One of my absolute favorite ways to help when someone is in need is to bring them a meal.  Food can be so healing not only for the body but for the soul.  When the world feels like it is crashing down, the last thing anyone wants to

think about is making dinner.  From surgery to a

major illness to the blessing of a new baby, getting food on the table is just plain hard.  

When our lives caved in five years ago due to Justin’s ruptured appendix, I experienced the grace and generosity of our community.  Friends, family and mamas I did not even know (they had heard from others what had happened to us) began to bring us food.  Mostly homemade, some store bought and all delivered with such kindness that our lives were literally sustained by the love  of others. 

When my third little lady was born in 2016, we again were blessed with beautiful meals ranging from baked pasta to chicken enchiladas. One of my favorites was from a dear friend who brought over “breakfast for dinner!” What a delicious idea!  My kids especially loved it.

Meals have become my mission in bringing a little kindness to someone else in need.  It is something I can do, even with three little kiddos underneath my feet.  Over the years, I have tried to pay it forward because I know first hand what a difference a meal can make.  Partnered with an easy salad and some yummy chocolate chip cookies (those are our favorites!) it can make for a delicious dinner.  I usually double my recipes and feed my fam too. 

One of my favorite recipes that feeds a crowd is Taco Soup.  Please check out my version of this  yummy meal.

What are your favorite recipes to share? How do you take care of the people in your life? Can’t wait to hear from you!