Meal Train Ideas

Recipes To Bring To Others

Jen Schreiner

While no meal will ever take away the pain of loss, having meals to eat during the grieving process is a huge blessing.

Here are tried and true recipes that work to bring someone who is:

– Facing a medical emergency – Welcoming the birth of a newborn – In a battle against cancer​ – Walking through grief of any kind.

Shepherd's Pie Stuffed Bell Peppers


This twist on the classic shepherd’s pie recipe. Loaded with flavorful beef and veggies, then topped with creamy mashed potatoes, and then baked in multicolored peppers!.

Creamy Chicken & Wild Rice Soup


Chicken and Wild Rice Soup is made with carrots, corn, chicken, and jasmine rice in a creamy and flavorful broth.

Cheesy Cheddar Broccoli Bake


No cream soups are needed for this simple take on a classic recipe! You can use frozen broccoli florets instead of roasting fresh broccoli.

Fajita Style Easy Chicken And Rice Recipe


Yellow, red and green peppers, sliced onions and chicken breasts, mixed with some simple spices. Simple to customize and naturally gluten-free.

Fresh Spinach & Ricotta Stuffed Shells


With jumbo pasta shells, mozzarella cheese, ground beef, and delicious ricotta cheese. a good meatless option

Easy Cajun Sausage Jambalaya


It comes together easily in one pot, is gluten-free and dairy-free for a simple and healthier Cajun dinner recipe.

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