The interwebs have been buzzing these past several days with the news that Olive Garden is offering a bouquet of their famous breadsticks (breadsticks!) for Valentine’s Day.
Further inspection of this “news” and Olive Garden’s website would prove that this bouquet isn’t actually for sale.
Rather, you can head to their site to find a “wrapping square” and instructions on how to print and cut it, roll and tape it up, and then “Fill with breadsticks, and give them to your love.”
Though we love how it looks, it was it a lil too DIY-ie for us, yet got us thinking: are there other already put together food bouquets out there that could be delivered?
Indeed there are and WOW, we are NOT disappointed!
Read ahead to find how you to get your hands on foodie bouquets including both sweet and savory options.
Valentine’s Day Food Bouquets
1. Doughnut Bouquet
Harry & David is pulling out all the stops this year on their bouquets that will satiate the sweetest of sweet teeth.
Here’s what their doughnut bouquet includes:
Harry & David also offers a mixed cake pop and doughnut bouquet as well.
This one includes:
2. Cookie Bouquet
Nothing says I love you like a artisan-crafted bouquet from Mrs. Fields Cookies.
Imagine 10 Nibblers® bite-sized cookies enrobed in semi-sweet Belgian chocolate and hand-decorated with heart sprinkles and drizzled icing. Wrapped in white tissue and tied with a Mrs. Fields® bow, each delicious bunch includes 4 milk chocolate, 3 dark chocolate, and 3 white chocolate cookies.
These famous cookies have a shelf life of 12 days, but come on, they’re not gonna last that long!
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3. Salami Bouquet
You could skip all the sweet bouquets and go straight for savory goodness. Ah yes, the fine folks at Hickory Farms have found a elegant way to gift air dried meat.
Their salami bouquet pairs three of their famous dry salamis—one each of Original Dry Salami, Three Pepper Dry Salami, and Truffle Dry Salami, all festively wrapped in red tissue paper and accented with a ribbon.
This particular item ships free as a Valentine’s day treat to you, the gifter! Buy this bouquet by clicking here.
4. Ribs Bouquet
This is the one item on our list that can’t be ordered online but it was too good to not showcase.
Boston Market is offering “BAE-by” Back Ribs bouquet! Boston Market restaurants nationwide will sell these one-of-a-kind bouquets made of new Baby Back Ribs ONLY on Feb. 14 and while supplies last!
5. Bacon Bouquet
Who’d want a dozen long stem roses when instead you could give or get glazed bacon, with a country hand blend of molasses, brown sugar and black pepper, in bouquet form?!
Bacon Bouquets has more variety of bacon bouquets; head here for all the details.
6. Edible Arrangement
Edible Arrangements pioneered the concept of food bouquets, offering a bevvy of fresh fruit arrangements.
The arrangement above, one of many, pairs their signature Swizzle Berries® with red velvet cake berries. Each red velvet berry is dipped in semisweet chocolate and rolled in red velvet cake crumbles. Featuring a “I Love You” Belgian chocolate pop, this bouquet is one of the more healthier bouquets on our list.