.

23 Responses to “Healthy Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

  • Certainly can’t go wrong with chocolate in my book. However one year I got an edible arrangement and I loved it!

  • Ohhhh I love the dried fruit and nut basket, trying to watch what I eat and that would totally make me not feel guilty!!

  • Love all of your ideas. I think you can never go wrong with a healthy gift basket.

  • I love all of these, but chocolate hands down every time! I love chocolate! They all make great gifts though.

  • That dark chocolate looks amazing! I have to say my favorite thing to get is an edible arrangement. I get my chocolate fix but I also feel a little better because it’s mostly fruit.

  • Gift baskets always make great gifts. I love companies that do the wrapping and shipping for me.

  • Great ideas. I’m trying to be healthier this year but I still love chocolate so the dark chocolate gift box would be my pick. That, or a puppy, ha!

  • Any of those would work for me, although I am a huge dark chocolate fan! I’m off the sweets for awhile, though, so maybe I should look for a yoga mat instead. 🙂

  • My husband would love that dried fruit and nut basket. These are some really great gift ideas!

  • What a brilliant idea – something I would have not even thought of! The hamper looks beaut and the dried fruits is such a good DIY idea as well! x

  • These are such great ideas! I am big on the fruit and nut basket and now thanks to this post I think I will have to gift one to myself for Valentine’s Day!

  • This is a great roundup. Sometimes it’s hard to give an edible V-day gift without it being super sugary. Thanks for sharing.

  • Yum! They all look amazing! I want to try all of them! Especially the baskets!

  • What a great idea to focus on healthy gifts. Valentine’s Day is typically about candies and sweets it’s nice to have a reminder that a yummy treat doesn’t have to wreck a diet or add a few pounds 😉

  • A food gift basket would be a great gift for Vday. It would be different outside the cliche chocolate and roses.

  • I’d love to receive that dried fruits and nuts box! Looks real yummy and much better than too sweet chocolate. Nice ideas!

  • Such a great idea, valentine’s day is usually a day of unhealthy habits for me (pizza, lots of chocolate so on) but I really like the idea of a fruit basket instead, and honestly I prefer fruit to chocolate

    Robin Rue
    4 years ago

    These gift baskets look great. There is nothing wrong with receiving some delicious fruit for a gift.

    Krystle Cook
    4 years ago

    I have a hard time figuring out gifts for some people but all of these options look awesome. I know that my friends and family would love them.

    4 years ago

    Such great ideas. I haven’t figured out exactly what I’m getting my husband this year but I do know it will involve a basket like these and a delivery service!

  • I keep hearing that dark chocolate is healthier for you than milk chocolate. Unfortunately, I’ve never really been a fan of its taste. Maybe I will acquire a taste for it over time.

    4 years ago

    Omg so many awesome gift ideas!!! Once can never go wrong with giving any type of food as a gift!

  • I love the healthier options you’ve suggested that are not chocolate and strawberries! Yum!

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