Disclosure: I was provided with free meals in exchange for my honest review of Dream Dinners. All opinions are my own.
Dream Dinners is an innovative concept in meal preparation that eliminates stress by taking away that nagging question of – what am I going to make for dinner tonight? It removes all menu planning, shopping, prep-work and clean-up by moving the meal assembly process out of people’s kitchens and into specially equipped stores.
When it’s time for their session, guests bring boxes or coolers with them to the Dream Dinners store, where our friendly and knowledgeable staff greet them and explain the process. At the store, guests rotate through refrigerated recipe stations, scooping prepped ingredients into the provided baking pans or gallon-sized, zip-top bags, which they label with the appropriate cooking instructions.
After assembling their dinners, guests take the uncooked dinners home and freeze them. Each week, three meals are taken from the freezer and placed in the refrigerator to be enjoyed during the upcoming week.
Our guests find that Dream Dinners enables them to provide their families with nutritious, wholesome, home-cooked dinners with less stress and more time to enjoy their families.
This is a great concept! Build community, share in the fun, and make food for your family. I love it.
Maria Long says
I went there before and yes it makes dinner so easy. It is a little far from where I live but gave me inspiration to do some freezer cooking.
Cynthia Landrie says
What a great concept. We are like your Mom and Dad, empty nesters – it can be hard to cook for two and yet I want to make sure we always have great meal on the table. I will have to look for one of these.
Jamie L. says
Sounds like a fun girls night out and the meals look delicious! I've been wanting to try them.
Erlene A says
Wow, I didn't even realize there was a DreamDinners near me! I may have to give this a try.
Jen B says
This sounds like fun and wonderful way to enjoy healthy meals at home without having to do a lot of work! I would love to try this!
C (Kid Things) says
I can definitely see how that would make dinners easier, and it's also a great way to try new meal ideas. I wish we had something like this closer.