January is National Slow Cooking Month. Using a Crock Pot, or slow cooker, is a great way to save time and make a delicious meal. Just set it up in the morning and you’ll have a delicious-smelling, hot dinner waiting for you when you get home – perfect for busy weeknights!
Both the Old Fashioned Pot Roast with Baby Bakers or the Honey Chipotle Pork Roast with Almond Green Beans from our December menu are great meals to make in a slow cooker. Plus both come with a side, so you’ll have a complete dinner with no extra prep work.
Some of our Dream Dinners are perfect for those nights when it is just to hot to cook. Here is a great way to serve Penne with Chicken and Peanut Sauce for lunch or dinner on a hot summer night. Watch Stephanie show you how in this video…
On-the-go-moms need on-the-go meals. Watch this video!
You may know how it feels… the school-sport-music-church midweek shuffle between activities that leaves a home-cooked meal by the wayside. Many folks may pick it up at a drive-thru, roadside. But remember that Dream Dinners was started when two soccer moms faced that same problem. They were time starved and struggling to get a healthy home-made dinner on the table on those busy nights.
Sun. Fun. Take. Bake. Or toast over a campfire. Whether you head to the lake, the beach, or the wilderness, wherever your plans take you this year, there is one sandwich that needs to ride shotgun. Why? Because it’s perfect! Perfect for breakfast. Perfect for brunch. Perfect for lunch or dinner. And, because there is nothing else like it on the planet in terms of ingredients, you look like a rockstar compared to those chain sandwich shops.
You can bake this in an oven, or on the grill, which is something that we don’t often talk about-but its true. The flavor is fantastic. We’re talking about the
A lot of Dream Dinners use tortillas. Some of us put them in the oven but we are not always sure how long it will take and putting them in the microwave is where they can get chewy and rubbery. We are going to show you a really easy way to toast them!
You know how you pour out the seasonings from the quart size bags and sometimes, a bit of it sticks to the sides? Co-founder Stephanie Allen is brilliant at providing the simplest little tip that gives you the biggest bang of flavor.
Sometimes it is hard to get all of the sauce out of your sealed bag. Especially if the sauce is less fluid. Here is a great way to get all of the sauce out.
Ever wanted to serve your Dream Dinners pan meal in something prettier than the foil pan you made it in? It can be easy to do if you follow these steps.
- Spray your rectangular baking pan
- Peel the foil pan away from the frozen dinner.
- Insert the dinner right into your baking dish.
- Bake as directed.
- Serve beautifully!