Operation Blessing Recipes
Faith/Christian Living, Foodie



Operation Blessing (OB) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, humanitarian organization dedicated to demonstrating God’s love by alleviating human need and suffering in the United States and around the world. OBI provides strategic relief on an ongoing basis through core programs such as disaster relief, medical aid, hunger relief, vulnerable children and orphan care, clean water and community development.

Along with our faithful supporters, we put a special emphasis on not only providing physical relief to those in immediate need, but also equipping them with new knowledge to create sustainable solutions to combat poverty. Operation Blessing and our partners are devoted to being God’s hands and feet in the world. We’re committed to listening to the needs of each community we serve, instead of telling them what we think they need, addressing the core issues behind poverty, rather than only treating the symptoms.

Presently Operation Blessing provides strategic relief in 39 countries around the world on an ongoing basis, alleviating human need and suffering in the US and around the world. 

Operation Blessing Recipes


As many of you may already know I love to cook and there isn’t a time when I’ve seen an interesting cook book while out shopping and didn’t throw it in my cart. I have countless cook books and when the opportunity presented itself for me to review the Operation Blessing Recipes From Around The World I jumped on the opportunity. I loved their mission statement and what the non-profit stands for as a company.

The book is a collection of recipes from different cultures from: Asia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Israel, Kenya, Mexico, Peru and the United States. The book provides recipes includes: soup, flatbread, cake, cold milk rice, fried plantains, hummus and african tea to name a few. This book is ideal for my family because we love to experience other cultures and their traditional dishes. The book is filled with recipes that will bring joy to its owner.

You can get your copy Today by giving a donation of any size here. The cookbook is offered as a gift for any dollar amount donation. It has a soft cover with a total of 34 international recipes ranging from breakfast, side & main dishes, breads & desserts and drinks. The recipes originated from 15 countries namely Honduras, Mexico, Peru, Kenya, Israel, Haiti, Guatemala, El Salvador, Japan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, China, and United States.

They are also offering four (4) recipe cards inspired by international recipes from Operation Blessing’s latest cookbook, “Recipes From Around the World.” Anyone can sign up to receive this free gift after which, requests will be processed and delivered straight to their mailbox. Claim your offer here  

Operation Blessing Recipes


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 I received a copy of “Operation Blessing Recipes” from FrontGate to conduct this review. All Opinions shared in this post are mine.