Oreo Dirt Pudding




1/2 cup butter softened

1 8 ounce cream cheese

1/2 cup confectioners’ sugar

2 (3.5) packages instant vanilla pudding mix

3 1/2 cups milk

1 16 ounce cool whipped topping

4-5 tablespoons vanilla extract (Imitation Vanilla is ok as well)

1  package of Oreo cookies


Chop cookies very fine in a food processor, the white cream will disappear.  Mix the butter, cream cheese, and sugar in a bowl. In a large bowl mix milk, pudding, and whipped topping together. Layer in a trifle bowl starting with cookies and then cream mixture. Repeat with layers. Chill until ready to serve.

If desired add artificial gummy worms.


Tip: Oreo Dirt Pudding is better if made the night before.

Peanut Butter Toffee Dip

Happy Marvelous Monday!


I hope you all had a great weekend!  I can’t believe we are just 10 days away from Thanksgiving!  If you haven’t started planning your Thanksgiving menu you are behind.

Are you hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year? I want to help you be Hostess with the Mostess with my easy Peanut Butter Toffee Dip.  This easy dip will make the perfect fun festive appetizer for your guest and make you a wonderful Hostess.


Peanut Butter Toffee Dip

8 ounces cream cheese, softened

1 cup light brown sugar

½ cup creamy peanut butter

2 tablespoons vanilla extract

1 cup toffee bits




Place softened cream cheese in a medium bowl and whip with a hand-held mixer until smooth.  Add brown sugar, peanut butter, and vanilla. Beat until creamy and fold in toffee bits. Serve immediately with apples, Nilla Wafers, or celery for dipping.


toffee dip





Easy Party Punch

A party or celebration isn’t complete to me without a good punch! I have been a lover of a good punch since I was a little girl.  Apple Juice and Sprite was my first mix as a child.  I just love a nice refreshing beverage!

I had the pleasure of sharing my easy party punch recipe on ABC 33/40 for Halloween and I had a blast! I hope you guys enjoy my easy punch recipe!



1 gallon of Hawaiian Punch (any color)

1 2 liter of Ginger Ale

1 can 46 fl oz of Pineapple Juice

Mix all ingredients in a punch bowl or punch dispenser and add ice!


Tip: Add 1 of can pineapple chunks or 1 can of fruit cocktail for a twist. It is really cute to match your Hawaiian Punch with your event colors.






Corn Casserole

Happy Spectacular Sunday!!

I can’t believe the weekend is over already.

Have you started planning your Thanksgiving menu?  I have the perfect side dish for your menu this year.

I know it can get boring eating the same thing year after year for Thanksgiving so hopefully you will add this corn casserole to your menu.  It is so good and easy to make.  It is always a big hit with my family!



2 cans of whole corn (Drained)

1 can of cream corn

1 stick of butter (melted)

2 eggs

1 cup of sour cream

1 box Jiffy Mix

Optional: 1-2 tablespoons of sugar


Preheat oven to 350 F. Grease a 15×10 baking dish. Mix all ingredients together in large mixing bowl and pour into greased baking dish.  Bake for 45 minutes or until golden brown.


Tip: Casseroles are best if allowed to set for approximately 5 minutes after removing from the oven.


corn casserole

Fall Place Cards



I hope you all had a Marvelous Monday!  I wanted to share some cute place cards during my Blog Like Crazy Challenge this month.

Whether you are having a small dinner party or large celebration, It’s always a good idea to plan ahead with your menu and décor.  Choose a color palette first and build everything else from your color palette. I just love beautiful table escapes and the place cards add the final touch to your table.

Today I am sharing apple place cards.  Nothing says fall like apples.  I decided to show you two ideas of how you can add your guest name.

  1. Use a leaf template small or big. If you use a small template you can tie it around the apple stem. I used a big template and put it under the apple.
  2. On one leaf template I added a guest name.  On the other leaf template I added I am thankful for you because and left a space for you to write why you are thankful for that guest.

The key is to be festive but simple! Happy Fall Y’all!!





Easy Fall Centerpiece

Hello November!

Can you believe Thanksgiving is just 25 days away?  Are you having a Thanksgiving dinner?  I am going to help bring the domestic diva out in you with my simple entertaining ideas for the month of November.  I am sharing a simple DIY fall centerpiece today. Happy Fall Y’all!!


What you need:


1 large martini glass

1 bag of fall autumn mix candy

1 roll of ribbon or tulle




Pour the autumn mix candy in the large martini glass and tie your ribbon or tulle around the glass.  So cute and simple!


You can give the candy away at the end of your dinner as a favor or treat for your guest.