Tried and True Easy Recipes for Meal Drop-Offs

Taking a break from the Christ-centered wife series, I wanted to share a few tried-and-true recipes that will make for great meal drop-off options because... it's new baby season! (These recipes are great even for kitchen newbies!)

When Grant and I first got married, I was reluctant in bringing meals over to families with new babies.

Because I was just starting to learn how to cook myself! I wasn't confident enough to bring a meal over to someone else. They might end up having to order pizza or something because I feared it would taste that bad. Haha!

But looking back, I think I'd missed out on lots of opportunities to bless others.

Providing a new family with a meal is not just about giving them yummy food, it's about the body of Christ serving each other in times of need, not out of obligation, but out of love for Christ our King.

If you're a kitchen newbie, you're probably eager to serve your brothers and sisters in Christ but you're still nervous about your cooking skills.

So. I thought I'd share a few recipes that I've tried myself.
These recipes are easy to follow and the food is delish! They've certainly got my husband's approval even if it's the first time I'm making them. So, here they are :)

Bruschetta Chicken Pasta Salad

Chicken Alfredo Baked Ziti

Lemony Spring Pasta Salad

One-Pot Creamy Sausage Pasta

Balsamic Roasted Veggies

Kielbasas and Potato Skillet Dinner

Hawaiian Roll Ham Sliders

Try them out and let me know how they turn out! :)