Thursday, July 9, 2015

How Dream Dinners Work

As promised (when I first told you about Utah Dream Dinners), I am here to tell you more about them.

But first I want to tell you how much I have been loving this experiment with Utah Dream Dinners. My family is already sitting down to dinner at a regular time and we are sitting down together! That is huge! I love that it doesn't take long to make dinner, especially during this busy summer. I love that my kids are trying new foods that I wouldn't normally think about introducing to them so we are eating a bigger variety of flavors and foods. Two thumbs up to Dream Dinners!

Okay, so here is how it works. First you go to the Utah Dream Dinners website to order the meals you want and scheduled a time to go assemble the meals.

When I got to the Dream Dinners kitchen the first thing I noticed is how clean everything is. There is a place for you to keep your purse and belongings, a clean apron waiting for you and of course a hand washing station.

The kitchen is set up in small stations with everything you need to assemble your meals. The recipes are clear and easy to read. The Dream Dinners crew is there to help you with anything you need and they are also quick to clean up behind you so each station is always clean and ready for the next cook.

Some of the ingredients are frozen like the meat or pasta but it is still great, fresh, quality food. Last time I was assembling my meals I was zesting an orange and a lime. I can't remember the last time I did that.

Once each meal is finished and ready to go you can place it in your designated refrigerator until you are ready to leave. Assembling meals is so fast! You can hurry in and hurry out or take your time and have fun with it.

There are so many different kinds of meals to choose from, my girls went nuts for the Canadian Bacon Stuffed French Bread and the Fircracker Beef Sliders. I put the sauce on the side so they could dip their sliders in it (they are really into dip these days).

Cooking for a family of five with three young children can be hard but I haven't felt that way with Dream Dinners. I really have started to enjoy cooking again! The only meals I have to think about are breakfast and lunch. How easy is that? That means I am only grocery shopping for breakfast, lunch and produce.

Don't forget you can try Utah Dream Dinners Introductory offer for only $25 and learn how to take away dinner time stress.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.


  1. This is right up my alley! Is there one in NSL?

  2. I want to do this.


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