Welcome to Real Life Dinner!
Hi There! Welcome! We are so excited you’re here.
We’re Maria, Sim, Conner, Thatcher, Charlotte and Trever, publishers of Real Life Dinner, a family food blog full of practical, delicious recipes. If you would like to get to know us a little better and hear our story, you can visit our about page.
Our Goal is to help you bring your family to the table for dinner with delicious, practical recipes they will RAVE about.
You won’t find any strange exotic ingredients in our recipes. We specialize in taking traditional recipes and finding ways to make them in less time and also a little healthier…I just love to sneak vegetables into things. 🙂
We have tons of useful resources for you, from easy slow cooker meals, casseroles, skillet and one pot meals to easy desserts you can throw together in minutes. Holiday Recipes are some of our favorites because food is a big part of how we celebrate. With four kids we have lots of after school snack recipes and occasionally share a little parenting advice, usually something we learned the hard way.
And soups, I’m kind of obsessed with soups.
If you want to feel like your crazy life is more normal then you think, check out our Thursday Night posts under Family on the Menu Bar. You should probably start with these two posts:
Our Son Thatcher has Apraxia and we have a dedicated area on the blog where we share our experiences and breakthroughs with this disorder that rocked our world four years ago.
One more thing:
I’ve had great success losing my baby weight all four times with an eating plan I refer to as The Fiber Diet. I get asked about it all the time so I’m in the process of writing it up as an e-book. You can find some of the recipes included in it under High Fiber Recipes. The ebook should be ready to launch in late December or Early January.
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Food is so Delicious! I’m glad you are here to enjoy it with us! Thank you for supporting Real Life Dinner
Maria and the Fam
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