Football Sunday Charcuterie Board

Happy Sunday! Today, my family came over for the Steelers football game so I decided to make a little charcuterie board which ended up being a big hit. This is the perfect appetizer to bring over to someones house whether you’re attending a little gathering or a holiday event. You can really make it any size depending on the amount of people attending. For this one, I used three cheeses, two meats, grapes, and two types of olives. I bought the board at Homegoods for less than $10 and the Rae Dunn cheese knives for $9.99. The knife came in a set of four so it was definitely priced reasonably!

Go Lers!


Dirt Easter Dessert


I always love making cute little desserts for Easter so when I came across this idea on Pinterest, I knew I had to tackle it for this year. It took me around an hour from start to finish and was pretty cheap to make! I was able to make roughly 20 cups with everything listed below. Enjoy!


2 Jell-O Instant Chocolate Puddings

2 Cool Whips (8 oz.)

Container of Strawberries

1 Bag of orange chocolate

2 Containers of Oreos

Plastic cups


1. Follow the directions on the Jell-O box

2. Put aside pudding and take apart the Oreo’s (scrape the inside part out)

3. Put cookies in a ziploc bag and crush until crumbs

4. Melt chocolate for 30 seconds and slowly dip strawberries

5. Once strawberries are cool, drizzle more chocolate to make the lines

6. Let the strawberries cool and then add everything to the cups (pudding, Oreos, strawberry)




Whole 30/Paleo Zoodles Citrus Shrimp Pasta Recipe



1.5 Tsp Grated Lime Zest

1.5 Grated Orange Zest

Quarter of Onion Chopped

2 Tbsp Fresh Parsley

2 Tsp Fresh Lime Juice

1.5 Tbsp Fresh Orange Juice

6 Tbsp Olive Oil

1/2 Tsp Fine Grain Sea Salt

1 Tsp Honey

1/2 lb Shrimp (Peeled & Deveined)

1 Container of Zoodles



  1. Create marinade: mix all ingredients together in bowl by slowly adding in olive oil
  2. Cover and put marinade in fridge until shrimp is thawed
  3. When shrimp is thawed, put them on skewers and brush on marinade
  4. Put zoodles on stove and start to cook
  5. Cook shrimp until pink/opaque
  6. When shrimp is about to be done add the marinade to the zoodles on stove
  7. Once the zoodles are done, add the shrimp into the mix
  8. Add some parsley on top and you’re ready to eat!