I have this bold Duggar family conspiracy theory and maybe it comes from seeing countless unsupervised kitchen pictures on Instagram: Michelle Duggar doesn't cook anymore. We say "anymore" because even this family wouldn't be able to wrangle infants to make a spaghetti pie (well, actually…). But we definitely believe that once enough kids were able to reach the counter, they were put to work to create a Duggar family assembly line. And circa 2013, Michelle was barely doing any cooking at all.

Why 2013? Uh, because Michelle all but admits that the children are making all the meals in a 2013 blog post on "Meal Plans and Involving the Kids." "We usually have teams of three or four kids that'll work together on the cooking," she explains. "If you get more than that, there are really just too many cooks in the kitchen! There's a leader and then the rest of them follow the instructions of the leader. We label everything so that whoever is in there can find things and know where they belong when they're doing cleanup."

So uh, does Michelle just label food like "tater tots" and "mushroom soup" and have them figure the rest out? The long story short of it is that at this point it's probably Jana Duggar doing 75% of the cooking and the rest of the "little ones" forming an assembly line for the prep work. As Michelle will tell you, the little ones "love" to help out. Sure.

Well, scroll down for more context clues that Michelle Duggar has given up on cooking for her family.