Your best friends have had their first child. You’ve already sent them a gift. But now, it’s time to go for a visit. The only problem is, that you don’t want to go empty-handed.
What should you do? The best solution is to bring food gifts for the new parents.
But you have another problem. What kind of food should you bring? You want to make sure that it’s tasty and nutritious, but you also want to make sure that it’s easy to prepare.
After all, the new parents are probably already sleep-deprived.
Here are 10 food gifts that you should bring for new parents:
There are lots of different kinds of food gifts that you can bring, but muffins are a good choice because they’re easy to take with you and they come in lots of different flavors.
Plus, there are tons of flavors to choose from.
Bagels are another easy-to-transport food gift. They’re also a good choice because they’re easy to eat on the go.
If you’re worried about the bagels getting stale, you can always freeze them and thaw them out when you’re ready to eat them.
3. Crockpot Meals
New parents are often short on time, so anything that they can throw in the crockpot and have ready to go is a huge help.
There are lots of different recipes available online, so you should be able to find something that the new parents will love.
4. Breakfast Casserole
Breakfast is often the most challenging meal of the day for new parents. A breakfast casserole can be a lifesaver.
It’s easy to make ahead of time and it can be easily reheated when the new parents are ready to eat.
5. Gift Basket
A gift basket is always a good choice. You can fill it with all sorts of different things, like muffins, bagels, fruit, and even some non-food items like new parent survival guides or books.
If you’re going to visit during the holiday season, you can always get some Hanakkuh gift baskets for everyone.
Quiche is another great breakfast option. It’s easy to make ahead of time and it can be eaten hot or cold. Plus, it’s a complete meal in one dish, so the new parents won’t have to worry about preparing anything else.
Lasagna is always a crowd-pleaser. Not only will the new parents love it, but so will any other visitors that might be dropping by.
Plus, it’s easy to reheat, so the new parents can have a hot meal even if they don’t have time to cook.
Nothing too fancy, just plain old soup is our eight picks. Why? Well, for a couple of reasons. Of course, it’s easy to make ahead of time and it can be easily reheated.
Plus, it’s a warm and comforting meal that is perfect for a cold winter day.
What makes chili such a good pick? It can be made ahead of time, it reheats well, and it’s filling.
Plus, it’s a great meal to have on hand for when the new parents are feeling a little run down.
Like lasagna, a casserole is always a good choice. You don’t have to waste a lot of time cooking it, it can be easily reheated, and it will feed a crowd.
Not to mention that there are tons of different recipes to choose from, so you’re sure to find one that the new parents will love.
These are just a few ideas for food gifts that you can bring for new parents. There are lots of other great options out there.
Just remember to choose something that is easy to prepare and that the new parents will love.