An easy way to help the family of the deceased is helping take care of some of the food for after the funeral. Whether you are making a recipe for a group after a memorial service or funeral, or bringing food to the family during their time of grief, these recipes will be great options for you.
You can’t go wrong with cheese and potatoes, especially in Wisconsin. This cheesy hashbrown potato casserole recipe is easy and tasty.
Image and recipe from Six Sisters’ Stuff
Fruit Salad for a Crowd
This time of year, fruit is in abundance. This colorful and tasty fruit salad recipe is sure to be a fan favorite.
Image and recipe from A Southern Soul
Another great option is to make either a favorite recipe of the deceased or one of their family members. Whether it’s a cinnamon-y coffee cake or a classic honey baked ham, use your knowledge of the family to make them something that reminds them of better times.
Comfort Food for the Soul
Hot dishes and casseroles are always a good option for good comfort food. Try any of these appetizing recipes:
Chicken & Green Bean Casserole from Lil Luna
Pumpkin French Toast Casserole from Little Spice Jar
Cowboy Casserole from The Cutting Edge of Ordinary
Whatever recipes you decide to choose, you will be able to help the family of the deceased in some small way. If you have any family favorites that you would like to share with others, share in the comment section below!