Welcome to Real Life Dinner!
Hi There! Welcome! I’m so excited you’re here.
I’m Maria, Creator, of Real Life Dinner, a family food blog full of practical, delicious recipes. If you would like to get to know me and my family a little better and hear our story, you can visit our about page.
My goal is to give you confidence in the kitchen and great recipes you can trust! I want to help you bring your family to the table with delicious, practical recipes they will RAVE about.
You won’t find any strange exotic ingredients in my recipes. I 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. 🙂 My super-power is definitely getting kids to eat things they didn’t think they liked!
I 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 my favorites because food is a big part of everything we celebrate as a family. With five kids I have lots of after school snack recipes and I occasionally share a little parenting advice, usually something I’ve learned the hard way.
I’m also kind of obsessed with soups. So if you love soups you are in the right place!
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:
- UPDATE: I actually don’t post these anymore, but I decided to leave them up in case anyone wants to dive in a little deeper to our crazy!
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.
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